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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 07
TRENDING STORY
 
Changing Consumer Palettes May Cause Growers to Shrink Winegrape Acreage
Wine industry experts are now saying the state is growing too many wine grapes to keep supply and demand balanced…
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AgTech Advances: Automating Irrigation and Measuring Vineyard Vigor
What’s new in the vineyard? One exciting area of innovation is technology that improves farming in practical ways, like automating the labor out of irrigation and measuring the success of sustainable agriculture…
North Coast Wine Industry Expo
 
TODAY’S NEWS
 
Global Wine Production Hits Lowest Level Since 1961
Global wine production has fallen this year to its lowest level since 1961 as vineyards were pummelled by extreme weather events, the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) said Tuesday…
Ag Groups Cheer Court’s Defense in Science-Based Regulation of Chlorpyrifos
Agriculture groups are applauding a ruling from the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals that upholds sound science by throwing out EPA’s rule that essentially banned the use of chlorpyrifos, a product farmers use to protect their crops from insects and other pests…
Naked Wines Ditches Devlin
Black Stallion Estate Winery Named “American Winery of the Year” by Wine Enthusiast
Total Wine & More Opens Santa Rosa Store, Its First in North Bay
An Oregon Family’s Dream Becomes a Reality: Balsall Creek Vineyards Releases First Vintage, Announces Grand Opening
How Can the Wine Sector Work Towards ‘Farm to Fork’ Goals and Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions?
Liv-Ex 1000 Decline Accelerates in October
Drone Mapping of Vineyards Will Support New VISTA Project
Exploring Piedmont’s Dream Decade
Winemakers Share Excitement for Safeguarding of Australian Prosecco
Piwis Are the Next-Gen Grapes
Frosty Start to Australian Growing Season
ATPGroup
 
BLOGS
 
California Bottle Fee to Apply to Wine and Spirits in 2024
Guidance for Starting a Wine Business
Crisis & Change for Washington Wine
The Right Blend of AI Can Keep Customers from Withering on the Vine
Devil’s Advocate: The Billion-Dollar Deal. Did Treasury Overpay?
Diam Closures
 
WINEINDUSTRY.JOBS
 
Sommelier
Lev Restaurant Group – Las Vegas, NV
Server/Tasting Room Associate/Wine Educator
Folktale Group LLC – Carmel, CA
Wine Educator
Peju Winery – Rutherford, CA
More Wine Industry Jobs
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PEOPLE
 
Tonnellerie Cadus and Ana Selection Hire Gretchen Brakesman as North American Sales Director
Orin Swift’s Celebrated Winemaker Dave Phinney Takes Design as Seriously as His Wine
‘The Problem I Was Solving Was Making Wine Approachable,’ Says Sarah Pierre, Proprietor, 3 Parks Wine Shop, Retailer of the Year | 2023 Wine Enthusiast Wine Star Awards
Longtime Joseph Swan Vineyards Winemaker at a Crossroads
‘If You Want Something to be Better, Just Change It,’ Says Carlton McCoy, Social Visionary of the Year
North Coast Wine Industry Expo
 
SUPPLIER NEWS
 
APS Packaging & Automation: Evolving Technology to Meet Packaging Demands
Turrentine Brokerage: 50 Years of Excellence and Reliability in the Wine Industry
ATPGroup Unveils TOSSWARE’s Innovative Compostable Natural Line of Drinkware: A Sustainability Game-Changer
Low-Budget Marketing Ideas to Grow Your Wine Brand
More Supplier News
G3 Enterprises
 
VINEYARD & WINERY
 
Andis Wines Giving Away Sh*t on a Shingle to Veterans
Orin Swift Cellars’ New Tasting Experiences
The Future of Wine: BLUE BIN Launches with a Commitment to the Planet
Aperture Cellars Offers an Artful Look at All 63 National Parks
Maximizing Weed Control with Herbicides
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