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00:27:46

Afternoon Brief, June 30th

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Wine Treading Water in US Market: Spirits are winning when it comes to the huge US market, but there are some hopeful signs for wine...
00:01:40

Afternoon Brief, June 29th

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Möet Hennessy Buys Napa's Joseph Phelps Vineyards: The multinational luxury corporation has purchased a Napa icon, home of Insignia...
00:05:05

Afternoon Brief, June 28th

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Napa Winery Turns Wine to Water: A bottling line mishap left some red faces at a winery that sent samples to a competition...
00:11:12

Afternoon Brief, June 23rd

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Oregon State Researchers Discover Compounds Contributing to Smoke Taint in Wine and Grapes: An Oregon State University-led research team has discovered a class of compounds that contribute to smoke taint in wine and grapes...
01:22:15

Afternoon Brief, June 22nd

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How to Make an Ally of Cognitive Dissonance in Recessionary Times: Consumers around the world can easily find reasons not to be cheerful at the moment. The news is packed with doom-laden items – ongoing war in Ukraine, climate change, accelerating cost of living and inflation, among other things...
00:02:09

Afternoon Brief, June 21st

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Foley Family Wines Buys Napa’s Silverado Vineyards: Vintner, finance executive and hockey team owner Bill Foley secures 300 acres of Napa vines with latest deal expanding his winery holdings...
00:01:01

Afternoon Brief, June 20th

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Cal/OSHA Safety Board Denies Monarch Tractor Petition to Modify Regulations Regarding Autonomous Tractor Use: Current California safety regulations under the California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) written in the 1970s require a human operator to be stationed at the vehicular controls for all self-propelled tractors used in agricultural operations, thus presenting a regulatory roadblock to the use of autonomous, driver optional tractors that are being developed, marketed and trialed for use in California's vineyards and farmlands...
00:37:35

Afternoon Brief, June 16th

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How Russia’s War on Ukraine Threatens Decades of Winemaking Progress: Since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, the war has caused incomprehensible losses: millions of displaced citizens, thousands of dead and wounded, as well as the destruction of untold buildings and houses, to say nothing of entire cities and towns...
00:00:35

Afternoon Brief, June 14th

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Self-Driving Tractors Could Be Widespread on California Farms by Next Year: At Georges III Vineyard, a famous plot in the Napa Valley town of Rutherford that produces $150 bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon, a tractor is moving through vine rows. It’s a small, white vehicle, somewhat resembling a souped-up golf cart...
00:22:13

Afternoon Brief, June 10th

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Sonoma County Farmworkers Say They Are Shut Out of Evacuation Zone Policy Revamp: Sonoma County farmworkers say their voices are missing in the redevelopment of a local policy that would determine when vineyard owners and other employers can bring workers into evacuated areas threatened by wildfire or other natural disasters...
00:01:41

Afternoon Brief, June 9th

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Napa County Wine Grape Production Up 60% in 2021: Agricultural Commissioner Tracy Cleveland has released the 2021 Napa County Agricultural Crop Report...
00:03:43

Afternoon Brief, June 3rd

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Wine Country Fires Vindicate Climate Fears: As fires again threaten California's wine country, Eric Schwartzman says it's time to act, rather than just debate climate change...
00:03:42

Afternoon Brief, June 1st

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 01 TRENDING STORY   Sebastopol Vintner Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison in DUI Crash That Killed 1, Maimed Another Eric McDonell balanced on his right...
00:00:51

Afternoon Brief, May 31st

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Wine's Supply Crisis: Opportunity in Disguise: As supply-chain issues bite, wineries are looking at innovative ways to cut costs – and help the environment...
00:09:06

Afternoon Brief, May 27th

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Armed Group Occupies Oldest Mexican Winery Over Water Shortage: People wielding machetes invaded the vineyard in the northern state of Coahuila this week, the company’s manager told Mexican media...
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