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Afternoon Brief, August 15th

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Smoke Threatens to Choke Bordeaux
Earlier this summer on July 12, Bordeaux faced down its first fire which went on to consume over 14,000 hectares in 12 days. Fast-forward a month and Bordeaux is back battling another blaze raging through Landes forest that has been described by various media outlets as monstrous…
M. A. Silva USA
Where DTC Sales Are Slowing to a Trickle, Where They’re Surging—and Why
Two key reports on direct-to-consumer (DTC) wines sales have been released, and their findings make for fascinating — if, at times, alarming — reading. | WIA Featured Article by Kathleen Willcox
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USDA Forecasts 3.5 Million-Ton California Crush
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Pacific Region Crop Production report issued Friday estimates California will crush about 3.5 million tons of wine grapes in 2022 – the third short California crop in three years…
Panel Marks Progress in Wine Country Farmworker Safety Discussion
When Anayeli Guzman, an Indigenous farmworker from Sonoma County, began organizing with the labor group North Bay Jobs with Justice in support of five farmworker safety and wage demands, she said her hope for significant change wasn’t high…
Washington Wine Grape Harvest Forecast for 28% Increase in 2022
SVVGA’s Harvest Kickoff Bell Ringing Ceremony, Aug. 17 at the Mission
Fresno State’s Grape Day Event Showcases Future of Vineyard, Winery Practices
Carneros Resort and Spa Launches New Sustainable Programming in Time for Napa Valley’s Famous Harvest Season
Alameda County Board of Supervisors Vote to Place Amendments to Measure D on Ballot
Finger Lakes Winemaker Pushed by ‘Challenge of Staying Fresh While Also Staying True to Why You Started’
Fight Against Menacing Spotted Lantern Flies in N.Y. to Get Extra $22 Million, Schumer Says
Famous Super Tuscan Wine Producer Brings Tuscany to New York City While Displaying Age-Worthy Quality Through Verticals
Is Styria About to Have a Breakout Moment in the U.S.?
French Wine Production Set to Recover from Disastrous 2021
Chilean Whites Bring Coastal Chill
It Is Time to Act, Even While We Wait for Climate Change to Be Addressed
Wine Writers’ Symposium: Taking Risks, Earning a Living and Expanding the Table
A Toast! To Washington Wine
No, Wine Writers Are Not Still Needed
Interest in Wine Grows in Japan
Enartis USA
Maintenance Technician
Agrology – Napa, CA, USA
DTC Sales Manager
Dry Creek Vineyard – Healdsburg, CA, USA
Viticulture Intern/Technician
Advanced Viticulture Consulting, Inc. – Windsor, CA, USA
More Wine Industry Jobs
Wine Industry Sales Symposium
California Winemaker Is Right at Home ‘Creating Products That Can Bring People Together’
Sebastopol Vintner at the Helm to Ensure Survival of Small Wineries Amid Consolidation
Cheers to Tony Wolf: The Wine Grape Expert Officially Retires
Healdsburg-Based Truett-Hurst, Inc. Names New Leader
Cakebread Cellars Appoints New Vice President of Culture and Talent Development, Gina Charbonneau
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World’s Oldest Glass Maker Riedel Braces for Shutdowns as Gas Crisis Deepens
To Irrigate or Not to Irrigate? 3 Tips and Signals to Help You Decide
Efficient Way to Communicate Harvest Data
On the Spot: Set Your Packaging for Success
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Sauvage Spectrum Winery Announces the Grand Opening of the Ouray Wine Lounge & Tasting Room August, 20th
Napa Valley’s Crimson Wine Group Reports Q2 Sales Increase
A Six-Bottle Masterclass to Albariño (Alvarinho)
Nederburg’s Private Bin R163 2018, Top SA Cabernet Sauvignon at International Show
How Donnafugata’s Focus on Craftsmanship Brings the Best Out of Sicilian Terroir
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