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MONDAY, JULY 17
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Vino Farms Vineyard Management Company to Pay $1.4 Million to Settle Lawsuit over Worker Pay, Breaks
One of Sonoma County’s largest vineyard management companies has agreed to pay $1.4 million to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging it failed to pay workers for all the hours they worked and failed to allow workers meal and rest breaks…
M. A. Silva USA
 
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Expert Editorial: Add Value to Your Winery by Monetizing Land Use Entitlements
Investing in entitlements for wineries can increase short- and long-term financial viability in several ways…
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TODAY’S NEWS
 
Warren Buffett’s PacifiCorp Sued by Oregon Wineries over Fire Damage
Berkshire Hathaway’s PacifiCorp is being sued by Oregon wineries claiming that smoke from wildfires ignited by the utility’s equipment in 2020 destroyed their grape harvests, resulting in tens of millions of dollars in damages and lost wine sales…
Tennessee Attorney General Skrmetti Sues Six Online Businesses in Federal Court to Halt Illicit Liquor Shipments
Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti today filed a federal lawsuit to immediately stop the flow of illegal liquor shipments facilitated by six unlicensed out-of-state defendants…
Self-Distribution Is Fundamental for Craft Wineries
How Retailers Are Optimizing Entry-Level Wine Selections
Jordan Vineyard & Winery Named #1 Winery in North America and #20 in the World
Veraison Begins in Columbia Valley
Award Ceremony Celebrating Best-in-Class Wineries at Maryland Winemasters Choice Competition
The Latest Wine-Beer Hybrid? Italian Grape Ale
Scammers Strike in Bordeaux
Climate Sparks Rethink on Watering Wine
Champagne Sees Increased Trade with Two Wines Among Most Active
How This Board Is Bringing the International Wine Community Together to Fight Climate Change
Confusing New Wine Taxes Threaten UK Wine Market
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BLOGS
 
The Sixth Circuit Changes the Course of Wine Retailer Shipping Lawsuits
Is Alcohol Consumption a Big Moral Issue?
Is a Glass of Wine Harmless? Wrong Question
WSWA Is Walking on Crippled Legs
Lava Cap Winery: A High Elevation Bordeaux Style Paradise in the Sierra Foothills
Gusmer Enterprises
 
WINEINDUSTRY.JOBS
 
Customer Service Order Entry Specialist
Maisons Marques & Domaines – Oakland, CA, USA
Fine Wine Sales Manager
Breakthru Beverage Nevada – Las Vegas, NV, USA
Controller
Mitroff Consulting – Napa, CA, USA
More Wine Industry Jobs
American AgCredit
 
PEOPLE
 
Washington State University Professor and Viticulture Extension Specialist Appointed as Board President for American Society for Enology and Viticulture
Lindsey Otis Is LOTIS Wines
Thacher Names Brenna Hill Assistant Winemaker
Visionary Founder of ASC Fine Wines Passed Away
The Young Brit Making Waves in the Wine World
American AgCredit
 
SUPPLIER NEWS
 
Ciatti Report: It’s Quiet on the Bulk Wine Market – But There Are Great Opportunities
The Importance of Balanced Nutrition for Yeast Health
Sonoma Sterling Announces an Exclusive Partnership with Board & Hungry Sonoma!
A Journey of Irish Whiskey Heritage, Revival, and Innovation with Jonathan Egan of Egan’s Whiskey
More Supplier News
Beverage Trade Network
 
VINEYARD & WINERY
 
Korbel California Champagne® Toasts 2023 American Century Celebrity Golf Championship
Vino Vinyasa® Announces Second Wine & Yoga Retreat in the Texas Hill Country
We Tasted Over 3,000 California Wines. Here Are 10 Standouts.
Vineyards in Meursault and Mercurey Latest Victims of Hail
Turkey’s Old Vines: A Disappearing Delight
Agrovin USA, Inc.
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