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Afternoon Brief, March 1

Gallo to Pay Civil Penalty, Make Safety Improvements to Winery: In a settlement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, E.&.J. Gallo Winery will pay a $58,000 civil penalty and make improvements to address the risk of chemical accidents at its wine production facility in Fresno ...

Afternoon Brief, December 17

Farm Bill Contains Wine Provisions to Help Vintners: Federal farm bill contains provisions for wine industry. The $867 million federal farm bill recently passed by the U.S. Congress contains provisions that will benefit the domestic wine industry ...

Afternoon Brief, October 16

Navigating the Changing Landscape of Wine Publicity: Good wine writers look for what appeals to their audience. Who is their reader and are they strictly looking for an examination of wine quality - or lack thereof - or are they seeking lifestyle pieces where the quirky winemaker and extravagant vintner steal the show...

City Winery and the New York Yankees Partner to Create Yankee...

Michael Dorf’s City Winery Continues Expansion With New Retail Location At Yankee Stadium NEW YORK, NY (AUGUST 2018) – City Winery along with the New...

Afternoon Brief, January 4

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: How Alcohol Damages Stem Cell DNA and Increases Cancer Risk Drinking alcohol produces a harmful chemical in the...

City Winery Named 2018 Oregon Wine A-List Award Wine Program Winner

Program recognizes restaurants that feature a diversity of Oregon wines, varieties and regions PORTLAND, Jan. 3, 2018 — The votes have been cast, the results...

City Winery Boston Delays Opening

Concert Venue, Restaurant, and Urban Winery Pushes Opening Back One Month Due to Construction Delays BOSTON, MA (August 16, 2017) – City Winery CEO and founder...

Afternoon Brief, August 2

Wine & Weed Symposium Offers Pot of Gold Bud break is taking on a whole new meaning in California, where voters legalized the recreational use of cannabis in November. Opportunities form the focus of the Wine & Weed Symposium, which takes place on August 3 at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel in Santa Rosa, California...

City Winery to Open Fifth Location

Boston Debut Scheduled for September, Washington D.C. Slated for Later This Year (June 14, 2017- Boston, MA) City Winery, founded in 2008 as Manhattan’s first...

Afternoon Brief, September 26

Harvest Fair Awards Gala Names Coveted Sweepstakes Winners: Family-owned wineries - both large and small - won the coveted sweepstakes awards Sunday at the Sonoma County Harvest Fair Awards Gala...

Afternoon Brief, February 25

California Wine Exports Set Record in 2015: U.S. wine exports, 90% from California, reached $1.61 billion in winery revenues in 2015, an all-time record and a 7.6% increase from 2014. Volume was up 4.1% from the previous year to 461 million liters or 51.2 million cases...

Lake County Fire Victims Fundraiser at City Winery, 1030 Main St....

Kelseyville, Calif. October 23, 2015 – The Lake County Winegrape Commission (LCWC) and the Lake County Winery Association today announced that a fundraising event...

Afternoon Brief, March 12

Sonoma County Vintners Announce Wine Lots for Inaugural Barrel Auction: The Sonoma County Vintners invites members of the licensed wine trade to preview the never before, never again limited production wines that will be available for purchase at the inaugural Sonoma County Barrel Auction...

Afternoon Brief, December 5

Wine M&A pace may slow in 2015: After a relatively active string of sales of California vineyard, winery and brands in the past few years, the thirst for new deals likely will subside in the new year, thanks to back-to-back bumper crops and increasingly attractive alternatives in the Pacific Northwest...

Afternoon Brief, October 9

Napa Valley Grapegrowers expect to wrap up another successful harvest next week: Though this harvest is expected to be a little smaller than 2013, it will have a similar quality profile. The warm season translated into early bud break and harvest, could in turn translate into great quality wines, because it allows the winemakers flexibility in choosing when to harvest to get the flavor profile and acidity theyre looking for without fear of rain...