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Afternoon Brief, October 14th

Employee’s Death at Winery Near Healdsburg Spurs Workplace Investigation: California Industrial Relations officials are investigating the workplace death of an employee at a winery north of Healdsburg on Tuesday...

Afternoon Brief, September 16th

Family of 10-Year-Old Girl Who Drowned in Lake at Washington Winery Sues for Wrongful Death: Danika Ross died in July after being sucked into a pipe in a man-made lake in Quincy, Washington. The lake is for both recreation and winery irrigation...

Newton Vineyard Receives Organic Certification for Three Estate Vineyards

CCOF Grants Certified Status to Properties in Spring Mountain, Mt. Veeder and Carneros St. Helena, Napa Valley, Sept. 16, 2021 — Newton Vineyard is proud...

Afternoon Brief, July 13th

Head of Hong Kong Wine Merchant Major Cellar Arrested: Joseph Leung, who has just resigned from Hong Kong listed wine company Major Cellar as director, has been arrested by police for allegedly embezzling HKD 25 million (US$3.21 million) worth of fine wines and spirits from a client, Vino Joy News has exclusively learned...

Andrew Holve Appointed Head of Winemaking at Newton Vineyard

St. Helena, Napa Valley, July 13, 2021—Newton Vineyard is pleased to announce that Andrew Holve has been appointed Head of Winemaking. “We are proud...

Afternoon Brief, May 10th

Gallo Lays Off Most Clos du Bois Winery Workers: The Clos du Bois winery has laid off most of its workers and closed winemaking operations at the Geyserville facility...

Afternoon Brief, April 13th

California Wine Growers on a Tightrope? Annual Survey Results In: Wine grape growers, like most fruit growers, are fiercely independent. Just ask Jeff Bitter. For the past several years, the president of  Allied Grape Growers has tried to get the message across that the industry has to deal with an oversupply of wine grapes that drives down prices...

Afternoon Brief, October 16

Dry, Warm Winter Could Bring Drought to California, Southwest in 2021: With the world coming off the hottest September since 1880, California’s North Bay to the south is likely to experience a continuance of warmer, drier weather conditions into the winter, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported Thursday...

Afternoon Brief, May 22

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Direct-to-Consumer Wine Shipping: Zinfandel and Rosé on the Rise, While Red Blends Underperform Their Peers In January, we...

Afternoon Brief, December 20

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Congress Passes First Wine Excise Tax Reduction in 80 Years Wine Institute applauds today's Congressional action to enact...

Afternoon Brief, December 5

Wine M&A pace may slow in 2015: After a relatively active string of sales of California vineyard, winery and brands in the past few years, the thirst for new deals likely will subside in the new year, thanks to back-to-back bumper crops and increasingly attractive alternatives in the Pacific Northwest...
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