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Afternoon Brief, February 3rd

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Storms Are Another Disaster for Sonoma County Farmworkers Who Call for More Aid
Because of the work interruptions caused by the January storms, hundreds of farmworkers have turned to local nonprofit organizations and now the county for emergency financial aid and support…
M. A. Silva USA
Expert Editorial: Peeling Back the Layers on Natural Wine
For the consumer looking for an absolutely natural wine, it’s a roll of the dice for each bottle consumed…
Wine Industry Network
U.S. Consolidation Means Fewer Opportunities for Wineries
As distributors get bigger, they require brands with bigger volumes to service their markets. This will reduce opportunities for small-to-medium-sized wine producers…
Cost Increases Are the Biggest Challenge for the Wine Industry in a Tricky 2023
Energy costs, supply chain issues and the economic crisis – these are the topics that are of the greatest concern to the wine industry in 2022 and 2023. This is the conclusion of the ProWein Business Report, for which Geisenheim University surveyed a total of 2,500 industry representatives from 47 countries in November 2022…
Giuseppe Benanti, Who Helped Spark Mount Etna’s Wine Renaissance, Dies at 78
Free the Grapes! February 2023 Winery Update
Climate Change Has Already Come for This Vineyard. But the Wines Don’t Taste Like You’d Expect
Reports Say Young Drinkers Are Over Wine. What Do Winemakers Think?
Visit the Santa Ynez Valley Announces Return of the Midweek Membership Club, a Limited Opportunity to Enjoy Added Benefits When Travelers Visit the Santa Ynez Valley Midweek, Feb. 12 – April 6
Decanter Returns to New York for Its World-Renowned Fine Wine Encounter in June 2023
Retailers Cautiously Optimistic on 2023 Outlook
RNDC Raised Over $1 Million in Support for Prostate Cancer Foundation
Can Wineries Reuse Their Glass Bottles? This Woman Thinks So…
In Defense of Conventional Wine
James Suckling Makes Move in New Zealand
Tasting Room Manager
Carboy Winery LLC – Palisade, CO, USA
Sales Representative/ Account Manager
Quail Distributing, Inc. – Scottsdale, AZ, USA
Cypress Bend Vineyards Inc – North Carolina, USA
More Wine Industry Jobs
February 6-9 – Kennewick, WA
71st Lodi Grape Day
February 7 – Lodi, CA
BOLD Predictions: Wine Industry Leadership Conference
February 8 – Virtual
Managing Growth Strategies in a Crowded Market
February 14 – Webinar
A Global Tasting and Marketing Forum Part 2
March 9 – Sonoma County, CA
Los Angeles Invitational
Clay Gregory, Former CEO of Visit Napa Valley, President of Jackson Family Wines, and General Manager of Robert Mondavi Winery, Passes at 65
How a California Premium Winery Quickly Flipped Its Boomer-Dominated Consumer Base to Younger Generations
The Passing of Entrepreneur, Vintner, and Art Collector, Donald M. Hess, (1936-2023)
COVID-19’s Lasting Impact on the Wine Industry Sets the Stage for 2023 Opportunities
UWGS Recap: Back to Business
Fifth-Generation Winemaker and His Wife Part Ways with Vietti
Why One of Sonoma’s Best Wineries Hired a Winemaker Who’d Never Made Wine Before
Why Some Online Wine Clubs Succeed as Others Struggle
Top Chef Turns His Hand to Wine
Downtown San Francisco’s Most Eye-Catching Building Is Getting a Wine Bar
How J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines Is Fostering the Next Generation of Winemaking Talent
Uncorking Millennials Wine Interest: Smarter Wine Marketing May Be Key to Attracting Younger Consumers
Did the Pineapple Express End California’s Drought?
Trefethen Family Vineyards Acquires Two Monarch MK-V Founder Series Tractors
The 20 Wineries That Won OND




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