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Afternoon Brief, January 26th

Axe Falls Again at Vintage Wine Estates: After announcing the sale of several wine brands last week, VWE is now offloading employees...

Afternoon Brief, November 17th

First Winery to Commit to 300 Gram Bottle: Today a small winery in Zillah Washington was the first winery in the USA to commit to the new 300 gram bottle from Verallia...

The Duckhorn Portfolio Announces an Agreement to Acquire Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards

ST. HELENA, Calif., November 16, 2023 -- The Duckhorn Portfolio, Inc. (NYSE: NAPA) (the “Company”) announced today that it has entered into a definitive...

Afternoon Brief, June 16th

Global Alcoholic Drinks Market to Reach Us$2,001 Billion by 2031: The global alcoholic drinks market size is projected to reach US$2,001 billion by 2031, according to a new research report...

Afternoon Brief, March 10th

Hard-to-Find Napa Valley Wines Available Now Through Collective Napa Valley: Starting today, rare Napa Valley wines are available through the Napa Valley Reserve Wine offering for Collective Napa Valley...

Afternoon Brief, December 9th

Napa Vineyard Sales Are Usually Secret. So Why Was This $34 Million Deal So Public?: When a prestigious Napa Valley vineyard is up for sale, it almost never gets listed publicly...

Afternoon Brief, December 2nd

‘Really a Cause for Alarm’: Wineries Urged to Go Digital as Tasting Room Traffic Declines: Optimism that post-pandemic consumers would return to winery tasting rooms after they reopened has turned to concern as visit numbers decline, according to experts at the tenth annual WIN Expo on Thursday...

Wine Industry Icon Margaret Duckhorn Dies at Eighty-Three

NAPA VALLEY, Calif. – 11/28/22 – Margaret L. Duckhorn, the cofounder of The Duckhorn Portfolio, and a leader in the Napa Valley community, died...

Growing Forward Session Focused on Growers Experiences with Vineyard Technology

November 22, 2022 - Wine Industry Network (WIN) broadcast the third session of the 2022 Growing Forward series on Wednesday, November 16. The webinar...

Afternoon Brief, June 3rd

Wine Country Fires Vindicate Climate Fears: As fires again threaten California's wine country, Eric Schwartzman says it's time to act, rather than just debate climate change...

Afternoon Brief, May 6th

Washington Wine Allocates Nearly $1 Million to Wine Research for Upcoming Year: The broad research projects aim to improve wine quality by tackling high priority vineyard and winery issues...

Afternoon Brief, May 4th

Crews Battle Fire at a Wine-Making Facility in Florence County: A fire at a wine-making facility in the Cartersville community on Lamar Highway in Florence County is now contained and under control, according to officials with the Sardis-Timmonsville Fire Department...

Afternoon Brief, April 8th

New Sonoma Wine Industry Group Denies Workers’ Claims of Wildfire Safety Issues: For months, Sonoma vineyard workers advocated for safer and improved work conditions due to climate change and recurring wildfires...

Afternoon Brief, January 21st

A Bottle of Wine Could Cost $5 More This Year as California Winemakers Grapple with a Glass Crisis: California winemakers are grappling with a glass crisis that has sent the price of bottles shooting up, raising fears that they'll have to increase costs for consumers...

Afternoon Brief, January 20th

Wine Shipments to Consumers Reach Record $4.2 Billion in 2021: Annual Sovos ShipCompliant Direct-to-Consumer Wine Shipping Report shows a return to normalcy as pandemic buying patterns wane...
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