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US Wine DtC Legal Battles—Time to Calm Down

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There are many reason for the Supreme Court not to hear a case—none of which the wine industry can influence. —Jeff Siegel Jay Hack, a senior...

Sarasota Wine Market v. Schmitt—What’s the Fuss?

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A Supreme Court decision may affect the three-tier system as we know it. —Jeff Siegel This week the U.S. Supreme Court could decide to take a...

Is It Time to Kick the (Wine) Can?

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Canned wine seems to have plateaued in the U.S., despite many opportunities for growth —Jeff Seigel What does it say about canned wine’s future that one...

Scientists Develop Organic Cure for Pierce’s Disease

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Testing continues, but new treatment meets approval of U.S. EPA and several state regulators. —Jeff Siegel Walk around certain vineyards, whether the well-renowned regions of California...

Smaller Producers Need Independent Retailers—Now More Than Ever

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Distributors, brokers, and buyers discuss the importance of connecting with niche-focused wine shops —Jeff Siegel “You’re the only one who can tell your story,” says a...

What the Biden Administration’s Anti-Trust Directive Means for the Wholesale Tier

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Experts believe the Executive Order may correct unfair trade practices; few predict any immediate or drastic results. Could the Biden Administration try to break up...

Afternoon Brief, May 10

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Dry Red Wines' 'Big Tannins' Are Literally Bigger, Study Says: Even casual drinkers can usually identify a wine with big tannins. Tannins emphasize a wines dryness by tingling the side of your mouth or leaving an almost rough feeling on your tongue ...

Study Finds Red Wines Gets Higher Scores for No Apparent Reason

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 Red Wine and Expert Bias Do experts rate red wines more highly than white wines, regardless of price, vintage, and region? Does this mean there...

Afternoon Brief, September 9

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Did Napa Quake Unearth Groundwater?: According to one news report, the 6.0 earthquake reportedly allowed groundwater to surface in dry creek beds and streams. Its not the first time seismic events have changed the course of water...