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Afternoon Brief, April 23rd

Wine Industry Makes Sustainability Push with New Packaging Alliance: A new alliance of wine brands is launching a push for sustainable packaging solutions across the US wine industry...

Leading Global Glass Manufacturer Implements 3-Part Plan for a Sustainable Future...

With 10,000 employees, 34 glass production facilities in 12 countries and manufacturing upwards of 17 billion glass bottles and jars per year, Verallia, the world’s...

Afternoon Brief, March 5th

More Bad News: SipSource Report Pulls No Punches: 2023 numbers tell a story of wine's continuing decline and provide little hope for a quick turnaround...

Afternoon Brief, February 8th

Napa County Puts Hoopes Winery Leader in Witness Stand: Napa County's attorneys put Lindsay Hoopes of Hoopes Family Vineyard in the witness stand to question her about alleged winery rule violations...

Afternoon Brief, February 6th

WineVit State of the Industry Session Looks at National Challenges to Wine Consumption and Local Opportunities for Growth: U.S. wine sales down 9 percent in 2023. Twenty million gallons of oversupply. Gen Z only drinking 9 percent of wine. Fifty-two percent of young consumers believe drinking alcohol is bad for their health...

Five New and Interesting Products from the 2024 Unified Trade Show

With 900 exhibit booths, this year’s Unified Wine & Grape Symposium showcased the highest number of exhibitors ever. Among them were many first time...

Afternoon Brief, December 13th

Study Reveals More Than Half of Wines Sold on the British High Street Contain Toxic Chemicals: Unsuspecting members of the public could be sipping down toxic chemicals as they enjoy their favorite tipple this Christmas. That's because wines sold on the British high street by the likes of Sainsbury's, Marks and Spencer and Asda contain cancer-causing pesticides, a study shows...

Afternoon Brief, November 21st

Angry French Winemakers Plan Mass Protest in Narbonne: Tension has been running high in southern France and winemakers are planning a major protest in Narbonne later this month over a crisis facing the industry...

Glass Reimagined: Towards a Carbon-Free Wine Packaging Era

Every consumer goods manufacturer has a roadmap to environmentally friendly stewardship, with measurable goals for reducing carbon emissions, using sustainable resources and minimizing waste....

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, October 10th

Washington Wine Grape Growers Downsizing: Washington viticulturists face painful adjustments to Ste. Michelle volume decrease...

Afternoon Brief, June 27th

Rodney Strong Wine Estates Announces Acquisition of River West Vineyard: Today, Rodney Strong Wine Estates (RSWE) – family-owned, Sonoma County wine company that includes Rodney Strong Vineyards, Davis Bynum Wines, and ROWEN Wine Company – announced the acquisition of River West Vineyard, a premium quality vineyard totaling 335 acres in the world-renowned Russian River Valley appellation of California...

Afternoon Brief, January 12th

Michael Martini, Third-Generation Napa Winemaker, Dies at Age 73: A "larger-than-life" character, Martini was diagnosed with cancer three weeks before his death...

Afternoon Brief, November 2nd

RNDC Completes Acquisition of Young’s Market Company, LLC : Republic National Distributing Company, the national distributor and broker of premium wine and spirits, announces it has acquired from Young’s Holdings, Inc. the remaining fifty percent of Young’s Market Company, LLC, which includes distribution operations in the states of Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming...

Afternoon Brief, October 12th

Paradise Lost: The Flame Out of Napa Valley’s Iconic Wine Country: Beset by climate change and billionaire carpetbaggers, Napa Valley, California’s legendary wine-making eden, braces for an uncertain future...