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Afternoon Brief, September 9th

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New Oregon Wine Industry Report Exposes Effects of COVID and 2020 Wildfires: While the majority of Oregon winemakers made wine from grapes from 2020, the year held challenges including a western U.S. weather phenomenon combined with naturally lower yields, wildfires and COVID-19-related labor shortages and restrictions...

Afternoon Brief, August 31st

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Fire Watch: Caldor Fire Burns Big Doubling in Size: The Caldor Fire is only 16% contained as it continues its trajectory toward vacation paradise, Lake Tahoe. Fortunately, it has only skirted vineyards and wineries in Amador and El Dorado Counties...

Afternoon Brief, August 10th

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Delicato-Coppola Deal Receives Federal Approval: The Federal Trade Commission approved the acquisition of Francis Ford Coppola Winery by Delicato, making Delicato the first winery in over a decade to break into the top five largest national wineries...

2021 Mid-Year DtC Wine Data Report Highlights

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Last week, SOVOS/ShipCompliant, in conjunction with Wines Vines Analytics, released its mid-year DTC shipping analysis. Though data touts some gains, Larry Cormier, general manager...

Afternoon Brief, August 3rd

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State Cuts Off Hundreds of Russian River Growers, Ranchers and Others in Drastic Bid to Save Water: A day long dreaded by hundreds of ranchers, grape growers, farmers, water providers and towns arrived Monday as the state ordered them to stop diverting water from the Russian River watershed or be fined $1,000 a day...

Afternoon Brief, July 6th

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Delicato-Coppola Collaboration: Industry Implications: The wine world raised eyebrows when, on June 24, Francis Ford Coppola Winery announced its deal-in-progress to sell Sonoma County wine properties to Delicato Wines and take a seat on the company’s board...

Understanding Fulfillment Houses Is Key to Regulating DtC Shipping 

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Direct-to-consumer (DtC) alcohol shipping compliance is a complex network of moving parts, many of which are, by design, hidden from the public...

Afternoon Brief, June 22nd

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Vintage Wine Estates, Inc. Completes Acquisition of the Sommelier Company: Vintage Wine Estates, Inc., one of the fastest growing U.S. wine producers with an industry leading direct-to-customer platform, today announced that it has completed its acquisition of The Sommelier Company. Founded by Principal Jörn (“Joey”) Kleinhans PhD, CFA, in 2013, The Sommelier Company is a global provider of independent wine and spirits expertise, private tasting events and education...

Afternoon Brief, May 3rd

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Protestors Rally Against King Estate Winery's Employee Vaccine Mandate: Nearly a dozen protestors rallied in front of King Estate Winery in Eugene around 11:00 a.m. on Saturday. This is in response to the business requiring employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine or else they lose their job...

Afternoon Brief, April 28th

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Yellow Tail and Casillero Del Diablo Remain the World’s Most Powerful Wine Brands Amid a Picture of Eroding Brand Equity for Wine Brands Worldwide: Building on feedback from over 25,000 wine consumers in 25 markets – representing over 400 million wine drinkers globally – the fourth annual Wine Intelligence Global Wine Brand Power Index reveals an industry-wide erosion of brand equity arising from the disruption to shopping and consumption patterns experienced during the Covid era, which may take some time for brand owners to restore...

Afternoon Brief, April 26th

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The Complex Science of Assessing California’s Fire-Damaged Vines: Bracing for another fire season, Napa and Sonoma viticulturists decide whether to replant or revitalize many vineyards that burned in 2020...

Afternoon Brief, April 23rd

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Krasilsa Pacific Farms Sells Sonoma County Vineyard for $4.7 Million: A Sonoma County vineyard belonging to a partnership led by well-known wine executive Hugh Reimers has been sold for about $4.7 million, according to county records...

Afternoon Brief, April 22nd

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California's Droughts Sometimes Make Better Wine, but They're Bad for the Industry Overall -- Here's Why: This year is shaping up to be a very dry one in California. Coming off of an already-dry 2020 — the third-driest year on record since 1895 — the state has gotten only a fraction of the precipitation it would need to replenish water supplies...

Sovos ShipCompliant Adds Audit Protection and Cost Savings for Wine, Beer...

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Qualified direct-to-consumer (DtC) shippers using Sovos ShipCompliant for sales tax compliance gain new benefits in 24 Streamlined States  (BOSTON) April 21, 2021 – Last year, the...

Insights from the 2021 DtC Wine Shipping Report for Start-Ups and...

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Please join Sovos ShipCompliant and vinSUITE for a look at take-aways from the 2021 Direct-to-Consumer Wine Shipping Report for winery start-ups and those wineries that are...