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Afternoon Brief, May 9th

Wait, the Cheapest Bottle on a Wine List Costs How Much Now?: Less than a decade ago, it was routine to find great wines under $40 at top New York City restaurants. What happens when even entry-level wines feel like luxury items?...

Afternoon Brief, May 8th

In a Major Pinot Noir Purchase, Constellation Buys Sta. Rita Hills Icon Sea Smoke: The Santa Barbara County winery was a key player in the region’s Pinot Noir and Chardonnay renaissance...

Afternoon Brief, March 20th

Thieves Hit Chablis Winery, Stealing More Than 1,000 Bottles: Thieves entered Domaine du Château de Viviers undetected in the middle of the night and stole wines with a total estimated value of more than €50,000, said the Chablis producer...

Afternoon Brief, January 16th

The #1 Reason Why U.S. Consumers Are Buying Less Wine: The downturn in U.S. wine sales is real and substantial, confirmed by multiple data sources and extends all the way to actual consumption. Pandemic effects, inflation, competition, high inventories and channel switching all have had impacts, but don’t explain the downturn completely...

Afternoon Brief, December 6th

New Lawsuit Challenges Protectionist California Wine Distribution Law: The National Association of Wine Retailers announced its support today for a lawsuit challenging a discriminatory and protectionist California restriction on out-of-state wineries selling directly to California retailers and restaurants...

Afternoon Brief, December 5th

AI Can Tell a Wine’s Vineyard with 100% Accuracy: AI may have just replaced another profession: wine tasters...

Afternoon Brief, December 4th

Washington Winery Wants Answers as to Who Drained Thousands of Gallons of Wine Estimated at over $600K: Investigators have not made any arrests and have no suspect information...

Afternoon Brief, November 14th

Argiano Brunello di Montalcino 2018 Named Wine Spectator’s Wine of the Year: Wine Spectator, the world’s leading authority on wine, announced Argiano Brunello di Montalcino 2018 as the 2023 Wine of the Year...

InnoApp: Wine Production Management in Your Pocket (iOS and Android)

InnoVint has unveiled a fresh, new way to grow and produce your wine with our beautiful offline-capable mobile app, InnoApp, for vineyard and winery...

Afternoon Brief, September 19th

WHO Shifts Its Alcohol Narratives and the Wine Industry Faces New Challenges: The World Health Organisation has alcohol in its crosshairs. One industry expert tells Felicity Carter that the wine industry needs to pay attention...

Afternoon Brief, August 16th

Napa Valley Wine Prices Just Broke This Record: Wine prices jumped $17 per bottle in Napa Valley last year, and winery tasting fees increased 35%, according to a new report...

Afternoon Brief, June 8th

Wineries Switch onto Tracking Tech: Stakeholders in several major wine regions are embracing the digital revolution. Armed with data tracking technology, vintners are increasingly intent on watching you...

Afternoon Brief, June 2nd

Buellton’s Summerland Wine Brands to Liquidate, Close Doors By July 31: Summerland Wine Brands, formerly Terravant Wine Co., laid off or furloughed all but about 40 people on May 25, and plans to liquidate its winemaking equipment and sell the Buellton facility, according to a former employee familiar with operations...

Afternoon Brief, May 22nd

East Coast Wineries Assessing Losses After Late Frost Turns May Morning into a ‘Bad Dream’: Last week provided another reminder of the risks of farming overall and growing grapevines specifically...

Afternoon Brief, March 15th

ChatGPT Just Passed Three of the Master Sommelier Theory Exams: OpenAI’s ChatGPT continues to confound with its seemingly endless scope – including passing three levels of the infamously tricky Master Sommelier exam...