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Gravitas Wine Marketing Adds Gamble Family Vineyards to Winery Portfolio

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CORTE MADERA, CA May 3, 2021 Gravitas Wine Marketing announced today the addition of California winery, Gamble Family Vineyards to its portfolio of wineries. Founded in...

Napa Valley-Based Gamble Family Vineyards Partners with Gravitas Wine Marketing in...

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(April 5, 2021; Oakville, Calif.)— Tom Gamble, owner of Gamble Family Vineyards in Oakville, is pleased to announce that Grativas Wine Marketing has been...

Afternoon Brief, January 11th

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Wine's Bubble Yet to Burst: After a surprisingly good year for the wine industry, what comes next..?

Napa Valley-Based Gamble Family Vineyards Welcomes Veteran Grape Grower Raymond Reyes...

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(January 11, 2021; Oakville, Calif.)—Tom Gamble, owner of Gamble Family Vineyards and one of Napa Valley’s leading sustainable wine producers and regenerative farming advocates,...

Napa Valley-Based Gamble Family Vineyards Opens in Canadian Markets

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(June 5, 2020; Oakville, Calif.)—Gamble Family Vineyards, which specializes in producing sustainably farmed, estate-grown Bordeaux varieties in the Napa Valley, has launched new export...

Afternoon Brief, May 21

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Napa County Looks at Wine Country Growth: Napa County is considering how to mold the future of its world-famous wine country balancing a host of factors, from housing demands to requests for wineries in remote locations...

Afternoon Brief, January 16

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Citing the need to address rapidly growing customer demand Upvalley, Pacific Gas & Electric has been tentatively granted eminent domain over a portion of a private Calistoga vineyard owners land to install a liquid natural gas plant ...

Napa Valley-Based Gamble Family Vineyards Expands Presence in Key Markets with...

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(January 16, 2020; Oakville, Calif.)— Tom Gamble, owner of Gamble Family Vineyards in Oakville, is pleased to announce a new distribution partnership with Premium...

Afternoon Brief, November 13

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Wine Industry Award Winners Announced - Winners of the 7th Annual Wine, Spirits and Beer Industry Awards have been announced by the North Bay Business Journal. The awards recognize individuals, as well as suppliers, for their contributions to the industry. They will be honored at a Business Journal event later this month ...

Afternoon Brief, November 7

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Is Wine Premiumisation a Doom Loop?: Wine sales figures for the first half of 2019 show that the premiumisation trend in the US has begun to head south. The question every wine producer should be asking themselves is: So what do we do now? ...

Gamble Family Vineyards and Partners Awarded Outstanding Environmental Project Award for...

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(Nov. 7, 2019; Oakville, Calif.)—The Napa River Restoration Project, Oakville to Oak Knoll, Phases 1 through 3 and its project partners, including Tom and Colette...

Afternoon Brief, October 14

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PG&E Wants to Seize Private Vineyard Property for Liquid Natural Gas Plant in Calistoga: PG&E is taking Calistoga vineyard owner Terry Gard to court, to seize a portion of his land for a liquid natural gas plant. Since the beginning of the year, the utility has tried to reach an agreement with Gard, who steadfastly refuses to cede any of the property his family has farmed for generations...

Afternoon Brief, July 30

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The Winery Wedding Industrial Complex Doesn’t Care if You Have Objections: The greatest bartending move of all time is reported in the New Testament. In the Gospel of John (2:1-11), Jesus is at a party in Cana, chilling with his disciples, when his mother tells him they’ve run out of wine. Lo and behold, he turns their water into wine ...

Gamble Family Vineyards Hires Kristin Hamlin as South-Central Sales Manager

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(July 30, 2019; Oakville, Calif.)—Tom Gamble, owner of Oakville-based Gamble Family Vineyards, is pleased to announce that Kristin Hamlin has joined the winery as...

Afternoon Brief, October 25

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Constellation Dumps Cheap Wine for Weed: Cannabis is hot, believes the third-largest wine company in the US. Mexican beer is hot. Cheap wine, though? That's old business, best dumped on somebody else ...