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Afternoon Brief, January 25th

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One of the World's Largest Wine Industry Events Begins in Sacramento—With No Wine Tastings: One of the largest wine industry trade shows in the world began Tuesday in Sacramento. But a key feature of the festivities will be largely missing: wine tasting...

California’s Leading Grape & Bulk Wine Broker

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Turrentine Brokerage is California’s leading grape & bulk wine broker. Our experienced brokers understand the needs, the brands, the sources, the people and the...

Afternoon Brief, November 29th

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Acker Merrall ‘Record-Breaking’ Sale Faces Counterfeit Claims: A “record-breaking” Acker Merrall auction included a six-litre bottle of 2002 DRC Romanée-Conti fetching US$398,400, which was later alleged to be a counterfeit. The sale has now been rescinded...

Discuss The Current Grape and Bulk Wine Market and Your Unique...

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Our Grape and Bulk Wine brokers will be available to discuss current grape and bulk wine market activity, current market challenges and opportunities. With harvest...

Afternoon Brief, October 28th

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The Great Supply Chain Kerfuffle of 2021: Delays in deliveries are affecting viticulture and winemaking procedures, product launches, and limiting consumers’ options during the peak of holiday wine-buying...

Afternoon Brief, October 27th

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On-Premise Recovery “Back On” in September After a Brief Stall in August: Incomparable Data Sheds light on Off- and On-Premise Channel Changes at the Product Segment Level – Nationally and in U.S. Regions...

Afternoon Brief, July 2nd

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Pacific Northwest Wineries Are Shaking Off the Extreme Heat Wave, but Are Worried What It Means for the Industry’s Future: The unprecedented heat wave that descended on the Pacific Northwest this week has alarmed many in the region’s burgeoning wine industry, leaving them worried over the deepening challenges climate change could bring to their businesses...

Afternoon Brief, April 15th

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France’s Wine Regions Start Counting the Cost of April’s Bitter Frost Damage: There’s nothing new about an April frost in France, but precocious ripening of vine buds earlier on in the growing cycle is becoming increasingly common due to global warming. Combined, the two have had a devastating effect on wine producers throughout France...

Afternoon Brief, February 24th

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Napa's Duckhorn Files Papers to Go Public with Stock Offering: The growing premium wine company, which owns brands from Decoy to Kosta Browne, made a preliminary filing with the SEC to raise capital through an IPO...

Afternoon Brief, February 12th

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USTR Announces No Revisions in Airbus Tariffs: Is the Tumbler, Goblet, and Pint Half-empty or Half-Full?: The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) announced in a Notice for publication in the Federal Register on February 12, 2021, that it would propose no revisions to the existing retaliatory tariffs on goods from the EU in the Airbus trade dispute...

Preliminary 2020 Winegrape Crush Report Is 3.404 Million Tons

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February 10th - Novato, CA – The California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Preliminary Grape Crush Report for  2020 has been released. It is...

Afternoon Brief, November 13

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North Bay Business Leaders Tackle What Comes Next After Coronavirus, Wildfires: Emerging from a coronavirus crisis into a new world for the North Bay hinges on “shifting, evolving and healing” our way of doing business, but it also requires financial support, a bank wealth manager said at a meeting of local top executives Thursday...

Grape and Bulk Market Activity Increases as Wineries Seek Ways to...

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The Lightning Complex, or LMU fire, came earlier this year than Sonoma and Napa had experienced in recent years, so many of the vineyards had hanging fruit. A few whites had been harvested and early ripening Pinot Noir but those harvests were in the minority...

Afternoon Brief, August 14

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Road Ahead for Wine Business: Here's a highlight from a panel discussion with North Coast business, law and financial experts during the Business Journals 20th annual Wine Industry Conference...

Afternoon Brief, August 12

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Wineries Worry About Impact of Water Rules: A new statewide order affecting how wineries dispose of water could undermine existing regional solutions, winery owners and their advocates say, and would impose new costs as the wine business struggles with tasting room closures and other measures intended to assure employee safety...