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Afternoon Brief, September 10

Wineries Achieving DTC Success with Personalization, eCommerce Optimization, and Targeting Strategies: Day two of Wine Industry Network’s Sales Symposium offered a multitude of data-driven insights for the direct-to-consumer oriented winery...

Afternoon Brief, March 25

Jackson Family Wines: Reading The Off-Premise Surge: Wine sales in the off-premise have been exploding, and Jackson Family Wines has been at the forefront on the producer side—particularly with its Kendall-Jackson and La Crema brands...

Afternoon Brief, December 9

3 Years of Hurt on Horizon, but Despite Challenges Wine Remains Relevant - Few people have the vantage point of Carolyn Wente, 4th generation winegrower and CEO of Wente Vineyards in the Livermore Valley. Not many winemaking families still exist in America that have been serially and continually involved in the wine industry for more than 3 generations ...

Afternoon Brief, October 17

Hit by Trade War, California Winemakers See Their Carefully Cultivated Market in China Shrivel: Big tariffs and anti-American sentiment have hit hard, soon after US vineyards developed a following among Chinese consumers...

Afternoon Brief, July 25

Foley Family Wines of Santa Rosa President Hugh Reimers Abruptly Leaves Company: Hugh Reimers, a hard-charging Australian wine executive, abruptly left his position this week as president of Foley Family Wines of Santa Rosa less than two years after being hired to bolster the company's position in the marketplace...

Afternoon Brief, July 12

How to Stop Losing Half Your New Winery Club Members in First 15 Months: Churn may make great ice cream and butter, but churn in winery club membership can sour a significant source of sales for many North Coast wineries. Yet, modern tools for digesting the increasing flow of sales and consumer data can yield greater long-term revenue, according to marketing experts...

Afternoon Brief, November 27

California Winery Should Lose Oregon Licenses for Label Violations, Says OLCC: California winery Copper Cane should lose its licenses to distribute wine or do retail business within the state of Oregon, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission has recommended...

Afternoon Brief, October 29

The Winery That Cried Wolf on Cork: Amorim, the largest cork producer in the world has made major innovations in closures over the years. From updating cork-harvesting techniques and standards to producing higher quality corks for less money with less labor the Santa Maria de Lamas, Portugal-based cork giant has constantly attempted to innovate and change up the game on the wine closure industry...

Afternoon Brief, August 17

Locals Continue to Clash with Sonoma Wineries: While many wine country regions have welcomed revenue from new businesses, the somewhat-still-rural hamlet of Sonoma County clearly has conflicted sentiments...

Afternoon Brief, July 30

Carriers Trashing Wine Shipments Some shipments of wine from New York are being confiscated and destroyed...

Afternoon Brief, July 13

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: The World's Most Wanted Wines It's the usual suspects for our most searched-for wines, but there's a surprise...

Afternoon Brief, July 5

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Canada’s Wine Sector to Benefit from Over $9M in Investment The Canadian Grapevine Certification Network will receive investment...

Afternoon Brief, March 5

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Two 'Second Acts' in the Napa Valley Wine Industry: The Araujo and Krupp Families Napa Valley has changed....

Afternoon Brief, July 12

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Most of California's Wine Grapes Should Find a Home by Harvest A mid-June review by Turrentine Brokerage of...

Afternoon Brief, December 30

North Coast Vintners Celebrate a Banner Year for Sparkling Wine: It's been a banner year for sparkling wine as consumers expand their thirst for bubbly well beyond New Year's Eve—and North Coast producers are celebrating...