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Afternoon Brief, February 29th

TTB Listens to Wine Industry: The TTB wants to hear what the industry thinks about label regulations, so Wine-Searcher's US editor had his say...

Afternoon Brief, December 27th

PacifiCorp’s Wildfire Settlements Highlight Winery Lawsuits for 2020 Smoke Losses: Three Willamette Valley courts have just ruled that several Valley wineries may move forward with their suits against PacifiCorp for igniting wildfires that they claim ruined their 2020 harvests and vintages with smoke taint...

Afternoon Brief, October 26th

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...

Direct to Consumer Wine Symposium 2024

Presented by and a fundraiser for Free the Grapes!, the DTC Wine Symposium is celebrating its 17th year as the nation’s premier winery DTC...

Afternoon Brief, September 28th

Is a Robotic Arm in Calistoga Pouring the Future?: An early-stage piece of technology at Maria Concetto's tasting room in Calistoga is turning heads. Known as RobinoVino, this robotic wine-pouring arm is not merely a novelty but a functional prototype with potentially significant implications for the sector...

Afternoon Brief, August 1st

What’s Ahead for California Wine Law in 2023: Leaders in wine law in the North Coast talked about California’s upcoming “Bottle Bill” and other key issues facing the wine industry...

Afternoon Brief, June 22nd

Afternoon Brief: The Cost of Insuring Against Wine Disasters: As disasters and losses become more common, wineries are paying more to protect themselves—driving up the cost of wine...

Afternoon Brief, March 29th

Winemakers Appreciate the 2% Excise Tax Inflation Cap Set by the Canadian Federal Budget: Wine Growers Canada (WGC), the national voice of Canada’s wine industry, has welcomed the federal budget announcement capping the annual alcohol excise tax adjustment at 2%...

Afternoon Brief, January 30th

COVID-19’s Lasting Impact on the Wine Industry Sets the Stage for 2023 Opportunities: The challenges of the past few years have driven significant change in the wine sector, and 2023 will require continued adaptation...

Afternoon Brief, December 29th

Bob Benziger, Former Partner and Hospitality Director at Benziger Family Winery, Remembered as Kind, Genuine: Robert “Bob” Benziger, former partner and hospitality director at Benziger Family Winery in Glen Ellen, died Friday, Dec. 23 after suffering a heart attack at home. He was 70 years old...

Afternoon Brief, December 1st

Premiumisation Continues Across Beverage Alcohol, but Shows Signs of Slowing Down in Q4 2022 Onwards: IWSR data shows early signs of down-trading in select categories...

Afternoon Brief, November 18th

Flooding in South-East Australia Set to Hit Wine Production: Wine producers in south-east Australia have been taking stock of flood damage and some fear significantly reduced yields, although the total proportion of vineyards affected remains unclear...

Afternoon Brief, November 4th

Global Warming Saves Oregon's Vintage: After a poor start, an unlikely heatwave rescued a harvest that was looking decidedly iffy...

Afternoon Brief, November 1st

Fine Wine Optimism Prepares for Reality Check: A new report into the fine wine world shows amazing optimism in the face of global economic realities...

2023 Wine Consumer Journey Mapping Workshop

Join Sandra Hess, founder of DTC Wine Workshops, for this hands-on training session ideal for winery owners and management teams. Finish the year right and...
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