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Afternoon Brief, August 7

Winery Lawsuit Ramps Up the Drama: The Bryant lawsuit bursts into life as both sides - and the wine media - trade blows...

Afternoon Brief, May 15

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Bordeaux 2016: Prices Creeping Ever Upwards Château Pape Clément has released its red and white wines this morning,...

Afternoon Brief, April 27

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Michael David Winery Acquires Historic Geyserville Winery, Tasting Room, and Vineyards Michael David Winery announced today the purchase...

Afternoon Brief, March 9

Despite Strong Sales, Some Oregon Wineries Financially Stressed: More than one-fourth of Oregon wineries reported poor financial performance in a recent survey, which may actually be related to their success in growing sales and production, experts say...

Afternoon Brief, December 30

Eight Ways Wine Will Change in 2016: The impact of climate change and new technologies (like the ability to check wine prices on smartphones) are on my vinous radar for 2016...

Afternoon Brief, August 17

Leading Premium-Plus Wine Players Drive U.S. Growth: Benefiting from robust premiumization trends, the U.S. markets leading wine brands priced at $10-and-above are posting solid growth and outperforming the overall category

Afternoon Brief, August 14

Neither Chinese Nor Americans Are Taking Over French Vineyards: A French study finds that just 2 percent of the nations vines are owned by foreign investors...

Afternoon Brief, August 10

The world's priciest wine is...France's famous Burgundy region has a double reason to celebrate, with a rare vintage from the area emerging as the world's most expensive wine just after the region was named a UN world heritage site

Afternoon Brief, August 7

Riedel Legal Threat to Hosemaster No Laughing Matter: Feeling safely protected by US libel law, Ron Washam has insulted people in the wine industry for years on his Hosemaster of Wine blog

Afternoon Brief, July 15

Former Winemaker Pleads No Contest in California Court: Jeffry James Hill, a former Napa Valley winemaker and vineyard manager who was accused of stealing grapes and misrepresenting the origin of wines he sold to consumers and to other winemakers, pleaded no contest on Tuesday to one count of grand theft

Afternoon Brief, May 22

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Trending Story: A California winery claims HBO’s "Game of Thrones" is infringing on its rights The three-eyed raven is now also the...

What’s in a glass? Austrian Glass Maker designs a Glass for...

Austrian Riedel Crystal, widely recognised as the world’s leading wine glass producer, has unveiled a striking stemmed glass designed specifically to emphasise the attributes...