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New Website Provides ‘One Stop Shop’ for Grape and Bulk Wine...

by Elizabeth Hans McCrone You wouldn’t necessarily identify Atlanta, GA as the hub of wine industry technology activities, but that’s exactly where Justin Charbonneau launched...

Only 20 Spots Left for International Bulk Wine & Spirits Show

Reserve Today and Also Get 2 Day Conference Pass The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) is an annual trade show and conference, open...

10 Factors to Consider when Selecting a Bulk Wine Supply Partner

IBWSS (International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show) talks to Steve Dorfman, partner at the Ciatti Company about the 10 Factors That One Should Consider...

International Bulk Wine & Spirits Show Exhibitor Registration Opens

IBWSS exhibitors are wineries and distilleries looking to sell bulk wine and spirits, producers and negociants who offer contract manufacturing or private label programs,...

Top Tips to Navigating the Bulk Wine Market

From pre-bottled shiners to recently harvested grapes, the wide range of market opportunities available in the bulk wine industry makes it one of the...

Beverage Trade Network Announces International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show in...

Beverage Trade Network is pleased to announce the launch of the International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) in San Francisco on July 26-27,...

Afternoon Brief, May 21

Sweeping Trade Bill Passes a Key Senate Vote: A flurry of last-minute deal-making on the Senate floor on Thursday rescued President Obama's ambitious trade agenda from defeat, breaking a filibuster to advance legislation that would empower the president to complete a sweeping, 12-nation Pacific trade accord...

Afternoon Brief, May 14

Grape growers harvesting on average eight days earlier each decade: Researchers from the Australian Wine Research Institute are warning grape growers they must adapt to warmer and drier conditions leading to earlier harvests...

Afternoon Brief, February 9

While sales of wine retailing for more than $9 or $10 a bottle in the U.S. are growing rapidly, sales of lower-priced wine, considered a gateway for new consumers, are buckling under strong competition from other alcoholic beverages...

Afternoon Brief, January 13

Napa Valley might have spearheaded California's emergence on the world wine scene in the past 40 years, but it is neighbouring Sonoma that appears to have seen stronger interest in vineyard acquisitions in the last couple of years...

Afternoon Brief, December 17

Bulk wine shipping and New World plantings to slow, says Rabobank: Shipping wine in bulk is set to slow, while New World plantings are also declining that's according to Rabobank's recently published World Wine Map...

Afternoon Brief, November 5

New research predicts California droughts will worsen: Future droughts in California are likely to bite deeper and last longer than the one now gripping the state, according to new research into the potential effects of climate change...

Afternoon Brief, October 17

Even normal rain won’t end California drought, expert says: California will likely remain in a drought this winter even if most areas receive normal rainfall, according to an expert from the federal Climate Prediction Center...

Afternoon Brief, October 16

Drones could become familiar sight over Wine Country vineyards: The drones are expected to be more commonplace in the Napa vineyard, likely by next year if the Federal Aviation Administration approves Yamahas application to use unmanned aircraft systems for agricultural purposes...

Afternoon Brief, October 14

Bulk wine market sluggish as 2014 harvest ends, says Ciatti: As the 2014 harvest draws to a close, the bulk wine market remains sluggish, with plentiful stocks available in most markets, says the latest report from Ciatti...