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Afternoon Brief, September 11

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Torrid Temperatures Shrivel California Wine Grapes to Raisins Humans weren't the only ones caught off guard and uncomfortable...

Afternoon Brief, July 13

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Bordeaux's Most Expensive Wines It's not often "Bordeaux" crops up in the same sentence as "bargain" - especially...

Afternoon Brief, May 25

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Wine Industry Racing to Meet $10–$20 a Bottle Demand Consumer thirst for wines retailing for more than $10...

Afternoon Brief, April 24

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Value Wins at Sonoma Wine Auction Many people told me this off the record so I'm going to lead with it: the Sonoma County Barrel Auction is more fun than Premiere Napa Valley...

Afternoon Brief, March 14

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Jackson Building a New Winery in Oregon: Jackson Family Wines is building a new winery in Oregon from scratch to help cope with its substantially increased vineyard holdings in the state...

Afternoon Brief, January 30

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Is the Intelligent Vineyard the Future of Winegrape Growing?: Phil Asmundson is by no means a veteran viticulturist, but a half-dozen years ago, after watching his wife and business partner, Kim, augering soil samples, he recalls turning to her and saying, "No offense, but there's got to be a better way"...

Afternoon Brief, September 15

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Alcohol Industry Bankrolls Fight Against Legal Pot in Battle of the Buzz: The fight against legalized pot is being heavily bankrolled by alcohol and pharmaceutical companies, terrified that they might lose market share...

Afternoon Brief, July 6

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El Niño or La Niña: California Unprepared for Both: With El Niño we were told California's drought would be washed away. That didn't happen...

Afternoon Brief, February 26

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Farm Labor Contractor, Vineyard Pay $42K in Penalties for Providing Deplorable Housing Conditions to Farm Workers in Sonoma County: Investigators from the U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division found farm labor contractor Four Seasons Vineyard Management and winemaker Ridge Vineyards in violation of the Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act for providing deplorable housing conditions to farm workers in northern Sonoma County...

Afternoon Brief, April 8

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A likely early bloom could increase impact of a late Napa Valley frost: Unusually warm temperatures since the first of the year have accelerated development of Napa Valley's 2015 wine grape crop, prompting concerns that an early bloom could leave vines more vulnerable to frost later this spring...

Afternoon Brief, March 10

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Brain Protein Could Hold Alcoholism Cure: A study, led by the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, found that the naturally-occurring brain protein called Neuropeptide Y, or NPY, was capable of suppressing binge alcohol drinking in mice...

Afternoon Brief, February 17

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More than 700 top wine trade and media guests from around the world are gathering in Napa Valley for a week of educational events and professional tastings organized by the Napa Valley Vintners (NVV) nonprofit trade association...

Afternoon Brief, January 16

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Wine Anarchy on French TV Talk Show: A televised discussion about the Charlie Hebdo attacks risks censure by flouting a French law banning wine on TV... A televised discussion about the Charlie Hebdo attacks risks censure by flouting a French law banning wine on TV...

Afternoon Brief, January 15

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American wineries increased the dollar value of their direct-to-consumer shipments by an unprecedented 15.5% in 2014, with an equally record-breaking increase in the volume of those shipments...

Afternoon Brief, January 6

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John Pedroncelli, a second-generation vintner who was instrumental in building Sonoma County's wine industry, particularly in the Dry Creek Valley that he called home for almost all of his life, died Sunday at home after a monthslong battle with cancer...