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Business “Resiliency” Critical to Economic Success for Wine Industry During COVID-Era...

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By Elizabeth Hans McCrone We’re all familiar with the saying that “when the going gets tough, the tough get going,” but for an industry that...

Afternoon Brief, December 18

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Smoke Taint Reduces California Wine Crop: A reduced harvest is good news for wineries, but not necessarily for consumers...

Largest European Wine Technology Symposium Comes to U.S. in 2021

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Marco Cervellera, oenologist for Fattoria La Vialla in Italy, has attended wine technology conference Enoforum since its inception in 2000....

Afternoon Brief, December 17th

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Wine Country Is Officially Closed for Wine Tastings Under Bay Area’s New Regional Stay-at-Home Order: After several months of back-and-forth opening and closing restrictions, Bay Area wineries were handed a clear and absolute message on Wednesday: They must all close to visitors. Most notably, the new guidelines mean that wineries in Napa County, the country’s most famous wine region, will have to shut their doors as of midnight on Thursday...

Afternoon Brief, December 16th

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Enoforum, Europe’s Largest Scientific Technical Wine Congress, Coming to America: Ponte dell’Olio, Italy – ENOFORUM, the largest scientific technical congress in Europe for the wine sector, is coming to the United States on May 5-6, 2021 in Sonoma County, CA...

Geodesy: Mentoring the Next Generation of Women in Agriculture 

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With a simple, yet elegantly stylized letter, Judy Jordan made her indelible mark on the wine world...

Afternoon Brief, December 15th

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International Experts Discuss a Reimagined Wine Industry at Wine2Wine Business Forum: At the virtual exhibition, professionals from around the globe focused their attention on inclusivity, and how transparency, empathy, and equity can transform the business of wine...

Afternoon Brief, December 14th

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Wine & Spirits Continue Premiumization, but Growth Eases: As the key holiday-selling season began in earnest on Thanksgiving weekend, the off-premise alcoholic beverage market saw continued deceleration, coming off its growth highs of earlier in the year...

BOLD Predictions: Thriving Post-COVID

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After several years of record-breaking fire events, experts predicted 2020 to be the “year of recovery” for the California wine industry.  However, with the outbreak...

Afternoon Brief, December 11

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After 2020 What's Next for Wine? : It's been a year from hell, but next year might not bring much relief for wineries...

Vinventions USA Makes Gift to Sonoma State University’s Wine Industry Scholars...

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Sonoma, California - Vinventions USA - a North Carolina-based privately-owned industrial management company, and parent company of Vinventions USA, LLC—announced Thursday, December 10th, an annual...

Afternoon Brief, December 10th

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California Liquor Board Bypasses Due Process: A move by California's Alcoholic Beverage Control department ignores a basic legal principle, critics say...

Afternoon Brief, December 9th

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Wine Intelligence's Global Wine Trend Predictions for 2020 - How Did They Do?: Yes, we missed one obvious one – but then so did everyone else. How did our predicted wine consumer trends for 2020 stand up in the face of an extraordinary 12 months?...

Afternoon Brief, December 8th

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Sonoma County Supervisors Eye Changes to Rules Governing Vineyard Development: Changes sought by grape growers to Sonoma County’s ordinance governing vineyard development are set to come before the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, with proposed revisions that county leaders say will streamline permitting and encourage more environmentally friendly farming practices...

Afternoon Brief, December 7th

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Tourist Visits for State and Napa Valley May Not See Full Recovery Until 2023 ... or Later: Visitation to California is expected to decline more than 40% this year, according to a study released by the tourism advocacy nonprofit Visit California. The figure is in keeping with several of Napa Valley’s cities, which have reported similar declines...