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Afternoon Brief, August 28th

Brock Lindsay of Lake Chelan’s Succession and Alta Wineries Dies at 40: Brock Lindsay, winemaker and co-owner of Succession Wines and Alta Cellars in the Lake Chelan appellation, died August 26th due to traumatic injuries caused by a utility vehicle rollover accident. He was 40-years old...

Guana Island Announces Third Wine Program in Partnership with Hall Wines...

Renowned Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon producers will bring their craft to the British Virgin  Islands for two-part series: November 2023 & April 2024  (British Virgin...

Afternoon Brief, August 15th

Gallup Poll: Wine Lags Behind, Spirits Gain Ground: Gallup’s annual Consumption Habits poll, which tracks American attitudes toward drinking and surveys who drinks what, shows wine dropping in popularity...

Afternoon Brief, July 24th

Livermore Winery Owner Dies After Car Crash: A two-car collision Friday afternoon resulted in the death of a 59-year-old man, the Livermore Police Department said. The driver was identified as Mitchell Katz, the Alameda County Coroner’s Office confirmed to KRON4. Katz was the owner of Mitchell Katz Winery in Livermore...

Hop This Way: Easter Sunday Cookie Cutting & Wine Pairing Workshop

As an homage to our dearest Bunny Foo Foo, we are hosting a rabbit-inspired Cookie Cutting & Wine Pairing Workshop with Chef Sarah York...

Afternoon Brief, February 27th

Napa Cabs Go Big at Auction: The skies over Napa Valley may have literally been dark on a stormy Saturday, but the outlook for Napa Cabernet Sauvignon has never been brighter after a phenomenal outcome at the Premiere Napa Valley Auction...

Afternoon Brief, January 5th

Land Trust of Napa County Agrees to Buy Controversial Walt Ranch Property from Hall Wines: Attempts by owners Craig and Kathryn Hall to transform the wooded ranch into a vineyard were at the epicenter of a wider battle between open space and grape growing in Napa County...

Afternoon Brief, December 6th

Solano County Winemakers’ Pitch for New Grape Pricing Advances: For just over three years wine grape growers and vintners in a portion of Solano County have been petitioning the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) with a request: Move a boundary line on a map and, in doing so, fix a problem that was costing them profit from the sale of wine grapes...

Hall Napa Valley Unveils Its 2019 Platinum Collection Wine Series with Custom,...

NAPA VALLEY, CA (December 5, 2022) – HALL Napa Valley, one of the leading Cabernet Sauvignon producers, has announced that their recently released 2019...

Afternoon Brief, August 18th

Unshackled Wines to Pay $75,000 to One Person Ready to Unshackle from the Status Quo: Unshackled, a wine brand founded with the purpose of challenging the conventions of luxury wine, is offering $75,000 to one person ready to break free from the day-to-day grind to pursue their dreams...

Afternoon Brief, February 10th

US Treasury Pushes Alcohol Reforms: A just-published report into the US alcohol industry could be good news for consumers – but bad for wholesalers...

Hall’s Cabernet Cookoff Returns for 13th Year   

Star-Studded Event Features Chefs Competing for a Charity of Their Choice 10 February - HALL, one of the world’s most notable Cabernet Sauvignon producers, has...

Afternoon Brief, January 21st

A Bottle of Wine Could Cost $5 More This Year as California Winemakers Grapple with a Glass Crisis: California winemakers are grappling with a glass crisis that has sent the price of bottles shooting up, raising fears that they'll have to increase costs for consumers...

Afternoon Brief, December 22nd

Unheard of - Young Vines Shattered by Frost in Bordeaux: At the end of autumn, master pruner Massimo Giudici of Simonit & Sirch discovered grapevine trunks devastated by spring frosts in Cabernet-Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot vineyards located in Barsac and Pujols in southern Gironde...

Afternoon Brief, August 26th

Sustainable Packaging for a More Wholistic Wine Business: Eco-friendly packaging engages consumers, improves brand image, and is simply better for the environment. WIA feature by Barbara Barrielle, with insights from Fetzer Vineyards...