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Sovos ShipCompliant Wine Summit

The Sovos ShipCompliant Wine Summit is the premier conference for winery compliance, hospitality and owner/operator professionals. The Wine Summit gathers winery professionals for one-and-a-half...

Afternoon Brief, February 9th

Preliminary 2023 Winegrape Crush Report at 3.67 Million Tons: The California Department of Food and Agriculture Preliminary Grape Crush Report, containing tons crushed and prices of wine grapes sold during the 2023 harvest, has been released...

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...

Experts Agree: Direct to Consumer Sales Will Be One of Wine’s...

Direct-to-consumer has been one of the most resilient parts of the wine market. By Jeff Siegel   The consensus is that Direct to Consumer sales will be...

Afternoon Brief, December 20th

Shocking Working Conditions in Champagne: An Arte report sheds light on the working conditions of harvest workers in Champagne...

Afternoon Brief, December 11th

The California Wine Industry Is Facing Unprecedented Challenges, Causing Many Winery Owners to Consider Acquisitions: Consolidation is nothing new for the wine industry, but the pace of change has accelerated in recent years as interest rates have risen, costs of labor and supplies have jumped, and demand for wine has softened...

Afternoon Brief, November 6th

Wine the Winner in Ohio Court Case: Advocates for interstate wine shipping can mark one down in the win column after an Ohio lawsuit took another twist...

Afternoon Brief, October 5th

Website Launches to Inform Public About Lawsuits: Hoopes Vineyards, Summit Lake Vineyards and Smith-Madrone Winery are suing Napa County over unconstitutional patterns and practices and have now launched saveoursmallwineries.org...

Afternoon Brief, September 26th

Champagne Pickers Treated 'Like Dogs': French public prosecutor opens two human trafficking investigations after France shuts down grape picker accommodation sites...

Afternoon Brief, September 13th

New Wine Market Council Study Shows How Consumers Are Shifting in the Wine Category and Desired Price Points: Lately the wine news has been filled with reports of declining wine consumption in the U.S. Because of this, Wine Market Council (WMC) launched a new research study to investigate why this is happening and what types of wine and price points are still desirable...

Afternoon Brief, August 23rd

B.C. Wine Sector Readies for Worst-Ever Year for Forest Fire Smoke : B.C. wine industry business owners are facing what is likely to be the worst year many have seen for forest fire smoke. This comes as production is also crimped by a colder than normal winter that stunted vines...

Afternoon Brief, August 18th

Potential Rain in Hurricane Hilary’s Wake Worrisome for Sonoma County Winegrowers: North Bay winemakers have been tracking the forecast closely, worried about what any rainfall could mean at this key time of year...

Afternoon Brief, August 8th

NASA Helps Spot Wine Grape Disease from Skies Above California: In a case study, scientists detected the costly infection in cabernet sauvignon grapevines before they showed symptoms visible to the human eye...

Afternoon Brief, August 3rd

Wineries Seek $28 Million from Pacificorp for Smoke Damage: Five winery companies in Oregon’s Willamette Valley are seeking $28 million for smoke damage to grapes allegedly caused by wildfires ignited by PacifiCorp’s electrical system...

SOVOS and WBA Report: DTC Market Wends Toward a Re-Balanced Standard

Mid-year market report indicates DTC sales recalibration after pandemic years. By Jeff Siegel   The direct-to-consumer wine market is still trying to figure out what the new...
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