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Afternoon Brief, August 3rd

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40 Million Bottle Catalan Wine Scam Goes to Court: Six individuals involved with Catalan producer Grupo Reserva de la Tierra are accused of making upwards of €14 million a year from distributing falsely-labelled bottles from 2019 to 2021...
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Afternoon Brief, July 19th

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Wildfires Rage Across Wine-Growing Southwestern France, Arson Suspected: Wildfires raged across the Gironde winegrowing area of southwestern France on Tuesday, where a man has been taken into custody suspected of arson, authorities said...
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Afternoon Brief, June 28th

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Napa Winery Turns Wine to Water: A bottling line mishap left some red faces at a winery that sent samples to a competition...
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Afternoon Brief, May 17th

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Southern Glazer’s Hit with Wine Sales Consultant Class Action Employment Lawsuit: A federal employment lawsuit that seeks class action status was filed May 5, 2022 against Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits. The lawsuit against the distributor’s primary LLC and its Texas operation was filed in Federal District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division...
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Afternoon Brief, May 12th

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Global Wine Production: Northern Hemisphere Countries Suffer While Southern Hemisphere Winemakers Thrive: Bad weather conditions in the EU hampered wine production in 2021 but the southern hemisphere recorded record highs in production: balancing out wine production figures at a global level...
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Afternoon Brief, April 21st

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Regenerative Viticulture Foundation Launches to Promote Soil Health Restoration: Witnessing the harm on viticulture from extreme weather and intensive farming, a new non-profit group - Regenerative Viticulture Foundation (RVF) - has been launched with the aim to restore soil health in global vineyards...
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Afternoon Brief, April 5th

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Truck Carrying Harvest Bins in Fatal Crash: A truck carrying winegrape harvest bins has been involved in an horrific crash on Kangaroo Island, killing the young driver...
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Afternoon Brief, February 28th

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California Growers Left High and Dry: Farmers in California's San Joaquin Valley got some bad news this week when they learned they will get 0 percent of the water this year normally expected from the federal Central Valley Project...
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Afternoon Brief, January 11th

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Rabobank: Alcohol E-Commerce Sales Surpass $6 Billion in 2021, Will Continue to Grow: U.S. online alcohol sales reached $6.1 billion in 2021 with more growth expected in 2022, according to a report based on exclusive industry data released today by Rabobank, a leading global food and agribusiness bank...
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Afternoon Brief, December 21st

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Riboli Estates Group Acquires Jada Vineyard & Winery: Riboli Family Wines has announced the acquisition of Jada Vineyard & Winery in Paso Robles, California for an undisclosed amount...
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Afternoon Brief, December 16th

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Historic Merger in Champagne Creates Giant Group: The largest merger of the 21st century in Champagne was completed yesterday, and sees the creation of a new super cooperative group with the capacity to produce 24 million bottles...
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Afternoon Brief, December 6th

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9th Annual WIN Expo Returns In-Person: After a two year hiatus, Wine Industry Network (WIN) hosted the 9th Annual North Coast Wine Industry Expo (WIN Expo) at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds on December 2...
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Afternoon Brief, November 22nd

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Dominus Estate Named Wine Spectator’s #1 Wine of the Year: Wine Spectator, the world’s leading authority on wine, today announced Dominus Estate Napa Valley 2018 as the 2021 Wine of the Year...

How to Navigate the World of 3-Tier Wine Sales

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Selling your wines to restaurants and wine shops can be exhilarating – especially in your home state. There’s nothing like seeing your brand on a...
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Afternoon Brief, November 9th

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As Restaurants Reopen, Sommeliers Re-Envision Wine Lists: Restaurants closed throughout much of 2020 when the novel coronavirus caused a series of lockdowns. To cover the costs of lost sales and in order to continue to pay employees, the monthly rent, and attempt to stay in business, some restaurants resorted to selling much—in some cases all—of their wine inventories...
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