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The Wine Industry Advisor is an Online Industry Publication featuring news and articles relevant to the wine industry. Our goal is to be a resource for wine businesses and professionals by providing free access to our knowledge base articles, industry press releases, and daily news. We aim to provide you with the information most relevant to you.

Afternoon Brief, June 11th

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Hot Brands and Instagram Are Fueling Rosé Wine’s Phenomenal Growth Rate in the U.S. Market: With National Rosé Wine Day scheduled for this weekend, it is a useful time to examine the causes of the phenomenal growth in popularity of rosé in America. According to a recent report by bw166, a global market research firm for alcohol beverage, U.S. rosé sales volume increased by an astounding 1433% from 2010 to 2020...

Afternoon Brief, June 10th

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5th Annual Wine & Weed Symposium Opens Registration: After a hiatus in 2020, Wine Industry Network (WIN) is excited to announce that registration is open for the 5th Annual Wine & Weed Symposium, scheduled for August 5th, 2021 from 9 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country in Santa Rosa, CA...

Afternoon Brief, June 9th

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Police Seize Grange in "Sting of the Century": Two full sets of Penfolds Grange valued at $400,000 each have reportedly been seized by Police as part of Operation Ironside which is being billed as the "Sting of the Century"...

Afternoon Brief, June 8th

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Vintage Wine Estates and Bespoke Capital Acquisition Corp. Announce Closing of Business Combination: Vintage Wine Estates, one of the fastest growing U.S. wine producers with an industry leading direct-to-consumer platform, today announced that it has completed its previously announced business combination with Bespoke Capital Acquisition Corp., a publicly-traded special purpose acquisition company...

Afternoon Brief, June 7th

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Texas Wine Grape Growers Sue Bayer-Monsanto Over Dicamba Drift Damage: The suit alleges that some grape growers saw a truly insane 90 percent reduction in their yield owing to dicamba drift....

Meeting Customer Demand: How Innovation & Quality Have Strengthened the Closures...

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Scott Laboratories is known for the high-quality cork it has supplied to high-end, exclusive wineries since the 1970s. As the leading supplier of packaging,...

Afternoon Brief, June 4th

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The American Vineyard Foundation Provides $1.2 Million Annual Funding for Wine and Grape Industry Research in 2021: The American Vineyard Foundation (AVF) is pleased to announce funding for eighteen projects addressing critical viticulture and enology research needs...

Afternoon Brief, June 3rd

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Napa Tourism Industry Bouncing Back, but Post-COVID Job Growth Slowing: An economy sent reeling by the coronavirus has in many ways bounced back far faster than in past recessions – but a North Bay economist is cautioning Napa city leaders to be mindful of slowing job growth and the pandemic’s outsize blow to employment in the tourist industries that have driven much of the city’s prosperity...

A Vintner and a Cocktail Author Go Non-Alcoholic

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Introducing the Dry Goods Beverage Company (Napa, CA) June 2, 2021 - This week, husband and wife team Jake Krausz and Adrienne Stillman Krausz officially launched...

Afternoon Brief, June 2nd

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How Can Low- And No-Alcohol Wine Engage with ‘Moderating’ Millennial and Gen Z Wine Consumers?: Younger LDA wine consumers in the US are actively moderating their alcohol intake more than older drinkers. How can low- and no-alcohol wine connect with this cohort?...

Global Filtration Manufacturer and Leading Wine Industry Supplier Team Up to...

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For more than 20 years, Pall Corporation - the world’s premier supplier of filtration, separation and purification systems for the food and beverage industry...

Afternoon Brief, June 1st

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Sonoma Wineries Face Growing Permitting Burdens for Business Operations: 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...

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...

Afternoon Brief, May 28th

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Wineries Ponder Staff Vaccinations and Reopening: Vineyard and winery production workers across the country labored through the pandemic, pruning and harvesting grapes, crushing and bottling wine...

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...