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Afternoon Brief, May 27th

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Armed Group Occupies Oldest Mexican Winery Over Water Shortage: People wielding machetes invaded the vineyard in the northern state of Coahuila this week, the company’s manager told Mexican media...
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Afternoon Brief, May 26th

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‘We Hope It Sends a Message’: Bay Area Wine Executive Faces $3.75M Fine for Allegedly Ripping Up Trees and Other Unpermitted Activities: As the megadrought bakes California, leaving parched lake beds and aggressive water restrictions in its wake, the state's creeks and wetlands are more fragile, and vital, than ever. Punishments handed down to landowners who damage that delicate environment are now matching that seriousness...

J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines: 50 Years as Champions of the...

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Back in 1972, Jerry Lohr and his young family planted vines in the Arroyo Seco region of Monterey County, Calif. Among them were Riesling,...
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Afternoon Brief, May 9th

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Casella in Huge Vineyard Sell-Off: Casella Family Brands is selling 35 vineyards covering 7,258 hectares in South Australia and Victoria...
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Afternoon Brief, May 3rd

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New Technology Offers Fighting Chance Against Grapevine Killer: Scientists at UC Riverside have a shot at eradicating a deadly threat to vineyards posed by the glassy-winged sharpshooter, just as its resistance to insecticide has been growing...

J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines Promotes Steve Peck to Vice President,...

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Chief Executive Officer Steve Lohr Additionally Named President San Jose, Calif. – May 3, 2022 – J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines is proud to announce the...

Afternoon Brief, April 18th

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Using Yeast to Combat Climate Change and Improve Flavor: Yeast is to winemaking what faith is to religion. Without that one essential element, the rest collapses. Today, tech innovations are letting vintners use yeast not as an essential ingredient but, rather, as a targeted tool in winemaking, depending on their goals...
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Afternoon Brief, March 3rd

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Fire & Ice: Can Pruning Practices Mitigate Effects of Climate Change?: As scientists and legislators search for large-scale solutions to extreme weather patterns, wine-growers are look for short-term fixes that they hope will help increase their shot at a successful harvest. For many, that means changing pruning practices...

J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines Honored as Top All-Around Winery and...

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Winery’s second double honor in five years reflects the rising success of J. Lohr’s storied Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon and Bordeaux programs San Jose, Calif....
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Afternoon Brief, February 15th

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Monster Beverage and Constellation Mergers Talks Are Progressing: Talks between Monster Beverage Corp., the maker of energy drinks, and Corona brewer Constellation Brands Inc. about a combination are progressing, according to people familiar with the matter...
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Afternoon Brief, November 16th

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Drizly Teams with 7-Eleven to Offer On-Demand Alcohol Delivery from Over 1,200 Stores: Following a successful pilot program with 190 stores, over 1,200 7-Eleven stores across Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Virginia and Washington now offer delivery via Drizly...

J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines Retiring President/COO Jeff Meier Leaves a...

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UC Davis College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Recognizes Contributions With Highest Honor, Award of Distinction San Jose, Calif. – Nov. 16, 2021 – J....

J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines Presents: Words & Wines in Partnership...

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Register here now J. Lohr is launching its first-ever ‘Words & Wine’ Book Club in partnership with National Kidney Foundation and Book Passage! Purchase the...
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Afternoon Brief, June 23rd

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Sonoma State University’s Wine Business Institute Launches New Inclusion Effort: Sonoma State University on Tuesday said it is launching an inclusion program as part of its Wine Business Institute to help further diversify a sector that is largely white...
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Afternoon Brief, April 22nd

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California's Droughts Sometimes Make Better Wine, but They're Bad for the Industry Overall -- Here's Why: This year is shaping up to be a very dry one in California. Coming off of an already-dry 2020 — the third-driest year on record since 1895 — the state has gotten only a fraction of the precipitation it would need to replenish water supplies...
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