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Afternoon Brief, July 15th

Edible Coats Possible to Keep Smoke Off Wine Grapes: When lingering smoke surrounds grapes, they can take in that undesired flavor. For winemakers, especially in Western states, that’s a concern because each year there is a threat of wildfires...

The 2022 San Luis Obispo County Wine Industry Awards Recognize Leaders...

Awards to be Presented at 6 p.m. on Friday, July 22 at Mission Square PASO ROBLES, CA (July 15, 2022) – The San Luis Obispo...

Afternoon Brief, July 14th

Obscure US Commission Puts All Wine Shipping in Peril: The last few years have seen the US increasingly relax over direct shipping, now that could all slip away...

Paso Robles Wine Country Partners with Wine Folly

Paso Robles Wineries Can Now Reach a New Audience of Over 20m Wine Fans July 13, 2022 (Paso Robles, CA) The Paso Robles Wine Country...

Afternoon Brief, June 17th

US Supreme Court Blocks Efforts to Dismiss Claims Against Glyphosate: Bayer, the German pharmaceutical giant, suffered a setback in the US when the Supreme Court allowed cases to proceed against its subsidiary Monsanto’s Roundup weedkiller whose allegedly carcinogenic ingredient, glyphosate, is widely used by the wine industry...

Afternoon Brief, June 13th

American Pinot Noir Legend Josh Jensen Dies at 78: Josh Jensen, the founder of the Central Coast’s famed Calera Wine Company, a visionary leader in the American wine community, and the iconic pioneer of luxury California Pinot Noir died on Saturday, June 11...

Paso Robles Wine Country Virtual Auction Set with One-of-a-Kind Experiences

Twenty Unique Lots Help to Fund Local High School Scholarships & Local Non-profits June 13, 2022 (Paso Robles, CA) – The Paso Robles Wine Country...

Afternoon Brief, June 10th

Sonoma County Farmworkers Say They Are Shut Out of Evacuation Zone Policy Revamp: Sonoma County farmworkers say their voices are missing in the redevelopment of a local policy that would determine when vineyard owners and other employers can bring workers into evacuated areas threatened by wildfire or other natural disasters...

Afternoon Brief, June 3rd

Wine Country Fires Vindicate Climate Fears: As fires again threaten California's wine country, Eric Schwartzman says it's time to act, rather than just debate climate change...

Afternoon Brief, May 27th

Armed Group Occupies Oldest Mexican Winery Over Water Shortage: People wielding machetes invaded the vineyard in the northern state of Coahuila this week, the company’s manager told Mexican media...

Afternoon Brief, May 18th

Vine Removal Technique Foils Devastating Grape Disease: Removing not only a diseased grapevine but the two vines on either side of it can reduce the incidence of leafroll disease, a long-standing bane of vineyards around the world, Cornell researchers have found...

Paso Wine Fest Begins This Week!

Grand Tasting Tickets Still Available Paso Robles, CA (May 18, 2022) The Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance presents the Paso Wine Fest this week, May...

Afternoon Brief, May 13th

California North Coast Wine Grape Season Off to Wild-Weather Start Amid Frost, Water Concerns: This year’s North Coast wine grape crop got off to an encouraging start, but unusual weather swings at a critical time in vine development, the prospects of a third year of drought and lingering uncertainty about wine demand are causes for concern among some market watchers...

Afternoon Brief, May 6th

Washington Wine Allocates Nearly $1 Million to Wine Research for Upcoming Year: The broad research projects aim to improve wine quality by tackling high priority vineyard and winery issues...

Afternoon Brief, April 29th

AI Sommelier Generates Wine Reviews Without Ever Opening a Bottle: A new algorithm writes wine and beer reviews that sound like they were penned by human critics. Is that a good thing?...
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