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Afternoon Brief, May 25th

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What the Wine Industry Gets Wrong About Marketing to Younger Generations: Wine has been looking for ways to reach newly of-age consumers since the 1990s. What will it take to get it right in today's market?...

Napa Valley Vintners $1 Million Investment Supports New Family Resource Center

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Multi-Purpose Facility Opens to American Canyon Residents 5/25/2022 - On Tuesday, May 24, residents in south Napa County welcomed the opening of a new Family Resource Center (FRC)...

The Meritage Resort and Spa’s Olive & Hay Restaurant Receives Prestigious...

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Premier Resort and Restaurant Recognized for its Commitment To Napa Valley Wine Industry NAPA, California (May 23, 2022) – The Meritage Resort & Spa, the premier...
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Afternoon Brief, May 19th

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2022 Sonoma County Wine Auction Announces Vintner and Chef Honorees: Sonoma County Vintners Foundation is thrilled to announce Jean-Charles Boisset as Vintner Honoree and Dustin Valette as Chef Honoree for the 2022 Sonoma County Wine Auction (SCWA)...

Napa Valley Future Leaders Step Up Through Leadership Program

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5/19/2022 - Saint Helena, CA - This week the second cohort of the tailor-made Napa Valley Vintners Leadership Program gathered to begin their journey as future leaders. This...
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Afternoon Brief, April 21st

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Regenerative Viticulture Foundation Launches to Promote Soil Health Restoration: Witnessing the harm on viticulture from extreme weather and intensive farming, a new non-profit group - Regenerative Viticulture Foundation (RVF) - has been launched with the aim to restore soil health in global vineyards...

Much Anticipated Collective Napa Valley Barrel Auction Weekend Tickets Now Available

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4/21/2022 - Saint Helena, CA – Tickets are now available for purchase to the Collective Napa Valley Barrel Auction Weekend taking place June 2-4, 2022....
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Afternoon Brief, April 4th

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Late Frost Ices Over French Vineyards, Threatens Fruit Crops: Temperature swing is threatening fruit crops across multiple countries...
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Afternoon Brief, March 25th

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There are More Merges and Acquisitions in Wine Than Ever Before—Here’s Why: In recent years, mergers and acquisitions in the wine industry have become increasingly common. During the latter half of 2020 through 2021, however, things progressed to a whole new level...
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Afternoon Brief, March 23rd

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Sebastopol Vintner Admits Guilt for Killing Man, Injuring Boy While Driving Drunk in Sonoma County Court: A Sebastopol vintner pleaded guilty in Sonoma County Superior Court Wednesday to vehicular manslaughter while driving drunk in connection with a 2021 crash that killed a Santa Rosa cyclist and seriously injured a 12-year-old boy...

Innovative Philanthropy Program Kicks Off with Collective Napa Valley Debut Event

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3/21/2022 - Saint Helena, CA – The Collective Napa Valley inaugural event goes live on Thursday March 24, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. PDT with a welcome to...
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Afternoon Brief, March 21st

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Can Major Wine Markets in China Survive Its Worst COVID Resurgence?: China’s intense lockdown and curbs have shown immediate effects on the country’s lucrative wine market, especially in three of the affluent cities in Shanghai, Shenzhen and Dongguan that are engines for the country’s wine consumption, as the country holds on tight to its ‘zero-Covid policy’...
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Afternoon Brief, March 9th

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The San Luis Obispo Coast Named by TTB as Wine’s Newest AVA: The SLO Coast Wine Collective is proud to announce the San Luis Obispo Coast is the newest American Viticultural Area (AVA), a designation awarded March 9, 2022 by the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau...

Napa Valley Vintners Scholarships Expanded to Build Diversity in Wine Industry

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3/9/2022 - Saint Helena, CA - Napa Valley Vintners (NVV) is proud to announce the next round of available scholarships through the UNCF (United Negro...
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Afternoon Brief, February 28th

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California Growers Left High and Dry: Farmers in California's San Joaquin Valley got some bad news this week when they learned they will get 0 percent of the water this year normally expected from the federal Central Valley Project...