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Afternoon Brief, July 12th

July Brings a Mixed Bag of New State Alcohol Laws: California bartenders will need to be certified, while Virginians can now bring up to three gallons of booze across state lines...

Afternoon Brief, June 6th

No Charges in Crash That Killed Former Chez Panisse Wine Director: The motorist in the fatal crash involving bicyclist Jonathan Waters, prominent former wine director at Chez Panisse restaurant in Berkeley, will not be charged, Oakland police said...

Afternoon Brief, May 6th

Washington Wine Allocates Nearly $1 Million to Wine Research for Upcoming Year: The broad research projects aim to improve wine quality by tackling high priority vineyard and winery issues...

Afternoon Brief, April 22nd

Farming for the Future Marks New Milestone in Sonoma County: Winegrape commission announces installation and use of ford pro telematics available to all winegrape farmers...

Afternoon Brief, April 7th

THURSDAY, APRIL 07 TRENDING STORY   Constellation Buys Oregon's Lingua Franca Master Sommelier Larry Stone's Willamette Valley winery joins Schrader and Booker in the wine giant's premium portfolio...   FEATURED...

Afternoon Brief, March 7th

Legal Dispute Roils Wine Company Leadership: Stamford-headquartered Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits (DFSW) andits associated constellation of companies have collected an impressive portfolio of wine and liquor brands over the course of more than 40 years, including the popular Josh Cellars brand of Californian wines, the Yellow Tail label from Australia and several brands of whiskey, vodka and gin...

Afternoon Brief, December 23rd

Wine and RTD Wine Cocktail Purchases Expected to be Higher for 2021 Holiday Season: The last two months of the year are traditionally a season of increased sales for wine and total alcohol in general, as consumers rush to purchase holiday beverages...

Afternoon Brief, December 22nd

Unheard of - Young Vines Shattered by Frost in Bordeaux: At the end of autumn, master pruner Massimo Giudici of Simonit & Sirch discovered grapevine trunks devastated by spring frosts in Cabernet-Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot vineyards located in Barsac and Pujols in southern Gironde...

Afternoon Brief, November 9th

As Restaurants Reopen, Sommeliers Re-Envision Wine Lists: Restaurants closed throughout much of 2020 when the novel coronavirus caused a series of lockdowns. To cover the costs of lost sales and in order to continue to pay employees, the monthly rent, and attempt to stay in business, some restaurants resorted to selling much—in some cases all—of their wine inventories...

Afternoon Brief, November 5th

Historically Low World Wine Production Expected: In 2021 extremely low world wine production volume is expected, at a level similar to 2017. This would be the third consecutive year where the global production level is below average...

Afternoon Brief, September 21st

Scientists Develop Organic Cure for Pierce’s Disease: Testing continues, but new treatment meets approval of U.S. EPA and several state regulators...
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