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Great North West: Washington Wine Thrives as Other Regions Struggle

How is the Evergreen State beating the odds in a challenging marketplace? By Kathleen Willcox   There’s always that one person who manages to look like a...

Dreamers and True Believers: A Wine Industry in Denial

Therapists weigh in on factors that influence the industry’s glass-half-full mindset. By Jeff Siegel   The litany of bad news — falling sales, attacks by health officials,...

Time to Shine: Bringing Championship Wines and Spirits to the City...

Los Angeles Invitational Wine & Spirits Competition Prepares for Its 3rd Year   The 3rd annual Los Angeles Invitational Wine & Spirits Competition will take place...

Wine Magic: A Toast

Let’s celebrate the magic of wine in 2024. By Jim Trezise   Last night while I was sleeping, my heart beat 38,400 times. I didn’t ask it...

In the Mix: Promoting Your Wine as a Cocktail Ingredient

Is positioning your wine as a mixed drink ingredient a smart way to sell more bottles? By Robin Shreeves   A September report from Terrain confirms that...

Gallup Poll: Wine Lags Behind, Spirits Gain Ground

Gallup’s annual Consumption Habits poll, which tracks American attitudes toward drinking and surveys who drinks what, shows wine dropping in popularity. By Jeff Siegel   More Americans...

Expert Editorial: Adapting Incentives for a New Wine Generation

The landscape of wine consumption is undergoing a dramatic transformation. By Nathan Westfall   The world of wine has long been associated with tradition, craftsmanship and a...

Expert Editorial: Welcome to the Age of the “Total Beverage Alcohol...

A blurring of category lines demands that we embrace R&D and innovation to meet consumers’ changing tastes. By Brigid Mannarino   Every year or so, Apple comes...

Op Ed: Let’s Take a Breath Before Pushing the Panic Button...

The shrill talk about the American wine industry having a “problem” defies all logic and common sense. By Randy Caparoso   Like everyone else in the wine...

Expert Editorial: What Will Consumers Be Drinking in 2023?

With prices of Champagne and white Burgundy remaining strong, lesser known wine regions, such as Sicily and the Maremma, will gain more attention in...

The State of DTC: A Year-End Conversation with Sovos ShipCompliant’s Alex...

DTC Expert Alex Koral reviews 2022 developments in the arena and looks to the future of wine shipping.   Wine Industry Advisor is lucky to count...

Consumers Weigh in on Ingredient Labels for Wine

It seems that no matter what label requirements are to come, the wine industry has an educational task in its future. By Jeff Siegel Consumers have...

Expert Editorial: The Changing Face of the Beverage Alcohol Industry

The beverage alcohol market is changing rapidly. Marketers must keep pace. By Maria Pearman The beverage alcohol industry is in a state of vast disruption, and...

Op Ed: We Need to Talk About Wine in an Intelligent...

How can we end the dumbing down of wine conversations? By Randy Caparoso   Before you go jumping to conclusions about the nature of my incendiary question,...

In Defense of Terroir

—Randy Caparoso Does wine-related terroir exist anymore? This is a valid question, even if a silly one. Of course, terroir exists. If it doesn’t, entire belief...