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Afternoon Brief, May 21st

Feds Prepare to Call Wine Unsafe: Fears are rising that health authorities in the US will label wine as unsafe to consume in any quantity...

London Wine Fair’s Judgement of London: The Results

May 23rd - London Wine Fair’s Judgement of London took place yesterday, and the results are now in. 32 wines were tasted over a...

Afternoon Brief, May 16th

Windsor Winery Owner Accused of Years of Childhood Sexual Assault by His Sister in Lawsuit: The owner of a prominent Sonoma County winery is accused of sexually assaulting his sister over years when they were both children in a lawsuit in San Francisco County court...

Judges Revealed for LWF Judgement of London Tasting

May 16th - The judges have been revealed for London Wine Fair’s Judgement of London, which takes place on the first day of the...

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...

Bottle Collection Initiative Leads to International Reuse Ready Charter

May 14th - The team behind the LWF23 Bottle Collection Initiative has concluded its research and is set to reveal its findings at next...

Afternoon Brief, March 13th

North Coast Wine Industry Cautiously Optimistic as 2024 Grape Season Starts: Wine grape growers and vintners are cautiously optimistic as the 2024 season gets underway for the North Coast crop...

Afternoon Brief, May 19th

Wine Country and the Silicon Valley Bank Hangover: SVB had been the go-to bank for many North Bay wineries—who will tap the barrels now?...

Afternoon Brief, May 15th

Wine Industry Sales Symposium (WISS) a Success: Last week’s Wine Industry Sales Symposium, presented by Wine Industry Network (WIN), proved to be an unparalleled platform for learning and networking...

Afternoon Brief, May 5th

Big Duckhorn Winery Growth Plans Win Napa County Approval: Duckhorn Vineyards winery near St. Helena has secured Napa County approvals to construct more buildings, make more wine and host more guests...

Afternoon Brief, March 2nd

Angelo Sangiacomo, Pioneering Sonoma Winegrower, Dies at 92: Angelo Clement Sangiacomo, a pioneering winegrower who helped revolutionize California grapegrowing and a founding partner of Sangiacomo Family Vineyards, a third generation family business in Sonoma, Calif., has died on Monday, February 27, 2023. He passed away peacefully at his home at the age of 92 years old...

Afternoon Brief, June 13th

American Pinot Noir Legend Josh Jensen Dies at 78: Josh Jensen, the founder of the Central Coast’s famed Calera Wine Company, a visionary leader in the American wine community, and the iconic pioneer of luxury California Pinot Noir died on Saturday, June 11...

Afternoon Brief, January 27th

Wine Bottle Shortage Is a Myth Says Glass Packaging Institute President: In his remarks and presentation to the press DeFife stated that: “A glass shortage is not an accurate description of the current state of the market. We understand some end-market customers may have issues with getting bottle stock, but that is not a “glass shortage.”...

Afternoon Brief, January 13th

Wine Spectator's Kim Marcus, 1959–2022: Longtime senior editor helped shape the magazine's global coverage of wine for more than three decades...

Afternoon Brief, March 13

Pandemic a Double-Edged Sword for Wine: There's good news and bad news about the impact on the wine industry of the corona virus, and Donald Trump's sudden European travel ban...