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Afternoon Brief, May 18th

Vine Removal Technique Foils Devastating Grape Disease: Removing not only a diseased grapevine but the two vines on either side of it can reduce the incidence of leafroll disease, a long-standing bane of vineyards around the world, Cornell researchers have found...

Wine Brand Equity Stabilising After Covid, But Yet to Fully Rebound

2022 Wine Intelligence Global Wine Brand Power Index also Reveals that Yellow Tail and Casillero del Diablo Remain the Most Powerful Wine Brands Globally London...

Afternoon Brief, May 4th

Crews Battle Fire at a Wine-Making Facility in Florence County: A fire at a wine-making facility in the Cartersville community on Lamar Highway in Florence County is now contained and under control, according to officials with the Sardis-Timmonsville Fire Department...

Afternoon Brief, April 27th

Wine Trade Faces Supply Chain, War Fallout After Record Year - OIV: Supply chain disruptions and the war in Ukraine could curb global wine trade after it rebounded last year to a record level as countries eased coronavirus-related restrictions, international wine body OIV said on Wednesday...

Afternoon Brief, April 20th

The World’s Leading Bulk Wine Fair Launches Its First-Ever US Show: The inaugural WBWE USA show will be held on June 8th and 9th at Sonoma County Event Center at the Fairgrounds...

Afternoon Brief, April 13th

Sustainability Lies in Wine Technology: Ironically, it turns out that sustainable wine production may need more human intervention, not less...

Afternoon Brief, April 6th

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 06 TRENDING STORY   7 Women Sue Over Alleged Sexual Assault by Former Windsor Mayor Dominic Foppoli; Winery and Service Club Named in Case Seven women...

Afternoon Brief, March 22nd

Adaptability, Resilience Help California Wineries Survive: Wine is among the North Bay’s largest industries, and it took significant one-two punches from pandemic restrictions on its major sales channels then sizable losses of grapes to wildfires...

Afternoon Brief, March 16th

Over 8,000 Fake Penfolds Busted in ‘Mega’ Fake Wine Operation: China’s eastern Jiangsu province has dismantled what the policed described as a “mega cross regional” fake wine production ring, seizing over 8,000 bottles of counterfeit Penfolds worth over RMB 10 million (US$1.6 million)...

Afternoon Brief, March 8th

SipSource Data Sheds Light On Off- and On-Premise Channel Changes: Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America’s (WSWA’s) SipSource released today the latest set of Channel Shifting Index (CSI) data that provides wine and spirits professionals insight to channel-performance data for wine and spirits categories/segments, price tiers, and U.S. regions—important data needed to successfully navigate the current environment...

Afternoon Brief, March 2nd

Two Brits Charged in New York Over Massive Wine Fraud: Two British men have been charged by federal prosecutors in New York over claims of a massive wine fraud. It is alleged that the two men defrauded people into investing nearly US$100 million in loans supposedly backed by an inventory of fine wine that did not, in fact, exist...

Afternoon Brief, February 22nd

Global Reach of Premiere Napa Valley Wine Auction Grows in 2022: Napa Valley’s best week in the wine business kicks off today with participation from around the globe. Nearly 300 trade accounts from 34 states and 14 countries will take part in the Premiere Napa Valley wine auction...

Afternoon Brief, February 16th

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16 TRENDING STORY   Napa's Shafer Vineyards Sold to Korean Luxury Firm Shinsegae Property has purchased the pioneering Stags Leap District winery for a reported $250...

Afternoon Brief, February 9th

Napa County Delays Walt Ranch Hearing amid Conflict-Of-Interest Allegations: Sonoma County Vintners in collaboration with presenting sponsor American AgCredit will honor four Sonoma County Icons and Innovators during the Sonoma County Barrel Auction (SoCoBA) to be held at MacMurray Estate Vineyards on Friday, May 6, 2022...

Afternoon Brief, February 2nd

Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation, Napa Valley Grapegrowers, Partner with UCCE to Support Equitable Working Conditions for Farmworkers: The Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation (FWF) and Napa Valley Grapegrowers (NVG) are partnering with the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) on a farmworker-focused, Job Satisfaction Survey. The outcome of the survey will be used to improve the well-being of farmworkers by promoting equitable working conditions...