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Afternoon Brief, May 13th

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FRIDAY, MAY 13
TRENDING STORY
 
California North Coast Wine Grape Season Off to Wild-Weather Start Amid Frost, Water Concerns
This year’s North Coast wine grape crop got off to an encouraging start, but unusual weather swings at a critical time in vine development, the prospects of a third year of drought and lingering uncertainty about wine demand are causes for concern among some market watchers…
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TODAY’S NEWS
 
Ukrainian Cyberwarfare Targets Russian Wine Market
While Russian and Ukrainian troops bombard each other with heavy artillery, Kiev’s IT specialists are quietly using their computer skills to undermine Russian daily life…
After Fire, New Larson Family Winery Retains Historic Feel
Workers are continuing to demolish the tasting room at Larson Family Winery that was destroyed by an electrical fire on March 2, but plans for a new structure already are being discussed…
Restrictions Expected as Early as June for Russian River Water Users as Drought Spurs New Regulatory Approach
State water regulators could begin suspending water rights in the Russian River watershed as early as next month as the drought extends into a third summer, intensifying water conservation needs in the region…
Sommeliers Share Insight on Transforming the Restaurant Industry from Racial Awareness to Antiracism
Napa Valley’s Demeine Estates Rapidly Assembling a Formidable Fine Wine Portfolio
Taste Natural Wines from Women Winemakers at WINeFare: June 4, San Francisco
Sleek Yet Down to Earth: Titus Vineyards of St. Helena
Hancock College’s Doug Braun Retires After 30 Years with Viticulture Program
Here Are the Changes Utah’s Alcohol Regulators Want to Make
Edmond de Rothschild Heritage Purchases Central Otago Winery Akarua
Chandon Brings a Sparkle to Wines from the South of France
ProWein 2022: More for Less
As Brands Hun and Babe Struggle, Is There a Future for Canned Wine in the UK?
New Start for the Ahr
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WINEINDUSTRY.JOBS
 
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Chacewater, Inc. – Grass Valley, CA, USA
Cellar/Assistant Winemaker
Albatross Ridge – Marina, CA, USA
Harvest Intern
Domaine Serene Vineyards and Winery – Dayton, OR, USA
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FEATURED EVENT
 
Packaging Is Your Most Crucial Conversation with Your Future Buyers
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INDUSTRY EVENTS
 
Future Drinks Expo – Tradeshow and Conference
May 17 – San Francisco, CA
WIN Webinar: Life After QuickBooks: DTC Integration, Data Protection and Improved Customer Service
May 19 – Webinar
Fermentis Academy 2022 for Winemakers: Simplify the Use of Yeast with Direct Pitching E2U™ Yeast
May 20 – Webinar
packXplore
May 25 – Sonoma County, CA
New York International Wine Competition
June 4 – Virtual
Gusmer Enterprises
 
TOP STORIES OF THE WEEK
 
The Whole Package: Wine Needs to Create Memories with Each Delivery
Casella in Huge Vineyard Sell-Off
Rise of California North Coast UltraPremium Boxed Wine
Kendall-Jackson Hosts Largest Kentucky Derby Party on West Coast
This French-Inspired Tasting Room Is the First in California to Focus on Aperitifs
California Researchers Say There’s a Better Way to Detect Wine ‘Smoke Taint’ from Wildfires
Wine Buyers Return for Sonoma County Barrel Auction
Supplies of Transparent Bottles for White and Rosé Wines Turn into a “Nightmare”
Winemakers Lose Battle Against Rail Line
Napa’s Famous Caymus Just Opened a Mega Tasting Room in the Last Place You’d Expect
Wine and Inflation: Will the Rising Tide Lift Wine’s Boat?
How Family-Owned Wineries Became a Source of Innovation for the Industry
Pure Lies: Winemaker Adam Lee Puts a ‘Clean Wine’ to the Test
Napa Supervisor Hopefuls Sound Off on Winery, Vineyard Growth
We Talked to Tiktok’s Biggest Wine Star, Who Is Also a Napa Valley Wine Proprietor
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