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Lubanzi Wines Launches Cans

First South African producer to release canned wines in the US CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA – April 1, 2019: Lubanzi Wines, a fast growing South...

Afternoon Brief, March 19

Vintage Wine Estates Purchases 1,986 Acre Laetitia Winery Estate on the California Central Coast: Vintage Wine Estates has purchased Laetitia Vineyard & Winery. Laetitia, located in the Arroyo Grande AVA, is one of the notable, foundation wineries of the region...

Afternoon Brief, March 7

After Floods, Sonoma County Wine Industry Tallies Losses: Last week, a series of powerful storms inundated Sonoma County, dumping 7 inches of rain in Sebastopol and as much as 20 inches in Venado, an unincorporated community in the hills between Guerneville and Healdsburg, all in the span of just 48 hours...

Afternoon Brief, February 20

An Entire California Wine Appellation Is on the Market for $3.3 Million: You may have dreamed of owning your own vineyard. Well, here's a chance to own an entire wine appellation...

West + Wilder Adds Cans of Sparkling White and Sparkling Rosé...

West + Wilder’s Sought-After New Releases Drink Well Anywhere and Anytime (Santa Rosa, CA, September 18, 2018) - Started by longtime Sonoma friends, Matthew Allan...

Afternoon Brief, September 14

Vineyards in a Hurry to Harvest Grapes as Hurricane Florence Looms Closer: Grocery stores aren't the only places experiencing a rush before the storm, some wineries across central Virginia are hurrying to harvest grapes. Winemakers say they're harvesting their crop about a week ahead of schedule...

Afternoon Brief, September 12

Beloved California Vintner Ulises Valdez Dies at 49: Ulises Valdez, who emigrated from Mexico to work as a vineyard laborer in Sonoma County, then rose to become one of California's most renowned vineyard managers and founder of his own family winery, died early this morning of a heart attack. He was 49...

Standing Out in the Rapidly Growing Canned Wine Segment

Only a few years ago, the canned wine segment had a limited selection of category pioneers for consumers to choose from, but with growth...

Afternoon Brief, January 25

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: 2017 Wine Auction Totals Exceed $371 Million The growing U.S. economy and a surging stock market that seems...

Wine’s Most Inspiring People 2018: The Alternative Wine Packaging Trailblazer

Jordan Kivelstadt is a straight-shooter. Innovator? Check. Relationship builder? Check again. Saving the planet? Check. This young man, who just recently turned 36 years old, is one of our winners of the Most Inspiring People of 2018 series. He is an impressive forward-thinker, disrupting old theories of wine packaging as he goes forth.

Afternoon Brief, December 1

Move Over Bottles, Wine in Cans Capturing the Millennial Demand The wine business is slowly turning to aluminum cans in response to the consumer demands of millennials, a panel of industry leaders noted on Thursday...

Wine in Cans Shifting Consumer Perceptions, Especially Among Millennial Drinkers

The classic “wine snob” model, epitomized by images of cork sniffing connoisseurs spending lavish amounts of money on bottles culled from famous European cellars, may well be making way for consumers embracing a newer, fresher version of the beverage that’s driving a sharp, upward trend in the wine-buying marketplace: wine in cans.

Five New and Interesting Products from the Unified Trade Show

Even if you went to Unified and spent two days on its massive trade show floor with seven hundred plus exhibitors spread out over...

Afternoon Brief, June 5

Kenwood winery wins $1 million loan for upgrades: VJB Vineyards & Cellars, a family-owned winery in Kenwood, received a $1 million Small Business Administration loan that finalized financing for a Tuscan-style tasting room and hospitality center...