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Afternoon Brief, December 29

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10 Timeless Lessons About Business from the Founders of the Biggest Wine Brand in America: Last month I had the pleasure of interviewing Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey, the founders of the world's most popular wine brand, Barefoot Wine...

Afternoon Brief, December 19

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World Politics Could Sour the Cost of Wine: Mixing the world of politics and wine might be a bit like oil and water for some readers. But there comes a point, and it could come soon, that politically-based decisions could have a huge impact on wine and particularly the cost of wine...

Afternoon Brief, December 15

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Winery Social Media Software VinTank Returns Under Avero Ownership: Five months since the shuttering of a Napa Valley-based VinTank software service that helped pioneer winery social media management, it's back under new ownership, a New York-based company that helps thousands of restaurants nationwide manage operations...

Afternoon Brief, July 28

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Vineyard Destroyed by Fire, Others Threatened by Smoke: The Soberanes Fire that grew to more than 23,000 acres near Big Sur today already has claimed one vineyard and is threatening the 2016 vintage in parts of Monterey County...

Afternoon Brief, July 1

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Parducci Maker Mendocino Wine Co. Buys Offbeat Brands Portfolio: Mendocino Wine Company, maker of the Parducci brand, has purchased the wine portfolio of Offbeat Brands...

Afternoon Brief, May 24

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Sea Change Coming to California Winegrape Landscape: If you asked typical American wine consumers where most winegrapes in the U.S. are grown, they would almost certainly say California, as the state produces about 90% of the nation's total...

Afternoon Brief, February 1

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Details of Sonoma County’s Super Bowl Pledge Shrouded: The Press Democrat could not ascertain exactly how much three Sonoma County groups are spending on their Super Bowl promotional effort and other details of the initiative after being denied a request for a copy of their contract with the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee...

Afternoon Brief, May 18

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U.S. Wine Industry Facing Steep Tariffs from Canada: Today the World Trade Organization Dispute Settlement Body issued their final ruling against the United States country of origin labeling (COOL) requirements for muscle cuts of meat. What does that mean for the wine industry? If the United States does not repeal its COOL rule, Canada and Mexico will retaliate with substantive tariffs on a variety of American products which could include wine...

Afternoon Brief, March 5

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Critic 'Champagne Jayne' facing fresh court battle over name: A trademark dispute between France's Champagne trade body and the critic known as 'Champagne Jayne' is set to return to court after the two failed to agree a settlement...

Afternoon Brief, November 19

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WineGavel Founder Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement: Former WineGavel online auction house founder and president Joshua Krummenoehl, who was arrested in New York in July on charges of grand theft by embezzlement for auctioning clients wine and never sending them the proceeds, has pleaded guilty in a Napa court...

Afternoon Brief, September 24

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When Cigarettes Cost More, People Drink Less. Except for Wine: For those who count Don Draper among their TV loves (or love-to-hates), it comes as no surprise that drinking and smoking go hand in hand...

Afternoon Brief, September 18

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Constellation Pilots Innovative BioFiltro Wastewater Treatment System: Constellation plans to put millions of earthworms to work in 2015. Don't worry, they wont be making the wine, they'll be cleaning the wastewater from winery operations...

Afternoon Brief, May 28

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Vintage Wine Estates Announces Acquisition of Canopy Management Wine Company: Canopy Management, founded by industry veterans Terry Wheatley and Brian Wurtz in 2008, produces a portfolio of popular, award-winning, nationally distributed wines...

Afternoon Brief, May 27

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St. Helena wine consultant sued for $1.6 million: A vintner is suing a wine consultant for $1.6 million, alleging he was negligent when he failed to produce a new top-quality cult wine, according to court records filed in Napa County Superior Court...

Afternoon Brief, May 14

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Former Hanzell Winemaker Bob Sessions Dies at 82: Bob Sessions was perfectly tailored for Hanzell Vineyards. Quiet, humble, hardworking and skilled, Sessions became the winemaker at the historic Sonoma winery in 1973 and oversaw winemaking there for 28 vintages...