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How Wineries Can Capitalize on Clubhouse

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Imagine being in the same room with Adam Grant, Edward Snowden, and Brittany Kaiserto discuss topics about digital privacy; you can “raise your hand”...

Clare Tooley, MW Weighs-in on Wine-Weed Cohesion

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Barbara Barrielle Three years ago, at the 2019 Wine Industry Network Wine & Weed Symposium, Clare Tooley, MW, found inspiration for her Masters of Wine final...

Vintage Wine Estate President, Terry Wheatley, Keynote Speaker for Wine &...

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Terry Wheatley is not just the first female president of Vintage Wine Estates (VWE), she’s also the first female president in the wine industry...

Executive Order on Promoting Competition … In the Wine Industry

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Wine Industry Advisor editor, Stacy Briscoe, speaks to Michael Kaiser, VP of WineAmerica, about President Biden’s Order affecting the beverage alcohol industry “A fair, open,...

American-native Grape, Muscadine, Proves Profitable

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That Duplin Winery in eastern North Carolina is included among the country’s top 50 producers, according to Wine Business Monthly’s February 2021 issue, wouldn’t surprise anyone who lives in the state. The wines are found on grocery store shelves everywhere, from Southport on the coast to Elkin in the mountains.

Turning the Tables on Marcy Gordon

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MARCY GORDON is a freelance wine and travel writer. Her work has appeared in a variety of publications including Wine Enthusiast, San Francisco Chronicle, Sonoma Magazine, The California Travel Guide, and Forbes Travel Guide...

Understanding Fulfillment Houses Is Key to Regulating DtC Shipping 

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Direct-to-consumer (DtC) alcohol shipping compliance is a complex network of moving parts, many of which are, by design, hidden from the public...

Delicato-Coppola Collaboration: Industry Implications

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The wine world raised eyebrows when, on June 24, Francis Ford Coppola Winery announced its deal-in-progress to sell Sonoma County wine properties to Delicato Wines and take a seat on the company’s board...

Leading Restaurant Publication Launches New Wine & Spirits Competition

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The economy is emerging from the upheaval of the pandemic—and hospitality is coming back strong. Pent up consumer demand is driving the steady return...

Wine Sales Strategies Shaped and Sharpened by the Pandemic

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After a challenging year of adjusting their businesses to pandemic conditions, some wineries that flipped their sales models and tried new strategies are reporting success...

Staying on the Forefront of the Pandemic Shift in Beverage Alcohol...

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In March of 2020, the Covid-19 lockdowns and stay at home orders made online beverage alcohol sales soar 240%, and the growth continued through...

Turning the Tables on Alder Yarrow

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San Francisco Magazine has called Alder Yarrow “The Wine World’s Brightest Cyberstar” and he is widely accepted as a pioneer of wine blogging...

Sonoma Wineries Face Growing Permitting Burdens for Business Operations

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The ongoing struggle between wineries and Sonoma County to determine the future of permitting for winery activities and events is coming closer to conclusive guidelines...

Rebuilding Wine Sales in the Wake of a Pandemic 

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Across the country, masks are coming off. Businesses are re-opening. Wine lovers are planning vacations...

Wineries Ponder Staff Vaccinations and Reopening

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Vineyard and winery production workers across the country labored through the pandemic, pruning and harvesting grapes, crushing and bottling wine...