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Afternoon Brief, March 6th

First-of-Its-Kind Industry-Wide Initiative Launches to Address Sexual Harassment in Beverage Alcohol and Hospitality: 86 Harassment is a free industry resource providing employers and employees with access to training, education, a confidential hotline, and prevention tools from industry experts...

Afternoon Brief, March 4th

Southern Glazer’s to Pay California Customers $5.5 Million over Illegal Late Fees: The payment settles a case between Southern Glazer’s and restaurant owners, with the distributor also writing off $44.1m of customer debt...

Afternoon Brief, February 8th

Napa County Puts Hoopes Winery Leader in Witness Stand: Napa County's attorneys put Lindsay Hoopes of Hoopes Family Vineyard in the witness stand to question her about alleged winery rule violations...

Afternoon Brief, October 3rd

Napa Valley Finds Itself between a Rock and a Hard Place: Napa Valley wineries confront a growing set of challenges, including regulatory shifts, evolving tourist preferences and market volatility...

Afternoon Brief, September 5th

Georgian Wine Producers Lose Up to 100% of Their Vines in Storms Affecting 4,600HA: On the evening of September 2, hailstorms of unprecedented ferocity tore through the Georgia’s largest wine region, Kakheti, where around 80% of the country’s wines are produced...

Afternoon Brief, July 14th

Why This Wet, Cool Vintage Reminds Many North Coast Vintners of 2011: Some 2011 vintage wines have faced criticism for lacking the colors, flavors or acidity characteristic of North Coast red wines in the past 30 years...

Take Control of Your Nitrogen Supply: On-site Generation Saves Wineries Money...

In today's challenging landscape of rising costs and extreme competitiveness, wineries actively seek strategies to increase their profit margins. They are building their sales...

The P.R.I.C.E. Benefits of Making Your Own Nitrogen

If your business is a regular nitrogen consumer, you're likely aware of the challenges of bringing in bottled nitrogen. As many wineries have already...

Afternoon Brief, May 31st

The Jackson Family Partners with Ensemble Investments, LLC to Purchase Sonoma County’s Vintners Resort: The Jackson family has formed a strategic partnership with Ensemble Investments, LLC (Ensemble), a leading developer, owner and operator of luxury hotels and commercial real estate, to purchase Vintners Resort – an intimate, four-diamond California certified green resort on a vineyard estate – from its founders, the Carano family...

Afternoon Brief, March 30th

North Coast Wineries Should Prep for More Diverse Tasting Room Visitors: North Coast vintners should prepare for tasting-room visitors who are younger and more ethnically and financially diverse than they may be used to, according to a panel of tourism and wine industry experts Tuesday...

Afternoon Brief, March 6th

Couple Jailed in Spain Over 1.6 Million Euros Wine Heist: A Spanish court on Monday jailed a couple for stealing 45 bottles of wine worth over 1.6 million euros from a hotel restaurant in what police called a "meticulously planned" theft...

Afternoon Brief, February 13th

Oregon Liquor Director to Resign Amid Scandal Over Rare Bourbon: The director of the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission will step down this week, after revelations he and other top managers at the agency saved bottles of rare bourbon to purchase for themselves and friends...

Afternoon Brief, November 21st

Consumer Groups Obtain TTB Commitment to Issue Rulemakings on Mandatory Alcohol Labeling: A coalition of consumer groups today announced an important victory for the American public: the Treasury Department’s Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) has agreed to issue proposed rules requiring standardized alcohol content, calorie, and allergen labeling on all beer, wine and distilled spirits products...

Afternoon Brief, November 2nd

RNDC Completes Acquisition of Young’s Market Company, LLC : Republic National Distributing Company, the national distributor and broker of premium wine and spirits, announces it has acquired from Young’s Holdings, Inc. the remaining fifty percent of Young’s Market Company, LLC, which includes distribution operations in the states of Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming...

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...