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Afternoon Brief, May 21

Napa County Looks at Wine Country Growth: Napa County is considering how to mold the future of its world-famous wine country balancing a host of factors, from housing demands to requests for wineries in remote locations...

Sonoma County Wine Community Celebrates and Supports Restaurant Industry

Wineries and restaurants across Sonoma County find innovative ways to stay connected with wine lovers near and far with virtual programs, collaborations and philanthropic...

Afternoon Brief, May 18

The First Wineries Re-Opened This Weekend, but Restrictions Still Present a Challenge: Ernie Bayless said he and the staff at Wise Villa Winery, located about a half-hour northeast of Sacramento, California, got the word last Tuesday that they could reopen...

2020 Sonoma County Barrel Auction, Presented by American Agcredit, Honors Sonoma...

Icons and Innovators Recognized for their Leadership and Contributions SANTA ROSA, Calif. (May 18, 2020) – Sonoma County Vintners announces the 2020 Sonoma County Barrel...

Afternoon Brief, May 14

Oregon Wineries Begin Reopening, Kicking Off with Those in 28 of 36 Counties: After having closed tasting rooms for almost two months to on-premise wine tastings and consumption, on May 7th, Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced the plans for the Phase One reopening of Oregon wineries and tasting rooms...

“Never Before, Never Again” Auction: Lots Available Online for the 2020...

Auction Lots Illustrate the Diversity of Sonoma County, a World-Class Wine Region SANTA ROSA, Calif. (May 14, 2020) – Today Sonoma County Vintners announces the...

Afternoon Brief, May 8

California's Cabernet Glut Deepens: The latest Vineyard Economics Symposium revealed big challenges for some US grapegrowers...

Afternoon Brief, May 6

Sonoma Wineries Are Itching to Open Up Their Doors and Invite Back Visitors: The shelter-in-place order has been hard on wineries that rely on tasting room and on-premise sales as well as their front line allies, tasting room staff and waiters, who have been out of a job...

Sonoma Wineries Are Itching to Open Up Their Doors and Invite...

The shelter-in-place order has been hard on wineries that rely on tasting room and on-premise sales as well as their front line allies, tasting room staff and waiters, who have been out of a job...

Afternoon Brief, April 30

The Disintegration of the Wine Tourism Economy: The welcome mat for Sonoma County’s wine country was rolled up several weeks ago in the midst of the COVID-19 shelter-in-place, and there is no prediction of when it might be rolled out again...

Afternoon Brief, April 29

Defending 'Butter' Wines: Napa's Jam Cellars Goes Back to Court to Defend Trademarked Brand: Napa-based JaM Cellars Inc. is suing Livermore-based The Wine Group LLC, one of the largest vintners and maker of the Franzia brand of value wines, alleging trademark infringement...

Sonoma County Vintners Celebrates Diversity of Wine Region with Virtual Cinco...

Webinar Will Feature Discussion with Mexican-American Winemakers of Sonoma County SANTA ROSA, California – April 29, 2020 –  Skip the margaritas and grab a glass...

Afternoon Brief, April 22

Court Crushes Bryant Winery Lawsuit: An embarrassing civil action that paraded the Napa producer's financials in public is over...

2020 Sonoma County Barrel Auction, Presented by American Agcredit, Moves to...

First-Ever Virtual Sonoma County Barrel Auction Begins June 16 with World-Class Never Before, Never Again Auction Lots SANTA ROSA, Calif. (April 22, 2020) – Sonoma County Vintners announces...

Afternoon Brief, April 16

America’s Wine & Spirit Wholesalers Are Delivering on Credit That May Never Appear: Economists predict that America’s wine and spirit wholesalers are at risk of losing up to $921.4 million in uncollectible or difficult to collect receivables from on-premise accounts...