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Afternoon Brief, February 12th

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Napa Finds Itself in Court: Napa authorities – and several of the region's wineries – have been ordered to attend court, but no one is quite sure why...
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Afternoon Brief, January 31st

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Washington the Winner in Bad Wine Year: Each year, when many of Sonoma County’s 1,800 certified sustainable winegrape growers gather for the Sonoma County Winegrowers’ (SCW) annual meeting, they want to know what is next for one of the world’s most sustainable winegrowing regions. Today, they learned the answer to their question...

Afternoon Brief, December 7th

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Why Napa Green’s Glyphosate Ban Is Such a Big Deal: Last month, Napa Green, a sustainable wine-growing certification for Napa Valley vineyards, announced that members must phase out the use of the herbicide glyphosate, the active ingredient in popular weed killer Roundup...
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Afternoon Brief, December 5th

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AI Can Tell a Wine’s Vineyard with 100% Accuracy: AI may have just replaced another profession: wine tasters...
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Afternoon Brief, October 31st

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Treasury Wine Estates Announces Historic Acquisition of DAOU Vineyards: In a groundbreaking move poised to transform the Paso Robles region and the wine industry at large, Treasury Wine Estates proudly unveils its agreement to acquire DAOU Vineyards, renowned as the fastest-growing luxury wine brand in the United States, for an impressive price tag of $1 billion...
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Afternoon Brief, October 20th

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Sonoma’s Toad Hollow Vineyards Acquired by ‘Masters of Guerrilla Winefare’: Unoaked Chardonnay pioneer Toad Hollow has been sold to WarRoom Cellars for an undisclosed sum...
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Afternoon Brief, October 13th

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Celebrating its 30th anniversary, the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium will open its registration and housing on Tuesday, October 17, at 9 a.m. PDT...

Unlocking Sales: The Power of Ecommerce Merchandising

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Optimizing online sales with the right designs, the right images, and the right tools. Join Outshinery in this insightful journey as they delve into the...
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Afternoon Brief, September 19th

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WHO Shifts Its Alcohol Narratives and the Wine Industry Faces New Challenges: The World Health Organisation has alcohol in its crosshairs. One industry expert tells Felicity Carter that the wine industry needs to pay attention...
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Afternoon Brief, September 13th

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New Wine Market Council Study Shows How Consumers Are Shifting in the Wine Category and Desired Price Points: Lately the wine news has been filled with reports of declining wine consumption in the U.S. Because of this, Wine Market Council (WMC) launched a new research study to investigate why this is happening and what types of wine and price points are still desirable...

RedChirp and Outshinery Integration Takes Text Messaging to the Next Level

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RedChirp and Outshinery are making it easier than ever for wineries to engage at scale!  Both tech companies have teamed up to provide wine brands...

Afternoon Brief, June 22nd

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Afternoon Brief: The Cost of Insuring Against Wine Disasters: As disasters and losses become more common, wineries are paying more to protect themselves—driving up the cost of wine...

Outshinery Launches New Service: Compelling and Optimized Ecommerce Copywriting for Wine

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Brands get product descriptions that sell in today’s digital landscape. May 23rd - Outshinery, the leading provider of high-quality visual content for the alcohol industry,...
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Afternoon Brief, May 8th

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Willamette Valley Wineries Hire Fire Litigation Lawyers to Investigate Suing Pacific Power for Grape and Wine Losses Arising from the 2020 Labor Day Fires: Today Willamette Valley Vineyards, Brigadoon Wine Co., Samuel Robert Winery, Retraite, LLC (fka Lingua Franca – LS Vineyards Holdings, LLC), and Elk Cove Vineyards Inc. announced they have hired a well-known legal team to investigate filing suit against Pacific Power, a division of PacifiCorp, in the Oregon state circuit courts...
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Afternoon Brief, May 1st

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Abrupt Closure of San Francisco Wine Startup Leaves Customers with Thousands of Bottles Stuck in ‘CloudCellar’: The offer was enticing: Pay $25 for a bottle of wine, and you might get upgraded to a bottle worth $100 or more. Better yet, the San Francisco tech company Underground Cellar promised: It would store your wine purchases — up to 500 bottles — for free in a “CloudCellar,” then ship them to you whenever you wanted...
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