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Afternoon Brief, February 19

Five New and Innovative Products from This Year’s Unified Trade Show: ASEV promised that this year's Unified Wine & Grape Symposium was going to be big, and it was. The trade show stretched across four buildings at the Cal Expo plus an outdoor exhibit area...

Afternoon Brief, February 11

California's winegrowers may have reached a ceiling the 2019 grape crush was 9.1 percent smaller than the record 2018 crush, and is the smallest overall since 2011, according to the California Department of Food & Agriculture ...

Moët Hennessy Unveils Its Vinexpo Program: Sharing, Engaging with and Uniting...

After announcing its intention to take part in Vinexpo Paris exhibition (from February 10th to 12th, 2020), setting up as an agora dedicated to...

Afternoon Brief, November 21

Three Perspectives on the Challenges of the North Coast Wine Industry: Dire warnings, cautions, and stories winegrowers beginning to feel the pinch of a stagnating wine market have emerged through the harvest season. It's clear, growers and winemakers may have to make hard adjustments for the 2020 market conditions ...

Moët Hennessy at Vinexpo: A Mindful Forum on Living Soils

Moët Hennessy announces its participation in Vinexpo Paris from February 10 to 12, 2020 with a unique and groundbreaking dimension. Not only will Moët Hennessy...

Afternoon Brief, August 27

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 ...

Afternoon Brief, August 22

Saving Cabernet from Climate Change: UC Cooperative Extension, Beckstoffer Vineyards and Duarte Nursery are launching the wine industry's most ambitious cabernet sauvignon rootstock and clone trial in the Red Hills of Lake County to give the varietal greater resilience to climate change...

Afternoon Brief, May 22

Wineries Innovate to Build Domestic Demand: Amid lingering trade uncertainties and a changing consumer market, some Northern California wineries are trying to get creative to maintain demand...

Afternoon Brief, February 11

WineDirect Sues Former Employees for Allegedly Misappropriating Trade Secrets: WineDirect Inc. is suing two former employees for allegedly misappropriating trade secrets to benefit their e-commerce platform, according to the complaint ...

Afternoon Brief, March 28

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Chilean Winemaker Learns Napa Lesson Patricio Celedon may be the only winemaker in the world who went to...

Afternoon Brief, December 5

Wine.com Releases 2017 Wine.com 100 Wine.com, the nation's leading online wine retailer, today announced the eleventh annual Wine.com 100. Reflecting the top wines purchased on the website during the first 11 months of 2017...

Afternoon Brief, September 26

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Opus One Winery Fined for Accidental Grape Waste Discharge Opus One Winery has agreed to pay nearly $12,000...

Afternoon Brief, June 9

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Santa Rosa's Vintage Wine Estates Expanding to Oregon Santa Rosa-based Vintage Wine Estate on Thursday, June 8, said...

Bodega Numanthia Receives Top Ratings from Wine Spectator for 2012 Releases

New York, NY (May 18, 2017): Bodega Numanthia is pleased to announce its top ratings received from Wine Spectator.  Wine Spectator’s March 2017 edition...

Afternoon Brief, July 26

Winemakers’ Push for Stricter Label Rules Fraught with Unintended Consequences: A federal proposal that California winemakers and legislators hope will tighten labeling rules for wine in the state also will have unintended consequences, a law professor said during a recent interview...