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Afternoon Brief, August 3rd

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40 Million Bottle Catalan Wine Scam Goes to Court
Six individuals involved with Catalan producer Grupo Reserva de la Tierra are accused of making upwards of €14 million a year from distributing falsely-labelled bottles from 2019 to 2021…
M. A. Silva USA
Op Ed: Have Alternative Style Wines Become Tiresome?
“Today’s cutting-edge wines are more terroir-expressive than the usual commercial styles. What I don’t get, though, is how formulaic it’s all become.” | WIA Featured Article by Randy Caparoso
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Larson Family Winery Is Back in the Saddle Again
The historic Sonoma winery will be reopening their doors to the public beginning Thursday, August 4th, just five months after a devastating structure fire destroyed the barn-turned-tasting room, plus decades worth of family, winery, and Sonoma Rodeo memorabilia…
Washington Wine Shipments Decline in 2Q 2022 Versus Strong Comparison
Washington State wine producers shipped 2.9 million cases of packaged wines in the second quarter of 2022, a decline of 9% versus a strong comparison last year…
California Wineries Offer Outdoor Activities for the Body, Mind and Palate
Festival Napa Valley Wraps Record-Setting Season and Raises $3.9 Million at Arts for All Gala
Fourth Annual International Canned Wine Competition Turns Aluminum to Gold
41st Annual Sun Valley Wine Auction Raises Over $1 Million
Hybrid and Indigenous Grapes: The Future of American Wine?
The Donum Estate Achieves Organic Certification of All Estate Vineyards: Carneros, Ferguson, Russian River Valley, and Bodega
Champagne Charlie Back in the Game
Private Label Sales Outperform Branded Booze in Latest Supermarket Figures
Drought Takes Toll on Tuscany’s Famed Olive Oil and Wine Production
The First Chilean Wine Producer to Score 100 Points Releases Over Decade Old Back Vintage
Prowine Shanghai Returns in November 2022
DTC Mid-Year Update: Q2 Report Available Now from WineDirect and Enolytics
Where on Earth Can I Get Some Texas Wine Made from Italian Grape Varieties?
Consider Your Words
The Chilled Reds of Summer
Wine Drinking Occasions Are Shifting in Belgium
Enartis USA
DTC Sales Manager
Dry Creek Vineyard – Healdsburg, CA, USA
Viticulture Intern/Technician
Advanced Viticulture Consulting, Inc. – Windsor, CA, USA
Technical Instructor of Viticulture and Enology
Western Colorado Community College – Grand Junction, CO, USA
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LibDib Names Don Farnworth Vice President of Business Intelligence
The Female Finesse Behind De Toren’s Fine Wines
Really Good Boxed Wine Announces Amy Troutmiller as COO
Tim Rowe Named Vineyard Manager at Domaine Carneros
Interview, Part 2: Giancarlo Bianchetti, CEO, Bonterra Organic Estates
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Beyond Cork Taint, Diam Enables Winemakers to Master How Oxygen Permeability and Time Interacts with Their Wine
Top 4 Tricks for Your Wine Brand to Win Over the TikTok Generation
Save Almost 50% on a New Solectrac E25 Electric Tractor with California Core Vouchers!
Now Is the Time for Better Images for Your Winery
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Allegro Cellars Brings New Energy to Wine for Hispanic Consumers Through the Allegro Block Party Featuring Multi-Talented Star, Leli Hernandez
Share a Splash Wine Co. Partners with Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic
Olé & Obrigado Announces Achievement of Carbon Neutral Status
Fresh Vine Wine Limited Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon Receives a 92 Rating from James Suckling
Charles Lachaux Signs Exclusive Direct to Consumer Distribution Deal with Blockchain-Based Membership Wine Community Crurated


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