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Mergers and Acquisitions Aren’t Stopping. But Could They Slow Down?

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With the raising of interest rates by the Federal Reserve, one may wonder if the recent flurry of M&A can continue. By Barbara Barielle   Daily news...

Turning the Tables on Rob McMillan—Wine Industry Analyst

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Rob McMillan is one of the top wine-business analysts in the United States and the author of Silicon Valley Bank’s highly regarded annual State of...

We’ve Got Some Good News and Some Bad News—SVB 2022 State...

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—Jeff Siegel The good news for the wine business? Premium wine sales increased 21 percent in 2021, and another strong year will follow in 2022. The...

Wine Industry Analyst Weigh-in: JUSTIN’s Acquisition of Lewis Cellars

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Wine Industry Advisor speaks to Rob McMillan, EVP of Silicon Valley Bank, about The Wonderful Company's newest Napa label. —Barbara Barrielle The Wonderful Company is involved...

Wine’s ‘Gender-Split’

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Expert analysts not convinced by recent poll concluding a massive wine consumer gender gap —Jeff Siegel There has always been a sense that women buy more...

Silicon Valley Bank’s Rob Mcmillan Joins Ekos for Webinar About 2021...

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Webinar on March 3 to include insights and advice for winery owners CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Feb. 18, 2021) – Ekos, a winery management software company, is hosting...
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Afternoon Brief, November 11

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Sonoma County Studies Take Issue with Wine Industry’s Expansion, Scrutinizing Traffic, Events: Sonoma County wineries should bear the bulk of the responsibility for improving relations with rural neighbors, according to a pair of recently released county studies calling for fewer events, more coordination and a higher standard of review for new or expanding wineries...

Registration Is Now Open for the 2020 Oregon Wine Symposium

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Wine convention returns to Portland this winter amidst strong growth momentum within the Oregon wine industry September 19, 2019, Portland, OR… Registration is now open...
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Afternoon Brief, September 5

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Alleged Marijuana Damage to Grapes Ruled Plausible: A federal judge has ruled that an Oregon vineyard has plausibly alleged harm from a neighboring marijuana operation and may proceed with a racketeering lawsuit against it...
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Afternoon Brief, September 3

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Can New Grapes Save the Wine Industry from Climate Change? : Heat waves, frost, rainstorms: As climate change continues to present challenges in vineyards, vintners across the globe are trying to figure out how to manage new and ever-changing conditions...
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Afternoon Brief, June 24

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California's 2017 Vintage Feels the Burn: Whenever dozens of people die in a natural disaster, it feels unseemly to discuss the manner in which it affects sectors of the luxury industry. And yet, it's inevitable...
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Afternoon Brief, May 21

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E & J Gallo-Constellation Transaction May Not Close Until Second Half: The $1.7 billion deal between Constellation Brands and E&J Gallo Winery may not be completed until the second half of calendar year 2019 instead of by the end of May, according to regulatory documents...

Afternoon Brief, January 16

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Millennials Still Missing as Fine-Wine Core Consumers, Says Silicon Valley Bank Report: Sales growth for U.S. wine is expected to remain in positive territory this year - better, for premium producers - but the industry needs to revamp its appeal to the next generations of core consumers else lose share of wallet to competing beverages and imported wines, according to a closely watched industry report released Wednesday evening...

Afternoon Brief, January 11

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Napa County Hits The Prisoner Winery with Code Violation Notice: Napa County has told the new The Prisoner winery to stop selling art, stop selling jellies and jams and stop offering food services that the county says are comparable to those found at a restaurant or café...

Afternoon Brief, January 7

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Organic Grape Growing Harms Vineyard Soil, Says a Consumer Advocacy Group: According to the pro-science consumer advocacy group, American Council on Science and Health (ACSH), organic wine may not be good for the earth-or at the very least, it's bad for the local vineyard soil...
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