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Afternoon Brief, May 14

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Grape growers harvesting on average eight days earlier each decade: Researchers from the Australian Wine Research Institute are warning grape growers they must adapt to warmer and drier conditions leading to earlier harvests...

Afternoon Brief, May 13

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Rural crime adds to pain from California drought: Law enforcement officers remind farmers to be vigilant and check irrigation pumps, brass fittings and steel pipes, which remain hot items for thieves...

Objective or Subjective? How Are You Selling?

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Yesterday’s tip on Facebook touched on the difference between customer preference for objective or subjective information when considering a purchase. The preference for objective information...

Afternoon Brief, May 12

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El Niño will be substantial, warn Australian scientists: Australian scientists on Tuesday forecast a "substantial" El Niño weather phenomenon for 2015, potentially spelling deadly and costly climate extremes, after officially declaring its onset in the tropical Pacific...

Afternoon Brief: May 11

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Napa Wine Auction Goes for the Bling Factor: Auction Napa Valley has thousands of special bottles of wine on offer, but the industry's biggest fundraising event hasn't really been about the wine for years...

CK Mondavi Family Vineyards Announces Its Fourth Annual Donation to the...

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CK Mondavi announces that the 2015 in-store promotions will run May through August to financially support the men and women of the U.S. Armed...

Afternoon Brief: May 8

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Napa city planners ease up on 75% local-grape rule for wineries in industrial zones: A board member for the Commons, formerly Napa Valley Corporate Park, argued for the change, saying the clash of city and county rules has driven winemakers south to industrial sites near unincorporated Napa County Airport...

Afternoon Brief, May 7

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Auction Napa Valley 2015 Wine Lot Offerings Now Available for Preview: For wine lovers around the globe who are not able to attend, the nearly 200 E-Auction lots are a treasure trove featuring many one-of-a-kind and older vintage wines and collections often not available to the public...

Afternoon Brief, May 6

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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate Kicks Off U.S. Matter of Taste Tour in Chicago Robert Parkers Wine Advocate is debuting its inaugural Matter of Taste tour on U.S. shores in 2015 as part of a global series of exclusive events for eRobertParker.com members and guests...

Afternoon Brief, May 5

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Judge dismisses legal challenge to Paul Hobbs vineyard project: A judge has dismissed a challenge to Sonoma County's approval of the controversial Paul Hobbs Winery vineyard project in Sebastopol, potentially ending a long-running legal dispute between the vintner known for his luxury wines and community activists...

Afternoon Brief, May 4

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Diageo Mulls Sale Of Parts Of Its Wine Cellar: Sky News has learned that Diageo is examining plans to offload some of its wine brands, which include Blossom Hill and Sterling Vineyards, following approaches from a number of unidentified third parties...

Afternoon Brief, May 1

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Jackson Family Wines Collaborates with Tesla Energy to Pilot Stationary Energy Storage Systems Today Jackson Family Wines announced it has installed one of the first large-scale Tesla stationary energy storage systems across a number of its wineries...

Inaugural Sonoma County Barrel Auction Shaping up for Success

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Billed as a new Sonoma County Vintners tradition, invited wine trade and iconic Sonoma County vintners came together in a full house today at...

Afternoon Brief, April 30

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Millions In USDA Export Funds Now Available To Ag/Wine Trade Associations: In Fiscal Year 2015 the USDA's Market Access Program awarded more than $173 million to 62 American agricultural trade associations for export trade activities. This includes the Wine Institute which received more than $7 million...

Afternoon Brief, April 29

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Controversial Hop Kiln and Hale Winery development decisions appealed: Two controversial decisions in an increasingly contentious battle over winery development in Sonoma County are being appealed, placing the issue squarely before the Board of Supervisors...
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