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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...

A Platform That Makes It Easy to Manage Club and Allocations...

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VineSpring is proud to exhibit at the Unified Wine and Grape Symposium! As winemakers ourselves, we created a platform that makes it easy for...

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...

Turning Holiday Gift Memberships into Loyal Club Members

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How to gather and leverage consumer data during the wine gift-giving season. —Chris Towt, co-founder and chief executive officer of VineSpring Club memberships are an...

Afternoon Brief, December 21st

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Riboli Estates Group Acquires Jada Vineyard & Winery: Riboli Family Wines has announced the acquisition of Jada Vineyard & Winery in Paso Robles, California for an undisclosed amount...

Afternoon Brief, December 14th

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PET Bottles—The Future of Wine Packaging: Between supply chain issues, sustainability initiatives, and an increase in the DtC market space, producers are investing in the light-weight alternative wine bottle...

VineSpring Launches an Integration with Reservation Management Platform Tock, Elevating the...

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VineSpring users can now integrate with Tock to elevate the guest experience and easily manage tasting room reservations, special events, pickups, and deliveries Sonoma, Calif.,...

Afternoon Brief, November 24th

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The WBWE Has Been the First International Wine Fair to Take Place in the West in 2021: The 13th WBWE (World Bulk Wine Exhibition) brought together 265 wineries from 15 different countries and received more than 4000 professional visitors from 57 nationalities...

Afternoon Brief, November 10th

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Verde Valley Declared an American Viticultural Area (AVA): More than four years after the initial petition was submitted, today the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) named the Verde Valley an American Viticultural Area (AVA)...

Afternoon Brief, October 28th

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The Great Supply Chain Kerfuffle of 2021: Delays in deliveries are affecting viticulture and winemaking procedures, product launches, and limiting consumers’ options during the peak of holiday wine-buying...

Afternoon Brief, October 12th

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U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Hear Major Wine Shipping Case: The country’s highest court will not decide Sarasota Wine Market v. Schmitt, upholding Missouri’s law banning consumer direct-shipping alcohol sales from out-of-state retailers...

Afternoon Brief, August 4th

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Gen-X Back in Wine's Good Books: After years of talk about getting Millennials into wine, the industry might have to look again at other demographics...

Afternoon Brief, July 27th

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Wine Industry Network Launches packXplore: Wine Industry Network (WIN) announced today that it is launching packXplore—a new virtual conference focused on wine packaging. Dedicated to helping wineries and wine brands discover and navigate the wide world of wine packaging, the conference is set to feature experts, insiders, and case studies

Afternoon Brief, May 19th

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Napa County Crop Report Shows 'Devastating' Drop in Wake of Wildfires: Napa County’s agricultural production value for 2020 fell to the lowest level in nine years amid a pandemic, wildfires and smoke damage to grapes...

Afternoon Brief, April 22nd

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California's Droughts Sometimes Make Better Wine, but They're Bad for the Industry Overall -- Here's Why: This year is shaping up to be a very dry one in California. Coming off of an already-dry 2020 — the third-driest year on record since 1895 — the state has gotten only a fraction of the precipitation it would need to replenish water supplies...