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Drinks Writer Exposes How Celebrity Wines Are Made

May 4th - Napa, California—It’s been the biggest wine trend of the past decade: celebrity wines.  At a time when the wine world is talking...

Afternoon Brief, April 21st

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...

Afternoon Brief, April 14th

Jackson Family Wines Purchases First Vineyard in Walla Walla Valley, Washington: Jackson Family Wines, the family-owned wine company founded in 1982, has announced the purchase of 61 acres of an existing 117-acre property located in Mill Creek in the eastern region of Washington’s Walla Walla Valley...

Afternoon Brief, April 1st

Antitrust Suit Leaves Big Distributors Sweating: A lawsuit against America's biggest two wine and spirit distributors could be a landmark action with far-reaching effects...

Afternoon Brief, March 31st

The Not-So-Secret Reason California Wineries Are Constantly Fighting Over Name Rights: Ask a vintner what’s the hardest part about starting a winery, and one answer they might give is: choosing a name...

Afternoon Brief, March 29th

2022 International Women’s Wine & Spirits Competition Now Accepting Submissions: Now in its fifteenth year, the prestigious International Women’s Wine Competition has this year added spirits to its lineup, making it the first and only competition of its kind in the United States — possibly in the world...

Afternoon Brief, March 28th

Using Alternative Yeasts to Replace Sulfites in Wines: New research shows that non-Saccharomyces yeasts could be an effective way to cut sulfur dioxide use in the cellar—and even the vineyard...

Afternoon Brief, March 25th

There are More Merges and Acquisitions in Wine Than Ever Before—Here’s Why: In recent years, mergers and acquisitions in the wine industry have become increasingly common. During the latter half of 2020 through 2021, however, things progressed to a whole new level...

WIN Webinar: How Online Discovery Is Transforming the Wine Industry in...

Benjamin Franklin once said, "The discovery of a wine is of greater moment than the discovery of a constellation. The universe is too full...

Afternoon Brief, March 23rd

Sebastopol Vintner Admits Guilt for Killing Man, Injuring Boy While Driving Drunk in Sonoma County Court: A Sebastopol vintner pleaded guilty in Sonoma County Superior Court Wednesday to vehicular manslaughter while driving drunk in connection with a 2021 crash that killed a Santa Rosa cyclist and seriously injured a 12-year-old boy...

Afternoon Brief, March 11th

Chemical Analysis Reveals Effects of Wildfire Smoke on Grapes and Wines: A new study provides practical guidelines for using biomarkers to identify ‘smoke taint’ in grapes and wines affected by the smoke from wildfires..

Afternoon Brief, March 9th

The San Luis Obispo Coast Named by TTB as Wine’s Newest AVA: The SLO Coast Wine Collective is proud to announce the San Luis Obispo Coast is the newest American Viticultural Area (AVA), a designation awarded March 9, 2022 by the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau...

Afternoon Brief, February 24th

Smoke on the Vineyards: Wine Industry Looks for Solutions to a Continuing Problem: Hundreds of wine industry owners and professionals joined a Tuesday seminar on wildfire smoke’s effect on wine, searching for answers to what is becoming an almost annual problem...

Afternoon Brief, February 17th

Spirits Shipments Grew Twice as Much as Wine in US, Reveals Report: However, wine sales were way ahead of beer in e-commerce during 2021, shows the latest report by financial service provider Rabobank, released this week...

Afternoon Brief, February 2nd

Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation, Napa Valley Grapegrowers, Partner with UCCE to Support Equitable Working Conditions for Farmworkers: The Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation (FWF) and Napa Valley Grapegrowers (NVG) are partnering with the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) on a farmworker-focused, Job Satisfaction Survey. The outcome of the survey will be used to improve the well-being of farmworkers by promoting equitable working conditions...
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