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Afternoon Brief, September 7

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

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

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

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

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

"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

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

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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