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FRIDAY, MARCH 22
TRENDING STORY
 
Some Early Results from the SVB DtC Survey
“Today, we are about 50 responses short of what we need to produce the Annual Direct to Consumer Report, so please participate. To help us reach the finish line, we are leaving the survey open over the weekend and closing it on 3/24…”
M. A. Silva USA
 
TODAY’S NEWS
 
With British Columbia Needing Wine Grapes, Washington Offers Assistance
On Thursday, Washington Winegrowers, a non-profit trade association, published guidance for exporting grapes from Washington and importing such grapes into British Columbia…
Who Is Winning from the Moderation Trend?
IWSR analyses recruitment into the no- and low-alcohol market, and the implications for the beverage alcohol industry…
New USDA Regulations Are Sparking Chaos for Small Organic Wine Importers
Athena Bochanis is the owner and founder of Palinkerie, a small, New York-based import company that showcases boutique winemakers from Hungary in the U.S. Earlier this month, she took to Instagram to seek information on upcoming changes to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) regulations, after learning that importers such as her would soon need to obtain organic certification…
Local Paso Robles Wineries to Unite for 7th Annual Taste of the Back Roads
This Laurel Heights Natural Wine Bar and Bottle Shop Is Moving
Willamette Valley Vineyards Hosts Pairings Dinner and Auction with Partners at the Cascades Raptor Center
Back-and-Forth over Wine Deliveries to Rhode Island Continues in Court. Here’s the Latest
RMDGroup Amplifies Its U.S. Presence with the Strategic Acquisition of Mala Closure Systems’ Industrial Assets
ATPGroup
 
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
 
Great Northwest Wine Names Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery as Pacific Northwest Winery of the Year
B.C. Wineries Plan Survival Strategies Following Deep Freeze
Going, Going Gone! Gelardini & Romani Reveal Italy’s 30 Most Prestigious Wine Labels at Vinitaly 2024
“Just Like Forests, Vineyards Are Proper Carbon Sinks”
PwC Wine Contributes €130 Billion to the EU’s GDP
Wine Industry Network
 
WINEINDUSTRY.JOBS
 
Executive Director
Sonoma State University – Rohnert Park, CA, USA
Technical Sales Representative
Confidential – Napa, CA (Remote)
Outside Sales Representative
Jensen Precast – Remote
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Wine Sales Symposium
 
INDUSTRY EVENTS
 
Optimizing Agricultural Productivity with the HOBOnet Wireless Sensor Network
April 4 – Webinar
BOLD Predictions: Wine Industry Leadership Conference
April 10 – Virtual
The Power of Storytelling: Making Your Winery Brand Unforgettable
April 15 – Webinar
NBBJ Wine Industry Conference
April 23 – Santa Rosa, CA
Wine Sales Symposium
May 16 – Santa Rosa, CA
More Events
Enartis USA
 
TOP STORIES OF THE WEEK
 
Founding Winemaker James Hall Buys Back Patz & Hall from Ste. Michelle Wine Estates
President of Rodney Strong Wine Estates Announces Retirement
Mystery Among the Vines: Why Is the FBI Probing Some of Napa Valley’s Fanciest Wineries?
Sherry-Lehmann’s Park Ave. Landlord Gets Ok to Clear Out Booze in $4.8 Million Rent Dispute — After a Year of Collecting Dust
Virtual Wineries: No Vineyard, Tanks or Tasting Room — No Problem
Play On: The Current State of Music Licensing at Wineries
Vintage Wine Estates Gets More Time to Avoid Stock Delisting as Restructuring Plan Pursued
Dom Perignon, Expensive Wines Found in Search Tied to Retail Thefts in North San Diego County: SDSO
Turnaround Predicted for Wine Sales in the US in 2024
‘It’s Like Napa 30 Years Ago’: Big-Name Winemakers Are Decamping to This Lesser-Known Region
Shifting Paths: Steps for the North Bay Wine Industry to Counter Lower Demand, Higher Costs
Napa’s Big Decision: Style or Substance?
Is It Time to Retire the Term “Women Winemakers?”
Should SVB Continue to Produce the Annual DtC Report?
10 Women Making Their Mark on the Sonoma, Napa County Wine Industry
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