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Afternoon Brief, April 12th

The Largest European Conference Focused on Technical Innovation in the Wine Industry Is Coming to the US: Wine Industry Network is proud to partner with VINIDEA to launch the ENOFORUM USA event in Santa Rosa, CA, on May 11th...

Afternoon Brief, February 1st

The Dust Settles on Prowein’s Rescheduled Date: What We’ve Learned: Trade fairs for the global wine and spirits industry are big business, both in their own right for the organizers and as locations for the facilitation of business for vendors and participants...

Afternoon Brief, December 27th

After Four Harrowing Years of Smoke and Fires, Bay Area Wineries Rejoice in a ‘Normal’ Harvest: Bay Area winemakers will remember 2021 as the year without wildfires. In sharp contrast to the last several years, no Wine Country estates were destroyed, no Cabernet grapes tainted by smoke, no fermentations abandoned in the wake of an emergency evacuation order...

Afternoon Brief, November 23rd

2019 St. Anne’s Crossing “Shumahi” Primitivo Takes Best of Show for Sonoma Valley at 2021 Harvest Challenge Competition: The Sonoma Valley AVA took the big prize at the 2021 Harvest “Terroir” Challenge, the only competition to judge wines by American Viticultural Area...

Afternoon Brief, September 15th

North Coast Judge Denies Release of Wine Held in Smoke Damage Case: A Sonoma County wine grape grower had a setback in trying to convince a Lake County judge to order the release of tens of thousands of gallons of 2020 wine being held by a vintner that’s alleging hundreds of thousands of dollars in smoke damage from the fruit...

Afternoon Brief, September 3rd

Winery Insurance Coverage Reinstated by Fair Plan: On Thursday, the California FAIR Plan, the state’s insurer of last resort, announced it will resume offering basic insurance coverage for winery buildings and business personal property not involved with the growing and cultivating of grapes and crops...

Afternoon Brief, May 28

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Constellation Brands and E. & J. Gallo Further Revise Wine and Spirits Agreement in Connection with Federal...

Afternoon Brief, May 13

Wine Adjusts to Evolving Marketplace Amid Pandemic: Virtual vineyard and winery tours, dinner-and-wine kits, and supper-at-home have replaced the pre-pandemic Lets eat out tonight adventures, and Ciatti, Global Wine and Grape Brokers based in Novato, Calif., say that trend is reflected in their latest California Report...

Afternoon Brief, December 19

3-Tier Wine Symposium Announced: The Wine Industry Network (WIN) today announced the launch of the 3-Tier Wine Symposium, a one-day intensive educational conference focused on how to best navigate the evolving and complicated world of distributor relations along with how to capitalize on the opportunities that still exist in the wholesale channel ...

Afternoon Brief, September 21

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Wine Institute Releases Results of New California Wine Tourism Survey Results of a new online survey of more...

Afternoon Brief, March 8

California's Trailblazing Women Winemakers: The First 20 Years (1965 to 1984): Women and men alike have long been involved in the production of wine in California, but historically few women were known as winemakers. In 2012, when we began our project on California Women Winemakers, a key goal was to identify the state's women winemakers and illuminate their contributions to the wine industry...

Afternoon Brief, February 8

Traveling? Don't Drink the Water, Drink Wine: For many, alcohol and travel go hand-in-hand. Even when you're not in wine country, you're likely celebrating your respite from responsibility with a tipple or two...

Afternoon Brief, January 30

Is the Intelligent Vineyard the Future of Winegrape Growing?: Phil Asmundson is by no means a veteran viticulturist, but a half-dozen years ago, after watching his wife and business partner, Kim, augering soil samples, he recalls turning to her and saying, "No offense, but there's got to be a better way"...

Afternoon Brief, January 11

San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Draws 6,850 Entries: This week's San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition won't break last year's record, but the 6,850 entries still makes it the largest in the United States...

Afternoon Brief, December 30

North Coast Vintners Celebrate a Banner Year for Sparkling Wine: It's been a banner year for sparkling wine as consumers expand their thirst for bubbly well beyond New Year's Eve—and North Coast producers are celebrating...