Hospitality

Taking the Reins: The Next Generation Is Putting Their Mark on...

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By Paul Vigna In an industry where a majority of the businesses nationally are owned and operated by families, meet three next gen owners who...

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...

J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines: 50 Years as Champions of the...

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Back in 1972, Jerry Lohr and his young family planted vines in the Arroyo Seco region of Monterey County, Calif. Among them were Riesling,...

Expert Editorial: Open Communication Builds Bridges Between Customers and Staff

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By Rod Hughes Like every other industry, wineries are facing staffing and supply shortages as well as hard-to-source equipment parts and increased shipping costs. However,...

These Wine Professionals Started Virtual Businesses During the Pandemic—Here’s What They’ve...

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How three entrepreneurs launched digital services and plan to sustain them in a post-pandemic world. —Chasity Cooper Pre-pandemic, wine enthusiasts of all levels would travel the...

As Restaurants Reopen, Sommeliers Re-Envision Wine Lists

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What producers need to know to get their wines into the hospitality sector. —Melanie Young Restaurants closed throughout much of 2020 when the novel coronavirus caused...
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