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Afternoon Brief, May 10

Dry Red Wines' 'Big Tannins' Are Literally Bigger, Study Says: Even casual drinkers can usually identify a wine with big tannins. Tannins emphasize a wines dryness by tingling the side of your mouth or leaving an almost rough feeling on your tongue ...

Rosé All Day Sparkles with Debut of New Bubbly in a...

The Wine Brand Based on the Global Lifestyle Catchphrase Debuts New Rosé in a Can New Hyde Park, NY, April 30, 2019 - Rosé All...

Le Grand Noir® Releases Sparkling Brut Rosé

Le Grand Noir® is pleased to introduce a sparkling Brut Rosé from France. This fresh and modern sparkling wine is created by secondary fermentation in the...

Afternoon Brief, March 8

How Producers Dial in the Right Shade of Pink for Rosé: Midway between red and white wines, rosé is a style that requires precision-getting the balance right, in terms of color, aromatics, texture, and freshness. An appealing rosé needs aromatics, but to please a broad range of consumers it also needs to stay on the bright and refreshing side of things...

Afternoon Brief, February 6

Mary Ann Graf, Who Paved the Way for California Women Winemakers, Dies at 76: Mary Ann Graf, widely considered the first woman winemaker in California after Prohibition, died after a nearly three year battle with pancreatic cancer on Jan. 30. A representative of Graf's friends and family confirmed the news...

JNSQ, a New Luxury Wine Brand Launches Nationwide

A California wine with a French accent, made exclusively for the next generation of women (Los Angeles, CA, February 5, 2019) - Introducing the first...

Afternoon Brief, November 29

Is Copper Safe for Wine? : It's a top tool of organic grapegrowers. But is copper sulfate truly safe for vineyards...

Afternoon Brief, November 2

Napa County Formulating New Rules for Winery Rule-Breakers: Once again, Napa County is poised to further deal with wineries that make too much wine, have too many visitors or otherwise break rules set out in their permits...

Afternoon Brief, August 30

Package Redesign Flipped Double Digit Decline to Growth: To say Cline Cellars Marketing Director Christine Lilienthal is thrilled about the new label design and packaging for the winerys core Lodi Zinfandel would be an understatement. Her collaboration with Affinity Creative Group in repackaging this nationally distributed wine has meant...

Domestic Rosé Gaining Market Share from French

The rosé trend still shows no sign of slowing with its third consecutive year with over fifty percent growth. According to Nielsen retail outlet data the rosé category grew 64% over the last twelve months, but unlike a year ago domestic rosé is now outpacing imports growing at 112% compared to 42.8% growth for French rosés. This marks a significant turnaround from a year ago when domestic producers were trailing overall category growth. However, French rosés continue to hold the dominant market share with 60% of the rosé category measured by dollar value.

Why You Should Drink Wines of Provence Rosés This Summer

There are rosés and then there are those coming from Provence, the Master of Rosé New York, NY, May 21, 2018 – This summer, warmer...

Afternoon Brief, May 8

Wine Sellers Charge "Gangster Tactics" by Liquor Commission over Shipping Sales A national group of wine sellers is accusing the New Hampshire Liquor Commission of abusing its power and using "gangster tactics" to block wine shipments from out of state, the latest in an ongoing spat between the two groups over sales...

Winners are Announced for the 2018 Experience Rosé Competition with Draxton...

Healdsburg, Calif., (April 20, 2018).  Results are now available for the 2018 Experience Rosé Competition (formerly Rosé Today).  Produced by Wine Competitions Management &...

Malene Wines Shows How Rosé Rolls

More than most wine styles or varieties, rosé has an associate lifestyle connotation of highly Instagramable moments. If you’re not sure what that looks...

Afternoon Brief, March 9

A Veteran Winemaker Throws Out the Wine-Selling Playbook Adam Lee wants to shake things up. "Selling wine isn't what I like to do," Lee says. He's good at it, of course. Lee is a darling of wine writers and consumers because he is outspoken, generous with his time and thoughts, and because, well, he makes darn good wine...