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FRIDAY, MAY 20
TRENDING STORY
 
Hundreds of Sonoma Farmworkers May Have Been Exposed to Toxic Smoke During 2020 Wildfires
Amid a contentious debate over farmworker safety protocols in fire-prone Sonoma County, a new report says that hundreds of wine industry laborers were sent to work in close proximity to a pair of huge 2020 wildfires, leaving them potentially exposed to both flames and toxic smoke…
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TODAY’S NEWS
 
Halter Ranch Announces Acquisition of Hart Winery
The sale includes its 8-acre vineyard, winery, and tasting room located in the Temecula Valley Wine Country AVA…
Complicated Logistics and Buyers’ Hesitation
At the first ProWein trade fair in three years, the wine industry was experiencing – like every other industry – inflationary costs, a global supply chain crisis and a shortage of dry goods…
Planning Commission Works on New Rules for Sonoma County Winery Events
The Sonoma County Planning Commission on Thursday made some progress to finish new rules to regulate winery events that have triggered disputes between neighborhood activists and the wine industry over past years…
Alexander Valley Winegrowers Announces All Tickets Now on Sale for Eat Drink Experience Alexander Valley, an Adventure in Food & Wine
Return of Tasting-Room Visitors Buoys Vintage Wine Estates Q3 Revenue
Hybrid Wine Finds Its Format
Sonoma County Wine Library a Haven for History Buffs
The IWSC Announces New Green Wine Initiative Accolade
Focusing on Equity, Inclusion and Empowerment, Jane Anson Announces the Names of the Seven Scholars Who Will Attend the First Bordeaux Mentor Week Taking Place from 26th – 30th September 2022
How Médoc Wines Intend to Re-Engage with Consumers
Challenging Times for ProWein
Now Wine Could Go Up a Pound a Bottle Amid Cost-of-Living Crisis: Industry Pleads with Ministers to Loosen Proposed Rules Linking Duty on Alcoholic Drinks to Strength
Growers May Dump More Grapes Next Season as Wine Glut Grim Forecast Continues
The Toast of the Hunter
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WINEINDUSTRY.JOBS
 
Sales Administrator
Turrentine Brokerage – Novato, CA, USA
Outside Sales/Regional Account Manager
Vintage 99 Label – Napa, CA, USA
Harvest Transportation Scheduler
G3 Enterprises – Healdsburg, CA, USA
More Wine Industry Jobs
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FEATURED EVENT
 
Packaging Is Your Most Crucial Conversation with Your Future Buyers
The battle to get the consumer to pick up a bottle is monumental… It’s your first handshake with the consumer. Many marketing people tell me that if a consumer picks up your bottle, they are 80% sold.” Join the conversation at packXplore: The Intersection of Engagement, Innovation, Design, & Sustainability in Wine Packaging, which takes place in-person May 25 in Santa Rosa, CA…
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INDUSTRY EVENTS
 
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May 25 – Sonoma County, CA
WIN Webinar: Third Party Logistics: The Road Ahead
June 2 – Webinar
Fermentis Academy 2022 for Winemakers: Choose the Right Yeast and Fermentation Parameters for Your Whites and Roses
June 3 – Webinar
New York International Wine Competition
June 4 – Virtual
Paso Robles Wine Country Auction – Virtual
June 20 – Webinar
World Bulk Wine Exhibition
 
TOP STORIES OF THE WEEK
 
Southern Glazer’s Hit with Wine Sales Consultant Class Action Employment Lawsuit
Beyond the (Standard) Bottle: Wineries Are Embracing Greener Packaging
Wine ‘Vintage’ Means Nothing to Millennials. Can This Winemaker’s Unorthodox Plan Win Them Over?
Op Ed: Criticism of Organic or Sustainable Winegrowing Programs Adds to Consumer Confusion
Vine Removal Technique Foils Devastating Grape Disease
California North Coast Wine Grape Season Off to Wild-Weather Start Amid Frost, Water Concerns
2022 Sonoma County Wine Auction Announces Vintner and Chef Honorees
May Hail Hits Parts of Napa Valley, Most Vineyards Avoid Damage
Sonoma’s Battle for the Vineyard Workers
A Zinfandel Worth $400?
Wine Lover’s Guide to the Inaugural Healdsburg Wine & Food Experience
Predicting Palates: Can Artificial Intelligence Improve Wine Buying?
This Winemaker Is Turning to a Crop That Has Yet to Take Off in California—And Can Go for $1,000 a Pound
Winery Buys 73-Acre Sacramento Delta Vineyard as North Coast Vintners Seek Lower-Cost Grapes
Murphy-Goode Winery Announces They’re Offering Not One, But Two Dream Jobs!
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