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Afternoon Brief, January 15th

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After Disastrous 2020, Sonoma County Grape Growers Face a Hopeful, Uncertain Harvest: After a disastrous 2020, Sonoma County grape growers should find a stronger appetite for their crops this year, though there’s still uncertainty, a top wine industry analyst said Thursday...

Afternoon Brief, January 14th

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Sonoma County Winegrowers to Launch U.S. Wine Industry’s First Innovation Accelerator: Due to the ongoing pandemic, Sonoma County winegrowers gathered around their laptops and computer screens to review the organization’s efforts last year and learn about the future direction from the Sonoma County Winegrowers’ president, Karissa Kruse, as the 30st annual Dollars and $ense Seminar and Trade Show went virtual for the first time Thursday morning...

Sonoma County Winegrowers to Launch U.S. Wine Industry’s First Innovation Accelerator

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Sonoma VITS Will Seek Innovative Proposals to Support Vineyard Resiliency SANTA ROSA, Calif.  (January 14, 2021) – Due to the ongoing pandemic, Sonoma County winegrowers gathered...

Dollars & $ense Virtual Annual Meeting

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This is always the “CAN’T MISS” meeting of the year – our annual Dollars & $ense Seminar and Trade Show.  It is one of...

Afternoon Brief, January 5th

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E. & J. Gallo Winery Completes Acquisition of More Than 30 Brands from Constellation: E. & J. Gallo Winery (Gallo) today announced that it has completed the acquisition of more than 30 wine brands from Constellation Brands, Inc...

Sonoma County Winegrowers to Host 30th Dollar & $ense Seminar and...

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January 14th event features keynote speakers, updates, breakout sessions and trade show January 5th - Attend the 30th annual Dollars & $ense Trade Show and Seminar from...

Afternoon Brief, October 23

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80% of Napa Wineries Are Moving Forward with the 2020 Vintage: As the Californian wine industry assesses the damage of the Glass Fire, as many as 80% of Napa Valley’s wineries are pushing forward with the 2020 vintage...

Afternoon Brief, October 20

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Sonoma County Winegrowers Look to Reset After Unimaginable 2020 Season: Though the 2020 growing season enjoyed near-perfect growing conditions, a mid-August lightning storm during a global pandemic resulted in a dramatic turn for Sonoma County’s winegrapes and a financial blow to the region just as it has with other wine regions across California...

Sonoma County Winegrowers Look to Reset After Unimaginable 2020 Season

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Grower Survey Highlights State of the Winegrape Community Following Pandemic and Wildfires SANTA ROSA, Calif. (October 20, 2020) – Though the 2020 growing season enjoyed near-perfect...

Afternoon Brief, September 18

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Fires Leave 2020 Vintage in the Balance: Fire and pestilence mark it as the vintage from hell; will any wine be made this year?...

Afternoon Brief, September 17

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Sonoma County Winery Faces Record $172,000 Fine for Alleged Vineyard Work Violations: A Geyserville winery and its billionaire owner face a record fine from Sonoma County agriculture officials who contend the Alexander Valley company destroyed nearly an acre of land this summer through hillside grading and conducted other unpermitted work...

Sonoma County Winegrowers Referendum Passes with Record Vote

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Growers Vote to Maintain Commission for Another Five Years  SANTA ROSA, Calif.  (September 17, 2020) --   The California Department of Food & Agriculture has certified the...

Afternoon Brief, August 31

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Wineries Need to Prep to Sustain Rise in Online Sales Beyond the Coronavirus Pandemic: In April and May, as the state was tossed into shutdown mode triggered by the coronavirus, the mandate may have provided a turning point, if not a wakeup call, for the wine industry when it comes to direct-to-consumer sales, according to the CEO of a Napa-based leader in selling wine online...

Sonoma County Winegrowers Offer First-Hand Perspective on Impact of Latest Fire

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September 2nd Webinar Will Provide More Insight and Detail SANTA ROSA, Calif. (August 31, 2020) – With the 2020 winegrape harvest just underway, many growers in...

Afternoon Brief, August 12

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Wineries Worry About Impact of Water Rules: A new statewide order affecting how wineries dispose of water could undermine existing regional solutions, winery owners and their advocates say, and would impose new costs as the wine business struggles with tasting room closures and other measures intended to assure employee safety...