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Afternoon Brief, December 27th

PacifiCorp’s Wildfire Settlements Highlight Winery Lawsuits for 2020 Smoke Losses: Three Willamette Valley courts have just ruled that several Valley wineries may move forward with their suits against PacifiCorp for igniting wildfires that they claim ruined their 2020 harvests and vintages with smoke taint...

Afternoon Brief, October 18th

A New Report Sheds Light on Millennial and Gen Z Drinking Behaviors: Where have all the younger drinkers gone? It’s the question that everyone who works with beverage alcohol has been asking themselves...

Riboli Family Wines Expands Fine Wine Portfolio with “Riva de la...

Taste the Magic of Italy in Every Sip    Paso Robles, CA, October 18, 2023 - Riboli Family Wines, family-owned and operated since 1917, is proud to announce the launch...

Afternoon Brief, July 26th

Breakthru Beverage Founder Rocky Wirtz Dies: Rocky Wirtz, co-chairman and founder of US distributor Breakthru Beverage Group and owner of ice hockey team Chicago Blackhawks, has died at the age of 70...

RNDC and Riboli Family Wines Announce National Partnership 

July 26, 2023 —Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC) and Riboli Family Wines, announce their national partnership effective July 21. Riboli Family Wines is well known for crafting...

Afternoon Brief, July 19th

The FBI Is Raiding One of the Fanciest Wine Stores in America after a Tip from the New York Times: The Federal Bureau of Investigation searched Park Avenue wine retailer Sherry-Lehmann Wine & Spirits Tuesday as part of an investigation into the 89-year-old vintner...

Riboli Family Wines Expands Sales Leadership

Promotions and New Roles to Assist with Company Growth LOS ANGELES, Calif., July 19, 2023-- Riboli Family Wines has expanded its national sales and strategic planning...

San Simeon Wines Unveils New Elevated Packaging

Label Redesign Highlights Terroir and Riboli Family’s Commitment to Quality Paso Robles, CA, June 13, 2023 - Riboli Family Wines, family-owned and operated since 1917, announces...

Afternoon Brief, February 14th

Beckstoffer Vineyards Sues Last Bottle for Trademark Infringement: The Complaint, filed on February 11, 2023, alleges that Blicker Pierce Wagner Wine Merchants, LLC and its affiliated companies, Sleeper Cellars and Last Bottle, willfully committed trademark infringement by placing the Beckstoffer trademark on the front label of a wine without authorization...

Riboli Family Looks at Acquisition of Jada Winery One Year Later

A Memorable Year for Jada Winery; Continued Investment in High-End DTC Winery Jada Vineyard & Winery entrance on Vineyard Drive, Willow Creek Paso Robles, CA,...

Afternoon Brief, January 11th

US Wine Market Flattens Out: US wine sales figures were a little confusing last year, but one thing is clear: older drinkers still matter...

Riboli Family Wines Announces Executive Leadership Changes

Steve Riboli named President and CEO January 11, 2023; Los Angeles, Calif.--- Riboli Family Wines, family-owned and operated since 1917, announces new leadership changes to...

Afternoon Brief, October 19th

Treasury Wine Estates Announces Completion of Château Lanessan Acquisition: Treasury Wine Estates Ltd (TWE), one of the world’s leading premium wine companies, today confirmed the completion of its majority acquisition of Château Lanessan, one of the oldest estates in Bordeaux, France. The acquisition is the latest step in bolstering Penfolds multi-regional luxury wine portfolio, doubling the existing production capacity for Penfolds in France...

Afternoon Brief, September 14th

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...

Afternoon Brief, May 24th

Wine, Stagflation, and the Strong Dollar Syndrome: The U.S. dollar has surged in value on foreign exchange markets in the last year and especially the last few weeks, as this graph of the dollar versus the euro makes clear. It once took about $1.30 to purchase a euro, but some analysts believe that USD-EUR parity — a dollar per euro — is on the cards for later this year...