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TUESDAY, JULY 11
TRENDING STORY
 
PD/GWSS Winegrape Assessment Set at $1.25 for 2023 Harvest
To continue funding crucial research combating winegrape pests and diseases, the Pierce’s Disease/Glassy-Winged Sharpshooter Board kept the PD/GWSS Winegrape Assessment rate at $1.25 per $1,000 value for the 2023 harvest…
M. A. Silva USA
 
TODAY’S NEWS
 
WSWA Submits Comment to TTB on Possible Modernizations to Trade Practice Regulations
WSWA encourages TTB to consider updates that build on the success of the existing system and address the growth of the digital marketplace to maintain a fair marketplace that fosters innovation and competition…
Protect Outdoor Workers from Heat Illness
In California, Cal/OSHA’s heat illness prevention standard applies to all outdoor worksites…
3 Sonoma County Millennials on What the Wine Industry Is Doing Right, Wrong
From branding to marketing to sustainability, the industry has failed to keep up with a generation that has a lot of buying power…
$58,000 Awarded to Children of Vineyard Farmworkers
Scientists Have Developed a Radical New Solution to Seek and Destroy Invasive Spotted Lanternflies — Here’s What’s Happening
West Coast Smoke Exposure Task Force’s Smoke Summit
Cornell Helping Vintners Recover Growing Season After Spring Freeze
Why BLUE BIN Believes the Future of the Wine Industry Rests on Bottles
Announcing Dates and Program for Vinosummit 2023
Three Levers to Reduce a Winery’s Energy Footprint
Organic Farming Can Lead Cava Producers Towards a Sustainable Future
EU Commission Is Wrong: European Viticulture Is Essential
Weather, Economic Factors Drive Smallest Australian Wine Grape Vintage in More Than 20 Years
#Since1685: Celebrating 338 Years of South Africa’s Oldest Wine Producing Farm
ATPGroup
 
BLOGS
 
Italian Wine and the Paradox of Scale: Three Case Studies
Tips from WGits: Linking Bank Feeds
Building Lasting Relationships
The Easiest Way to Track Volumetric Water Content as the Heat Rises
Smallest Vintage in a Generation
Atlas Copco
 
WINEINDUSTRY.JOBS
 
Sales Manager
Breakthru Beverage Nevada – Las Vegas, NV, USA
Sales/Brand Manager
Bob Cabral Wines – Healdsburg, CA, USA
Seasonal Enologist
Monterey Wine Company – King City, CA, USA
More Wine Industry Jobs
Beverage Trade Network
 
PEOPLE
 
How Michael Benedict Changed California’s Pinot Noir Game
John Anthony Family of Wines Announces Promotion of Art Pinn to Vice President of Sales
L’Ecole No 41 Appoints Ryan Pennington as Chief Operating Officer
Cleo Pahlmeyer of Wayfarer Vineyard to Open Winery and Tasting Room in Downtown Healdsburg
Trefethen Family Vineyards Promotes Vanessa Shimer to Executive Vice President
American AgCredit
 
SUPPLIER NEWS
 
Getting Started with California’s New Recycling Program for Wine and Spirits
Wineshipping Announces Exclusive Partnership with Via.Delivery
What Is the Most Important Ingredient in Winemaking?
New Features on Commerce7
More Supplier News
Atlas Copco
 
VINEYARD & WINERY
 
Somerston Estate Unveils Inaugural “Winemaker Lunch” Series at Its Esteemed Napa Valley Estate
The Residence at Stony Hill in Napa Valley Opens, Reimagining the Historic Winery for Today
Hedges Family to Receive Healthy Land, Healthy Communities Award from Auction of Washington Wines
Bodega Trivento Is Recognized as the World’s Number One Best-Selling Argentinian Wine Brand for a Third Year in a Row
Peltier Winery Voted Best Winery of 2023 in San Joaquin County
Agrovin USA, Inc.
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