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Afternoon Brief, September 12th

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The California Bottle Bill: 8 Important Takeaways: One of the biggest changes in the California wine industry since the end of Prohibition begins on Jan. 1, 2024, and it looks like many of the state’s producers either don’t know about it or aren’t prepared for it — or both...

Lake County Winegrape Commission Announces Launch of Lake County Pruning School...

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September 12, 2023, Kelseyville, Calif. — The Lake County Winegrape Commission announces the highly anticipated launch of the second year of Lake County Pruning School,...

Afternoon Brief, June 28th

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Why Independent Wine Retailers Are Making Custom Cuvées: Private-label wines have long existed for restaurant and retail chains, but now a growing number of small wine retailers are collaborating with boutique wineries to make their own limited-release wines...

Lake County Winegrape Commission Announces Second Year of Pruning School After...

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June 28, 2023, Kelseyville, Calif. — The Lake County Winegrape Commission announced the continuation of Lake County Pruning School, which launched in December 2022 and sold out,...
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Afternoon Brief, December 8th

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WIN Expo Celebrates 10 Years of Bringing Together the Wine Industry: Alongside the trade show which featured nearly 300 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services available and the educational conference sessions, this year’s event featured expanded attendee attractions...

Lake County Winegrape Commission Awarded Grant Supporting Pruning School

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December 8, 2022, Kelseyville, Calif. — The Lake County Winegrape Commission announces it secured a grant from the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) to fund Lake...
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Afternoon Brief, November 14th

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The Science Behind UV Light in Vineyards: Wine regions that receive higher levels of UV light are finding it comes with unexpected challenges—and benefits...
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Afternoon Brief, October 10th

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Son Arrested on Suspicion of Murdering Father in Champagne: Yann Vadin, 33, has been arrested after allegedly admitting to killing his father, local winemaker Jean-Luc Vadin, 57, of Champagne Vadin-Plateau, and staging a burglary...

Lake County Winegrape Commission Announces Launch of Lake County Pruning School...

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October 10th, 2022, Lake County, Calif.— The Lake County Winegrape Commission announces the launch of the inaugural Lake County Pruning School, which will be held beginning in...

Lake County Winegrape Commission Stands Apart

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New Advertising Campaign Differentiates the Wine Region Kelseyville, Calif. May 31, 2022 – The Lake County Winegrape Commission is “raising a little dust” with the...
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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...

Lake County Winegrape Commission Awards Scholarship

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Kelseyville, Calif. May 26, 2022 – The Lake County Winegrape Commission recently awarded its inaugural “Future of Agriculture” scholarship to Atlantis Jones, a senior...
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Afternoon Brief, March 1st

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Anti-Russia Protests Hit Wrong Target: Retailers around the world are dropping Russian products from their shelves, but many are aiming at the wrong targets...

Lake County Winegrape Commission Educates and Inspires as Master Vigneron Academy®...

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Innovative MVA program continues to educate workforce of today while the new Cultivate program inspires future workers Kelseyville, Calif. March 1, 2022 – In Lake...
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Afternoon Brief, October 29th

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Oregon State Receives $7.65 Million Grant to Study Impact of Smoke on Grapes and Wine: Oregon State University researchers and a team of West Coast university collaborators have received a $7.65 million grant to study the impact of smoke exposure on grapes, a project that will provide critical knowledge to grape growers and winery owners severely impacted by widespread wildfire smoke in recent years...
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