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Turning the Tables on Anna Maria Giambanco DiPietro

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By Carl Giavanti Anna Maria Giambanco DiPietro is a writer based in Santa Barbara County, Calif. With her WSET 2 with distinction certificate in tow, she...

Will Space Grapes Change the Future of Agriculture?

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The headline question sounds hyperbolic. Let’s put it in context.  By Kathleen Willcox  Since life began on earth about 4.5 billion years ago, almost everything —...

Employment Update: Finding Good People in the Wine Industry

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Job seekers look for more as the pandemic's curb on jobs lingers.  By Laurie Wachter The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted lives and livelihoods across industries and countries....

Op Ed: Have Alternative Style Wines Become Tiresome?

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Today's cutting-edge wines are more terroir-expressive than the usual commercial styles. What I don't get, though, is how formulaic it's all become.  By Randy Caparoso I...

Michel Rolland: Lessons from a Master

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One of the original “flying winemakers,” Michel Rolland shares his thoughts on topics as wide-ranging as hot wines from France, the worldwide impact of...

Expert Editorial: Upcoming Legislation Will Directly Impact Wine Industry

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Wine is one of the most heavily regulated products on both federal and state levels — and the regulatory environments change frequently, so vigilance...

Growing Forward Recap: Preparing for the Risk Factors of Smoke &...

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Experts weigh in on preventive steps and mitigation methods for wildfire impacted vines.   By Alexandra Russell  On July 27, 2022, Wine Industry Network hosted its most...

Will TTB Eliminate All Standards of Fill?

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The TTB is asking for comment about eliminating all standards of fill for wine and spirits. By Jeff Siegel The wine industry, already beset by supply...

ULC’s Draft Shipping Changes Face Intense Industry Backlash

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Will proposed standardization of shipping laws be an unintentional setback? By Jeff Siegel This month, the Uniform Law Commission (ULC; an attorney committee otherwise best known...

Turning the Tables on Cathy Huyghe

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Cathy Huyghe is a writer, entrepreneur and mindfulness proponent.  She writes about the business and politics of the wine industry in her column for Forbes...

Mergers and Acquisitions Aren’t Stopping. But Could They Slow Down?

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With the raising of interest rates by the Federal Reserve, one may wonder if the recent flurry of M&A can continue. By Barbara Barielle   Daily news...

Expert Editorial: How Real-Time Data Is Advancing the Winemaking Process

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With fast evolving technology and fermentation monitoring in wine, we are about to witness a revolution that will take this industry to a new...

Cultivars in the Commonwealth App Helps Pennsylvania Growers Share Vital Information

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 “I want to empower the state’s growers to give us feedback. Hopefully, the truth shakes out across all the variations of vineyard sites.” —Cain...

Turning the Tables on Michael Alberty

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Michael Alberty, aka The Storyteller, is headed to Wine Enthusiast magazine as its Oregon, Washington and Canadian wines reviewer. He also writes about wine...

Napa Changes Its Rules to Allow Microwineries

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Family farms have just been given the chance to survive and prosper in Napa County. By Barbara Barrielle On, April 5, 2022 the Napa County Board...
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