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DTC: Lifeblood of the Wine Industry (WineAmerica)

While comprising a relatively small percentage of total wine sales, DtC fuels the vast majority of wineries. By Jim Trezise In 1976, New York State passed...

DTC Lawsuits Are Failing to Reach Supreme Court Resolution

Despite several legal setbacks over the past year or two, there seems to be reason for optimism in the DTC realm, yes? Maybe not. By...

ULC’s Draft Shipping Changes Face Intense Industry Backlash

Will proposed standardization of shipping laws be an unintentional setback? By Jeff Siegel This month, the Uniform Law Commission (ULC; an attorney committee otherwise best known...
Today’s consumers are used to buying everything online and expect the same for their beverage alcohol choices. [iStock]

Expert Editorial: 5 Myths About DTC Wine Shipping

Here are five arguments made against DTC that just don’t hold up under scrutiny. By Alex Koral   Americans spent more than $4 billion on DTC wine...
WineAmerica members visit Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. in 2019

WineAmerica: Managing the Business Climate for Wine

Editor’s note: Wine Industry Advisor is proud to welcome WineAmerica to its roster of regular contributors. Beginning with this article, the industry’s voice in...

Winemakers, Distributors Experiment with Supply Chain & Carbon-Shrinking Shortcuts

Whether shipping wine across the globe in giant bladders, or biking a bottle down the street, there’s likely a way to make the trip...

The Great Supply Chain Kerfuffle of 2021

Delays in deliveries are affecting viticulture and winemaking procedures, product launches, and limiting consumers' options during the peak of holiday wine-buying. —Jeff Siegel Brian Talley ordered...
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