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Afternoon Brief, September 14th

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How Roundup, the Weed Killer Linked to Cancer, Became One of California Wine's Biggest Controversies: One of the most hotly debated issues in California wine these days involves a chemical that can be found in every Home Depot in America: Roundup...

ProWein Goes Japan “Wine” Section of Wine & Gourmet Japan to...

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September 14th - After the U.S. and China, Japan is the world’s third largest economic market with a unique, very demanding food and drink...
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Afternoon Brief, August 30th

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California's Newest AVA Ready to Roll: The new appellation won't be widely used, but it's not even California's most obscure sub-region...

ProWein 2023: World’s Largest Range of Wines and Spirits

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August 30th - Preparations for ProWein, International Trade Fair for Wines and Spirits, to be held from March 19 – 21, 2023 at the...

Afternoon Brief, May 20th

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Hundreds of Sonoma Farmworkers May Have Been Exposed to Toxic Smoke During 2020 Wildfires: Amid a contentious debate over farmworker safety protocols in fire-prone Sonoma County, a new report says that hundreds of wine industry laborers were sent to work in close proximity to a pair of huge 2020 wildfires, leaving them potentially exposed to both flames and toxic smoke...
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Afternoon Brief, May 17th

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Southern Glazer’s Hit with Wine Sales Consultant Class Action Employment Lawsuit: A federal employment lawsuit that seeks class action status was filed May 5, 2022 against Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits. The lawsuit against the distributor’s primary LLC and its Texas operation was filed in Federal District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division...

Successful Restart of Prowein 2022

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About 5,700 exhibitors from 62 countries Over 38,000 trade visitors from 145 countries Numerous business deals closed 17 May - ProWein 2022, International Trade...
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Afternoon Brief, May 13th

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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...
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Afternoon Brief, May 5th

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Heat Threatens Oregon Pinot Noir: As temperatures rise the state may not be able to continue to produce its signature style...

Blurred Lines: How Co-Ferments, Hard Seltzer and Zero-Alc Options Are Transforming...

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By Paula Redes Sidore and Stuart Pigott 5 May - Once upon a time, the lines between the categories of alcoholic beverages were clearly defined...
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Afternoon Brief, May 3rd

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New Technology Offers Fighting Chance Against Grapevine Killer: Scientists at UC Riverside have a shot at eradicating a deadly threat to vineyards posed by the glassy-winged sharpshooter, just as its resistance to insecticide has been growing...

Overnight Caravan Stays with Vintners

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CARAVAN SALON at ProWein 2022, Premiere of the Wine Travel Awards May 3rd - Wine tourism is an important sales and image channel for many...
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Afternoon Brief, April 26th

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DTC Crackdown: Understand State Laws to Avoid Entanglement: There could well be a silver lining in the number of states that have stepped up enforcement of direct to consumer (DTC) shipping regulations. It’s the idea, say analysts and attorneys, that DTC is now mainstream enough to warrant a closer look, just like underage drinking and dram laws...

ProWein 2022 – Specialist Article No. 2: How Climate Change Is...

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By Paula Redes Sidore and Stuart Pigott 26 April - It’s a 21st century truism that “change comes from within.” But the truth of the...
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Afternoon Brief, April 19th

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For Some Pacific Northwest Winemakers, AVA Wine Labels Are a Challenge: The number of bonded wineries in the United States has increased exponentially over the last four decades. With that growth has come a dramatic rise in designated American Viticultural Areas (AVAs), or appellations of origin, followed by smaller sub-AVAs to differentiate diverse grape-growing regions within them...
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