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30th Annual Hands Across the Valley

Saturday, September 17, 2022 from 4:00 to 10:00 PM, Charles Krug Winery, Napa Valley August 29, 2022, Napa Valley, CA – Napa Valley chefs, vintners,...

Afternoon Brief, August 2nd

Fetzer Vineyards Adopts the Operating Name Change of Bonterra Organic Estates: The name Bonterra Organic Estates affirms the company’s commitment to regenerative organic farming, responsible business practices and environmental stewardship. The new name applies to the company’s corporate identity, as well as its Mendocino County, Calif., vineyard holdings and winery...

Afternoon Brief, July 21st

Patent Lawsuit Against Gallo by Vineyard Investigations May Be Nearing End: When scientist/vintner and Vineyard Investigations, Inc. (VII) owner Paul Skinner approached E. & J. Gallo in May 2017 about his new inventions for precision viticulture, he had no idea that would open the door to an extensive, five-year lawsuit and federal court trial to defend his patents for a system of automated crop monitoring maintenance included sensors and emitters for individual plants along with an external data an sensor system...

Afternoon Brief, May 24th

Wine, Stagflation, and the Strong Dollar Syndrome: The U.S. dollar has surged in value on foreign exchange markets in the last year and especially the last few weeks, as this graph of the dollar versus the euro makes clear. It once took about $1.30 to purchase a euro, but some analysts believe that USD-EUR parity — a dollar per euro — is on the cards for later this year...

Successful Succession Planning for Family-Owned Wine Businesses

Yes, knowing the tax implications can save millions of dollars, and working through the various licensing requirements that need to be met when the...

Afternoon Brief, January 13th

Wine Spectator's Kim Marcus, 1959–2022: Longtime senior editor helped shape the magazine's global coverage of wine for more than three decades...

Announcing the 2022 Blue Note Charles Krug Summer Sessions

Featuring Jeffrey Osborne, Chris Botti, Madeleine Peyroux, Sergio Mendes and More NAPA (January 13, 2022) – Blue Note Napa announces the return of music to...

Afternoon Brief, November 17th

Treasury Wine Estates Announces Acquisition of Frank Family Vineyards: Treasury Wine Estates Ltd (TWE), one of the world’s largest wine companies, is pleased to announce it has reached an agreement to acquire the highly acclaimed Frank Family Vineyards (FFV), including the historic winery, brand and vineyard holdings...

An Evening with Grammy® Award Winner Jody Watley: Wine & Pride

Napa, CA (June 8, 2021) - Blue Note Napa is thrilled to present Grammy award-winning artist, Jody Watley on Saturday, June 26, 2021 at...

Blue Note Adds Tre Posti to the Menu

Napa, CA (May 7, 2021) - Blue Note Napa’s “Road Trip” to the Charles Krug Estate, one of  Napa Valley’s oldest and most iconic...

Afternoon Brief, April 27th

US Wine Sales Set to Skyrocket: Strap yourselves in, US wine industry, because you're on a rocket ship that's about to blast off. That's the prediction from industry analyst Rob McMillan, and it's notable because McMillan has become best known in recent years for his gloomy long-term forecasts for wine...

Charles Krug Winery Announces Return of On Premise Events in 2021

Napa, Calif., April 27, 2021 - Charles Krug (www.charleskrug.com), Napa Valley’s oldest winery and home of the first tasting room in California, is pleased...

Afternoon Brief, April 26th

The Complex Science of Assessing California’s Fire-Damaged Vines: Bracing for another fire season, Napa and Sonoma viticulturists decide whether to replant or revitalize many vineyards that burned in 2020...

Cameo Cinema Announces Drive-in Experience in Partnership with Charles Krug Winery

The Cameo and Charles Krug host a Drive-In series starting May 5 ST. HELENA, Napa Valley, April 2021– St. Helena’s beloved Cameo Cinema is staging...

Afternoon Brief, January 28th

California Wine Business Faces New, Ongoing Challenges as It Adjusts to Pandemic, Wildfires: The U.S. wine business eked out slim volume growth overall last year, even as the coronavirus has upended how consumers bought such beverages, yet challenges in demand and supply that predate the pandemic remain, according to experts at a major industry conference Wednesday...
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