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Afternoon Brief, August 31

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Is Sonoma Reaching 'Peak Wine'? : Wine industry growth has been a rocket for 20 years, its trend line drawn like a mountain incline on U.S. industry graphs. Since 1993, when 370 million gallons of wine were consumed in America, consumption has...

Afternoon Brief, August 15

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Searching for the Truth About Smoke Taint: With wildfires still blazing, Tom Jarvis tells you all you need to know about the effect on grapes...

Afternoon Brief, January 31

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Expect a Rise in Wine Sales and Prices in 2018 According to the Wine Market Council, Nielsen and...

Afternoon Brief, May 15

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Bordeaux 2016: Prices Creeping Ever Upwards Château Pape Clément has released its red and white wines this morning,...

Afternoon Brief, October 17

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Constellation Buys Five of Charles Smith's Washington Wine Brands for $120 Million: Constellation Brands added to its burgeoning collection of premium wine brands, announcing this morning an agreement to purchase five Washington brands from Charles Smith Wines for $120 million...

Afternoon Brief, April 5

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French Winemakers Hijack Spanish Wine Tankers on Motorway: French winemakers have sent tens of thousands of litres of Spanish wine gushing onto the motorway in southern France, in protest at mass produced foreign wine entering the country...

Afternoon Brief, February 26

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Farm Labor Contractor, Vineyard Pay $42K in Penalties for Providing Deplorable Housing Conditions to Farm Workers in Sonoma County: Investigators from the U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division found farm labor contractor Four Seasons Vineyard Management and winemaker Ridge Vineyards in violation of the Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act for providing deplorable housing conditions to farm workers in northern Sonoma County...

Afternoon Brief, February 23

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Financial Crisis Led to 'Winemaker Freedom": The global financial crisis in 2008 was in some ways positive for winemakers as it gave them a sense of freedom according to Ted Lemon of California's Littorai...

Afternoon Brief, January 15

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Kendall-Jackson Wine Maker Buys Former Evergreen International Headquarters: The company behind Kendall-Jackson wines is buying more property in Oregon wine country after winning an auction for the former corporate home of a defunct airline...

Afternoon Brief, October 15

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Chemical Giant Stumps Up for Poisoned Vines: German chemical behemoth Bayer is offering to compensate grapegrowers whose crops have been damaged after spraying with one of the company's fungicides...

Afternoon Brief, September 10

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How Wine-Educated Is the U.S. Market?: The U.S. is the largest wine market in the world, and according to the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET), professional-level knowledge of wine has also reached an all-time high...