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Afternoon Brief, April 10th

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Scientists Launch Wine Bottle Washing Project in Finger Lakes, New York: Glass scientists in New York State are studying ways to wash and reuse wine bottles in order to mitigate rising costs for Finger Lakes producers...

Afternoon Brief, April 3rd

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North Coast Wine Challenge Top Honors Go to Italian-Inspired Red Blend from La Storia: A Sonoma County red wine beat out 1,093 other entries to win Best of the Best...
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Afternoon Brief, March 27th

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The Oregon Vineyard and Wine Industry’s New Economic Impact Report Shows Continued Growth and Increased Contribution to the State’s Economy: With an $8 billion economic impact, Oregon’s vineyards and wine businesses continue to be an economic driver deeply rooted in the state’s agriculture, offering high-value tourism experiences despite fewer tasting room visits...
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Afternoon Brief, March 20th

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Thieves Hit Chablis Winery, Stealing More Than 1,000 Bottles: Thieves entered Domaine du Château de Viviers undetected in the middle of the night and stole wines with a total estimated value of more than €50,000, said the Chablis producer...
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Afternoon Brief, March 15th

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Dom Perignon, Expensive Wines Found in Search Tied to Retail Thefts in North San Diego County: Photos released by investigators showed several bottles of Dom Perignon, Inglenook and Caymus wines, each of which retail for around $300...
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Afternoon Brief, March 13th

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North Coast Wine Industry Cautiously Optimistic as 2024 Grape Season Starts: Wine grape growers and vintners are cautiously optimistic as the 2024 season gets underway for the North Coast crop...
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Afternoon Brief, March 6th

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First-of-Its-Kind Industry-Wide Initiative Launches to Address Sexual Harassment in Beverage Alcohol and Hospitality: 86 Harassment is a free industry resource providing employers and employees with access to training, education, a confidential hotline, and prevention tools from industry experts...
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Afternoon Brief, February 28th

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Enrico Scavino, One of Piedmont's Winemaking Greats, Dies at 82: A member of the Barolo Boys, Scavino was unafraid to mix tradition with modernity in the name of outstanding wine...
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Afternoon Brief, February 23rd

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How a Napa Farming Nonprofit Became a Political Power Broker—And Got Caught Up in a Federal Investigation: A mysterious federal investigation unfolding in Napa Valley has ensnared one of the wine industry’s most powerful entities...

Sonoma County Winegrowers 2023 Sustainable Producer Award Recipient, River Road Family Vineyards...

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February 23rd - Sebastopol, CA – In 2016, Sonoma County Winegrowers established a new award to recognize producers/makers who are leaders in sustainability and...
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Afternoon Brief, February 21st

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WSWA's Sipsource Report Tracks 2023 Year-End Losses for Both Wine and Spirits: While there seems to be clear consensus on how difficult 2023 was for the beverage alcohol industry, there is no single agreed-upon view of what this means for the future...
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Afternoon Brief, February 19th

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US Grocer Merger Could Mean Less Shelf Space for Wine: Two giant retailers are proposing a merger. If it goes ahead, it could have a significant impact on the American wine market...
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Afternoon Brief, February 14th

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Pledge of €230 Million to French Winegrowers Is an ’Empty Promise’, Say Vignerons: The emergency fund promised to French winegrowers amid farmer protests is "just a promise", Rhône Valley vignerons tell Eloise Feilden...
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Afternoon Brief, February 7th

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Prohibition Era Over? State House Passes Bill to Legalize Sale of Liquor, Wine in Small Towns: The House passed a bill that would no longer prohibit Mississippi’s small towns from selling liquor and wine — a Prohibition-era carryover still enforced for municipalities in many “dry” counties...

Afternoon Brief, February 2nd

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‘Emergency’ €80 Million Promised to French Winegrowers Amid Farmer Protests: France's government has promised an €80m 'emergency fund' for crisis-hit winemakers, as ministers also try to de-escalate widespread farmer protests covering many agricultural sectors...