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Afternoon Brief, September 25th

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No Signs of a Turning Point Yet for Wine: There has been little change in the trajectory of the U.S. wine market over the past three months...
01:25:16

Afternoon Brief, August 22nd

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Sherry Lehmann’s Landlord Sues Iconic Wine Shop over $3.6 Million in Unpaid Rent: Sherry-Lehmann’s landlord is suing the iconic wine retailer as well as its former owners over $3.6 million in unpaid rent – and is demanding that its shuttered store on Park Avenue be cleared out immediately, according to a court filing...
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Afternoon Brief, April 3rd

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Remembering Al Scheid, Founder of Scheid Family Wines: It is with great sadness that Scheid Family Wines shares the news of the passing of Al Scheid, Founder and Chairman of the Board of Scheid Family Wines, at the age of 91...
01:02:59

Afternoon Brief, February 13th

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Oregon Liquor Director to Resign Amid Scandal Over Rare Bourbon: The director of the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission will step down this week, after revelations he and other top managers at the agency saved bottles of rare bourbon to purchase for themselves and friends...
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Afternoon Brief, January 30th

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COVID-19’s Lasting Impact on the Wine Industry Sets the Stage for 2023 Opportunities: The challenges of the past few years have driven significant change in the wine sector, and 2023 will require continued adaptation...
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Afternoon Brief, December 22nd

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€2 Million of ‘Fake Champagne’ Confiscated from Producer Over Fraudulent Practises: A Champagne producer has been confiscated of nearly 300,000 bottles from their cellar, after mixing certified grapes with disqualified varieties...
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Afternoon Brief, September 26th

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Red Blotch Virus Detected for First Time in Australia in Wine Grape Collections: A grape disease that hasn't been found in Australia before has been identified in three separate states...
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Afternoon Brief, September 12th

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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...
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Afternoon Brief, August 27

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Wineries Share Their Point-of-Sale System Priorities and Experiences - Point-of-Sale systems in wineries seem to be a love-hate relationship many times the hate overcoming the love as the frustrations of adapting to changing and challenging environments puts a strain on winery personnel and the electronic retail and data system that supports their efforts ...
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