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Afternoon Brief, April 24th

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Is the Industry Ready for CBD Wine?: CBD wine, which combines the properties of CBD with traditional wine, has been forecast to see “explosive growth” in the next few years...
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Afternoon Brief, March 18th

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Founding Winemaker James Hall Buys Back Patz & Hall from Ste. Michelle Wine Estates: James Hall, the founding partner and winemaker, has repurchased Patz & Hall winery from Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, which has owned the winery since 2016...
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Afternoon Brief, January 8th

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Napa Valley Robot ‘Sommelier’ Spurs Debate on AI in the Wine Business: “He doesn’t break glasses,” Maria Reznikova said, citing a bonus with hiring her new staffer — a robot “sommelier” that has become quite an attraction for gawkers shopping on Calistoga’s Lincoln Avenue...
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Afternoon Brief, December 28th

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California Wine Consolidation Ramps Up to Close Out 2023: Consolidation is nothing new for the wine industry, but the pace of change has accelerated in recent years as interest rates have risen, costs of labor and supplies have jumped, and demand for wine has softened...
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Afternoon Brief, December 26th

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How AI Has Revolutionized the Wine Industry: The integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the wine industry marks a significant shift from traditional viticulture and enology practices to a more technologically advanced approach...
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Afternoon Brief, December 18th

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British Man Accused of Swindling Nearly $100 Million in Wine Fraud Case Pleads Not Guilty : A British man accused of allegedly defrauding investors of nearly $100 million through a Ponzi-like scheme involving nonexistent luxury wines pleaded not guilty in a U.S. court on Saturday...
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Afternoon Brief, December 11th

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The California Wine Industry Is Facing Unprecedented Challenges, Causing Many Winery Owners to Consider Acquisitions: Consolidation is nothing new for the wine industry, but the pace of change has accelerated in recent years as interest rates have risen, costs of labor and supplies have jumped, and demand for wine has softened...
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Afternoon Brief, November 22nd

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Wine's Demand and Demography Dilemma: Instead of chasing the Millennial dollar, wineries should be taking care of older consumers...
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Afternoon Brief, November 14th

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Argiano Brunello di Montalcino 2018 Named Wine Spectator’s Wine of the Year: Wine Spectator, the world’s leading authority on wine, announced Argiano Brunello di Montalcino 2018 as the 2023 Wine of the Year...
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Afternoon Brief, October 26th

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Washington State University's Sensor-Laden Chardonnay Block Collects Data for AI Scientists and Offers Demonstrations for Growers: Automating vineyard irrigation requires a network of sensors, solar panels, wires and data loggers that can be at risk of run-ins with equipment. That’s one of the first lessons the engineers learned at Washington State University’s Smart Vineyard demo farm in Prosser...
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Afternoon Brief, October 16th

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Bordeaux Arrests Made for Employing Under-Age Harvest Worker: Seven people have been arrested for allegedly exploiting migrant harvest workers, including an under age child, in Bordeaux...
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Afternoon Brief, October 4th

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Winery Worker Dies Attempting to Save Colleague from Wine Vat: Two winery workers have died in a freak incident involving a vat of Rioja, after one fell in and the other tried to save him...
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Afternoon Brief, September 21st

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Vintage Wine Estates Warned of NASDAQ Exchange Delisting: Vintage Wine Estates, maker of dozens of brands such as B.R. Cohn and Ace Cider in Sonoma County and Clos Pegase in Napa Valley, has been warned that it could lose its current listing on a major stock exchange if the price doesn’t rebound...
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Afternoon Brief, August 23rd

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B.C. Wine Sector Readies for Worst-Ever Year for Forest Fire Smoke : B.C. wine industry business owners are facing what is likely to be the worst year many have seen for forest fire smoke. This comes as production is also crimped by a colder than normal winter that stunted vines...
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Afternoon Brief, August 21st

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After Farmworker’s Death in Fresno-Area Heat, UFW and Sen. Padilla Say It’s Time for Stronger Protections at Work: The case shines a spotlight on the effectiveness of a California law designed to protect workers laboring outdoors in searing temperatures — and it took center stage at a press conference called by U.S. Sen. Alex Padilla to push federal legislation that would impose stronger federal heat protections in workplaces...