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Afternoon Brief, September 13th

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Wildfire Smoke Ruins Taste of Some Wines: Grapes exposed to smoke absorb chemicals that can alter — and sometimes ruin — the taste and smell of resultant wines. This “smoke taint” has become a growing concern for the industry...

Castello di Amorosa Incentivizes Employees with $1,000 Vaccination Bonuses 

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Calistoga, Calif. (September 10, 2021) --- Dario Sattui, the founder and owner of Castello di Amorosa, an authentically built Tuscan style castle and winery...

Afternoon Brief, May 25th

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Michigan Wine Shipping Lawsuit Targets Napa Vintner, 3 Others: Michigan is suing three wineries, including one in the Napa Valley, plus a wine retailer alleging they shipped wine into Michigan without obtaining the proper licenses...

Shelby Green Promoted to Assistant Winemaker

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Moves up after four years at Castello di Amorosa and V. Sattui Calistoga, Calif. (April 2021) – Castello di Amorosa’s Director of Winemaking Brooks Painter...

Afternoon Brief, March 23rd

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Oregon’s Alcohol Producers Temporarily Stop A 3000% Tax Hike: What happens to Oregon’s alcohol taxes? That’s what the former sponsor of a spiked bill to raise taxes on alcohol by up to 3,000% wants to know before she decides whether to back any similar bills in the future...

Castello Di Amorosa Establishes “Cavalieri Del Fuoco,” “The Knights of the Fire,”...

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Calistoga, Calif. (March 23, 2021) – After experiencing the devastating effects of the Glass Fire in October 2020, the team at Dario Sattui’s Castello di...

Castello Di Amorosa Lowers the Drawbridge and Re-Opens

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Iconic Napa winery shifts to reservation-only to enhance experience CALISTOGA, California, June 8, 2020 – Castello di Amorosa, Dario Sattui’s authentically built, 13th century Tuscan...

Afternoon Brief, August 27

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Wineries Share Their Point-of-Sale System Priorities and Experiences - Point-of-Sale systems in wineries seem to be a love-hate relationship many times the hate overcoming the love as the frustrations of adapting to changing and challenging environments puts a strain on winery personnel and the electronic retail and data system that supports their efforts ...

Castello di Amorosa Named “Best Tasting Room” in the U.S.

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USA Today 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards chooses Calistoga winery CALISTOGA, Calif, August 23, 2019 – Castello di Amorosa, Dario Sattui’s authentically built, 13th century Tuscan...

Afternoon Brief, March 8

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How Producers Dial in the Right Shade of Pink for Rosé: Midway between red and white wines, rosé is a style that requires precision-getting the balance right, in terms of color, aromatics, texture, and freshness. An appealing rosé needs aromatics, but to please a broad range of consumers it also needs to stay on the bright and refreshing side of things...

Afternoon Brief, March 5

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Vintage Wine Estates Purchases Wine Packaging Pioneer Alloy Wine Works: Vintage Wine Estates is excited to announce the acquisition of Alloy Wine Works, one of the first innovators of fine varietal, appellated wines available in aluminum cans...

Castello Di Amorosa Chardonnay Wins Sweepstakes

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Reserve Chardonnay honored at SF Chronicle Wine Competition January 2019, Calistoga, Napa Valley - Castello di Amorosa’s 2017 Reserve Chardonnay was named the White Sweepstakes...

Castello di Amorosa Announces Michala Jeberg New PR & Marketing Manager

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Calistoga, Calif. (April 2017) – Michala Jeberg has been named PR and Marketing Manager at Castello di Amorosa, according to an announcement by Founder/Proprietor...

Afternoon Brief, April 12

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A Woman's Death Sorting Grapes Exposes Italy's "Slavery" Her husband can still recall how Paola Clemente used to set two alarms to make sure she woke in the middle of the night - 1:50 a.m. - to catch the private bus that would take her and dozens of other women to the vineyards...

Afternoon Brief, March 22

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New Company Breaks Barriers to Distribution for Small Producers Consolidation continues to make distributors bigger and fewer while the number of producers grow with new small producers enter the market. The vast majority of wineries in the US produce less than 5,000 cases, and theyve been effectively blocked from three-tier distribution because distributor giants wont take them on, but thats about to change...