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Afternoon Brief, June 14th

The Changing Tide of Napa Grapes: Riesling and Cabernet Franc garner highest prices in Napa. What does that mean? Napa’s old guard—Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay—still rule. But for how long?...

Afternoon Brief, June 10th

Warren Winiarski, Famed Napa Valley Winemaker, Dies at 95: Warren Winiarski, co-founder with his wife Barbara of the famed Stag's Leap Wine Cellars, passed away June 7, 2024, as he was preparing for his 60th harvest in the Napa Valley... :

Afternoon Brief, June 7th

Bars and Nightclubs Beware! The Drug Testing Regime Starts on July 1st and You Must Be Ready: Starting July 1, 2024, holders of a Type 48 (bars and nightclubs that do not sell food) license issued by the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) must be able to provide drug testing devices to customers, as stated in Business and Professions Code § 25624...

Afternoon Brief, June 5th

Feds Grill Ex-Workers from Iconic NYC Wine Shop Sherry-Lehmann as Fraud Probe Heats Up: The feds may be close to putting a cork in their year-long probe of iconic wine shop Sherry-Lehmann — and potentially bringing charges against its former owners for allegedly scamming customers out of their vintage bottles...

How to Build a Sales Process to Grow and Get New...

Are you ready to take your sales and distribution to the next level? Join us for a FREE 55-minute webinar featuring Sid Patel, CEO of Beverage Trade...

Afternoon Brief, April 18th

E-Tongue Can Detect White Wine Spoilage Before Humans Can: While the electronic tongue bears little physical resemblance to its namesake, the strand-like sensory probes of the “e-tongue” still outperformed human senses when detecting contaminated wine in a recent study...

Afternoon Brief, March 21st

Sherry-Lehmann’s Park Ave. Landlord Gets OK to Clear Out Booze in $4.8 Million Rent Dispute — After a Year of Collecting Dust: Iconic wine retailer Sherry-Lehmann’s Park Avenue landlord has won permission to finally clear out old shelves, fixtures and leftover bottles of wine at the storied shop — which have been collecting dust for more than a year since it shuttered in scandal...

Afternoon Brief, March 20th

Thieves Hit Chablis Winery, Stealing More Than 1,000 Bottles: Thieves entered Domaine du Château de Viviers undetected in the middle of the night and stole wines with a total estimated value of more than €50,000, said the Chablis producer...

Afternoon Brief, March 18th

Founding Winemaker James Hall Buys Back Patz & Hall from Ste. Michelle Wine Estates: James Hall, the founding partner and winemaker, has repurchased Patz & Hall winery from Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, which has owned the winery since 2016...

2024 USA Trade Tasting: A Must Attend Event

Get ready for a truly exceptional experience at USATT 2024 on May 22–23, 2024, in Chicago! The USATT 2024 event promises to be the...

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...

International Bulk Wine & Spirits Show 2024 Returns to San Francisco,...

March 4th - The 2024 International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) is all set to happen for the 7th time in San Francisco...

Afternoon Brief, February 29th

TTB Listens to Wine Industry: The TTB wants to hear what the industry thinks about label regulations, so Wine-Searcher's US editor had his say...

Afternoon Brief, February 28th

Enrico Scavino, One of Piedmont's Winemaking Greats, Dies at 82: A member of the Barolo Boys, Scavino was unafraid to mix tradition with modernity in the name of outstanding wine...

Afternoon Brief, February 22nd

Former Employee Arrested in Nov. Vandalism of Woodinville Winery and Draining 24K Bottles of Wine: Detectives arrested a former employee suspected of breaking into and draining roughly 24,000 bottles of wine at a Woodinville winery in November 2023...