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Product Pricing Strategies for 2022 – Part 2: Off-Premise

The ever-changing landscape of the wine and spirits market calls for up to the minute knowledge of what is selling both from a style...

Afternoon Brief, October 21st

French Wine Attracts Younger US Men: A recent wine survey revealed some interesting findings about US wine consumers...

Afternoon Brief, October 18th

Remembering Barbara Winiarski: Barbara Dvorak Winiarski, co-founder of Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, artist, preservationist, and philanthropist, died at 88 years old, peacefully, at her home in Napa Valley, California, on October 8, 2021...

Afternoon Brief, June 4th

The American Vineyard Foundation Provides $1.2 Million Annual Funding for Wine and Grape Industry Research in 2021: The American Vineyard Foundation (AVF) is pleased to announce funding for eighteen projects addressing critical viticulture and enology research needs...

Afternoon Brief, June 1st

Sonoma Wineries Face Growing Permitting Burdens for Business Operations: The ongoing struggle between wineries and Sonoma County to determine the future of permitting for winery activities and events is coming closer to conclusive guidelines...

Afternoon Brief, May 25th

Michigan Wine Shipping Lawsuit Targets Napa Vintner, 3 Others: Michigan is suing three wineries, including one in the Napa Valley, plus a wine retailer alleging they shipped wine into Michigan without obtaining the proper licenses...

Afternoon Brief, April 8th

Four Women Say Windsor Mayor Dominic Foppoli, ‘Prince’ of Wine Country, Sexually Assaulted Them: In the summer of 2019, Rose Fumoso left her home in southern France to intern at a Sonoma County winery, where the 21-year-old greeted customers in the tasting room and assessed the ripeness of grapes from the vineyard. As the season wound down in September, a friend invited Fumoso to a party celebrating the end of harvest...

Afternoon Brief, March 12th

Pandemic Rules Loosened for California Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries: Breweries, wineries and distilleries will soon be allowed to operate outdoors statewide — even if they don't serve food — in the latest loosening of California's coronavirus business restrictions...

Afternoon Brief, January 22nd

The 2020 Wildfires Could Cost California’s Wine Industry $3.7 Billion — but It Doesn’t Have to Be That Way: An early estimate of what last year’s disasters may have cost, in this week’s Drinking with Esther newsletter...

Afternoon Brief, January 19th

Predicting Higher Demand for Wine in 2021: At the end of Prohibition in the U.S. the consumption of wine as measured, slowly grew until war was declared in 1941 and rationing took over everyday lives...

D.O.P. Cariñena Launches Alegría Cariñena with Leading U.S. Wine and Lifestyle Partners

First programs include a VinExpo virtual Masterclass with Spain’s Pedro Ballesteros, Master of Wine, and a Wine Spectator editorial video of the historic Cariñena...

Afternoon Brief, December 31st

Wine Sales Grow Despite Tough Times: Rosé and sparkling wine sales are continuing to climb, even through the global pandemic...

Afternoon Brief, September 29

Meadowood Resort, Newton, Burgess and Behrens Among Napa Wildfire’s Many Victims: The Glass Incident fires have consumed more than 42,500 acres, with historic wineries and vineyards in their paths...

Vinexpo Shanghai 2020 Goes 100% Digital with Vinexposium.Connect

29 September 2020 – The second Vinexpo Shanghai, taking place from 21 to 23 October, is being transformed into a 100% digital event. The current situation...

Afternoon Brief, September 16

California Farmworkers Say They Didn’t Get Masks During Wildfires: Availability of N95 masks for farmworkers looked as hazy as the orange sky in California this week...
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