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Afternoon Brief, September 3rd

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Winery Insurance Coverage Reinstated by Fair Plan: On Thursday, the California FAIR Plan, the state’s insurer of last resort, announced it will resume offering basic insurance coverage for winery buildings and business personal property not involved with the growing and cultivating of grapes and crops...

Napa Valley Grapegrowers & Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation’s 14th Annual Harvest Stomp:...

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NAPA, CA (September 3, 2021) – The Napa Valley Grapegrowers (NVG) and Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation (FWF) hosted their annual Harvest STOMP fundraiser this past...
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Afternoon Brief, August 30th

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Several Ways to Donate to the Caldor Fire Fund Help Victims of the Fire in El Dorado County: In no time this tight knit community of farmers, wineries, artists and merchants have pulled together several ways to raise money to support the fund...
00:41:29

Afternoon Brief, August 23rd

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Becky Wasserman, American Champion of Burgundy's Small Wineries, Dies at 84: From her farm near Beaune, Wasserman represented small winegrowers from around France to U.S. importers and consumers, and was a valuable mentor...

Harvest Stomp E-Auction Raising Funds to Support Napa Valley AG Land...

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August 23rd - Napa Valley Grapegrowers (NVG) and the Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation (FWF) are excited to announce the launch of their Harvest STOMP...
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Afternoon Brief, August 16th

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Right-Wine Extremist from L.A. Who Turned a Lodi Vineyard into a Shooting Range Cops a Plea with Feds: Right-wing extremist Benjamin Jong Ren Hung who, according to FBI court documents, turned his family’s Lodi-area vineyard into a militia-style, illegal firearms training camp — complete with human target mannequins — has signed a plea deal with federal prosecutors...
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Afternoon Brief, May 14th

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The Future of Wine Post-COVID: Five Trends to Watch: From e-commerce to lower alcohol products, Jamie Williams, managing partner at London advertising agency isobel, explores five post-COVID trends to watch in the wine industry...

2021 Napa Valley Grower of the Year Announced: Ren Harris of...

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NAPA, CA (May 14, 2021) – Oakville grape grower and Napa Valley Grapegrowers founder, Ren Harris, has been named the 2021 Napa Valley Grower of...

Ahead of the Curve 2021: Focused on a Climate Positive Future

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Hosted by Napa Valley Grapegrowers (NVG) and moderated by Michael Silacci, Opus One Winemaker and NVG President, Ahead of the Curve 2021 is proud...
00:23:02

Afternoon Brief, April 7th

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A New Napa Vintner Just Made an Ambitious $10 Million Rutherford Winery Purchase: Suzanne Deal Booth is building a sizeable Napa estate with the historic Bella Oaks Vineyard...

Napa Valley Grapegrowers to Celebrate 46th Anniversary with Community Appreciation Week

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MAY 7, 2021 - The Napa Valley Grapegrowers (NVG) is celebrating its 46th anniversary this May.  NVG has dedicated over 4 decades to preserving...
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Afternoon Brief, March 29th

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It’s in the Can: Premium Wine with a DTC Model, Celebrating Diverse Producers: So, you think wine in cans is a slick joke? Think again. Maker Wine Company, co-founded by Stanford Business School classmates Sarah Hoffman and Kendra Kawala, is out to change minds, one sip at a time...
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Afternoon Brief, March 26th

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Winery Wildfires: How Record Wildfires Are Impacting Wineries Today: The events of recent years have truly tested the resilience of wineries. Wildfires dominating headlines in wine country since 2017 were interrupted briefly by the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, only to return again – and with a record-breaking vengeance...

Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation Donates Over $60,000 to Helena Hospital Foundation...

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NAPA, CA (March 19, 2021) - The Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation (FWF) is excited to announce a donation of over $60,000 in support of the...
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Afternoon Brief, March 12th

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Pandemic Rules Loosened for California Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries: Breweries, wineries and distilleries will soon be allowed to operate outdoors statewide — even if they don't serve food — in the latest loosening of California's coronavirus business restrictions...
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