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Afternoon Brief, September 7

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Why the Tasting Room Is Dead: Californias traditional tasting rooms are pivoting to more maker spaces, nature immersions and places for all-day casual hangs ...

Afternoon Brief, April 18

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: California's Nagging Smoke Taint Concerns Will "Californian wildfire smoke" be making it onto the tasting notes of the...

Afternoon Brief, April 16

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Pay-to-Play Schemes Keep TTB Busy A host of so-called "pay-to-play" infractions have become one of the Alcohol and...

Afternoon Brief, December 18

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Scarcity Sends California Vineyard Prices Soaring: A local real estate expert says the price per acre in Napa could reach Burgundy levels within a generation. Napa Valley will see vineyards sell for $1 million per acre in the next 30 years, a local expert predicts...

Afternoon Brief, July 24

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Women for WineSense to Hold Networking Mixer at St. Clair Brown Winery: The Napa/Sonoma chapter of Women for WineSense (WWS) will host a professional networking event, at St. Clair Brown Winery in Napa on Thursday, August 14, 2014, from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m., open to the public. Guests will enjoy a showcase of nine wines, paired with appetizer bites from the garden created by Executive Chef Norma Whitt...

Afternoon Brief, May 30

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"Only Natural Wines Can Be Truly Great" Claims New Book: Natural wine is such a charged term that you fear fisticuffs might break out if you dare mention the category that must not be named...

Afternoon Brief, May 23

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Wine shipments could be hit by surcharges over strikes at U.S. ports: Shipping firms are already announcing surcharges which could hit wine shipments hard ahead of feared industrial action at western US ports...

Afternoon Brief, May 20

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Treasury Wine Estates Rejects Kohlberg Kravis Roberts Offer: Treasury Wine Estates Ltd. rejected a 3.05 billion Australian dollar (US$2.85 billion) takeover bid from Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co., pitched as the world's No. 2 vintner grapples with a string of setbacks including poor U.S. sales that forced it destroy thousands of gallons of wine last year...
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