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Afternoon Brief, December 13

Opus One Sues Supplier Alleging Barrels Were Contaminated with TCA: A Napa Valley winery has filed a lawsuit for more than $470,000 over the sale of barrels allegedly contaminated with 2,4,6-trichloroanisole (TCA), according to court records...

Afternoon Brief, November 30

Napa Vintner, Oregon Officials Meet to Defuse Wine-Labeling Dispute: Oregon regulators and a California winery accused of misrepresenting the Oregon origins of its bestselling pinot noir, an act which infuriated local winemakers, said Thursday after a preliminary meeting they're hopeful they can resolve the dispute...

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...

Afternoon Brief, June 7

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Compounds Called Corklins Found in Cork-Stoppered Wines The interaction of wine and phenolics from cork stoppers produces compounds...

New Connected Tech From Coravin Helps Wine Lovers Savor Each Sip...

CORAVIN, Inc., the premier global wine tech company, is adding to its line of products designed to transform the way wine is served, sold...

Coravin Defies Gravity: New Wine Aerator Adds Pressure to Perfect Pours...

Revolutionary Wine System’s Latest Innovation Provides Maximum Aeration with Minimal Size BOSTON (October 5, 2017) – CORAVIN, Inc., makers of the innovative wine preservation opener by...

Coravin, Inc. Launches Revolutionary Screw Cap to Enhance Wine Pouring Experiences

Coravin’s Newest Innovation Enables Wine Lovers to Preserve Screw Cap Wines for Months BOSTON (July 26, 2017) – CORAVIN™, Inc., makers of the innovative wine...

Afternoon Brief, May 8

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Wine and Cannabis Common Topics Discussed at August Symposium Growing wine-grapes, and maybe a little something extra on...

Afternoon Brief, November 9

What a Trump Presidency Might Mean for Wine: Donald Trump's victory in the US presidential election is the second time this year that markets and political pundits have been caught out...

Afternoon Brief, November 8

Truett-Hurst Reports Wine Sales Decline: Healdsburg's Truett-Hurst Inc. reported on Monday that its total net wine sales reached $5.9 million in the last quarter, a decrease of 7.6 percent compared to the same period in the prior year...

Afternoon Brief, October 20

Global Wine Production Expected to Fall by 5% Due to 'Climatic Events': Global wine production is expected to fall by 5% in 2016 because of "climatic events" causing steep drops in production in most of the southern hemisphere, particularly Chile and Argentina...

Afternoon Brief, August 18

California Eradicates the European Grapevine Moth: In what's being heralded a "success story," California is officially eradicated of the European grapevine moth...

Afternoon Brief, November 3

US Beverage Industry Expo Announces Conference Schedule and Speakers: US Beverage Expo, the conference that will take on the topic of the new normal in the beverage alcohol industry, has announced the schedule and list of speakers...

Afternoon Brief, October 28

Italy Reclaims Spot as World's Biggest Wine Producer From France: Italy is set to reclaim its spot as the world's biggest wine producer after output in the home of Chianti and Prosecco rebounded from last year, when rain spoiled part of the grape crop...

Afternoon Brief, September 30

Arsenic Found in Many U.S. Red Wines, but Health Risks Depend on Total Diet: A new University of Washington study that tested 65 wines from America's top four wine-producing states California, Washington, New York and Oregon found all but one have arsenic levels that exceed whats allowed in drinking water...