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Afternoon Brief, December 14

The Great Haut-Brion Price Hack: It's no surprise that the most expensive wine traded on the Liv-Ex fine wine exchange in 2018 was one that dragged the superlatives from the critics. Such wines are obviously rare and expensive, especially when they come from Bordeaux, but we've found a little hack that could see you getting similar quality for a much-reduced price...

Wine Symposium to Examine Wine Industry’s Hottest Financial Trend: Mergers &...

(Napa, CALIF.) – At the 25th Annual Wine Industry Financial Symposium, next Monday, September 26 and Tuesday, September 27, 2016, one of the hottest...

Afternoon Brief, August 3

40 Years Later Pinot Noir Joins Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay in Besting French Rivals: On the 40th anniversary of the 'Judgement of Paris,' the United States has once again proven the best place to grow classic French varietals is not always in France...

Wine Industry Financial Symposium Opens Registration for 25th Annual Event

Game Changers for the Next Twenty-Five Years (Napa, CALIF.) – The Wine Industry Symposium Group has opened registration for the 25th Annual Wine Industry Financial...

Social Media Risks for Wineries

Mistakes and Legal Missteps, Tied-House Violations to be De-mystified by Legal and ABC Pros at Wine Industry Financial Symposium (Napa, CALIF.) – Some of the most...

Wineries at Risk? Crime and Embezzlement to be Examined at Wine...

(Napa, CALIF.) – Some of the hottest issues wine business executives and winery owners face today, including internal theft and crime at wineries, will...

Wine Industry Symposium Group Announces 24th Wine Industry Financial Symposium

Focusing Upon the New Rules of the Wine Business (Napa, CALIF.) – The Wine Industry Symposium Group has announced a program filled with useful business...

Afternoon Brief, June 3

Massive Wine Fraud Sting Nets Prominent Canadian Industry Figures: Montréal police arrested 12 individuals, many in the wine industry, last month in what authorities are calling "one of the most [significant] tax-evasion schemes referring to alcohol contraband in Quebec."

Afternoon Brief, September 22

California's wine leaders adapting to drought and consumer shifts: California wine will hold its own in the global market despite shifts in consumer demographics, scarce water, and competition from imported wines, craft beers and cocktails, according to wine industry leaders surveyed by UC Davis..
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