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Afternoon Brief, March 3

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American Oak 'Not Suited to Cabernet': Speaking to the drinks business on a visit to the UK to promote the Abreus distribution in the UK through the Pol Roger Portfolio, Grimes said that American oak imparted a dill flavour which was not suited to Abreus style of Cabernet Sauvignon...

A Look Inside Jean-Charles Boisset’s Dream

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“This place represents a dream I’ve had forever,” says Jean-Charles Boisset introducing his media guests to the new JCB Tasting Salon and Atelier in...

Afternoon Brief, March 2

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California Drought Restrictions Lifted in Russian River Area: California regulators have ended mandatory water cutbacks along tributaries of the Russian River, but will continue to require property owners to report how much water they use...

Afternoon Brief, March 1

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Napa Valley Vintners Partners with Christie’s to Feature Premiere Napa Valley Wines at Hong Kong Auction: The Napa Valley Vintners announced today it is partnering with renowned auction house Christie's to bring some of Napa Valley's rarest and most collectable wines to the Hong Kong market in November 2016...

Afternoon Brief, February 29

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El Niño Heads Back to California This Week After Hiatus: El Niño storms could blanket central and northern California this week following a mostly February dry spell, according to meteorologist Terry Snow of the Weather Advisory Service...

Afternoon Brief, February 26

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Farm Labor Contractor, Vineyard Pay $42K in Penalties for Providing Deplorable Housing Conditions to Farm Workers in Sonoma County: Investigators from the U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division found farm labor contractor Four Seasons Vineyard Management and winemaker Ridge Vineyards in violation of the Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act for providing deplorable housing conditions to farm workers in northern Sonoma County...

Afternoon Brief, February 25

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California Wine Exports Set Record in 2015: U.S. wine exports, 90% from California, reached $1.61 billion in winery revenues in 2015, an all-time record and a 7.6% increase from 2014. Volume was up 4.1% from the previous year to 461 million liters or 51.2 million cases...

Afternoon Brief, February 24

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Age and Disease Threaten Burgundy Wine Shortage, Report Warns: Burgundy wines may become even more difficult to find because of vine disease and smaller harvests from ageing vineyards, according to a new report by the region's wine council...

Afternoon Brief, February 23

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Financial Crisis Led to 'Winemaker Freedom": The global financial crisis in 2008 was in some ways positive for winemakers as it gave them a sense of freedom according to Ted Lemon of California's Littorai...

Please Your Palate, Save Your Planet: 10th Annual Earth Day Food...

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This year’s celebration will be the best (and tastiest) yet; proceeds fund scholarships for relatives of Central Coast farmworkers. February 23, 2016 (Paso Robles, CA)...

Afternoon Brief, February 22

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Peter Mondavi, Napa Valley Wine Pioneer, Dies at 101: Peter Mondavi Sr., a Napa Valley pioneer who steered his family's Charles Krug Winery through more than a half-century of revolutionary change in the American wine industry, died Feb. 20 at his home in St. Helena, on the Charles Krug estate, surrounded by his family...

Afternoon Brief, February 19

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Trending Story: Sonoma County's Small Wineries Pleased with Super Bowl Exposure Family-owned wineries from Sonoma County said they welcomed the exposure they...

Afternoon Brief, February 18

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Tuck Beckstoffer Family Agrees to Acquire Dancing Hares Vineyards and Winery: Tuck and Boo Beckstoffer have agreed to acquire Dancing Hares Winery and Vineyard in the eastern hills of St. Helena from founders Paula Brooks and Bob Cook...

Afternoon Brief, February 17

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Trending Story: Importance of Terroir Still Unsettled As a concept, terroir raises controversy among winemakers and grape growers around the world. There...

Afternoon Brief, February 16

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Trending Story: Jean Arnold Sessions Named Interim Executive Director of Sonoma County Vintners Jean Arnold Sessions, former president of Hanzell Vineyards and...