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The Wine Industry Advisor welcomes articles from industry experts; however, we ask that your article follow these simple editorial guidelines. Expert Editorials are intended as a means for you to share your expertise with the Wine Industry Advisor audience of wine industry professionals and not as an advertising piece. This doesn’t mean that you cannot mention your company name or product in the article, but that the bulk of the article should be focused on sharing original, valuable wine industry-specific information with the readers. The suggested length is 500 to 700 words, and we encourage you to include any images you have the rights to use. You will be credited as the article’s author with name and photo as well as a link to your website. All submissions are subject to review by the Wine Industry Advisor, which retains editorial privilege.

WineAmerica: An Update on Important Regulatory Matters in 2024

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Congress may be stuck in the mud, but there is much work to be done on the regulatory front. WineAmerica needs your help. By Michael...

Liability and Coverage: The Right Insurance Agent Can Help Prepare for...

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If everything goes wrong, beverage insurance can help you get back on your feet as quickly as possible. By Heidi Moore   If you own a winery...

Changing the Rules: Hoopes Trial Could Upset Decades of Zoning &...

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The result of Napa Valley V. Lindsay Blair Hoopes Et al could have a significant and lasting impact on “small wineries” in the Napa...

WineAmerica: Let’s Get to Work Unleashing the Magic of Wine

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We possess the power to unleash the magic of wine if we all work together.   By Jim Trezise   WineAmerica’s website has three key sections for three key...

WineAmerica: Spreading “The Magic of Wine” in 2024 and Beyond

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The wine industry has a unique opportunity to shape its own destiny by spreading the word on the magic of wine. By Jim Trezise In 2024,...

Wine Magic: A Toast

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Let’s celebrate the magic of wine in 2024. By Jim Trezise   Last night while I was sleeping, my heart beat 38,400 times. I didn’t ask it...

Expert Editorial: How to Launch and Maintain a Compliant Beverage Alcohol...

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Achieving comprehensive entity and product compliance requires qualifying with multiple regulatory agencies.  By Cheryl Tittle The 3-tier distribution system for beverage alcohol is the most widely...

Expert Editorial: Mitigating Algae Contamination in the Water

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The algal mitigation tools of yesterday no longer work.  By Lawrence Field According to High Country News, an independent media organization that covers the important issues...

Expert Editorial: Why Is Moderate Wine Consumption Being Villainized in 2023?

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Many studies don’t support the “any alcohol is bad” hypothesis. By R. Curtis Ellison, MD, MS; and Creina Stockley, PhD, MBA   The risks of moderate alcohol...

Expert Editorial: Reporting Dispute Claims Within Closely Held Wineries

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Disputes fermenting between winery shareholders may not be governed by fiduciary duties but could be covered by insurance. By Amy Briggs and Hilary Krase Many wineries...

WineAmerica: Washington, D.C.’s Harvest of Chaos

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The dysfunction in Washington, D.C., advances to the next level. What does it mean for the wine industry? By Michael Kaiser   To paraphrase Benjamin Franklin, “In...

Expert Editorial: Crafting a Fire-Resilient Wine Estate

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Collaborating on wildfire resiliency shouldn’t be the sole responsibility of the wineries themselves. By Mike McNulty The ravages of wildfire after wildfire have locked the California...

Alcohol E-Commerce Compliance 101: What to Know to Sell Wine Online...

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Here is what wineries need to know if they plan to sell wine online for the first time. By Kelly Martin E-commerce wine sales makeup 23%...

Expert Editorial: Tailored Wine Styles Can Boost Marketing ROI

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For winery owners navigating the dynamic landscape of the wine industry, understanding the pivotal role of wine styles in marketing success is paramount. By Chris...

WineAmerica: Wine = Power

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All 50 states have wine producers — 10,637 in all — which preserve the land, hire local people, support suppliers, attract tourists, contribute to...
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