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Afternoon Brief, April 7th

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The Bollinger Family to Acquire Ponzi Vineyards: The Bollinger family, owners of iconic Champagne Bollinger in addition to four other historic estates in France, announce the upcoming acquisition of their first winery in the United States, with the purchase of Oregon’s famed Ponzi Vineyards...

Auction of Washington Wines Hosts 2021 Wine & Music Week, May...

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April 7th - This year, Auction of Washington Wines’ annual Wine & Music event will take place over a full week to celebrate the bounty of Washington...

Afternoon Brief, March 4th

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Napa County Wineries Dive Into Wildfire Prevention After Big Glass Fire Losses: The Glass Fire last fall has made wildfire prevention and protection a higher priority than project permit processing for Napa Valley Vintners, a trade group that represents over 500 wine producers and related businesses...

Afternoon Brief, March 2nd

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SipSource Issues 2020 Annual Report Detailing Improved Depletion Trends in 2020 and Predicting "COVID Hangover" in 2021: SipSource, the first and only source for wine and spirits distributor depletion data, today announced the issuance of its 2020 Annual Report that identifies wine and spirits trends and explores commercial and consumer trends during the COVID-19 pandemic...

Auction of Washington Wines Announces 2021 Lineup of Online, Virtual and...

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This year's events, benefiting Washington State University Viticulture & Enology Research and Seattle Children’s, include a week-long celebration of Wine & Music and the...

Afternoon Brief, February 1st

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Direct Shipping from Wineries to US Homes Hit New Highs in 2020, but Restrictive State Law Limits New Jersey to Nation’s Lowest Growth: No doubt spurred by pandemic-induced limits on travel, dining and shopping, shipments of wine direct from U.S. wineries to consumers in 2020 experienced the largest recorded single year growth ever — but New Jersey consumers barely participated, due to a needlessly restrictive state law...

Auction of Washington Wines Private Barrel Auction Goes Virtual April 19-20

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Open to members of the wine trade, auction benefits Washington State University Viticulture & Enology Research February 1 - This year’s Auction of Washington Wines’ (AWW)...

Afternoon Brief, November 4

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King of Wine Fraud Facing Freedom: He's back! Rudy Kurniawan gets out of prison this week, so lock up your wine cellars...

Auction of Washington Wines to Host First-Ever “Bid for Bottles –...

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Inaugural wine-only online auction benefits Seattle Children’s & Washington State University Viticulture & Enology Research WHAT: The Auction of Washington Wines’ (AWW) first-ever “Bid for...

Afternoon Brief, September 1

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NJ’s Largest Wine and Spirits Wholesalers to Pay $4M Each for Unfair Trade Scheme: New Jersey’s two largest wine and spirits wholesalers must pay $4 million each – the largest in Alcoholic Beverage Control history – to resolve findings that they unfairly favored their largest retail customers, Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced Tuesday...

Afternoon Brief, August 17

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Pioneering Study ‘Fingerprints’ Russian River Valley Sites: A breakthrough study into the relationship between wine and terroir found samples of Pinot Noir taken immediately after fermentation could be identified as to which of five Russian River Valley sub-zones they came from based on the clusters of chemical elements in each wine…

Auction of Washington Wines Raises Over $1.74 Million During First-Ever Virtual...

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Nonprofit benefits Seattle Children’s, Washington State University Viticulture & Enology Research and the Auction of Washington Wines SEATTLE – Aug. 17, 2020 — The Auction of Washington...

Afternoon Brief, August 7

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California Rolls Out Its Toughest Vintage: Harvest time is usually a celebratory affair in wine country, but this year is different...

Auction of Washington Wines Takes Events Online, Aug. 11-15

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Participants can bid on exclusive wines and experiences including Honorary Chair Karen MacNeil’s Washington-Napa experience, a pair of Honorary Vintner Mark McNeilly’s Mark Ryan...

Afternoon Brief, June 11

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Data Shows Economists Are Wrong—Wine Industry Doesn’t Support Trump: Quite recently the American Association of Wine Economists (AAWE) made headlines by publishing a dataset highlighting presidential campaign contributions originating from individuals in the wine industry. It created a bit of a stir, particularly the AAWE’s conclusion that “The U.S. Wine Industry overwhelmingly supports President Trump”. Some thought this conclusion misrepresented the data and reality...