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Meet Debra Del Fiorentino of Wine Competitions Management & Production

This Sonoma County entrepreneur is responsible for more than a dozen prestigious tasting events, including the upcoming Sunset International Wine & Spirits Competition. By Alexandra...

Afternoon Brief, March 30th

Provi Files Federal Antitrust Complaint Against Southern and RNDC, the Nation’s Two Largest Wine and Spirits Distributors: Provi, the fastest-growing ecommerce marketplace for the beverage alcohol industry, yesterday filed a complaint in Federal Court in Illinois against Southern Glazer’s Wines and Spirits (Southern) and Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC), the two largest wine and spirits distributors in the United States...

Afternoon Brief, June 21st

What Tourism Downturn? Napa Wineries Report off-the-Charts Demand for $500-Plus Tastings: Luxury experiences with limo rides and vintage airplane aerobatics are on the rise...

Act Now to Enter the 2021 Sunset International Wine Competition 

May 24th - Friday, May 28, is the final date to enter the 2021 Sunset International Wine Competition. Judging will take place June 8...

Best White Wine Winner at Sunset 2020: Brecon Estate

It was a good problem to have, but one that required careful management. When Brecon Estate’s 2019 Albariño won Best of Show White at the 2020 Sunset Wine Competition, it was immediately decided that Brecon Club Members should have priority access to the small batch wine...

Best of Show Winner at Sunset 2020: Gracianna Winery

Gracianna Winery began in 2005, and debuted their first wine in 2009, but they’ve made plenty of waves since then...

Afternoon Brief, September 8

A Scientific Case for ‘Fingerprinting’ Terroir in a California AVA: For 30 years, members of the Russian River Valley Winegrowers Association (RRVWA) have attempted to quantify and qualify the different Pinot Noir profiles their American Viticultural Area (AVA) produces...

Afternoon Brief, July 10

Wine Labeling Controversy Triggers Class Action Lawsuit: A Napa Valley winery is accused of misleading consumers about the origins of its Oregon-labeled wines in a proposed class action lawsuit filed June 18...

Afternoon Brief, July 6

Gallo Sues Napa's Amourvino Winery Over Breach of Contract: E. & J. Gallo Winery is suing Amourvino Winery over an alleged failure to pay almost $80,000 for five and a half tons of Cabernet Sauvignon grapes harvested from Gallo’s Stagecoach Vineyards, according to a lawsuit filed in Napa County Superior Court...

Madera County Wineries Receive High Recognition from Sunset International Wine Competition,...

Madera, CA: The results are in from the distinguished Sunset International Wine Competition which took place in June. Several Madera County wineries received high recognition....

Why Wine Competitions Are More Relevant Than Ever

Why Wine Competitions Are More Relevant Than Ever: In a world turned upside down by uncertainty, some things stand fast. Wine competitions are part and parcel of the yearly routine of the wine world, as much as tending vines, picking grapes, and making wine go on despite the havoc wreaked by nature or otherwise...

Afternoon Brief, July 2

Sunset International Wine Competition 2020 Announces Results: The results of the 2020 Sunset International Wine Competition are in, and Gracianna Wines, Russian River Valley, is celebrating a Best of Show win for their 2018 Gracianna Wines Reserve Pinot Noir, $76...

Sunset International Wine Competition 2020 Announces Results

Best of Show Goes to 2018 Gracianna Reserve Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley Best White goes to 2019 Brecon Estate Albarino; Best Rose to Chronic...

Afternoon Brief, May 19

Average Bottle Price Drops 21% for DTC Channel in April: Nielsen Beverage Alcohol Practice reports that year-over-year growth rate for total off-premise alcohol dollar sales within Nielsen measured channels remained high, at +34.8%...

Sunset Wine Competition 2020: The One You Want to Win

The world has changed, but one thing has not: wine happens. Where there are vines, there will be wines. And where there are wines,...