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Afternoon Brief, March 1st

Federal Government to Spend $177 Million to Help Canadian Wine Industry: The federal government announced a plan to help the Canadian wine sector Friday during a visit to Lightfoot & Wolfville Vineyards in Wolfville, N.S...

Afternoon Brief, February 29th

TTB Listens to Wine Industry: The TTB wants to hear what the industry thinks about label regulations, so Wine-Searcher's US editor had his say...

Afternoon Brief, January 30th

Trial Between Napa County, Hoopes Winery Begins: A trial between Napa County and the Hoopes Vineyard winery is underway, with the county's winery regulations being the focus...

Afternoon Brief, January 23rd

Why Sokol Blosser Is Adding an Ingredients List to Its Wine Labels: Generally speaking, the wine industry has long resisted putting an ingredients list on wine labels...

Prowein Premiere: The “Concept Store”

Tailor-made solutions for wine at the point of sale January 23 - Whether in specialist shops, food retailers or at the corner shop - the...

Afternoon Brief, January 19th

Ryan Klobas, Chief of Napa County Farm Bureau, Dies: Peter Nissen, president of the Farm Bureau’s board, said the bureau is “shocked and saddened” to learn of Klobas’ death...

Afternoon Brief, December 14th

Winemaker Mike Grgich, Who Grabbed Worldwide Attention with His Napa Chardonnay, Dies at 100: After emigrating from Croatia, the winemaker worked at top Napa cellars like Beaulieu Vineyard, Chateau Montelena and Robert Mondavi Winery before founding his own winery...

Afternoon Brief, December 8th

Additional Layoffs at Ste. Michelle Indicate On-Going Struggles: On December 6th, Ste. Michelle Wine Estates (SMWE), the largest winery in the Pacific Northwest, announced a substantial layoff. The layoffs impacted approximately 7% of the company’s staff...

Brandy – The Grape Renaissance Current Spirit Trends at Prowein 2024

By Jürgen Deibel December 7th - Anyone talking about brandy should choose their words carefully because when it comes to wine-based spirits, every little detail...

Afternoon Brief, November 27th

‘Hundreds of Millions’ of Wine Labels to Be Destroyed: New European Commission guidelines concerning the labelling of wine bottles could result in a huge number of already printed labels being destroyed, according to the Comité Européen des Entreprises Vins (CEEV)...

Main Topic at Prowein 2024: Sustainability

International initiatives: International Wineries for Climate Action (IWCA) Sustainable Wine Roundtable (SWR) Future-proof wines Organic wine associations & special show Organic World November 27th - Sustainability has been one...

Afternoon Brief, November 21st

Angry French Winemakers Plan Mass Protest in Narbonne: Tension has been running high in southern France and winemakers are planning a major protest in Narbonne later this month over a crisis facing the industry...

Prowein – A Reflection of the International Spirits Industry: On Course...

ProSpirits & same but different - Two halls exclusively for spirits from all over the world November 21st - With an expected turnover of €...

Afternoon Brief, November 7th

Changing Consumer Palettes May Cause Growers to Shrink Winegrape Acreage: Wine industry experts are now saying the state is growing too many wine grapes to keep supply and demand balanced...

Piwis Are the Next-Gen Grapes

By Stuart Pigott and Paula Redes Sidore November 7th - Fungal disease remains the biggest obstacle to organic winegrowing, even as the organic wine category...
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