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Afternoon Brief, November 18th

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Flooding in South-East Australia Set to Hit Wine Production
Wine producers in south-east Australia have been taking stock of flood damage and some fear significantly reduced yields, although the total proportion of vineyards affected remains unclear…
M. A. Silva USA
2022 WINnovation Award: Simple Labs’ COGNI—Monitoring Barrel Aging from Outside the Vessel
“The idea for COGNI hit me one night,” says Mike Slone, founder of Simple Labs, Inc. “I realized there was no technology for barrel aging; it was just putting the wine in the barrel and hoping for the best. I realized my user-experience (UX) design capabilities from developing mobile apps could apply to winemaking…”
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M. A. Silva USA
Napa Stopped a ‘Theme Park-Size’ Winery from Being Built. Here’s What It Means for the Region’s Future
Napa Valley’s most contentious political battleground — winery and vineyard development — has potentially reached a significant turning point following a series of key victories for proponents of limited expansion, leaving continued growth of Napa’s prized wine region uncertain…
Think Wine Tasting Fees Are Excessive? Try Going to a Warriors Game
Many have complained lately, in various local and national publications, about how expensive Napa Valley tastings rooms have become…
What Is the Future of Alternative Wine Packaging?
2023 Walla Walla Wine on Tour Tasting Events Announced for Seattle, Portland & Boise
Schrader Cellars Named Wine Spectator’s #1 Wine of the Year
Markham Vineyards Reopens Historic Tasting Room After Extensive Renovations
Winery Donates Over $20,000 as Part of ‘Buck a Bottle’ Initiative
New Jersey Wine Growers Navigate Ramp-Up as Industry Continues its Emergence
Corksy Acquires Vinebase
This Is What the Wine Trade Really Needs to Worry About
Chianti Launches 11 New Sub Zones. US Importers Are Yet to Be Convinced
Ciatti Report: Impacts from Australia
After the Deluge: The Ahr Revival
North Coast Wine Industry Expo Exhibitors Guide
The North Coast Wine Industry Expo (WIN Expo) trade show floor hosts nearly 300 exhibitors in two buildings plus exterior exhibits. To help you find what’s relevant and interesting to you the Wine Industry Advisor has put together an Exhibitors Guide…
Mira Commerce Keeps the Human in the Digital Experience
Closures and Tools for Better Oxygen Management
Transform Your Alcohol Habit
A Unique Technology of Oak Staves Toasting
Get the Best Value for Your Tanks and Integrated Catwalks
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Growing International French Cooperage – San Francisco, CA, USA
Senior Customer Service Representative
Recruiting Associates Network – American Canyon, CA, USA
Director of Manufacturing Operations
Harv 81 USA, Inc. – Benicia, CA, USA
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2023 Wine Consumer Journey Mapping Workshop
November 15 – Webinar
10th Annual North Coast Wine Industry Expo
December 1 – Sonoma County, CA
Recent Advances in Vineyard Pest Management Technology
December 1 – Webinar
How Profitable is Your Wine?
December 6 – Webinar
How Email Marketing Automation Can Revolutionize Your Winery Business
December 7 – Webinar
Gusmer Enterprises
Wine Scientist Remanded in Custody
High-Profile Napa Valley Winemaker Arrested for Illegal Gun and Drug Possession
Private Jets, Luxury Cars, Semiautomatic Rifles: Napa Vintner Owes $5 Million for Misspent Funds
Thirst for Sustainability Permeates the Wine Industry
The Science Behind UV Light in Vineyards
Pilot Project for California Grape Growers Gets into the Weeds on Regenerative Agriculture
Autonomous Robots to Help Modernize Grape, Wine Industry
King Estate Acquires Pfeiffer Winery
2022 WINnovation Award: GOfermentor’s GOblend—Taking the Guesswork Out of Blending Wines
Local Winemakers Featured in New Film
Queer Winemaker Remy Drabkin Elected Mayor of McMinnville, Oregon
Sonoma County Vintner Offers Farmworkers ‘Hazard Pay’ During Smoky Days
Cakebread Cellars Becomes Official Silver Member of IWCA
Cricklewood, a Sonoma County Institution
Gay Wine Weekend Set to Return to Sonoma County in July 2023 with New Venue


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