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Afternoon Brief, May 8th

In a Major Pinot Noir Purchase, Constellation Buys Sta. Rita Hills Icon Sea Smoke: The Santa Barbara County winery was a key player in the region’s Pinot Noir and Chardonnay renaissance...

Sipping Sustainability: 13 Wine Brands Submit Nearly 116k Cases of Wine...

May 8th - Atascadero, Calif. – In the first three months of 2024, nearly 116k cases of wine embarked on the journey to become...
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Afternoon Brief, February 1st

Vinoshipper Releases 2nd Annual Craft Wine Direct Sales Report: Vinoshipper, the nation’s largest Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) wine shipping platform with more than 3,000 clients, released its second annual report today that shows a unique and optimistic perspective on direct sales across 47 states...

It’s ReSIProcal February! Complimentary Wine Tastings All Month Long

Enjoy Sustainable Wines This ReSIProcal February February 1st - Atascadero, CA: This February, wine club members of nearly 30 wine brands across four California counties...
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Afternoon Brief, October 7th

Sarasota Wine Market v. Schmitt—What’s the Fuss?: This week the U.S. Supreme Court could decide to take a first step in remaking how wine is sold at retail in the United States...

SIP Certified Welcomes New Members to Its Growing List of Sustainable...

(Atascadero, California, October 6, 2021) SIP (Sustainability in Practice) Certified recently welcomed over fifteen new properties to its family of sustainably certified vineyards and...

Shady Lane Cellars Earns Prestigious Sustainability Certification

Northern Michigan vineyard is only second in state to be SIP Certified SUTTON’S BAY, MICH. (Oct. 7, 2020) – The staff at Shady Lane Cellars have long made...

Wine’s Most Inspiring People: The Consistent Force Behind Sustainability in Practice

Over the holidays, I stopped to taste the extraordinary array of wines at Castoro Cellars in Paso Robles and almost tripped over the SIP certified sign at the entrance. This winery is proud of their role as an early adapter of Sustainability in Practice (SIP) and the principle of sustainable practices don’t stop with a sign ...
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Afternoon Brief, August 27

Wineries Share Their Point-of-Sale System Priorities and Experiences - Point-of-Sale systems in wineries seem to be a love-hate relationship many times the hate overcoming the love as the frustrations of adapting to changing and challenging environments puts a strain on winery personnel and the electronic retail and data system that supports their efforts ...

SIP Certified Announces Newly Certified, High-Profile Vineyards for 2019

Atascadero, California, August 27, 2019 – SIP Certified (Sustainability in Practice) has just released a list of new vineyards that have been certified sustainable...
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Afternoon Brief, April 23

Gallo’s Acquisition Strategy Is Gift That Keeps on Giving for Premium Wine: The premium branded wine market can do with all the help it can get which is what makes E&J Gallos acquisition strategy potentially so important, not just for itself, but for the overall wine industry ...

SIP Certified Announces Free New Tools to Promote Sustainability

Non-Members Now Have Access To Sustainability Self-Assessment Tools and SIP Smart Seminar Atascadero, California, April 23, 2019 – SIP Certified (Sustainability in Practice), one of...

SIP Certified Releases List of 38 Wines Newly Certified as Sustainable...

Atascadero, California, April 3, 2019 – SIP Certified (Sustainability in Practice) has just released their list of newly certified wines for spring of 2019....

SIP Certified Opens 2019 Sustainability Enrollment on December 1

The Wine Industry’s Premier Sustainability Organization Announces Open Enrollment for New Vineyards, Wineries and Wines Atascadero, California, November 27, 2018 – SIP Certified® (Sustainability in Practice)...

Afternoon Brief, November 5

E&J Gallo Continues Its Push on Premium: Kozel's focus, who joined Gallo 18 years ago, continues to be the company's push on premium, which has seen it gradually move beyond big volume sub $10 wines to more premium, boutique labels, such as Orin Swift, J Vineyards and Talbott ...