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Wildfire
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Afternoon Brief, May 4th

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Crews Battle Fire at a Wine-Making Facility in Florence County: A fire at a wine-making facility in the Cartersville community on Lamar Highway in Florence County is now contained and under control, according to officials with the Sardis-Timmonsville Fire Department...
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Afternoon Brief, April 29th

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AI Sommelier Generates Wine Reviews Without Ever Opening a Bottle: A new algorithm writes wine and beer reviews that sound like they were penned by human critics. Is that a good thing?...
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Afternoon Brief, April 26th

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DTC Crackdown: Understand State Laws to Avoid Entanglement: There could well be a silver lining in the number of states that have stepped up enforcement of direct to consumer (DTC) shipping regulations. It’s the idea, say analysts and attorneys, that DTC is now mainstream enough to warrant a closer look, just like underage drinking and dram laws...
Wildfire
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Afternoon Brief, March 11th

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Chemical Analysis Reveals Effects of Wildfire Smoke on Grapes and Wines: A new study provides practical guidelines for using biomarkers to identify ‘smoke taint’ in grapes and wines affected by the smoke from wildfires..
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Afternoon Brief, March 4th

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‘Catastrophic’ Fire Damages Larson Family Winery in Sonoma County: With roots that date back to 1899, Larson Family Winery was one of the earlier wineries to open in Sonoma Valley. But a devastating blaze Wednesday night has reduced the tasting room to rubble...
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Afternoon Brief, February 7th

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Warming Planet Makes Better Wine: Climate change is undoubtedly a bigger threat to the planet than even Covid, but if it could be said to have a sweet spot, then we are in it – at least where wine is concerned...
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Afternoon Brief, February 4th

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Napa County Planning Commission Endorses Micro-Winery Law: Advocates who say Napa County should make it easier for small farms to create "micro-wineries" have secured backing from the county Planning Commission...
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Afternoon Brief, January 31st

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The Next Normal—DtC Shipping Reverts to Pre-Pandemic Predictions: The 2022 Direct to Consumer Wine Shipping Report has been released, and the industry is likely breathing a collective sigh of relief. The report, an annual collaboration between Sovos ShipCompliant and Wines Vines Analytics, shows the industry slowly returning to its pre-pandemic state...
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Afternoon Brief, August 27th

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Afternoon Brief: By the end of 2021, 72.9 percent of online purchases will be made on mobile devices. Wineries already using scannable technology on their bottles, shelf talkers, or neckers are ahead in dollars, data, and consumer reach. | WIA Exclusive by Robin Shreeves...

Napa’s Historic Heitz Cellar Celebrates 60th Anniversary with the Grand Opening of...

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The Lawrence Family and Carlton McCoy Jr. Mark the Occasion with State-of-the-Art Visitors Center and Launch of Lot C-91, a Wine Last Produced in...
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Afternoon Brief, May 12th

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Another Sonoma County California Winery Closes: Two famous old Sonoma wineries have closed within a week - coincidence or a worrying trend?...

Commemorating 60th Anniversary, Heitz Cellar Unveils Lot C-91, a Rare Cuvée Last...

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Half a Century Later, Iconic Napa Valley Winery Releases Lot C-91 to Honor Founder Joe Heitz’s Legacy Napa Valley, CA (May 7, 2021) – Heitz Cellar...

“Straight Talk with Wine Spectator” Instagram Live Series to Spotlight Black...

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Conversation Series Begins Tuesday, August 4 with Carlton McCoy, CEO of Heitz Cellar New York, NY (July 27, 2020)—Wine Spectator, the world's leading authority on wine,...
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Afternoon Brief, September 24

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For California Wineries During Harvest, PG&E Power Outages Could Be Disastrous - Jon Phillips, a Santa Rosa winemaker, walked into his local hardware store in search of a generator only to learn another customer had walked out with the last one ...
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Afternoon Brief, September 10

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Some of California's Most Famous Wines Came from a Science Experiment - Starting out as a research specialist at the University of California at Santa Barbara in the late 1960s, botanist Michael Benedict had no idea that his studies of the oceans effect on plants would lead him to found one of California's most famous vineyards, Sanford & Benedict, in the Santa Ynez Valley, 48 years ago ...
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