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Afternoon Brief, November 15

Opportunity Knocks: Challenges for Winery Associations: Regardless of the size of a winegrowing region or the number of wineries or vineyards in it, the biggest challenge is continuing to attract visitors in an ever-evolving marketplace...

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, March 14

End Is Near for European Grapevine Moth: The European Grapevine Moth is on the ropes. A successful collaboration between the wine grape industry, county, state and federal agricultural departments, and University of California experts has brought the pest to near extinction in Napa County and the rest of the state...

Afternoon Brief: May 8

Napa city planners ease up on 75% local-grape rule for wineries in industrial zones: A board member for the Commons, formerly Napa Valley Corporate Park, argued for the change, saying the clash of city and county rules has driven winemakers south to industrial sites near unincorporated Napa County Airport...

Afternoon Brief, September 12

Jumping genes could lead to new grape varieties: A New Zealand scientist is looking at a way to create new clones of Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir...

Afternoon Brief, August 28

Deadly Winemaking Snakes Escape in China: Chaos erupted when deadly cobras used to make wine escaped into the city of Foshan in Chinas South-Eastern Guangdong province...

Afternoon Brief, July 3

European Grapevine Moth Detected in Sonoma County: The Sonoma County Agricultural Commissioner, in cooperation with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA), announces the detection of a single male European Grapevine Moth (EGVM, Lobesia botrana) in the western portion of Sonoma County, near Cazadero...
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