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Afternoon Brief, May 28th

US Wine Industry Fights Back with New Marketing Campaigns: It might feel like it's all gloom and doom in the wine industry right now, but two separate groups are creating positive energy around wine. Felicity Carter reports...

Afternoon Brief, March 25th

The 3rd Annual V Foundation for Cancer Research Sonoma Epicurean Weekend Raises over $3.4 Million: The 3rd annual V Foundation for Cancer Research Sonoma Epicurean weekend, held March 21-24 in Sonoma County’s renowned wine country, raised over $3.4 million...

Afternoon Brief, February 21st

WSWA's Sipsource Report Tracks 2023 Year-End Losses for Both Wine and Spirits: While there seems to be clear consensus on how difficult 2023 was for the beverage alcohol industry, there is no single agreed-upon view of what this means for the future...

Afternoon Brief, February 16th

Hoopes Winery Civil Trial in Napa County Wraps After 11 Days, Ruling Could Take Months: Whether Napa Valley vintner Lindsay Hoopes has been using company structures as a shield against liability was the focus Wednesday of the 11th and final day of trial in a county lawsuit over alleged winery permit violations...

Preliminary 2023 Winegrape Crush Report at 3.67 Million Tons

by Turrentine Brokerage February 9, 2024 - Novato, CA – The California Department of Food and Agriculture Preliminary Grape Crush Report, containing tons crushed and...

Afternoon Brief, December 20th

Shocking Working Conditions in Champagne: An Arte report sheds light on the working conditions of harvest workers in Champagne...

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...

Afternoon Brief, November 7th

Changing Consumer Palettes May Cause Growers to Shrink Winegrape Acreage: Wine industry experts are now saying the state is growing too many wine grapes to keep supply and demand balanced...

Turrentine Brokerage: 50 Years of Excellence and Reliability in the Wine...

Turrentine Brokerage is excited to celebrate its 50th anniversary, marking a major milestone for the company which was founded by Dan Turrentine in 1973....

Afternoon Brief, October 13th

Celebrating its 30th anniversary, the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium will open its registration and housing on Tuesday, October 17, at 9 a.m. PDT...

Afternoon Brief, October 11th

New Study Finds That Warm Summers and Wet Winters Yield Better Wine Vintages: A research study led by the University of Oxford has found that weather plays an important role in determining wine quality...

Afternoon Brief, September 27th

Washington Considers Allowing Fingerprint Scan, Facial Analysis to Buy Alcohol, Cannabis: The Washington State Legislature may consider legislation giving the State Liquor and Cannabis Board further rulemaking authority regarding the use of biometric age verification by private entities selling alcohol or cannabis products...

Afternoon Brief, July 25th

Alexandre de Lur Saluces, Longtime Proprietor at Bordeaux’s Château d’Yquem, Dies at 89: The aristocrat was a global ambassador for the Sauternes icon, then waged a bitter battle to prevent LVMH’s takeover...

Afternoon Brief, June 7th

Pix Poised to Re-Emerge Despite Legal and Financial Challenges: Paul Mabray started Pix in late 2020 and launched it the following year. The company cut most all its writers and editors in August 2022 after a round of funding didn’t materialize, but next week a customer-focused website portal for vintners and retailers called Pix Business is set for rollout...

Afternoon Brief, March 28th

New Cornell Variety Raises Grape Expectations for NYS Wine: Introducing Aravelle - a new white wine grape that was 42 years in the making. Renowned Cornell grape breeder Bruce Reisch made the hybrid by crossing Cayuga white and riesling grapes in 1981, at the start of his career...