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Reels and Algorithms: Marketing Goes High Tech

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Adding video and AI to your winery marketing may be easier than you think. By Laurie Wachter   The world of marketing sometimes feels like it’s spinning...
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Afternoon Brief, September 25th

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No Signs of a Turning Point Yet for Wine: There has been little change in the trajectory of the U.S. wine market over the past three months...

Afternoon Brief, July 17th

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Vino Farms Vineyard Management Company to Pay $1.4 Million to Settle Lawsuit over Worker Pay, Breaks: One of Sonoma County’s largest vineyard management companies has agreed to pay $1.4 million to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging it failed to pay workers for all the hours they worked and failed to allow workers meal and rest breaks...

Jordan Vineyard & Winery Named #1 Winery in North America and...

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July 14, 2023 - We are thrilled to share that for the second consecutive year, Sonoma County’s very own Jordan Vineyard & Winery, has been...
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Afternoon Brief, May 1st

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Abrupt Closure of San Francisco Wine Startup Leaves Customers with Thousands of Bottles Stuck in ‘CloudCellar’: The offer was enticing: Pay $25 for a bottle of wine, and you might get upgraded to a bottle worth $100 or more. Better yet, the San Francisco tech company Underground Cellar promised: It would store your wine purchases — up to 500 bottles — for free in a “CloudCellar,” then ship them to you whenever you wanted...
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Afternoon Brief, April 13th

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Washington Wine Industry Helps Stall Bill to Lower DUI to .05%: Senate Bill 5002 didn’t make it across the finish line this year, but responsible wine consumers should keep in their rearview mirror the idea that a sizeable group of Washington state lawmakers wants to lower the legal limit of blood alcohol content to 0.05%...
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Afternoon Brief, April 12th

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Washington Wine Industry Rallies to Aid Family of Late Winemaker Ross Mickel: Last Labor Day weekend, winemaker Ross Mickel of Woodinville's Ross Andrew Winery died in a seaplane crash near Whidbey Island. Now, Mickel’s friends in the wine industry are working to help his surviving daughter and to potentially carry on some of the work he started...

Pollinator Partnership Honors 2022 Monarch Sustainer of the Year Award Winner Jordan...

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April 11th - Pollinator Partnership is pleased to present Jordan Vineyard & Winery with the 2022 Monarch Sustainer of the Year Award. This award...
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Afternoon Brief, January 19th

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Silicon Valley Bank Releases Annual State of the US Wine Industry Report: The 22nd edition of the annual report provides an assessment of the industry amid current market conditions and shares a unique forecast for the year ahead based on proprietary research and economic and behavioral trends among consumers...
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Afternoon Brief, January 5th

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Land Trust of Napa County Agrees to Buy Controversial Walt Ranch Property from Hall Wines: Attempts by owners Craig and Kathryn Hall to transform the wooded ranch into a vineyard were at the epicenter of a wider battle between open space and grape growing in Napa County...
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Afternoon Brief, December 6th

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Solano County Winemakers’ Pitch for New Grape Pricing Advances: For just over three years wine grape growers and vintners in a portion of Solano County have been petitioning the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) with a request: Move a boundary line on a map and, in doing so, fix a problem that was costing them profit from the sale of wine grapes...
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Afternoon Brief, November 11th

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Sonoma County Vintner Offers Farmworkers ‘Hazard Pay’ During Smoky Days: A Sonoma County wine and food venture has committed to paying farmworkers more for going out into smoky or other potentially hazardous conditions to pick grapes or other make-or-break tasks...

Afternoon Brief, November 4th

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Global Warming Saves Oregon's Vintage: After a poor start, an unlikely heatwave rescued a harvest that was looking decidedly iffy...
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Afternoon Brief, October 28th

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Federal Regulators Descend Upon Nation’s Largest Alcohol Wholesaler: Federal regulators descended upon the Union City offices of the country’s largest liquor wholesaler on Wednesday, spending most of the day at the Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits building on Dowe Avenue...
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Afternoon Brief, March 24th

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Fighting to Save the American Oak: Imagine a nation populated primarily by retirees, with few babies, and even fewer individuals ready to head into the workforce. Anyone with even the most tenuous grasp of socioeconomics could tell you those demographics will spell doom for the country's future in a matter of decades...
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