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Great Wine Capitals Global Network Announces the San Francisco | Napa...

NORTH AMERICAN INNOVATORS RECEIVE ACCOLADES FOR EXCELLENCE IN WINE TOURISM Napa Valley, CA (Sept. 19, 2019) – As one of ten recognized Great Wine Capitals,...

Afternoon Brief, July 29

Wine in Cans Could Be 10% of Category Says Free Flow Wines: Free Flow Wines are betting big on the continued growth of alternative sustainable wine packaging with an investment of around $10 million in a new state-of the-art 58,000 square foot facility in Sonoma. The facility is designed from the ground up to support Free Flow Wines projected growth of both their kegging and canning business ...

What’s New in the Napa Valley, Summer/Fall 2019

July 16, 2019 – Come discover what's new in the Napa Valley, including new things to see and do, shopping experiences, wine tasting opportunities,...

Afternoon Brief, March 18

Constellation Brands May Sell Cheap Wine Brands to Gallo: Constellation Brands may sell off some of its lower-end wine brands to Gallo Winery, according to CNBC. The report comes after Constellation said last month that it may sell up to 40% of its wine brands because they are underperforming...

Afternoon Brief, March 12

The Maddening Business of Marketing to Millennials: "I do think Bordeaux is potentially losing a generation," argues NYC-based sommelier Cedric Nicaise. "The wines are expensive, seen as 'old' by many younger people and are not cool ...

Afternoon Brief, February 20

An Entire California Wine Appellation Is on the Market for $3.3 Million: You may have dreamed of owning your own vineyard. Well, here's a chance to own an entire wine appellation...

A 75 Year Collaboration Continues at Auction Napa Valley

May 31st Barrel Auction will be held at the historic and newly restored Louis M. Martini Winery 12/12/2018 - St. Helena, California- In 2019 the...

Afternoon Brief, September 6

Your Wine Brand Could Be Lost in One Single Trademark Infringement: The landscape of the alcoholic beverage industry in the new millennium looks dramatically different than the drinks business of the 20th century.