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Afternoon Brief, January 10th

Association Touts Wine’s Many Assets as It Counters Anti-Consumption Push: It is a little more than a year since the World Health Organization (WHO) released a report that sent shivers through the tasting rooms of alcoholic beverage producers internationally...

Afternoon Brief, September 25th

No Signs of a Turning Point Yet for Wine: There has been little change in the trajectory of the U.S. wine market over the past three months...

Afternoon Brief, February 21st

Alpha Omega Collective Wineries Merge, Unveil New Napa and Paso Robles Tasting Rooms: Alpha Omega winery in Napa Valley, Tolosa winery in the San Luis Obispo Coast and Perinet winery in Spain’s Priorat announced their official merger today, strengthening the three brands to formally create the Alpha Omega Collective...

Afternoon Brief, June 12

The Curious Case of the Withdrawn Wine: US editor W. Blake Gray has many questions – but few answers – about a bottle pulled from an auction this week...

Afternoon Brief, June 11

Data Shows Economists Are Wrong—Wine Industry Doesn’t Support Trump: Quite recently the American Association of Wine Economists (AAWE) made headlines by publishing a dataset highlighting presidential campaign contributions originating from individuals in the wine industry. It created a bit of a stir, particularly the AAWE’s conclusion that “The U.S. Wine Industry overwhelmingly supports President Trump”. Some thought this conclusion misrepresented the data and reality...

Afternoon Brief, June 8

Does the Wine Industry Have a Racism Problem?: As protests against police brutality and racism in police culture continued across the United States and around the world last week, sparked by the death of George Floyd, many corporations, brands, celebrities, and sports franchises showed support for the Black Lives Matter movement via statements on social media and by donating money to allied organizations...

Afternoon Brief, February 14

The country is now virtually closed to foreign travel and in the words of Alexandre Ricard, Pernod Ricards CEO: Night clubs and night bars are all closed in China and those bars and restaurants that are not closed are empty ...

Afternoon Brief, June 29

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: French Police Seize 10 Chinese-Owned Vineyards in Bordeaux French financial police have seized 10 wineries in the Bordeaux...

Afternoon Brief, April 2

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Big Alcohol Behind Major Health Study A decade-long study into the health effects of drinking is expected to...

Afternoon Brief, September 25

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: A Pathway to Wholesale Success for the Small Producer "There is an inherent David and Goliath dynamic in...

Afternoon Brief, August 24

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Wine Enthusiast's Top 40 Under 40 Tastemakers of 2017 Meet the trailblazers who are shaping the future of...

Afternoon Brief, August 8

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: 'Sessionable' Wine Will Help Boost U.S. Wine Sales, Producers Claim Stephanie Gallo, vice president of marketing at E&J...

Afternoon Brief, July 31

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: California Flip Flops on Wine Delivery Law Wine delivery apps have become big business as the delivery market...

Afternoon Brief May 27

North Coast Marijuana Growers Fear a Takeover by 'Big Alcohol': For the Humboldt farmers, Sonoma County's subterranean tasting rooms and Tuscan affectations offered a glimpse into a rarefied realm of legal intoxicants...

Afternoon Brief, April 1

Two Buck Chuck Is Being Discontinued, and You Can Blame That Fake Huffpo Viral Story: Things haven't always gone well for Charles Shaw, the man behind the bargain booze known as Two Buck Chuck ...