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Afternoon Brief, July 1

Gov. Newsom Orders Indoor Restaurants, Wineries, Movie Theaters to Close in Most of CA: Effective immediately, California is instructing certain sectors to close indoor operations for all counties that have been on the state's watch list for three consecutive days...

Allied Grape Growers’ Emilio Miranda Retires After 44-Year Career in Wine...

FRESNO, June 30, 2020 – Emilio Miranda, viticulturist and grower relations representative for Allied Grape Growers (AGG), retired today after four decades in the...

Afternoon Brief, May 7

Pandemic Makes Winery Buyers Skittish About Buying Grapes During Upcoming Harvest: The disruption triggered by the coronavirus pandemic adds uncertainty to a domestic wine sector already grappling with an oversupply of grapes and bulk wine, making regional wineries even more skittish to commit to buying fruit during this year's wine grape harvest, a top industry analyst said Wednesday...

Afternoon Brief, April 15

Top-Tier Napa Cab for $10? With Bulk Wine Prices so Low, New Brands Offer Deep Discounts: It sounds too good to be true. A $50 Napa Cabernet, repackaged and sold for $10 a bottle. A $40 Anderson Valley Chardonnay priced starting at $1 a bottle. How, you might ask? Because it's bulk wine...

Afternoon Brief, April 1

Coronavirus Brings Quick Changes to State Alcohol Laws: States are temporarily relaxing laws on alcohol purchases, providing a major win to the beer, wine and spirits lobby during the coronavirus pandemic...

Afternoon Brief, September 26

How Cameron Hughes Plays the Allocation Shuffle with California's Wine Glut - The last time I interviewed Cameron Hughes, CEO of the giant wine distributor under his name, he told me about how some of most illustrious cult wines of California, whose bottlings win 95-point ratings from the wine media and sell for hundreds of dollars ...

Afternoon Brief, July 25

New Wine Shopper Data Solution Helps Wineries Achieve Distribution Success Label Analytics has a new unique tool for wineries already in the wholesale market, or those just jumping on the bandwagon when it comes to distribution. Many wineries find it difficult to break into the threetier system and gain any traction when a preponderance of the wines on the shelf are owned by large operations...

Afternoon Brief, March 19

"Very high levels of arsenic" in top-selling wines: A proposed class action lawsuit is being filed Thursday in California that claims some of the country's top selling wines have high levels of arsenic...