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Afternoon Brief, January 10th

Association Touts Wine’s Many Assets as It Counters Anti-Consumption Push: It is a little more than a year since the World Health Organization (WHO) released a report that sent shivers through the tasting rooms of alcoholic beverage producers internationally...

Afternoon Brief, October 13th

Celebrating its 30th anniversary, the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium will open its registration and housing on Tuesday, October 17, at 9 a.m. PDT...

Afternoon Brief, October 12th

Staff Shortages Continue to Bite in the Wine Trade: Almost half (45%) of companies in the wine trade have been impacted by staff shortages in the last two years, with wine producers worst affected due to the seasonality of jobs such as picking...

Afternoon Brief, October 6th

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 06 TRENDING STORY   Can Lowering Mile-High Tasting Room Fees Lure the Next Generation of Wine Drinkers? Those who visit wineries in Paso Robles may be...

Afternoon Brief, August 11th

CEO Stole over $4 Million from Company to Build Winery, Farm and Horse Ranch, Feds Say: A German man is accused of building a boutique winery, farm and horse ranch on his private Virginia property with money stolen from his company, federal prosecutors said...

Robert Mondavi Winery’s New Hospitality Experience Opens in Downtown Napa

Arch & Tower offers exciting new food and wine experiences in iconic downtown location while winery undergoes an historic reimagination of its Highway 29...

Afternoon Brief, May 31st

The Jackson Family Partners with Ensemble Investments, LLC to Purchase Sonoma County’s Vintners Resort: The Jackson family has formed a strategic partnership with Ensemble Investments, LLC (Ensemble), a leading developer, owner and operator of luxury hotels and commercial real estate, to purchase Vintners Resort – an intimate, four-diamond California certified green resort on a vineyard estate – from its founders, the Carano family...

Meet Robert Mondavi Winery’s Director of Winemaking: Kurtis Ogasawara

May 31st - Born and raised in California’s Silicon Valley, Kurtis Ogasawara had a clear vision of what his future would look like, and...

Afternoon Brief, May 23rd

North Bay Farmers Still Concerned About Drought Effects and Heavy Rains: The heavy rain pattern of early 2023 delayed the planting season in some areas and has contributed to rising food prices, while increasing costs for farmers still recovering from high feed prices incurred during the drought...

Afternoon Brief, May 15th

Wine Industry Sales Symposium (WISS) a Success: Last week’s Wine Industry Sales Symposium, presented by Wine Industry Network (WIN), proved to be an unparalleled platform for learning and networking...

Robert Mondavi Winery Announces New Hospitality Experience in Downtown Napa

The winery’s hospitality offerings will temporarily relocate to downtown Napa as the brand embarks on a historic reimagination of its Highway 29 home Oakville, CA...

Afternoon Brief, February 3rd

Storms Are Another Disaster for Sonoma County Farmworkers Who Call for More Aid: Because of the work interruptions caused by the January storms, hundreds of farmworkers have turned to local nonprofit organizations and now the county for emergency financial aid and support...

Afternoon Brief, February 2nd

Clay Gregory, Former CEO of Visit Napa Valley, President of Jackson Family Wines, and General Manager of Robert Mondavi Winery, Passes at 65: Clay Gregory, an active, influential and well-respected member of the Napa Valley community, passed away peacefully on Feb. 1, 2023...

Clay Gregory, Former CEO of Visit Napa Valley, President of Jackson...

February 2, 2023 - Clay Gregory, an active, influential and well-respected member of the Napa Valley community, passed away peacefully on Feb. 1, 2023....

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...