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Consumer Study by Drizly Paints Emerging Picture of How Gen Z...

New research from alcohol ecommerce leader reveals both surprising similarities and marked differences between generations of imbibers BOSTON, Oct. 1, 2019, - Drizly, the nation's...

Afternoon Brief, September 30

Russian River Valley Wines Sweep Top Honors at 2019 Sonoma County Harvest Fair Awards: A pinot noir, a chardonnay and a sparkling brut rosé - all produced from Russian River Valley grapes - won the coveted sweepstakes awards Sunday night at the Sonoma County Harvest Awards Gala...

What Part of Reality Are You Missing? Augmenting Smart Packaging

What Part of Reality Are You Missing? Augmenting Smart Packaging - What are customers looking for in wine packaging that most wineries are ignoring or missing at this point? Simply put, it’s the story. Says Peter Oberdorfer, founder and President of Tactic ...

Afternoon Brief, September 27

Police Dismantle Grape Harvest Human Trafficking Ring: In a joint operation on 17 September, over 80 law enforcers from both Bulgaria and France helped to raid an organised crime group involved in labour exploitation and money laundering. The group recruited workers from Bulgaria for the harvest season in France ...

North America Accounts for Over 1/3rd of Volume Sales of Beverage...

A leading research firm, opines that the overall sales of beverage cans were pegged at more than US$ 45 Bn in 2018 and the...

Afternoon Brief, September 26

How Cameron Hughes Plays the Allocation Shuffle with California's Wine Glut - The last time I interviewed Cameron Hughes, CEO of the giant wine distributor under his name, he told me about how some of most illustrious cult wines of California, whose bottlings win 95-point ratings from the wine media and sell for hundreds of dollars ...

Afternoon Brief, September 25

The Mysterious and Not Fully Understandable Wine Defect Popping Up in Natural Wines: Mouse - You can't smell it. At first, you can't taste it. But once you do, you'll wish you'd never opened the bottle. It's a stealthy little pest known as mouse, or mousiness, an off-flavor that can infect wines ...

Automated Wine Marketing Has Potential to Boost Company Revenues by as...

If someone told you that you could increase your business by a whopping 50 percent through an affordable technology using the principles of preference based marketing, would you be willing to give it a shot?

Creating a People-Centric Wine Business

Creating a People-Centric Wine Business - “The future isn't about technology”, says Geoff Ables, managing partner at C5 Insight. “It's about people - and it's about how technology will aid businesses in delivering better experiences to customers and ...

Afternoon Brief, September 24

For California Wineries During Harvest, PG&E Power Outages Could Be Disastrous - Jon Phillips, a Santa Rosa winemaker, walked into his local hardware store in search of a generator only to learn another customer had walked out with the last one ...

Tenshen Celebrates Five Years with Release of First Varietal Wine

Guarachi Wine Partners Expands Acclaimed Brand with 100% Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon (Los Angeles, Calif.) September 2019 – Guarachi Wine Partners’ tenshen brand is celebrating...

Afternoon Brief, September 23

Vintage Wine Estates Continues to Grow in the Pacific Northwest with the Acquisition of Owen Roe: Vintage Wine Estates announced the addition of Owen Roe, with locations in Yakima, Washington (winery, vineyards and tasting room) and Willamette Valley, Oregon (tasting room) to its fine wine portfolio ...

Afternoon Brief, September 20

North Coast Grape Growers Fear Tons of Fruit Will Be Left on the Vine Unsold: As he hustled around a flatbed trailer parked along the road earlier this week, Will Ivancovich was abuzz during the first day of grape picking for this years harvest at his Kenwood vineyard. Clad in a white fedora hat and with an unlit cigar dangling from his mouth, the 71-year-old Ivancovich easily kept up with the workers decades younger...

English Translation of Attilio Scienza and Serena Imazio’s Bestseller on the...

The English translation of Italian nonfiction bestseller La Stirpe del Vino (Sperling & Kupfer) written by experts in vine genetics Attilio Scienza and Serena...

Afternoon Brief, September 19

Napa Planning Commission Asks for More Time to Study Bremer Winery Compliance: Bremer Family Winery, which has been a focus of thorny county code and permit controversies, ran into a delay as it works to come into compliance. The winery recently settled with Napa County over a lawsuit in which the county alleged a variety of illegalities, which the Bremers contested...