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Afternoon Brief, April 13

As Wine Sales Boom, Distribution Channels Scramble to Keep Pace: The novel coronavirus pandemic has boosted retail wine and spirits sales dramatically, but it’s a bittersweet benefit for the companies that get those wines to market...

Oak Farm Vineyards Kicks Off 2020 with Changes to Winemaking Team

Family-Owned Lodi Estate Appoints New Head Winemaker and Acquires Promising New Upstart Lodi, Calif., February 19, 2020 - Oak Farm Vineyards, owned and operated by...

Las Vegas Global Wine Awards Announces Winners

Las Vegas, Nev. – The Las Vegas Global Wine Awards has announced their lineup of winners from the April 9-11 competition held at the...

National Zinfandel Day Technical Workshop

More so than any other variety, Zinfandel holds a special place in the hearts and minds of the Lodi winegrowing community. Join Lodi growers...

USA Wine Ratings Announces 2018 Winners

248 Medals Awarded to Wines From All Over the World San Francisco, California. September 5, 2018 – Beverage Trade Network today announced the results of...

Afternoon Brief, September 21

Maryland Booze Peddlers Cheated NYC Distributor Out of Millions of Dollars in Tax-Dodging Scheme, Lawsuit Alleges: The metropolitan area's largest distributor of wine and spirits has filed a civil racketeering lawsuit alleging two liquor wholesalers in Maryland schemed with an assortment of retailers to smuggle millions of dollars' worth of alcohol to New York City to avoid paying the higher excise tax here...

Afternoon Brief, October 23

Petaluma Gap AVA Bid Blowing in the Wind: Sonoma County already has 16 AVAs, but growers in the Petaluma Gap are applying for their own sub-appellation...

Afternoon Brief, August 28

Deadly Winemaking Snakes Escape in China: Chaos erupted when deadly cobras used to make wine escaped into the city of Foshan in Chinas South-Eastern Guangdong province...

Afternoon Brief, August 7

Wine Counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison: Rudy Kurniawan, the first person to be tried and convicted in a U.S. federal court for counterfeiting wine, was sentenced today to 10 years in prison...