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Afternoon Brief, May 14th

Storied Washington Producer Betz Family Winery Acquired by Ackley Brands: Ackley Brands, a family-owned beverage company in Seattle with a portfolio of iconic brands across the Pacific Northwest, proudly announces its milestone acquisition of Betz Family Winery...

Afternoon Brief, May 7th

New Oklahoma Law Says Businesses No Longer Need to Check ID’s Before Serving Alcohol: Under the law, sellers can still be held responsible for selling or serving alcoholic beverages to a person under 21...

Afternoon Brief, October 24th

Providing ingredient and nutrition labeling for wine and other alcoholic beverages has not traditionally been required by federal law in the United States...

Afternoon Brief, March 8th

Brazilian Wine Giants Linked to 'Conditions Analogous to Slavery': Three of Brazil’s biggest wineries have been suspended by ApexBrasil, the government Trade and Investment Promotion Agency, following an operation to rescue over 200 workers from what were described as “conditions analogous to slavery”. The story could affect Brazil's ambition to boost wine exports...

Afternoon Brief, February 14th

Beckstoffer Vineyards Sues Last Bottle for Trademark Infringement: The Complaint, filed on February 11, 2023, alleges that Blicker Pierce Wagner Wine Merchants, LLC and its affiliated companies, Sleeper Cellars and Last Bottle, willfully committed trademark infringement by placing the Beckstoffer trademark on the front label of a wine without authorization...

Afternoon Brief, January 11th

US Wine Market Flattens Out: US wine sales figures were a little confusing last year, but one thing is clear: older drinkers still matter...

Afternoon Brief, September 19th

Sonoma County Wine Auction Returns at Healdsburg’s Chalk Hill Estate Vineyards: There were plenty of spiraling bids at the main attraction of the Sonoma County Wine Auction on Saturday, with signs the charitable fundraiser entering its fourth decade could surpass last year’s take of $1.7-plus million...

Afternoon Brief, September 12th

Why Wine Country Is No Longer ‘for Regular People,’ According to Some Bay Area Residents: Priced out. Astronomical tasting fees. Rip-off. These were some of the sentiments shared by Bay Area residents after The Chronicle reported last week that it has been an unusually slow summer in Wine Country...