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TUESDAY, MAY 17
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Southern Glazer’s Hit with Wine Sales Consultant Class Action Employment Lawsuit
A federal employment lawsuit that seeks class action status was filed May 5, 2022 against Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits. The lawsuit against the distributor’s primary LLC and its Texas operation was filed in Federal District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division…
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Predicting Palates: Can Artificial Intelligence Improve Wine Buying?
If you’ve ever felt intimidated when choosing a bottle of wine, you’re not alone. Today, a growing group of companies aim to demystify the wine experience through artificial intelligence (AI), tools that analyze the chemical compounds in any given bottle of wine…
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TODAY’S NEWS
 
May Hail Hits Parts of Napa Valley, Most Vineyards Avoid Damage
Since budbreak and flowering typically occurs in Napa’s vineyards in April and May, it is natural that there was concern among vintners when hail struck parts of Napa Valley last week…
U.S. Wine Exports Show Significant Gains in 2021 Despite Challenges
U.S. wine exports grew by 10.6% in value last year, resulting in $1.44 billion in total revenue according to data announced by Wine Institute. California wine represents 95% of all exported wine…
Washington Wine Industry Launches Sustainable WA Certification Program
Wine Lover’s Guide to the Inaugural Healdsburg Wine & Food Experience
Sangiacomo ‘Superhero’ Wins Vineyard Employee of the Year
The Legacy Cellar Foundation Raises Over $3 Million for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital’s 60th Anniversary Including
Delille Cellars Celebrates 30 Years of Winemaking in Washington State
Penn State Extension Grape and Wine Team to Hold Workshop at Central Pennsylvania Winery
Vintage Wine Estates Reports Revenue Growth of 68% to $78.9 Million in Third Quarter Fiscal 2022 and Raises Full Year Fiscal 2022 Revenue Expectations
Successful Restart of Prowein 2022
Drought Already a Challenge for This Year’s French Wine Harvest
Adapting Vineyards to a Changing Climate: Torres Look to the Future
Bordeaux’s Most Wanted Wines
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BLOGS
 
Wine & Stagflation: What Will Happen When Wine Prices Rise?
Structuring Your Wine Club to Reduce Member Attrition
When Does a Wine Qualify for Napa?
Looking for Context, Insight and Knowledge Among Wine Influencers
Insights from Drizly’s Top 5 Rosé Wines
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WINEINDUSTRY.JOBS
 
Harvest Transportation Scheduler
G3 Enterprises – Healdsburg, CA, USA
Harvest Intern
Domaine Serene Vineyards and Winery – Dayton, OR, USA
Cellar Assistant
Chacewater, Inc. – Lake County, CA, USA
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PEOPLE
 
‘Organic Viticulture and a Sustainable Future’: 5 Questions with Ludovic du Plessis
Plata Wine Partners Expansion Continues with Addition of Two New Hires
Winegrowers Lifetime Achievement Awards to Be Presented
RGNY Announces New Head Winemaker
“Regret Nothing”: One Farmer’s Journey to Wine Making
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SUPPLIER NEWS
 
Behind the Bottle: Label Refresh for Quintessential Wines’ Brand – Two Angels
How Rapidly Rising Shipping Costs and Delays Are Complicating Wine Imports
The World’s Leading Wine Business Fair Arrives in the United States
Done with Bloom? Time to Fertilize
More Supplier News
Wine Industry Network
 
VINEYARD & WINERY
 
A Zinfandel Worth $400?
Frank Family Vineyards Cooks Up Father’s Day Fun with Two Incredible Culinary Forces Teaming Up to Create the Ultimate Live Fire BBQ Experience
JaM Cellars Announces Sixth Year Presenting Sponsorship of BottleRock Napa Valley
Anaba Wines Introduces New Tasting Experience “Pinot, Pizza and Bocce”
Viña Concha y Toro Increases Sales and Profits in First Quarter Despite Challenging Global Scenario
World Bulk Wine Exhibition
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