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Afternoon Brief, August 16

The End of Cabernet in Napa Valley?: Cabernet Sauvignon grapes make Americas favorite wine, and they are the lifeblood of Napa Valley, our country’s most famous wine region. Cabernet accounts for 65 percent of the grapevines grown in Napa, where last year the crop reached a record $1 billion in gross value ...

Afternoon Brief, August 13

Notable Sonoma County Wine Executive's Vineyard Business Firm Accused of Water Quality Violations - Prominent Sonoma County wine executive Hugh Reimers, who last month abruptly left as president of Foley Family Wines, faces allegations that his grape growing company has violated regional, state and federal water quality laws for improperly clearing land near Cloverdale to build a vineyard ...

Afternoon Brief, July 28

Bacteria Behind Lethal Vine Disease Found on French Soil: The Xylella fastidiosa bacteria has been discovered on the island of Corsica, just over 18 months after its first recorded appearance in Europe, in olive groves in Italy.

Afternoon Brief, July 16

Ron Rubin Makes Contribution to Sonoma State’s Wine Spectator Learning Center: Ron Rubin, of The Rubin Family of Wines, is honored to have committed a gift to the Wine Spectator Learning Center, the future home of the Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University

Afternoon Brief, July 13

Women for WineSense launches Human Resources Roundtable IV: The Napa | Sonoma Chapter of Women for WineSense (WWS) will launch a new group, Human Resources Roundtable IV, on August 5th

Afternoon Brief, July 8

International Sparkling Awards – Italy Launches the First International Award Dedicated to “Sparkling” Wine: The centuries – old traditions and chalices of emotion: the most elegant wine in the world now has an exclusive award.

Afternoon Brief, July 6

Alcohol Beverage Segments Finding Common Ground in Legislation and Marketplace: As millennial consumption continues to drive marketplace innovation and all sectors of the alcohol beverage industry are projected to rise, wine, beer, cider and spirits segments may be finding increasing reasons to work together for their proverbial common good.