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Afternoon Brief, June 1st

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Sonoma Wineries Face Growing Permitting Burdens for Business Operations: The ongoing struggle between wineries and Sonoma County to determine the future of permitting for winery activities and events is coming closer to conclusive guidelines...

Lodi Winegrape Commission Celebrates 30 Years, Passing Referendum with 85% Approval

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Organization’s success attributed to support and funding by visionary winegrowers LODI, Calif., June 1, 2021 – The California Department of Food & Agriculture (CDFA) announced...

Lodi Producers Invite Guests to ‘Drink Pink’ This June

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Passport-style event aimed at highlighting winegrowing region’s diversity, attracting new audience LODI, Calif., May 25, 2021 – Lodi producers will kick off the summer season...

Afternoon Brief, May 17th

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Fire Destroys Distillery at Westport Winery Garden Resort in Washington: A year ago, the Roberts family of Westport Winery Garden Resort earned headlines during the pandemic for using their Ocean’s Daughter Distillery to produce hand sanitizer for law enforcement and first responders...

Afternoon Brief, April 19th

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Sonoma County Winemaker Seeks Zero-Tolerance Policy for Sexual Assault and Harassment: In a bid to improve the treatment of women in Sonoma County’s wine industry, an influential female winemaker has drafted a zero-tolerance policy for sexual assault and harassment and is calling on trade groups representing wineries and grape growers across the county to adopt it in a unanimous show of support for women working in wine...

24th Annual Lodi Wine & Chocolate Weekend Returns this May

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Beloved passport-style event to replace annual lakeside festival at limited capacity in 2021 LODI, Calif., April 19, 2021 -- Lodi’s highly anticipated 24th annual Wine...

Afternoon Brief, April 15th

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France’s Wine Regions Start Counting the Cost of April’s Bitter Frost Damage: There’s nothing new about an April frost in France, but precocious ripening of vine buds earlier on in the growing cycle is becoming increasingly common due to global warming. Combined, the two have had a devastating effect on wine producers throughout France...

Lodi Winegrape Commission Extends Partnership with SommFoundation

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Virtual Masterclass on sustainable winegrowing held on May 17 will be led by Elaine Chukan Brown LODI, Calif. – April 15, 2021 – The Lodi...

Afternoon Brief, March 23rd

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Oregon’s Alcohol Producers Temporarily Stop A 3000% Tax Hike: What happens to Oregon’s alcohol taxes? That’s what the former sponsor of a spiked bill to raise taxes on alcohol by up to 3,000% wants to know before she decides whether to back any similar bills in the future...

Lodi Winegrape Commission Appoints Paul R. Marsh, CS, Lodi Visitor Center...

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Lodi, CA, March 21, 2021 – The Lodi Winegrape Commission, which represents more than 750 winegrape growers and 85 wineries in the Lodi American...

Afternoon Brief, February 16th

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Pandemic, Northern California Fires Could Complicate Wine Business Financing, Lenders Say: Second-generation vintner Hugh Davies is disappointed he didn’t hit last year’s business performance goals for Schramsberg Vineyards in upper Napa Valley...

Lodi Winegrowers Call for Action with Old Vine Preservation Campaign

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“Save the Old Vines” to highlight heritage plantings and old vine wines, October 5 to November 22, 2020 Lodi, CA Oct 9, 2020 – The...

Afternoon Brief, September 2

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Walla Walla Winery Fights Back About Poor Rating from BBB: A Walla Walla winery recently received a “F” rating from the Better Business Bureau after multiple complaints alleging orders were not delivered...

Lodi Wine Region Cancels Annual Row x Row Festival, May 15...

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Well-being and safety of their guests and community a top priority for Lodi’s winegrowers and makers Lodi, CA, March 19, 2020 – In an aggressive...

Afternoon Brief, February 3

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John Hinman on the Consequences of Supreme Court Ruling on Nationwide Direct-to-Retailer Shipments: Has the time come for small and medium wineries to move beyond the 3-tier distribution system? Should they build direct-to-retailer (DTR) networks across states just as they have developed direct-to-consumer businesses?