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CEO Ryan Klobas Wins North Bay Business Journal’s Non-Profit Leadership Award

Recipient for 2nd Consecutive Year 6 December - Napa, CA—Napa County Farm Bureau CEO Ryan Klobas was today named winner of the 2021 North Bay...

Afternoon Brief, December 21

Business “Resiliency” Critical to Economic Success for Wine Industry During COVID-Era Challenges and Beyond: We’re all familiar with the saying that “when the going gets tough, the tough get going,” but for an industry that was turned on its head this last year by the ravages of Covid-19, the better adage might be “adapt or die.”...

NBBJ Honors Manveer Sandhu at 8th Annual Wine, Spirits and Beer...

Healdsburg, Calif. (December 17, 2020) — North Bay Business Journal (NBBJ) virtually hosted its 8th annual Wine, Spirits and Beer Industry Awards on December 8,...

Afternoon Brief, October 8

Tariff Wars Cause Sharp Decline in Wine and Whisky Exports: Dozens of global drinks trade bodies have written to the European Union and US government demanding an end to their tariff war after exports of French, German, Italian and Spanish wine have fallen by 54% since last year...

Afternoon Brief, March 12

Wine Tasting Room Sales Drop 22% in February, says Napa Valley-Based Transaction Software Provider: Jitters over the new coronavirus may be cutting into wine tasting room revenues, according to a Napa Valley company that handles point-of-sale systems for several hundred North American wineries...

Afternoon Brief, March 9

Coronavirus Trip Cancellations Hit Wine Country Hospitality Businesses: The regions hospitality industry is beginning to show signs of distress with the new coronavirus outbreak. The Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country hotel in Santa Rosa is reporting more than $500,000 in lost revenue for March and people are still on the fence for the beginning of April, said Nanci Figueroa, director of sales and marketing...

Afternoon Brief, August 30

‘Terroir…Is That a Dog?’ Survey Exposes Wine Knowledge: Wine experts have grappled with a definition of terroir for decades, but more than one in four Britons surveyed thought that it referred to a small breed of dog, according to results published this week. While 34% did correctly connect terroir to wine, another 30% of respondents believed it was a type of French horror film ...

Ledson Winery & Vineyards Selected as One of the North Bay...

KENWOOD, CA (August 21, 2019) – One of Sonoma County’s top destinations and home to some of the region’s highest-scoring wines, Ledson Winery &...

Afternoon Brief, August 16

The End of Cabernet in Napa Valley?: Cabernet Sauvignon grapes make Americas favorite wine, and they are the lifeblood of Napa Valley, our country’s most famous wine region. Cabernet accounts for 65 percent of the grapevines grown in Napa, where last year the crop reached a record $1 billion in gross value ...

Afternoon Brief, August 2

Diamond Creek Owner Adelle 'Boots' Brounstein Dies at 92: Adelle Boots Brounstein, who cofounded Napa Valley’s legendary Diamond Creek winery with her husband, Al, and helped guide the winery for more than half a century, died July 31 following a brief illness. She was 92 ...

Afternoon Brief, July 19

Gallo Deal Delay Impacts Growers: In April, Constellation struck a $1.7 billion deal to sell 30 wine brands to Gallo, upending the cheap wine market in the US. But the deal has not been approved by federal regulators, leaving some grape farmers unsure what will happen with this year's crop ...

Afternoon Brief, April 19

Wine Executives Debate the Promise and Peril of Millennial Wine Consumers: Top wine executives on Thursday offered differing views on the promise and peril of marketing wine to millennials, who are poised to overtake baby boomers this year as the largest generation in the United States...

Afternoon Brief, April 12

Researchers Study Effects of Alcohol Concentration in Wine: Research done by scientists at WSU suggests that a wines alcohol concentration may play a larger role than other properties of the wine in determining its taste, aroma and mouthfeel ...

Afternoon Brief, March 29

Saving Wine from the Sober Generation: On the subject of Generation Z, market analysts and the wine trade are rarely in agreement a rash of research pieces suggests that young consumers are increasingly shunning alcohol, while business owners insist that this is a red herring ...

Afternoon Brief, March 27

Distinguished Vineyards & Wine Partners Acquires Two Napa Valley Wineries: Markham Vineyards and Textbook - Distinguished Vineyards & Wine Partners is excited to announce the acquisitions of St. Helena-based Markham Vineyards and Napa-based TEXTBOOK wines ...
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