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Afternoon Brief, March 31st

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Fire Destroys Outbuilding at Napa County Winery, Other Structures Spared: A fire destroyed an outbuilding at a winery east of Yountville on Thursday night, but was contained without damage to other structures, authorities said...
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Afternoon Brief, March 24th

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Napa Organizations Join Forces to Protect the Community from Wildfire: This annual fair brings together members of the wine industry, Napa residents, community organizations and local businesses to learn how they can help prevent or mitigate wildfires...

Wine Brands Can Benefit from Marketing Their Sustainability Online

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Brands should put sustainability front and center in their online marketing to capture the attention of drinkers who shop their values. By Robin Shreeves   Millennials and...
00:07:29

Afternoon Brief, March 23rd

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Berkeley Man Who Destroyed $250 Million of Wine in Fire Dies: Mark Anderson who embezzled thousands of bottles of wine from his clients and set fire to a warehouse in 2005, destroying 4.5 million bottles of wine worth $250 million, has died...
00:03:47

Afternoon Brief, March 10th

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Hard-to-Find Napa Valley Wines Available Now Through Collective Napa Valley: Starting today, rare Napa Valley wines are available through the Napa Valley Reserve Wine offering for Collective Napa Valley...
00:02:27

Afternoon Brief, February 8th

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Heitz Cellar Sued Over Wages: A former employee has filed a class-action lawsuit against Heitz Cellar for allegedly violating California’s wage laws, according to court records...
00:19:57

Afternoon Brief, February 22nd

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Global Reach of Premiere Napa Valley Wine Auction Grows in 2022: Napa Valley’s best week in the wine business kicks off today with participation from around the globe. Nearly 300 trade accounts from 34 states and 14 countries will take part in the Premiere Napa Valley wine auction...
00:02:52

Afternoon Brief, November 4th

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British Columbia 2021 Vintage Report: Okanagan Winemakers Optimistic After Difficult Growing Season: Wineries and vineyards in British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley are optimistic that this might be one of the most flavorful vintages they’ve ever had—but with a reduced yield...
00:50:27

Afternoon Brief, March 9th

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Growing Forward: A Look to the Future for Winegrowers: The disastrous wildfires, smoke damage and the worldwide pandemic may have been the painful medicine to bring balance back to the grape and wine market and position the industry for a healthier future with valuable lessons learned...
01:04:07

Afternoon Brief, December 10th

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California Liquor Board Bypasses Due Process: A move by California's Alcoholic Beverage Control department ignores a basic legal principle, critics say...
00:50:43

Pandemic Forces Change in Wineries’ Wholesale Strategy 

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Dale Stratton is the owner of Five Points Consulting, LLC, a 35-plus year veteran on the wholesale side of the wine industry who previously worked for Constellation Brands, among others, offering insights into consumer and brand research and data...
00:32:00

Afternoon Brief, July 28

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Foley Johnson Winery in Napa Valley Closes After Worker Tests Positive for Coronavirus: Foley Johnson winery in Napa Valley, part of the portfolio of Foley Family Wines of Santa Rosa, has temporarily closed after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus, the company said Monday...
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Virtual Tastings Will Continue for Trade but Not Consumers Post Pandemic

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Haas is a firm believer that, even when the pandemic has subsided and the industry can get back to "normal," virtual tastings for trade—NOT consumers—will be one of the few COVID-19 evolutions that will continue to reap benefits for wine businesses across the board.
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Afternoon Brief, July 10

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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...
00:24:42

Afternoon Brief, July 7

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Napa County Again to Close Wine Tasting, Restaurant Indoor Dining as Coronavirus Cases Spike: Starting Thursday, Napa County is on track to again shut down dine-in restaurants, bars, wine tasting rooms and other businesses amid a sharp increase in coronavirus cases...
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