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Afternoon Brief July 16

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Wine corks may owe quality to gene activity: Even the most superb wine won't last without its cork, but the quality of this renewable oaken resource has nose-dived in recent years. A new genetic study of trees that produce high- and low-quality cork divulges some clues behind this decline, hinting at a possible link to climate change...

Afternoon Brief, July 1

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Bye bye Bordeaux! The new bull market for wine: When a pack of wine collectors arrived in the private second floor of Manhattan's Bowery Hotel last Thursday for an auction held by Acker Merrall & Condit, they weren't there to hold back...

Afternoon Brief, June 23

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Europeans testing sulphite-free preservation of wine: Europeans, well-known for their love of wine, are testing a novel preservation method aimed at significantly reducing or even eliminating sulphites, which can cause allergic reactions in some people...

Afternoon Brief, June 17

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Environmental groups' lawsuit could upend Sonoma County vineyard policies: Three environmental groups are challenging Sonoma County's approval of a 54-acre Annapolis vineyard in a case that reflects long-standing conflict over expansion of the county's $600 million a year grape industry...

Afternoon Brief, May 29

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Viniflora NoVa Removes the Need for Sulfites in Winemaking: Chr. Hansen claims its new wine culture is a fantastic launch that will greatly increase the speed and predictability of malolactic fermentation and remove the need for producers to use sulfites as preservatives...

Afternoon Brief, May 22

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Treasury Wine Estates cuts jobs to focus on overseas wine marketing: Winemaker Treasury Wine Estates says 175 jobs will go as it moves to invest more heavily in marketing and promoting its brands...

Afternoon Brief, May 16

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French court clears anti-GM vine protesters: More than 50 protestors who destroyed a field of genetically modified grapevines being trialled in Eastern France have had their convictions quashed, to the annoyance of the country's national research body...

Afternoon Brief, May 9

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Craft Beverage Expo Draws 1,300 Attendees to Launch Event in San Jose, California: More than 1,300 attendees, who are members of the artisan wine, craft beer, craft spiritsand craft cider industries, gathered May 6-8 in San Jose, Calif., for the inaugural Craft Beverage Expo...

Afternoon Brief, April 9

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Trending Story: Treasury Wine Estates boss Michael Clarke urges Prime Minister Tony Abbott on wine FTAs in Australia The new boss of...

Afternoon Brief, March 14

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Trending Story: Wine Medicine Could Prevent ‘Loss of Limbs’ A pharmaceutical company has extracted a molecule found in red wine and turned it into a medicine...

Afternoon Brief, March 13

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  Trending Story: Big Wine tightened its grip on the U.S. market in 2013 Big Wine tightened its grip on the U.S market in 2013,...

Afternoon Brief, March 12

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Trending Story: Managing grapevine frost risks by the numbers For help in planning your frost protection program this spring, take a look at Table 1. Its...

Afternoon Brief, Feb 19

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  Trending Story: Robert Parker: ‘Natural’ Wine Will Be Exposed As ‘Fraud’ US wine critic Robert Parker has released his predictions for 2014 including natural...

Afternoon Brief, Jan. 14

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  Trending Story: Recent Rain Does Little to Alleviate Drought in Northern California While many welcomed the light storm system that dampened North Coast skies...

Afternoon Brief, Jan. 10

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Trending Story: Make way for the 2014 farm bill It is hard to believe, but the next farm bill may be less than 10 days away...
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