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Afternoon Brief, April 30th

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Restaurant Revitalization Fund Registration Opens: In lieu of a convention this year, WSWA has launched their virtual Brand Battle Tournament—an ideal opportunity for craft, startup and small production wine, spirits, and low-alc/no-alc/mixer brands...

Afternoon Brief, April 29th

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Macy’s and Drinks Launch New Online Wine Shop: DRINKS, the online leader in adult beverage, and Macy’s today announced the launch of Macy’s Wine Shop (MacysWineShop.com), a new online wine store available in 40 states plus D.C., enabling consumers in more than 38,000 zip codes and 144 million households to get wine shipped straight to their doorstep, within 1-2 days...

Communications Leader Joins Wine Institute

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Natalie Wymer Steps into VP Role as Nancy Light Retires April 27th - SAN FRANCISCO – Wine Institute has announced the appointment of Natalie Wymer...

Afternoon Brief, April 16th

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Controversy as Gallo Seeks East Coast Foothold: E & J Gallo is offering South Carolina legislators a $400 million investment slated to create at least 300 new jobs and give the wine giant a retail outpost on the East Coast...

New Website Spotlights Certified California Sustainable Wines, Vineyards and Wineries

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April 8th- SAN FRANCISCO — The California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance (CSWA) launched a new website today, the start of Down to Earth month, dedicated...

California Wines Launches “Golden State of Mind” Campaign in International Markets

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The new California Wines global brand campaign features digital advertising like this banner ad above showing rising stars in California winemaking. SAN FRANCISCO – Wine Institute’s...

Afternoon Brief, February 1st

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Direct Shipping from Wineries to US Homes Hit New Highs in 2020, but Restrictive State Law Limits New Jersey to Nation’s Lowest Growth: No doubt spurred by pandemic-induced limits on travel, dining and shopping, shipments of wine direct from U.S. wineries to consumers in 2020 experienced the largest recorded single year growth ever — but New Jersey consumers barely participated, due to a needlessly restrictive state law...

Afternoon Brief, January 15th

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After Disastrous 2020, Sonoma County Grape Growers Face a Hopeful, Uncertain Harvest: After a disastrous 2020, Sonoma County grape growers should find a stronger appetite for their crops this year, though there’s still uncertainty, a top wine industry analyst said Thursday...

Adoption of Statewide Winery Process Water Order Considered at Jan. 20 Hearing

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January 15 - SACRAMENTO -- The California State Water Resources Control Board will consider  adoption of a statewide General Order for winery process water...

Afternoon Brief, January 8th

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Wine Institute Reiterates Support for Elimination of Wine Tariffs: One year ago, Wine Institute joined with Comité Européen des Entreprises Vins (CEEV) to call for the complete removal of all tariffs on wine (“zero for zero”) and to reiterate the universal industry support for the “wine for wine” principle...

Wine Institute Reiterates Support for Elimination of Wine Tariffs

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — One year ago, Wine Institute joined with Comité Européen des Entreprises Vins (CEEV) to call for the complete removal of all tariffs on...

Afternoon Brief, December 22nd

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The HENRYs Offer the Greatest Opportunity for the Wine Sector in 2021: Damien Wilson, Ph.D, The Hamel Family Faulty Chair of Wine Business at Sonoma State, is never boring. That bodes well for his students, of course, but for the rest of us, his colorful analysis of the wine industry and his predictions for the future are always layered with a bit of humor...

House & Senate Vote to Make Craft Beverage Bill Permanent

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Legislation Ensures Critical Tax Relief for Wineries Will Not Expire  WASHINGTON, D.C. — Wine Institute welcomed last night’s congressional vote to make permanent the lower wine excise...

Afternoon Brief, December 21

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Business “Resiliency” Critical to Economic Success for Wine Industry During COVID-Era Challenges and Beyond: We’re all familiar with the saying that “when the going gets tough, the tough get going,” but for an industry that was turned on its head this last year by the ravages of Covid-19, the better adage might be “adapt or die.”...

Wine Institute Hails Inclusion of Craft Beverage Bill in Year End...

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Congressional Leaders Announce Agreement to Make Benefits Permanent  WASHINGTON, D.C. — Wine Institute welcomes tonight’s congressional action to make permanent the reduction in wine excise taxes originally...