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Afternoon Brief, March 29

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Courtwatch: Charles Banks Sued His Mayacamas Vineyards Partners After He Was Indicted in Texas Wine investor Charles Banks created a stir in 2013 when he purchased iconic Mayacamas Vineyards, as a personal investment, in partnership with members of the Schottenstein family Columbus, Ohio-based retail giants...

Afternoon Brief, October 31

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Wineries’ Impact Brings Taste of Bitterness to Sonoma Campaign: A supervisors race between two liberal candidates in Sonoma County has turned into a good ol' Wine Country brawl amid fear that the region is too quickly transforming into a pricey, water-sucking theme park for the almighty grape...

Afternoon Brief, September 16

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DTC Shipments Surge, Total Wine Sales Strong: A microalgae found in the sea off Brittany's coastline can wipe-out key vine diseases with new scientific tests in France showing 100% efficiency in destroying Downey Mildew...

Afternoon Brief, September 9

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The Most Expensive Non-California Wines in the US: Where does the most expensive wine in the United States come from? And who's making it...

Miquel Hudin Receives 2016 Geoffrey Roberts Award for book on Georgian...

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Wine journalist Miquel Hudin is the 2016 recipient of the prestigious Geoffrey Roberts Award for a new book about Georgian wine.  Founded in 1996...

Afternoon Brief, August 22

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Wine in Kegs: This Time, Are They Here to Stay?
: Wine in kegs is an ancient concept that has been ongoing in many parts of Europe...

Afternoon Brief, July 20

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Thieves Take $55,000 in Wine from California Store: The South Bay's oldest wine seller is reeling after thieves broke in and made off $55,000 worth its priciest vintages...

Afternoon Brief June 14

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Microbes in Pressed Grapes Before Fermentation May Predict Flavor Metabolites in the Finished Wine: The microbial mix found in grape juice during the winemaking process may help shape the terroir of a finished wine, report food scientists at the University of California, Davis...

Afternoon Brief, August 19

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A Dire Threat to Grapevines: Esca and other vine-trunk diseases are infecting vines around the globe, threatening an epidemic

Afternoon Brief, July 10

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United States set to overtake Australia for NZ wine exports: Winemaker Alex Giesen is tipping the United states to become our biggest export market in one to two years, but it may happen even faster

Afternoon Brief, October 6

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Ancient Grape ‘Solution’ to Climate Change: Wine cooperative Plaimont may have found a solution to a demand for less alcoholic reds from hot wine regions - an ancient grape currently known as Pedebernade 5...

Afternoon Brief, August 4

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Wine brand heritage doesn’t matter, Glossing the Rex Goliath effect: The success of newer US wine brands such as Rex Goliath and Barefoot suggests a new generation places less value on provenance and heritage than on what the drinks say about them...

Afternoon Brief, April 29

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Naked Wines turns to London Stock Exchange to help its next phase of growth: Naked Wines is preparing for the next stage in its rapid growth by joining a London Stock Exchange business support programme...

Afternoon Brief, Jan. 27

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Trending Story: Saralee McClelland Kunde dies at 66 Saralee McClelland Kunde, a dairy ranchers' daughter who became a grower of prized wine grapes and an irresistible...

Afternoon Brief, Dec. 16

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Trending Story: Washington State’s Small Retailers Seek Redress Against Pricing Pressure By Big Chains Washington state lawmakers are exploring potential remedies to the rising outrage of...
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