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TUESDAY, MARCH 15
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Grape Growers and Winemakers Try to Decide Who Bears the Cost of Smoke Damage
Since the West Coast of the U.S. has experienced numerous wildfire events in recent years, growers and wineries are trying to answer a critical question: Who should bear the financial cost of smoke impacted grapes?…
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Hudson Valley Wine Project Aims to Help Whole US Wine Industry
One thing that almost everyone seems to agree will be instrumental for a healthier future for wine is an expansion of the varieties of grapes so many are used to cultivating and drinking. | WIA Featured Article by Kathleen Willcox
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Sonoma Growers Face a Changeable Future
Grapegrowers in the Russian River Valley learned last week that they are likely to have their water rights curtailed by the state as soon as next month…
How Oregon Wine Can Survive Climate Change
Pinot noir makes up 70% of the vineyards in the valley and adaptations could help growers continue to grow it, but not everywhere and not forever…
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Travel + Leisure Launches New Wine Experience
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Successful Return for Loire Organic Wine Fairs
New Zealand Working Visas Come Too Late for This Year’s Harvest
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Inspiring Women in Wine to Know Now
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5 Insights from Drizly’s February 2022 Sales
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Artisan Wine & Spirits – Mountain View, CA, USA
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Recruiting Associates Network – California, USA
Technical Sales Representative
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World Bulk Wine Exhibition
 
PEOPLE
 
Embracing Technology in the Alco-Bev Industry with Southern Glazer’s, Nathan Mansperger
Meet the Women Spearheading the Effort to Restore the Court of Master Sommeliers’ Reputation
Interview with Vice Wines Vineyard Founder Malek Amrani
10 Questions: Wine Industry Veteran Remains Passionate About Wine, Food, Arts
FIVS Announces Charles Jefferson and Ignacio Sánchez Recarte as New Interim Co-Presidents
Gusmer Enterprises
 
SUPPLIER NEWS
 
How Satellite Imagery Is Helping to Transform Soil Carbon Monitoring for Growers
Duarte Nursery’s 24th Annual Friends Day
Ciatti Global Market Report, March 2022
SolarCraft Completes Third Solar Power Install at Sonoma Academy
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VINEYARD & WINERY
 
Fresh Vine Wine Introduces New Vintage of Its Highly Popular “Better For You” Rosé Wine
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