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Afternoon Brief, April 10th

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

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...

Afternoon Brief, March 27th

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...

Afternoon Brief, March 20th

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...

Afternoon Brief, March 15th

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...

Afternoon Brief, March 13th

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...

Afternoon Brief, March 6th

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...

Afternoon Brief, February 28th

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...

Afternoon Brief, February 23rd

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...

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

Afternoon Brief, February 21st

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...

Afternoon Brief, February 19th

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...

Afternoon Brief, February 14th

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...

Afternoon Brief, February 7th

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

‘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...