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Afternoon Brief, September 9th

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New Oregon Wine Industry Report Exposes Effects of COVID and 2020 Wildfires: While the majority of Oregon winemakers made wine from grapes from 2020, the year held challenges including a western U.S. weather phenomenon combined with naturally lower yields, wildfires and COVID-19-related labor shortages and restrictions...

Afternoon Brief, April 30th

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Restaurant Revitalization Fund Registration Opens: In lieu of a convention this year, WSWA has launched their virtual Brand Battle Tournament—an ideal opportunity for craft, startup and small production wine, spirits, and low-alc/no-alc/mixer brands...

Oregon Wine Month Begins Saturday, May 1, 2021

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Oregon Wine Month returns this May with four ways to celebrate our beloved wine industry Portland, OR . . . April 30, 2021 – Although fifteen Oregon...

Afternoon Brief, February 23rd

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Sonoma County Winery Event Permit Meeting Leaves Vintners Frustrated with Process: Last Thursday’s virtual forum organized by Sonoma County’s Permit Sonoma to ostensibly open up conversation about event permitting for wineries in Sonoma County, had over 200 stakeholders taking time out to participate, but many vintners felt it was a charade...

First Virtual Oregon Wine Symposium Honors Industry Excellence Award Winners

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Nine key figures and two organizations recognized for contributions to the global success of Oregon wine, culminating with Lifetime Achievement awards given to Kevin and...

Afternoon Brief, February 10th

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Preliminary 2020 Winegrape Crush Report is 3.404 Million Tons: The California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Preliminary Grape Crush Report for 2020 has been released...

Oregon’s Wine Industry Continued on Its Long-Term Growth Trajectory in 2019,...

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Oregon wine grapes and wines support a $7.2 billion economic engine that’s grown 27% since 2016 PORTLAND, OR, February 10, 2021 — The economic contributions the wine industry makes to...

Afternoon Brief, February 3rd

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Big Names, Big Bottles for Napa Auction: With its main fundraiser postponed by the pandemic, Napa Valley Vintners is running an online library auction starting next week that includes one of the most impressive group of Napa auction wines ever assembled...

Afternoon Brief, February 1st

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Direct Shipping from Wineries to US Homes Hit New Highs in 2020, but Restrictive State Law Limits New Jersey to Nation’s Lowest Growth: No doubt spurred by pandemic-induced limits on travel, dining and shopping, shipments of wine direct from U.S. wineries to consumers in 2020 experienced the largest recorded single year growth ever — but New Jersey consumers barely participated, due to a needlessly restrictive state law...

Oregon Wine Board Presents Thoughtful Seminars on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion...

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This year’s Symposium serves as a platform to address issues affecting diverse cultures within the wine industry, with speakers including new Oregon Wine Board...

Afternoon Brief, January 29th

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Bad Year Turns Good for California: It's been a year to forget, but the future looks brighter for grapegrowers...

Afternoon Brief, January 22nd

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The 2020 Wildfires Could Cost California’s Wine Industry $3.7 Billion — but It Doesn’t Have to Be That Way: An early estimate of what last year’s disasters may have cost, in this week’s Drinking with Esther newsletter...

Afternoon Brief, January 8th

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Wine Institute Reiterates Support for Elimination of Wine Tariffs: One year ago, Wine Institute joined with Comité Européen des Entreprises Vins (CEEV) to call for the complete removal of all tariffs on wine (“zero for zero”) and to reiterate the universal industry support for the “wine for wine” principle...

Afternoon Brief, December 29th

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How the Coronavirus, Wildfires Are Changing How California Fine Wines Are Sold: The North Coast wine business had been facing slowing sales growth and increasing competition from other premium adult beverages even before this year’s coronavirus pandemic response led to months-long stretches of closures of key sales channels in tasting rooms and restaurants and wildfires caused tens of thousands of grape tons to not be harvested...

Oregon Wines Achieve a New Record of Awards in the Wine...

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Annual report names 100 of the best, most interesting wines in the world, with seven made in Oregon Portland, OR, January 29, 2020 …Around this...