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Afternoon Brief, June 28th

How Unregulated Cannabis Is Threatening West Coast Wine Growers: Cannabis cultivation creates resource competition and could threaten tourism in wine country—but some argue that proper regulation could actually benefit premier regions...

Afternoon Brief, February 15th

Wine List Secrets Revealed: Last week Bill Rancic hosted an online event held by the Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of America (WSWA) intended for wineries to learn about how they might use the three-tier system to get their wines in restaurants...

2020 California Grape Crush Report 

Ciatti Global Wine & Grape Brokers Comment  (February, 2021, Novato, CA) – The California Department of Food and Agriculture will release the Grape  Crush Report...

Afternoon Brief, January 19th

Predicting Higher Demand for Wine in 2021: At the end of Prohibition in the U.S. the consumption of wine as measured, slowly grew until war was declared in 1941 and rationing took over everyday lives...

Afternoon Brief, January 14th

Sonoma County Winegrowers to Launch U.S. Wine Industry’s First Innovation Accelerator: Due to the ongoing pandemic, Sonoma County winegrowers gathered around their laptops and computer screens to review the organization’s efforts last year and learn about the future direction from the Sonoma County Winegrowers’ president, Karissa Kruse, as the 30st annual Dollars and $ense Seminar and Trade Show went virtual for the first time Thursday morning...

Afternoon Brief, December 3rd

Drizly Study of Independent Alcohol Retailers Points to Bullish Holiday Outlook: Drizly, the nation’s first and largest alcohol e-commerce marketplace, today released its second annual monitor of North America’s independent alcohol store owners and managers, providing an in-depth look at the experience and expectations of beverage alcohol retailers operating in a COVID-19 environment...

Afternoon Brief, November 17

Five Award Winning Innovations That Advance Winemaking and Wine Business: Each year the wine industry faces new trends, new challenges, and the continued pressure to stay ahead of the competition, but with them come opportunities and innovations that savvy wine businesses can take advantage of to strengthen their business and deliver a better product to their customers...

Afternoon Brief, November 16

Challenging 2020 Harvest Will Yield High Quality California Wines: For the months of September and October, total fast-moving consumer goods sales have slowed to single-digit growth, up 9% compared to the same time period last year...

Afternoon Brief, October 16

Dry, Warm Winter Could Bring Drought to California, Southwest in 2021: With the world coming off the hottest September since 1880, California’s North Bay to the south is likely to experience a continuance of warmer, drier weather conditions into the winter, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported Thursday...

Afternoon Brief, August 14

Road Ahead for Wine Business: Here's a highlight from a panel discussion with North Coast business, law and financial experts during the Business Journals 20th annual Wine Industry Conference...

Afternoon Brief, August 13

No Relief for U.S. Wine Consumers - Tariffs on European Wines Remain in Place: Trade Representative says 25 percent duties will remain in place for most French, Spanish and German wines; importers and merchants say the tariffs are killing American jobs...

Afternoon Brief, August 11

COVID Online Wine Boom Fizzles Out: The Covid-inspired online wine sales increase continues, but it is running out of steam...

Ciatti Market Update Webinar

The Ciatti Company will be hosting a session to discuss the current market conditions that exist in the Wine Industry. Please tune in and...

Insights from Ciatti’s Market Update Webinar

Today senior members of the Ciatti Company, a major player in global grape and wine brokering, invited other experts in vineyard real estate and beverage industry to join them on a webinar to discuss the state of the wine market, what changes we will see and what the future may bring. 

Afternoon Brief, May 20

Napa County Releases Crop Report; 2019 Wine Grape Crop Worth $938 Million: Napa County’s wine grape crop in 2019 saw a 13.5% decrease in volume and a 9.6% decrease in value as compared to 2018, according to the county’s annual crop report, released Tuesday...
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