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Afternoon Brief, April 30th

Was California’s Wine Revolution Just a Mirage?: A growing chorus of talented winemakers say that the economics of making wine in the state have turned the promise of the “New California” into a cautionary tale...

Afternoon Brief, February 23rd

How a Napa Farming Nonprofit Became a Political Power Broker—And Got Caught Up in a Federal Investigation: A mysterious federal investigation unfolding in Napa Valley has ensnared one of the wine industry’s most powerful entities...

Afternoon Brief, November 22nd

Wine's Demand and Demography Dilemma: Instead of chasing the Millennial dollar, wineries should be taking care of older consumers...

Afternoon Brief, October 9th

Wine grape growers at the north end of the North Coast region this time of year typically are fretting whether they'll be able to wrap harvest before late fall rains begin in earnest...

Afternoon Brief, September 18th

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 TRENDING STORY   Tributes Paid to Murdered Sicilian Wine Professional The murder of Cantine Colomba Bianca marketing manager Marisa Leo by her ex-partner has sent...

Adapting the Winery Experience to Make Guests Feel Safe During COVID-19

It is the middle of the summer and what is usually an incredibly busy and profitable tourist season has been nipped in the bud, so to speak, by what is being called the novel coronavirus.

Innovative Crush Facility Combines DTC Sales and Customer Interaction with Wine...

Imagine: An intimate tasting room setting that exquisitely showcases your brand. Handing your guests a glass of wine then taking them on a private...

Afternoon Brief, February 12

A new Hard Six Cellars winery cannot be built in a remote, mountainous location south of Calistoga, the Napa County Board of Supervisors ruled on Tuesday ...

Afternoon Brief, May 24

Smoke Taint and Site Specificity Hot Topics at Wine Business IQ: A panel titled Recent Research: Research That Will Change the Way You Make Wine, started off the second and final day of discussions at Wine Business Monthly's Innovation and Quality, or IQ, forum ...

Afternoon Brief, January 21

US Government Shutdown Hits Wine Hard: The longest partial government shutdown in US history is a buzz-kill. And not just for the hundreds of thousands of federal workers who are missing their paychecks, but for the wine industry, which depends on a network of government entities to approve labels, imports and perform lab analysis...

Custom Crush Facility Couples State of the Art Equipment with Unique...

Imagine a world where you can have it all. You are able to craft beautiful, high-end artisan wines in a pristine, well run production facility...