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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17
TRENDING STORY
 
Plans to Rebuild After Wildfire Damages Rare Vines in Crete
Growers in Crete who saw old, pre-phylloxera vines severely damaged by wildfire are determined to rebuild and have been offered support from an international winemaker group created to champion ungrafted vines…
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TODAY’S NEWS
 
Why One Ordinary Vineyard May Threaten the Future of Napa’s Wine Industry
By Napa Valley standards, Green Island Vineyard is an ordinary, under-the-radar plot for grape-growing. But the land in south Napa County is suddenly at the center of a heated political debate, with some worried that its fate could jeopardize the future of Napa’s wine industry…
New Smoke Sensor Stations Installed in California Vineyards
A network of wildfire smoke sensor/air quality monitoring stations is now operational in Northern California vineyards after recent installations by researchers funded from a multi-year $7.65 million U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Specialty Crop Research Initiative (SCRI) grant…
Sonoma County Wine Auction Set for Sept. 15-17, Other Events
The event benefits local charities focused on literacy, education, health, the environment and the arts…
Alexander Valley Winegrowers Introduces Access Alexander Valley
Farm Credit, Small Wineries Team for Tasting
‘Basically What Drives the Economy Right Now’: Nature-Based Work Plays Big Role in Santa Cruz County
Rotary Club Announces Winners of Winemakers’ Cookoff
LearnAboutWine.com Presents Hollywood Hills Wine Dinner with Gastronaut Bob Blumer
The Most Expensive Napa Wines in the World
Impact Databank: U.S. Table Wine Market Remains Sluggish, but Above $15 Brands Thrive
Accolade Wines to Divest Nannup Winery to Fogarty Wine Group
Climate Change Could Make UK Leading Red Wine Producer
‘A Celebration of Australian Viticulture’
Chilean Winery Discovers Ancient ‘Dinosaur’ Variety
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BLOGS
 
Time for Netting, Betting and Fretting
The VinePair Podcast: Can We Learn Anything from Haus’s Collapse?
Anatomy of the Provence Pink Wine Tide
Siduri Pinot Noir: A Taste of Oregon and California
The Rise of the Non-Alcoholic Pairing Menu
Enartis USA
 
WINEINDUSTRY.JOBS
 
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Mobile Wine Bottling Technician
The Bottle Meister – Paso Robles, CA, USA
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Wine Industry Sales Symposium
 
PEOPLE
 
Appellation St. Helena 2022 Scholarship Awarded to Kaylee Moura
Wine Expert and Importer Sandra Guibord Launches First Book and Begins Northeast Book Tour
Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits Announces Retirement of Steve Harden, Executive Vice President and General Manager, California
Wine to 5: Hermione Ireland, Wine Book Publisher
An Hour with Philip White
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SUPPLIER NEWS
 
Top 5 Considerations When Choosing a Wine Fulfillment Solution
WineGlass Marketing Honored for Best Food & Drink Website in the 26th Annual Webby Awards
MICO Tequila Graduates from LibDib to RNDC for Spirits Distribution
Why Tastry’s Innovations Matter in Today’s Winemaking
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VINEYARD & WINERY
 
The Prisoner Wine Company Introduces Blindfold
Scout & Cellar Partners with Miller Family Wine Company for Nationwide Retail Debut of Scout Wild™
New Summer Refreshment Is “One in a Melon”: Introducing Watermelon Moscato
Viña Concha y Toro’s First-Half Profit Increased 8.3%
‘Ultra-Rare’ Olivier Bernstein Jeroboam Sells for £57,000
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