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Afternoon Brief, February 2nd

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‘Emergency’ €80 Million Promised to French Winegrowers Amid Farmer Protests: France's government has promised an €80m 'emergency fund' for crisis-hit winemakers, as ministers also try to de-escalate widespread farmer protests covering many agricultural sectors...

Experts Agree: Direct to Consumer Sales Will Be One of Wine’s...

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Direct-to-consumer has been one of the most resilient parts of the wine market. By Jeff Siegel   The consensus is that Direct to Consumer sales will be...

Afternoon Brief, January 22nd

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Bomb Blows Up French Wine War: A dispute between French producers and importers of Spanish wine is getting darker, with violence returning to the south of France...
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Afternoon Brief, January 18th

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A Harsh Pill to Swallow: 2024 SVB Report Predicts Tough Times for Wine: Changing demographics, dropping demand and “bulging” inventories call for industry leadership and vision...

A Harsh Pill to Swallow: 2024 SVB Report Predicts Tough Times...

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Changing demographics, dropping demand and “bulging” inventories call for industry leadership and vision. By Jeff Siegel   There is very little good news in this year’s Silicon...
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Afternoon Brief, January 12th

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Labeling Laws Another Challenge for Wine: Wine labeling laws are already in use in the EU. Should US producers be freaking out?...
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Afternoon Brief, January 8th

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Napa Valley Robot ‘Sommelier’ Spurs Debate on AI in the Wine Business: “He doesn’t break glasses,” Maria Reznikova said, citing a bonus with hiring her new staffer — a robot “sommelier” that has become quite an attraction for gawkers shopping on Calistoga’s Lincoln Avenue...

The 2024 SVB State of the US Wine Industry Report Virtual...

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Don’t miss an opportunity to discuss the emerging trends impacting the wine industry. Our panel of industry leaders will discuss their observations on the...
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Afternoon Brief, December 29th

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What Were Wine's Biggest Deals of 2023?: In uncertain times for wine, stronger players are scooping up small but promising vintners...
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Afternoon Brief, October 2nd

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Chilean Politician Takes Aim at “Illegal” Sweet Wines: A Chilean politician has called on authorities to act against "falsely produced" sweet wines in the country, saying their production does not meet legal standards and regulations or consumer expectations...
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Afternoon Brief, September 27th

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Washington Considers Allowing Fingerprint Scan, Facial Analysis to Buy Alcohol, Cannabis: The Washington State Legislature may consider legislation giving the State Liquor and Cannabis Board further rulemaking authority regarding the use of biometric age verification by private entities selling alcohol or cannabis products...
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Afternoon Brief, September 6th

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Renowned International Winemaker Files Lawsuit Against Napa County over Denial of Water Rights: Jayson Woodbridge, owner and winemaker of one of the world’s most sought-after wines, has filed suit against the County of Napa after the county refused to issue permits for water wells on Woodbridge’s vineyard properties, in violation of state and federal law...
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Afternoon Brief, August 31st

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Campaign to Loosen Utah Liquor Laws: An ambitious attempt to liberalize Utah's liquor laws could face stiff opposition from a devout legislature...
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Afternoon Brief, August 22nd

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Sherry Lehmann’s Landlord Sues Iconic Wine Shop over $3.6 Million in Unpaid Rent: Sherry-Lehmann’s landlord is suing the iconic wine retailer as well as its former owners over $3.6 million in unpaid rent – and is demanding that its shuttered store on Park Avenue be cleared out immediately, according to a court filing...
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Afternoon Brief, August 21st

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After Farmworker’s Death in Fresno-Area Heat, UFW and Sen. Padilla Say It’s Time for Stronger Protections at Work: The case shines a spotlight on the effectiveness of a California law designed to protect workers laboring outdoors in searing temperatures — and it took center stage at a press conference called by U.S. Sen. Alex Padilla to push federal legislation that would impose stronger federal heat protections in workplaces...
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