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Permit Sonoma Leads “Visioning” Sessions for Cannabis Regulation

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The public is greatly encouraged to be a part of the planning for the future of weed cultivation in the County over the next...

Neither Wine nor Cannabis Businesses Are for the Faint of Heart

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Terry Wheatley, president of Vintage Wine Estates, delivers message of risk and success at Wine & Weed 2021 “At the end of the day …...

Wine & Weed Symposium

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Exploring the Confluence of Cannabis and Wine; Reimagining the Coexistence The 5th Annual Wine & Weed Symposium is an In-Person Event This full-day business-focused conference will...

Are California’s Cannabis Growers Stealing Water During a Drought?

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UC Berkeley study shows limited risk from permitted cannabis farms, questions illegal growths Legal cannabis grow farms represent just about 20 to 25 percent of...

Clare Tooley, MW Weighs-in on Wine-Weed Cohesion

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Barbara Barrielle Three years ago, at the 2019 Wine Industry Network Wine & Weed Symposium, Clare Tooley, MW, found inspiration for her Masters of Wine final...

Terroir? Starting a Dialogue Between the Cannabis and Wine Industries

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What Is Terroir? As a wine-grape grower, winemaker and Humboldt born native, I have a more than passing interest in the idea of terroir. For...

Where Cannabis and Wine Meet: Cannabis Beverages

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Cannabis-infused beverages are one of the most innovative and fastest-growing market segments within the cannabis industry. The segment shares the most in common with...

Where Cannabis and Wine Meet: Cannabis Beverages

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Cannabis-infused beverages are one of the most innovative and fastest-growing market segments within the cannabis industry. The segment shares the most in common with...

Growing Cannabis in Wine Country: The Shone Farm Project (Webinar)

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In 2019, the Santa Rosa Junior College initiated a hemp cultivation project at Shone Farm to specifically identify the best agronomic practices for cultivating hemp and understand the potential terpene drift between hemp and wine grape vines. This session, led by Dr. George Sellu, Ph.D., will address these questions, provide an overview of the Shone Farm project and share his observations and insights on the agricultural impact of hemp farming in wine country.​​​​​​​

Afternoon Brief, November 27

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Thanksgiving ‘Biggest Opportunity’ for Wine in US On-Trade Nielsen Shows: According to the Nielsen CGA Channel Strategy Report 2019 and Nielsen CGA On-Premise User Survey (OPUS) 2019, wine sales outperforms spirits, beer, cocktails and soft drinks during the week of Thanksgiving, with 39% of US consumers choosing to drink wine when out-of-home during the November holiday ...

Afternoon Brief, November 25

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A Historic Harvest and a Changing Market: Napa's Growers Navigate Grape Glut: They're the classic drivers of any market: supply and demand. Experts say that unfavorable conditions in both have presented the region's wine industry with a grape glut - a challenge in the form of oversupply...

Cannabis Is Coming to California Wine Country: First One-Acre Permit for...

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Located in the Petaluma Gap, Sonoma Hills Farm will usher in a new era by pioneering regulated craft cannabis cultivation in some of the...

Afternoon Brief, September 4

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Phylloxera Strikes Walla Walla Vineyards: The most feared grapevine pest phylloxera has been found for the first time in Washington's Walla Walla Valley. "It's here for sure, just like it's probably throughout the state," Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance executive director Robert Hansen told Wine-Searcher...

Napa County Farm Bureau Announces Opposition Campaign to Defeat Cannabis Regulation...

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Napa, CA - The Napa County Farm Bureau announced today their opposition to the Napa County Cannabis Regulation Initiative, slated to appear on the...

High Notes of the Wine and Weed Symposium

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Last week’s Third Annual Wine and Weed Symposium attracted a huge group of wine and cannabis professionals to the Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country in Santa Rosa to learn about emerging trends in consumer behavior, the impact on wine sales in states where recreational cannabis is legal, and how alcohol beverage companies can and do invest in cannabis. The continuing enthusiasm for this new frontier, this brazen opportunity, and the vast cross-marketing potential with the wine had attendees leaving on a high note.