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Afternoon Brief, January 22nd

Bomb Blows Up French Wine War: A dispute between French producers and importers of Spanish wine is getting darker, with violence returning to the south of France...

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Afternoon Brief, November 14th

Argiano Brunello di Montalcino 2018 Named Wine Spectator’s Wine of the Year: Wine Spectator, the world’s leading authority on wine, announced Argiano Brunello di Montalcino 2018 as the 2023 Wine of the Year...

Afternoon Brief, November 13th

Italian Watchdog Launches Wine Bottle Cartel Investigation: The Italian competition authority, the Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato (AGCM), has launched an investigation into a possible cartel among manufacturers of wine bottles...

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Afternoon Brief, October 19th

Vintners union vows to stop cheap imports from entering French market and says the government ‘bears a heavy responsibility’...

Afternoon Brief, October 17th

As Restaurant Staffing Evolves, Wineries Reassess Their On-Premise Priorities: The union between wineries and restaurants might have been a marriage of convenience in the beginning, but for decades it functioned roughly the way that both parties wanted...

Afternoon Brief, October 4th

Winery Worker Dies Attempting to Save Colleague from Wine Vat: Two winery workers have died in a freak incident involving a vat of Rioja, after one fell in and the other tried to save him...

Afternoon Brief, October 3rd

Napa Valley Finds Itself between a Rock and a Hard Place: Napa Valley wineries confront a growing set of challenges, including regulatory shifts, evolving tourist preferences and market volatility...

Afternoon Brief, October 2nd

Chilean Politician Takes Aim at “Illegal” Sweet Wines: A Chilean politician has called on authorities to act against "falsely produced" sweet wines in the country, saying their production does not meet legal standards and regulations or consumer expectations...

Afternoon Brief, June 26th

Napa Valley Wine Grapes Thrive After Record Rainfall, but Cool Weather May Delay Harvest: California's normally bountiful wine grape harvest had been hindered in recent years by a combination of drought and wildfires...

Afternoon Brief, June 20th

E. & J. Gallo Expands Its Premium Wine Portfolio with Acquisition of the Hahn Family Wines Collection of Brands: E. & J. Gallo Winery (Gallo) announced today that it has purchased the Hahn Family Wines portfolio, complementing Gallo’s existing Central Coast offerings. The strategic investment includes the Smith & Hook, Hahn, and Hahn SLH brands...

Afternoon Brief, May 17th

Napa Valley and Sonoma Valley Vintner and Investor Brion Wise Acquires Mark Herold Wines: Wise, proprietor of BRION and B. Wise Vineyards, today announces the acquisition of Mark Herold Wines...

Afternoon Brief, May 3rd

Body Found at Berkeley Marina Identified as Missing Wine Company Representative from Florida: A man whose body was found Monday evening in the Berkeley Marina was identified by the coroner’s office as a Florida resident recently reported missing by his family and last known to be in the area of the Golden Gate Bridge...

Afternoon Brief, April 11th

Wine Promotion Rules a Minefield: Wineries are still struggling to work out what's legal and what isn't when it comes to wine promotions...
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