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Harvest Is Coming—No Fermenter, No Press? It’s Not Too Late

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Complete wine fermenter with built-in press, delivered and operational within a week of your order. Free shipping offer valid until Oct 1, 2021. The GOfermentor...

WIN Insiders with Bacchus Importers, Ltd: Jeff Roth

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Making the most of OND! In this edition of the WIN Insider Series, Wine Industry Network President, George Christie, speaks with industry veteran, Jeff...

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Climate Has Changed—How Global Wine Regions Are Responding

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Wine Industry Advisor reached out to scientists and vintners around the world to get a sense of how vulnerable wine regions are addressing the...

Opinion: Natural Winemaking Is the Most Natural Thing

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Hands off those vines, hands off those wines—what comes naturally should be respected —Randy Caparoso I love natural style wines. In fact, I'm partial to them,...

Consumers’ Thirst for Wine Fuels the Storage and Cellaring Business

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Increase in wine purchases means increase demands for wine storage solutions. —Melanie Young The wine storage business experienced a measurable uptick during the pandemic-induced, wine-buying boom....

Fire Watch: CalFire Continues Caldor Containment, Sierra Wine Country Begins Recovery

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Amador and El Dorado vintners deal with physical injuries, smoke-tainted grapes, and contract cancellations —Barbara Barrielle Following the Labor Day weekend, there was a sigh of...

Wine’s ‘Gender-Split’

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Expert analysts not convinced by recent poll concluding a massive wine consumer gender gap —Jeff Siegel There has always been a sense that women buy more...

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Oregon Wine Experience® Cancels 2021 In-Person Events 

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Online Auctions Continue to Build a New Children’s Hospital  JACKSONVILLE, Ore. (September 17, 2021) — Oregon Wine Experience® (OWE), one of the top  destination charity...

2021 Close to Reaching 2019 Sales Levels in the On-Premise, Latest...

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CGA’s analysis reveals how the market has recovered in 2021 compared to the levels reached in 2019, despite concerns surrounding the Delta variant in...

Rare 2006 Leroy Musigny Sells for €28,244 at Idealwine

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Hammer prices at iDealwine, the world's leading online wine auctioneer reached new heights  with a bottle of 2006 Domaine Leroy Musigny Grand Cru selling...

Historic French Wine Producer, Maison Lorgeril, Now Imported Under Albert Bichot USA...

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Dating back four centuries, with a focus on quality, sustainability, and excellent terroirs, Maison Lorgeril  joins this prestigious French portfolio  (August 4, 2021 – Languedoc-Roussillon,...

Delicato Family Wines Adds Prosecco to “RELAX” Brand Portfolio 

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New Prosecco DOC Joins U.S.’s number one imported Riesling in RELAX lineup  NAPA, Calif., Sept. 16, 2021 – Delicato Family Wines, the fifth-largest wine supplier1...

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How Wine Labels Can Increase Consumer Engagement and a Winery’s Peace...

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“COVID has changed everything,” says Kevin Frydryk of Resource Label Group, a full-service provider of pressure-sensitive label, shrink sleeve and...

BSG Offers Pinnacle Ferm MP to Help Winemakers Overcome the Effect...

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Winemakers often struggle with the green components of wine, which, while desirable in some white wines, are a source...

Harvest Is Coming—No Fermenter, No Press? It’s Not Too Late

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Complete wine fermenter with built-in press, delivered and operational within a week of your order. Free shipping offer valid...

Innovative Solar-Powered Tractors Reduce Carbon Emissions and Revolutionize Vineyard Management Practices...

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“There’s less maintenance; the engine has only one moving part vs. 400 for diesel. You’re not buying fuel, especially if you’re charging the tractor off a solar array. And finally, the hugest cost-savings is in CO2 reduction. It’s not just for us, but for future generations.”

Falcon FrightKite™ Expands Options for Vineyard Crop Protection

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After five years of growing success flying Falcon Frightkites™ over vineyards to ward off destructive birds, Roger Snow, owner...

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Afternoon Brief, September 17th

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2021 Close to Reaching 2019 Sales Levels in the On-Premise: It’s not news that 2020 was a volatile and challenging year for the On Premise, and with many openings and closings, sales suffered in comparison to previous years...

Afternoon Brief, September 16th

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Family of 10-Year-Old Girl Who Drowned in Lake at Washington Winery Sues for Wrongful Death: Danika Ross died in July after being sucked into a pipe in a man-made lake in Quincy, Washington. The lake is for both recreation and winery irrigation...

Afternoon Brief, September 15th

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North Coast Judge Denies Release of Wine Held in Smoke Damage Case: A Sonoma County wine grape grower had a setback in trying to convince a Lake County judge to order the release of tens of thousands of gallons of 2020 wine being held by a vintner that’s alleging hundreds of thousands of dollars in smoke damage from the fruit...

Afternoon Brief, August 14

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Multi-State Partnership Advances Sustainability in the U.S. Wine Industry Through Research, Education and Promotion: The largest winegrowing states in the country — California, Oregon, New York and Washington, which produce 95% of U.S. wine — have established educational and certification sustainability programs over the past two decades, furthering the widespread adoption of sustainable practices by U.S. winegrowers and winemakers...

Afternoon Brief, September 13th

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Wildfire Smoke Ruins Taste of Some Wines: Grapes exposed to smoke absorb chemicals that can alter — and sometimes ruin — the taste and smell of resultant wines. This “smoke taint” has become a growing concern for the industry...

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