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Afternoon Brief, September 6

Why Winemakers Should Be Fighting Against Herbicide Drift: A grape grower whose vineyards have been damaged speaks out on why it's a threat to the industry...

Afternoon Brief, January 5

2016 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Begins Today: The San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition begins today in this northern Sonoma County community, and it continues to break records...

Afternoon Brief, December 30

Eight Ways Wine Will Change in 2016: The impact of climate change and new technologies (like the ability to check wine prices on smartphones) are on my vinous radar for 2016...

Afternoon Brief, September 17

Smaller Producers Enjoy Significant Growth in U.S. Alcoholic Beverage Market: A just-released report analyzing the U.S. market for alcoholic beverages shows a notable lack of growth for the top producers, at least for wine and beer, while smaller companies enjoyed a fairly significant uptick in shipments...

Afternoon Brief, May 30

"Only Natural Wines Can Be Truly Great" Claims New Book: Natural wine is such a charged term that you fear fisticuffs might break out if you dare mention the category that must not be named...

Afternoon Brief, March 17

Trending Story: French Wine Militia Renews Attacks Militant winemakers in the south of France appear to have been involved in the destruction of two telephone exchanges...
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