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Afternoon Brief, February 7th

Prohibition Era Over? State House Passes Bill to Legalize Sale of Liquor, Wine in Small Towns: The House passed a bill that would no longer prohibit Mississippi’s small towns from selling liquor and wine — a Prohibition-era carryover still enforced for municipalities in many “dry” counties...

Afternoon Brief, January 22nd

Bomb Blows Up French Wine War: A dispute between French producers and importers of Spanish wine is getting darker, with violence returning to the south of France...

Afternoon Brief, November 7th

Changing Consumer Palettes May Cause Growers to Shrink Winegrape Acreage: Wine industry experts are now saying the state is growing too many wine grapes to keep supply and demand balanced...

Afternoon Brief, October 19th

Vintners union vows to stop cheap imports from entering French market and says the government ‘bears a heavy responsibility’...

Afternoon Brief, June 12th

Shafer Acquires ‘World Class’ Napa Vineyard: California’s Shafer Vineyards has supercharged its Cabernet Sauvignon offering with its latest purchase, a vineyard in Napa’s Atlas Peak AVA...

Afternoon Brief, December 22nd

€2 Million of ‘Fake Champagne’ Confiscated from Producer Over Fraudulent Practises: A Champagne producer has been confiscated of nearly 300,000 bottles from their cellar, after mixing certified grapes with disqualified varieties...

ATPGroup Offers a Full Range of Enology Specialty Products

Antioxidants, antimicrobials, enzymes, fining agents, malolactic bacteria, stabilizers, tannins, and more.; Fermentis yeasts and yeast derivatives; cellar supplies; filtration aids & media; cleaning &...

Afternoon Brief, May 16th

Successful Launch for the Inaugural Enoforum USA: Enoforum, Europe’s most popular technical conference for winemakers, had its U.S. debut on Wednesday, May 11, at the Sonoma County Event Center. The inaugural Enoforum USA welcomed over 200 wine industry professionals...

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 29th

AI Sommelier Generates Wine Reviews Without Ever Opening a Bottle: A new algorithm writes wine and beer reviews that sound like they were penned by human critics. Is that a good thing?...

Cold Stabilizing Wine Just Before Shipping Is Sustainable and Cost-effective

Sustainability has escalated into a top concern for consumers, governments and businesses worldwide. Consumer goods manufacturers have developed complex zero-waste water and energy conservation...

Parsec’s Aphromate Plus Automates Charmat Sparkling Wine Production

ATPGroup and their trusted partner Parsec move into the US sparkling wine production market. Introducing Aphromate Plus which offers an innovative and precise control system...

Afternoon Brief, March 22nd

Sonoma County’s AG, Wine and Health Communities Have Vaccinated More Than 95% of Essential Vineyard and Wine Production Workers: Sonoma County may have the most successful vaccination effort of essential ag and production workers in the state and possibly the country to date with more than 95% of workers now vaccinated...

Afternoon Brief, January 22nd

The 2020 Wildfires Could Cost California’s Wine Industry $3.7 Billion — but It Doesn’t Have to Be That Way: An early estimate of what last year’s disasters may have cost, in this week’s Drinking with Esther newsletter...

Afternoon Brief, January 21st

North Coast Wine Business Will Feel Effect of the Pandemic for Some Time, Expert Says: While the second half of this year is expected to much better for the North Coast wine business as restaurants and tasting rooms reopen with greater vaccine distribution, the coronavirus pandemic is going to have longer-term impacts on the industry than economic and natural disasters in the past three decades, a key industry analyst said this week...