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Afternoon Brief, February 14th

Pledge of €230 Million to French Winegrowers Is an ’Empty Promise’, Say Vignerons: The emergency fund promised to French winegrowers amid farmer protests is "just a promise", Rhône Valley vignerons tell Eloise Feilden...

Afternoon Brief, September 15th

Exchange Rates Unlikely to Impact Wine Prices: As the value of the Euro, relative to the dollar, dropped to historic lows, wine industry executives have started to wonder if this decrease will help mitigate some of the other rising costs of importing wine. This is the first time in two decades that the dollar has basically hit value parity with the Euro...

Afternoon Brief, June 8th

Petition Filed to Establish Pocket Peak AVA in Sonoma County: A collective group of Sonoma County winegrowers have filed a petition with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau to establish a new Pocket Peak American Viticultural Area (AVA)...

19 Crimes Cali Red Named #1 Selling Single Wine in New...

Napa, California (June 8th, 2022) – Today, 19 Crimes Cali Red was recognized as the #1 selling single wine in IRI’s New Product Pacesetter history based...

Afternoon Brief, April 11th

Napa County Wineries Sued Over Website Accessibility Call for More Clear Compliance Terms: Dozens of Napa County wineries have been sued for website accessibility non-compliance in the last year, causing frustration and confusion for the businesses hit with the lawsuits...

Afternoon Brief, February 23rd

Cold Snap Could Trigger Problems for North Bay Grape Growers: Plummeting temperatures this week are cause for concern among some North Bay grape growers, prompting fears that the unseasonably cold conditions could damage their crops...

Afternoon Brief, February 21st

Wine Company Denied Liquor License, Does NYS Have the Right to Determine If It's Viable?: Does New York State have a right to determine whether your business is viable? That’s the question after a Rochester entrepreneur, hoping to open a natural wine shop, was denied his liquor license this week...

Afternoon Brief, February 14th

European Union Lurches Towards Prohibition: A crunch meeting of the European Parliament could cast the terrible shadow of temperance across Europe...

Afternoon Brief, January 6th

Republic National Distributing Company Purchases White Mountain Beverage: Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC), the national distributor and broker of premium wine and spirits, purchased White Mountain Beverage, an independent Anheuser-Busch wholesaler, combining wine and spirits with beer to have one consolidated route to market...

19 Crimes Partners with Martha Stewart and Marquee Brands to Launch...

Napa, CA (January 6, 2022) – 19 Crimes adds a new face to its lineup of boundary pushing and culture molding characters: the iconic Martha...
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Afternoon Brief, January 4th

Sonoma County Winemaking Club Hit with COVID Outbreak: By the time Dec. 11 rolled around, the Garage Enologists of Sonoma County were a bit starved for normalcy. The well-established amateur winemaking club had conducted most of its monthly meetings via Zoom since the start of the pandemic...

Afternoon Brief, December 14th

PET Bottles—The Future of Wine Packaging: Between supply chain issues, sustainability initiatives, and an increase in the DtC market space, producers are investing in the light-weight alternative wine bottle...

Afternoon Brief, March 15th

Gallo Aims for a Diverse Wine Portfolio to Embody and Reflect a Diverse World: In December last year the Federal Trade Commission finally approved the acquisition by E. & J. Gallo Winery (Gallo) of more than 30 wine brands from Constellation Brands, Inc., which was first announced in April 2019...

19 Crimes Drops New Rosé with Snoop Dogg

Snoop Cali Rosé is set to be the sip of the summer following success of 19 Crimes and Snoop Dogg’s debut collaboration, Snoop Cali...