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Afternoon Brief, July 20th

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Vintage Wine Estate President, Terry Wheatley, Keynote Speaker for Wine & Weed Symposium 2021: In her keynote address, Wheatley promises, “There will definitely be some 100% not politically correct storytelling.”...

Afternoon Brief, June 17th

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Doug Moorhead, Whose Winery Was the Second to Open in Pennsylvania, Dies at 87: Doug Moorhead, one of the founders of the Pennsylvania wine industry, died June 10. He was 87...

NJ’s Favorite Alcoholic Beverage Is Wine — But Limits on Shipping...

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State Senate Committee Hears Call for Reform TRENTON (June 16, 2021) — Beer, wine, or liquor — people have their top choices. New Jersey residents...

Afternoon Brief, May 18th

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Experts Weigh in on the Biggest Obstacles and Opportunities to Sell More Wine: Next week the virtual Wine Industry Sales Symposium we bring over twenty wine industry experts together across six conference sessions to share insights and experiences to help wineries improve their DTC and wholesale channel performance...

Afternoon Brief, May 13th

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Constellation Invests in Donae Burston’s La Fête du Rosé: The North American drinks giant deal for a piece of the growing Provence rosé brand is Constellation's first in a new commitment to invest $100 million in minority-owned businesses by 2030...

David vs. Goliath: House Bill Pits Louisiana Wine Lovers Against Powerful...

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May 14, 2021, Napa, CA –  A bill favorable to wine lovers desperately needs consumer support if true winery-to-consumer direct shipping is to be...

Afternoon Brief, April 7th

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The Bollinger Family to Acquire Ponzi Vineyards: The Bollinger family, owners of iconic Champagne Bollinger in addition to four other historic estates in France, announce the upcoming acquisition of their first winery in the United States, with the purchase of Oregon’s famed Ponzi Vineyards...

Everyone Benefits If NJ Adopts Free the Grapes Legislation

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TRENTON (April 7, 2021) — Passage of bills A 1943 and S 2683, which would allow US wineries that produce more than 106,000 cases of...

Afternoon Brief, February 25th

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Covid's Impact on Wine Tasting: Covid has had a huge impact on how we buy wine, but also on how we enjoy it...

Tennessee: Don’t Let Lawmakers Take Your Wine Choices Away

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Free the Grapes! Urges Volunteer State Wine Lovers to Make Voices Heard February 25, 2021, Napa, CA – Free the Grapes!, a national coalition of wineries...

Afternoon Brief, December 10

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Within Five Years Entire Brands Will Be Created Through Pre-Production Personalization: "Within five years you will see entire brands created through pre-production personalization by flavor and shopper profiling at an individual level blends crafted 'instantly' through data on the consumers taste and purchase preferences, and genetic/behavioral/social characteristics, driven by data that may have nothing to do with wine or the production process," says Mike Provance, PhD and CEO of 3×3...

Industry Leader Jason Haas Joins Free the Grapes! Board of Directors

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August 20, 2019—Free the Grapes! is pleased to announce the appointment of Tablas Creek Vineyard Partner and General Manager Jason Haas to its Board...

Afternoon Brief, August 5

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Why Women in the Wine Industry Stay Silent About Abuse: An industry veteran examines the structures that she says are keeping victims quiet-and provides a framework for moving forward...

Save the Date: Thirteenth Annual Direct to Consumer Wine Symposium, January...

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Napa, CA, April 30, 2019 – The popular Direct to Consumer Wine Symposium, the industry’s national summit on wine direct marketing and sales, will...

Afternoon Brief, April 29

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Turning a Critical Eye on Wine Critics: One of the frequent digs made in the Cabernet-infused cock pit of the bad old days (the Robert Parker bulletin board in the mid-noughties) was that, while the likes of Decanter magazine and certain wine competitions were all very well, their group tasting approach could smother the individual greatness of certain wines and the individual insights that came with the lone star approach...