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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.

Bacchus Wineworks Appoints Brian Fowler Central Region Sales Manager

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Industry Veteran to Support Growth of DeLille Cellars, Madrigal Family Winery, Panther Creek Cellars, Sbragia Family Vineyards and Upchurch Vineyard  San Francisco, April 22, 2015...

Vintage Point Maintains Steady Growth with Key Additions to its Luxury...

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April 21, 2015 – Sonoma, CA— Vintage Point Partners in Wine, a Sonoma-based sales and marketing firm for ultra-premium and luxury wine brands, announced...

Afternoon Brief, April 21

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Water into wine: How California vintners conserve H20: Local grape growers, especially those with a sustainability focus, haven't just started paying attention to water use, says Steve Sangiacomo, one of three third-generation siblings running Sangiacomo Family Vineyards south of Sonoma...

Afternoon Brief, April 20

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Wine industry should look for opportunity when roadblocks rise: Some of the solutions for today's challenges to California wine industry growth, whether it be regulation, climate or crop disease, can be found by looking at how the business has responded to impediments to progress over a long stretch of time...

Afternoon Brief, April 17

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Making Wine on Shaky Ground: Industry Looks for Answers to Seismic Safety in the Cellar: The 6.0 earthquake that shook Napa Valley in the wee hours of the morning last August did a lot more than rattle nerves and break a few bottles of fine wine...

Afternoon Brief, April 16

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Sinking Euro and Rising Dollar Make Waves in the Wine Industry: Shifting exchange rates are producing beneficial ripples of change for American consumers and European wineries. If you've ever been tempted to hop on a plane and take an impromptu trip to Europe, now is the time...

Afternoon Brief, April 15

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Wine Counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan Appeals Conviction: Lawyers for Rudy Kurniawan filed an appeal in New York on Monday challenging his 2013 conviction on charges of conspiracy to sell counterfeit wine...

Paso Robles Wineries Make a Big Impression

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Four Paso Robles Wineries Named 101 Best Wineries In America The Daily Meal—an online publication devoted to the best food and drink experiences of every level...

Have Tea, Will Travel

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I just returned from a week in the Midwest, working mid week with the wineries of Iowa and then onto Illinois for some time...

Afternoon Brief, April 14

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North Coast Wine Challenge underway in Santa Rosa: The 2015 Press Democrat North Coast Wine Challenge began Tuesday at the Hilton Sonoma Wine Country Hotel in Santa Rosa...

Afternoon Brief, April 13

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Yellow Tail and Constellation off to Kangaroo Court: Aussie vintners hope a Canadian wine company will roo the day it allegedly used a logo featuring Australia's favourite marsupial...

Afternoon Brief, April 10

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Majestic Wine to buy online retailer Naked Wines: Majestic Wine is to buy online rival Naked Wines for 70m GBP in a deal that puts the web retailer's founder, Rowan Gormley, in charge...

Afternoon Brief, April 9

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Constellation Sees 24% Net Sales Increase: Constellation Brands has reported a 24% increase to net sales in its 2015 end of year results, largely propelled by its Mexican beer business...

Afternoon Brief, April 8

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A likely early bloom could increase impact of a late Napa Valley frost: Unusually warm temperatures since the first of the year have accelerated development of Napa Valley's 2015 wine grape crop, prompting concerns that an early bloom could leave vines more vulnerable to frost later this spring...

Afternoon Brief, April 7

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U.S. Wine Brands Dominate 2015 Top 10 List: The wine industry as we know it today owes an inestimable debt to European knowhow and culture, but in commercial terms today's axis leans in a very different direction...
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