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Afternoon Brief, January 26th

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Ford Pro, Sonoma County Winegrowers Join Forces to Electrify Business of Farming: One of the most forward-thinking winegrowing counties in the United States is looking to advance its sustainability mission, and the Ford Pro™ suite of electric vehicles, charging and telematics services has been tapped to help make that happen...

Afternoon Brief, January 21st

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A Bottle of Wine Could Cost $5 More This Year as California Winemakers Grapple with a Glass Crisis: California winemakers are grappling with a glass crisis that has sent the price of bottles shooting up, raising fears that they'll have to increase costs for consumers...

Afternoon Brief, January 19th

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Following a Mixed Year for the US Wine Industry, Silicon Valley Bank Predicts Generational Shifts and Climate Change Will Be Turning Points for Wine Industry in Years Ahead: Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), the bank of the world's most innovative companies and their investors, today released its 2022 State of the Wine Industry Report. The 21st edition of the annual report assesses current conditions in the wine industry and provides a unique forecast for the year ahead based on proprietary research and economic and behavioral trends among consumers...

Afternoon Brief, January 18th

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With Napa Cab Increasingly Out of Reach, Could It Be Sonoma’s Turn for the Spotlight?: It’s hard to talk about California wine without immediately turning to Napa Valley. And with good reason. California was in large part put on the global wine map thanks to the 1976 Paris Tasting, when a Napa Valley Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon bested their French counterparts to the whole world’s surprise...

Afternoon Brief, January 13th

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Wine Spectator's Kim Marcus, 1959–2022: Longtime senior editor helped shape the magazine's global coverage of wine for more than three decades...

Afternoon Brief, January 11th

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Rabobank: Alcohol E-Commerce Sales Surpass $6 Billion in 2021, Will Continue to Grow: U.S. online alcohol sales reached $6.1 billion in 2021 with more growth expected in 2022, according to a report based on exclusive industry data released today by Rabobank, a leading global food and agribusiness bank...

Afternoon Brief, January 6th

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Republic National Distributing Company Purchases White Mountain Beverage: Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC), the national distributor and broker of premium wine and spirits, purchased White Mountain Beverage, an independent Anheuser-Busch wholesaler, combining wine and spirits with beer to have one consolidated route to market...

Afternoon Brief, January 4th

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Sonoma County Winemaking Club Hit with COVID Outbreak: By the time Dec. 11 rolled around, the Garage Enologists of Sonoma County were a bit starved for normalcy. The well-established amateur winemaking club had conducted most of its monthly meetings via Zoom since the start of the pandemic...

Afternoon Brief, December 30th

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What Are the Future Digital Technology Trends In Wine? New OIV Study Reveals Answers: Robots in the vineyards, AI wine critics, and block chain 4x4QR codes to track wine and provide transparency to consumers. These are just a few of the topics that were presented by a panel of wine technology experts as part of a recent 2021 OIV study...

Afternoon Brief, December 29th

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A Father of Franciacorta: Franco Ziliani, Pioneering Winemaker of Italian Sparkling Wine, Dies at 90: Ziliani's passing came at a historic milestone, 60 years after making his first groundbreaking vintage of a Champagne-style sparkling wine for Berlucchi, the winery he came to own through his long partnership with Count Guido Berlucchi...

Afternoon Brief, December 27th

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After Four Harrowing Years of Smoke and Fires, Bay Area Wineries Rejoice in a ‘Normal’ Harvest: Bay Area winemakers will remember 2021 as the year without wildfires. In sharp contrast to the last several years, no Wine Country estates were destroyed, no Cabernet grapes tainted by smoke, no fermentations abandoned in the wake of an emergency evacuation order...

Afternoon Brief, December 22nd

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Unheard of - Young Vines Shattered by Frost in Bordeaux: At the end of autumn, master pruner Massimo Giudici of Simonit & Sirch discovered grapevine trunks devastated by spring frosts in Cabernet-Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot vineyards located in Barsac and Pujols in southern Gironde...

Afternoon Brief, December 16th

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Historic Merger in Champagne Creates Giant Group: The largest merger of the 21st century in Champagne was completed yesterday, and sees the creation of a new super cooperative group with the capacity to produce 24 million bottles...

Afternoon Brief, December 9th

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Frosts, Heatwaves and Wildfires: As the climate crisis intensifies, the wine industry is increasingly vulnerable and growers across the world are scrambling to find solutions...

Afternoon Brief, December 7th

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The US Is ‘Top Dog’ in Drinks E-Commerce: As online drinks sales continue to soar, the United States is expected to snatch the crown for e-commerce by 2025, says new data from IWSR...