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Afternoon Brief, November 4th

Global Warming Saves Oregon's Vintage: After a poor start, an unlikely heatwave rescued a harvest that was looking decidedly iffy...

Afternoon Brief, May 10th

Gallo Lays Off Most Clos du Bois Winery Workers: The Clos du Bois winery has laid off most of its workers and closed winemaking operations at the Geyserville facility...

Afternoon Brief, April 27th

US Wine Sales Set to Skyrocket: Strap yourselves in, US wine industry, because you're on a rocket ship that's about to blast off. That's the prediction from industry analyst Rob McMillan, and it's notable because McMillan has become best known in recent years for his gloomy long-term forecasts for wine...

Afternoon Brief, June 4

Robots Armed with UV Light Fight Grape Mildew: Robots fitted with ultraviolet light lamps that roam vineyards at night are proving effective at killing powdery mildew, a devastating pathogen for many crops, including grapes...

Afternoon Brief, April 27

Next in Sport: Worldwide Wine Trends: South Africa was struggling to export wine even before the pandemic, while France, Italy and... wait for it... Canada were booming. These are some of the takeaways from statistics released this week by the OIV (International Organization of Vine and Wine)...

Afternoon Brief, April 20

No Safety in Numbers for Wine Grapes: Conventional wisdom tells us never to put all our eggs in one basket. The wine industry suggests otherwise...

Richard Mendelson’s Appellation Napa Valley Receives Coveted Award from the International...

Napa, California – Local attorney and author Richard Mendelson has been awarded the 2016 Grand Prize from the prestigious International Organization of Vine and...
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