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Afternoon Brief, August 12

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Willamette Valley Vineyards Files Lawsuit Over Pinot Noir Killed by Drifting Pesticides: Oregon winery Willamette Valley Vineyards (WVV) has filed a lawsuit seeking damages for the loss of nearly 13 tons of Pinot Noir grapes ruined by an herbicide drift incident in 2013

Afternoon Brief, July 20

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The face of wine is changing: how traditional agencies are rethinking their strategies: Supermarkets’ recent headline-grabbing range culls are just the latest in a long series of changes that have rocked the trade and forced suppliers to take a hard look at the way they do business

Afternoon Brief, June 2

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Drought Is Bearing Fruit for Washington Wineries: American wine, for all the hype and hyperbole in recent years about Idaho rieslings or Pennsylvania pinot noirs, is still overwhelmingly a California thing...

Afternoon Brief, October 28

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How bad is the California drought?: Across California, from the manicured lawns of Beverly Hills to sun-baked farmers' fields, they are praying for rain this winter. But "El Nino," the weather phenomenon which sometimes brings storms, will be "weak" and "offer little help" to the desperately parched state...

Afternoon Brief, October 23

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Petaluma Gap AVA Bid Blowing in the Wind: Sonoma County already has 16 AVAs, but growers in the Petaluma Gap are applying for their own sub-appellation...

Afternoon Brief, October 3

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Harvey Posert Jr., the Man Behind Robert Mondavi’s Message, Dies at 84: Harvey Posert Jr., a career professional in public relations who was one of the leading figures behind the scenes in California wine's success over the past 40 years, died early on Oct. 3 at St. Helena Hospital...

Afternoon Brief, September 19

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Sta. Rita Hills Winegrowers Fight Proposed AVA Expansion: Unknown a decade ago, Sta. Rita Hills is now one of the most-respected regions in California for Pinot Noir. No wonder one vineyard owner outside its borders and one actually on the border want the AVA expanded to include them..

Afternoon Brief, July 2

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Wine Spectator publisher donates $3M to California college: Marvin Shanken, who has been publishing the Wine Spectator magazine since 1973, is giving back to the industry that has helped make him a multimillionaire, by donating $3 million to Sonoma State University to support the Wine Learning Center...

Afternoon Brief, May 9

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Craft Beverage Expo Draws 1,300 Attendees to Launch Event in San Jose, California: More than 1,300 attendees, who are members of the artisan wine, craft beer, craft spiritsand craft cider industries, gathered May 6-8 in San Jose, Calif., for the inaugural Craft Beverage Expo...

Afternoon Brief, May 7

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Washington DC Beverage Industry Trade Show & Conference Announced: The Wine Industry Network (WIN) today announced the launch of the U.S. Beverage Industry Expo, a new trade show and conference focused exclusively on the Wine, Craft Beer, Cider and Spirits industries...

Afternoon Brief, April 10

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Trending Story: Truett-Hurst picks California paper wine bottle supplier Truett-Hurst, Inc. (Nasdaq: THST) on Thursday said it signed a deal with an...

Atlas Buys 683 Acres in Willamette Valley

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Vineyard management firm to grow high-quality Pinot Noir and Chardonnay for Oregon clientele McMinnville, Ore.—Atlas Vineyard Management is announcing the purchase of two properties totaling...