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Afternoon Brief, November 16th

Wine Scientist Remanded in Custody: Australian wine scientist Simon Dillon has appeared in court on child sex charges...

Afternoon Brief, August 1st

Scorching Heat and Wildfires Worry European Winemakers: In wine regions across the continent, spring was dry and summer has brought record temperatures, shrinking the potential harvest and sparking wildfires...

Afternoon Brief, December 9th

Frosts, Heatwaves and Wildfires: As the climate crisis intensifies, the wine industry is increasingly vulnerable and growers across the world are scrambling to find solutions...

Anaba Wines Surges Forward on Path Towards Sustainability with SolarCraft Solar...

New Solar Panel Installation Brings Winery Closer to 100% Renewable Energy Use Sonoma, CA, June 25, 2020 – Anaba Wines recently partnered with the Novato...

Energy Security for Wineries Facing Public Safety Power Shutoff

Energy Security for Wineries Facing Public Safety Power Shutoff: With Public Safety Power Shut Off (PSPS) now part of the fire season in Wine Country, power outages are “the reality we’re living with,” agrees Don Mortenson of Anderson Valley’s Roederer Estate...

Afternoon Brief, February 10

The value of the North Coast grape crop slid to $1.7 billion last year, down 15% from 2018 as wine sales leveled off across the United States and wineries reacted by crushing less fruit, according to the annual California grape harvest report released on Monday ...

Afternoon Brief, August 26

Wine Drinkers Face an Uncertain and Precarious Future: American wine drinkers find themselves in what could legitimately be called the Golden Age of Wine. The unprecedented selection and diversity of wines available continue to increase ...

Afternoon Brief, May 8

Walla Walla Prison Project Nears Start Date - The co-owner of Walla Walla Vineyard Management told the drinks business that after final approval was granted, he intended to plant two hectares of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Malbec on a southeastern block of the prisons land in March 2020 ...

Afternoon Brief, August 9

New York's Best Wine, Winery and Hard Cider: An aromatic Gewurtztraminer from Keuka Spring Vineyards near Penn Yan has won the 2018 Governor's Cup as New York state's best wine in the 33rd annual New York Wine Classic competition...

Afternoon Brief, March 8

Wine Institute and Compli Launch New DTC Compliance Website Wine Institute and Compli have collaborated to create a new and improved direct-to-consumer website, State Shipping Laws for Wineries, that offers the California wine industry a comprehensive resource on all state shipping compliance rules consolidated into a single place...

Afternoon Brief, May 4

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Strained Relations – Wine Family Feuds One of the most agonizing experiences that any business faces is surely...

Afternoon Brief, March 30

Trinchero Family Estates Fined $44,575 by Cal/OSHA in Worker's Death Citing safety violations that lead to a worker's death in August, Trinchero Family Estates has been fined $44,575 by the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration...

Afternoon Brief, January 12

Wine & Weed Symposium Announced: The Wine Industry Network today announced the launch of the Wine & Weed Symposium, a one-day intensive educational conference that will focus on the legalization of cannabis in California and the expected impact and opportunities that this presents to the wine industry...

Afternoon Brief, July 19

Barolo Burglars Steal Thousands of Bottles of Wines: Two of Barolo's wineries have been robbed of hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of wine in less than three weeks, and the evidence suggests the same thieves are behind both crimes...

Afternoon Brief, May 10

UK Vineyards Close to Amber Warning Over Pesticides: Britain's burgeoning wine industry is facing a new catastrophic scenario over a failure to replace pesticide products whose approval has been revoked, the UK Vineyards Association as warned..
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