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2022 SVB Annual Direct-to-Consumer Wine Survey Report Virtual Event

On Wednesday, June 15th, join us for a dynamic panel discussion, about the 2022 SVB Annual Direct-to-Consumer Wine Survey Report. This year’s survey results and insights help address what’s needed to drive consumer...

Afternoon Brief, June 8th

Petition Filed to Establish Pocket Peak AVA in Sonoma County: A collective group of Sonoma County winegrowers have filed a petition with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau to establish a new Pocket Peak American Viticultural Area (AVA)...

Afternoon Brief, March 21st

Can Major Wine Markets in China Survive Its Worst COVID Resurgence?: China’s intense lockdown and curbs have shown immediate effects on the country’s lucrative wine market, especially in three of the affluent cities in Shanghai, Shenzhen and Dongguan that are engines for the country’s wine consumption, as the country holds on tight to its ‘zero-Covid policy’...

Turning the Tables on Rob McMillan—Wine Industry Analyst

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...

Afternoon Brief, March 14th

Winery Cleared of Mafia Money Laundering: The Trentino-based Mezzacorona wine group was acquitted of money laundering this week, after two years of investigation...

Afternoon Brief, January 24th

The New California Merlot Crisis: Northern California wineries that rely on Merlot for Bordeaux-style blends and varietal wines are struggling to secure enough high-quality grapes. What’s driving this shortage and what can be done to fix it?...

Afternoon Brief, January 21st

A Bottle of Wine Could Cost $5 More This Year as California Winemakers Grapple with a Glass Crisis: California winemakers are grappling with a glass crisis that has sent the price of bottles shooting up, raising fears that they'll have to increase costs for consumers...

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

—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...

Afternoon Brief, January 19th

Following a Mixed Year for the US Wine Industry, Silicon Valley Bank Predicts Generational Shifts and Climate Change Will Be Turning Points for Wine Industry in Years Ahead: Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), the bank of the world's most innovative companies and their investors, today released its 2022 State of the Wine Industry Report. The 21st edition of the annual report assesses current conditions in the wine industry and provides a unique forecast for the year ahead based on proprietary research and economic and behavioral trends among consumers...

Afternoon Brief, January 14th

Joel Gott Wines Buys Napa's Historic Edge Hill Winery: Joel Gott Wines has purchased Napa’s historic Edge Hill property from Rudd Estate. The deal includes 25 acres, 6 of which are planted to a red field blend, as well as a retrofitted three-story stone winery built in 1867, existing inventory and the Edge Hill name...
AB Hero Needle and Cork Screw

Afternoon Brief, January 4th

Sonoma County Winemaking Club Hit with COVID Outbreak: By the time Dec. 11 rolled around, the Garage Enologists of Sonoma County were a bit starved for normalcy. The well-established amateur winemaking club had conducted most of its monthly meetings via Zoom since the start of the pandemic...

Afternoon Brief, October 15th

California Harvests Raise Optimism Levels: In central California AVAs, the later harvest is looking good – but they're not out of the woods yet...

Afternoon Brief, October 8th

Italy's 2021 Vintage: Small but Perfectly Formed: The bad news is that less wine will be made, but the upside is that those wines should be spectacular...

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

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’

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...
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