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Afternoon Brief, September 25

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: A Pathway to Wholesale Success for the Small Producer "There is an inherent David and Goliath dynamic in...

Afternoon Brief, July 31

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: California Flip Flops on Wine Delivery Law Wine delivery apps have become big business as the delivery market...

Afternoon Brief, July 12

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Most of California's Wine Grapes Should Find a Home by Harvest A mid-June review by Turrentine Brokerage of...

Afternoon Brief, June 28

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Researchers Working to Manage Grapevine Virus Grapevines in the WSU Prosser vineyard have been infected with a virus...

Afternoon Brief, April 26

Napa County: Wine Business Dominates Large Real Estate Deals A number of the most significant commercial real estate deals in the county in the past 12 months have been at large industrial properties...

Afternoon Brief, July 29

Innovative Wine Industry Veteran Phil Hurst Announces Changes at Truett-Hurst, Inc.: Phil Hurst, Co-Founder and President and CEO of Truett-Hurst, Inc., announced today that the VML tasting room and ultra-premium production facility located on Westside Road has been sold by Bill Hambrecht...

Afternoon Brief, September 21

Wine & Spirits Magazine Announces Top 100 Wineries of 2015: Wine & Spirits Magazine has announced the Top 100 Wineries of 2015, producers from around the world that earned the magazines highest ratings across a range of their wines...

Afternoon Brief, June 4

Health Watch: Red Wine Compounds Fight the Common Cold: Employee-lounge snack purveyors, take note: People who consume flavonoids, compounds found in red wine and other plant-based foods, take fewer sick days from work, according to new research from New Zealand...

District-by-District Review of the Crush Report, Part 1: North Coast

Those of you, who read my review of the crush report for the Wine Industry Advisor, may have noticed that I gave limited analysis...