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Afternoon Brief, March 13

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Pandemic a Double-Edged Sword for Wine: There's good news and bad news about the impact on the wine industry of the corona virus, and Donald Trump's sudden European travel ban...

Afternoon Brief, August 15

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How Wine World Has Changed Since Poor 2017 Global Harvest : 2017 was a long, protracted nightmare for so much of the world of wine. Circumstances came together so that both the northern and southern hemispheres both endured bad harvests in most of the major wine producing countries ...

Fifteen Wine Importers from the United Kingdom and Ireland to Visit...

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Aug. 7, 2019 SAN FRANCISCO — The week of Oct. 6, 2019 kicks off the first ever visit to California wine country solely dedicated...

Afternoon Brief June 7

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Due to La Niña, Drought Could Get Worse This Winter: Last month, state water officials eased conservation mandates in response to slightly above-average winter rain and snow in much of California, leading many to speculate that the state's long-running drought has tapered off ...

Afternoon Brief, March 17

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ProWein 2016 Reveals Insightful Consumer Trends and Racks Record-Breaking Visitors: ProWein, one of the world's biggest annual wine trade events held in Düsseldorf, Germany, attracted more than 55,000 visitors from 126 countries, and featured 6,200 exhibitors from 59 countries-record-breaking figures for the fair...

Afternoon Brief, February 4

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Micro-Agglomerates: 350 Million Illegal Corks Per Year? Agglomerated cork manufacturers and importers are facing scrutiny from two major federal agencies over health concerns about the plastic used to bind bits of cork glued together. The concern is that chemicals in the binding plastic can leach into wine...