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Afternoon Brief, July 26th

Cornell Partners with NYS to Fight the Spotted Lanternfly: The devastating spotted lanternfly's spread to upstate and western New York is not a matter of if, but when, experts say - and Cornell is a key player in helping slow the infestation...

Afternoon Brief, July 12th

July Brings a Mixed Bag of New State Alcohol Laws: California bartenders will need to be certified, while Virginians can now bring up to three gallons of booze across state lines...

Afternoon Brief, July 5

Phelps Sale Shows Fine Wine Still Hot: If you want a statement about the strength of the luxury wine market, look no further than last week's purchase of Napa Valley's Joseph Phelps Vineyards by the French luxury company LVMH...

Expert Editorial: Protecting Your Artificial Intelligence Innovations

Many in the wine business are wondering how to properly protect their AI innovations. A few tried-and-true routes to safety include patents, copyrights and...

Afternoon Brief, June 20th

Cal/OSHA Safety Board Denies Monarch Tractor Petition to Modify Regulations Regarding Autonomous Tractor Use: Current California safety regulations under the California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) written in the 1970s require a human operator to be stationed at the vehicular controls for all self-propelled tractors used in agricultural operations, thus presenting a regulatory roadblock to the use of autonomous, driver optional tractors that are being developed, marketed and trialed for use in California's vineyards and farmlands...

Afternoon Brief, May 20th

Hundreds of Sonoma Farmworkers May Have Been Exposed to Toxic Smoke During 2020 Wildfires: Amid a contentious debate over farmworker safety protocols in fire-prone Sonoma County, a new report says that hundreds of wine industry laborers were sent to work in close proximity to a pair of huge 2020 wildfires, leaving them potentially exposed to both flames and toxic smoke...

Afternoon Brief, May 17th

Southern Glazer’s Hit with Wine Sales Consultant Class Action Employment Lawsuit: A federal employment lawsuit that seeks class action status was filed May 5, 2022 against Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits. The lawsuit against the distributor’s primary LLC and its Texas operation was filed in Federal District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division...

Predicting Palates: Can Artificial Intelligence Improve Wine Buying?

New technology is helping consumers make smarter wine choices. By Gordon Feller If you’ve ever felt intimidated when choosing a bottle of wine, you’re not alone....

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...

Purfresh Wine and Tastry Collaborate to Improve Wine and Mitigate Smoke...

Hayward, CA – (March 29, 2022) – Purfresh Wine, an Ag-Tech company, applying ozone (O3) technology to enhance wine quality and save grapes exposed to...

Afternoon Brief, February 15th

Monster Beverage and Constellation Mergers Talks Are Progressing: Talks between Monster Beverage Corp., the maker of energy drinks, and Corona brewer Constellation Brands Inc. about a combination are progressing, according to people familiar with the matter...

Afternoon Brief, December 14th

PET Bottles—The Future of Wine Packaging: Between supply chain issues, sustainability initiatives, and an increase in the DtC market space, producers are investing in the light-weight alternative wine bottle...

World of Pinot Noir Partners with Baker Wine & Grape Analysis

Paso Robles-based lab is partner for annual Technical Symposium in a new hybrid format. June 14, 2021 (Paso Robles, CA) - The World of Pinot Noir Technical Symposium returns...

Afternoon Brief, December 22nd

The HENRYs Offer the Greatest Opportunity for the Wine Sector in 2021: Damien Wilson, Ph.D, The Hamel Family Faulty Chair of Wine Business at Sonoma State, is never boring. That bodes well for his students, of course, but for the rest of us, his colorful analysis of the wine industry and his predictions for the future are always layered with a bit of humor...

Afternoon Brief, September 2

Walla Walla Winery Fights Back About Poor Rating from BBB: A Walla Walla winery recently received a “F” rating from the Better Business Bureau after multiple complaints alleging orders were not delivered...
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