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Afternoon Brief, September 19th

Sonoma County Wine Auction Returns at Healdsburg’s Chalk Hill Estate Vineyards: There were plenty of spiraling bids at the main attraction of the Sonoma County Wine Auction on Saturday, with signs the charitable fundraiser entering its fourth decade could surpass last year’s take of $1.7-plus million...

Afternoon Brief, May 31st

Wine's Supply Crisis: Opportunity in Disguise: As supply-chain issues bite, wineries are looking at innovative ways to cut costs – and help the environment...

Afternoon Brief, May 4th

Crews Battle Fire at a Wine-Making Facility in Florence County: A fire at a wine-making facility in the Cartersville community on Lamar Highway in Florence County is now contained and under control, according to officials with the Sardis-Timmonsville Fire Department...

Afternoon Brief, April 25th

Enoforum USA: Bringing International Research and Innovation Stateside: On May 11, 2022, Enoforum USA will open doors for an in-person day of educational seminars, informational tasting sessions and equipment demonstrations. The line-up of events promises to propel the U.S. wine industry forward by sharing the results of international oenological research featuring the latest innovations in winemaking and production...

Association of African American Vintners Celebrates 20 Years with Symposium, Fundraiser...

Livermore, Calif. (April 22, 2022)—Celebrating two decades of advocacy for diversity and inclusion in the wine industry is the focus of a full weekend...

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...

Wine Industry Needs to Ramp Up Recruitment in Competitive Job Market

HR experts discuss key techniques to recruiting and maintaining a strong wine business team. —Melanie Young Building a strong workforce is essential for many industries, including...

Uncorked & Cultured Celebrates Juneteenth in Napa & Beyond Honoring the...

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, JUNE 10, 2021  -- In the mid-1850s, Edward and Susan Hatton arrived in Napa Valley looking for opportunities in the...

Afternoon Brief, June 17

A Black Winemaking Revolution in the Making: As Black Lives Matter protests drive more business to black winemakers, some wonder if a change is going to come...

Afternoon Brief, June 5

More Drinkers Cut Than Increase Alcohol in Lockdown, Survey Says: People missing out on drinking in restaurants and bars during coronavirus lockdowns are not entirely making up for it by pouring more at home, a survey of nine countries conducted on behalf of beer, wine and spirits companies showed...
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