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Afternoon Brief, July 22nd

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Wine Tourism will Rebound but Look Different, Experts Say: Analysts and trend forecasters have suggested a new Roaring Twenties will begin, marked by excess and extravagance. And while that may be true in some areas of society, it seems that many in the wine world won’t be so concerned with opulence...

Afternoon Brief, July 21st

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California Winery Owner Arrested Over Lobbying: He was friends with Donald Trump, Michael Jackson and Jeffrey Epstein, but now he is talking to the Feds...

Afternoon Brief, July 16th

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Judge Advances Class Action Over ‘Mislabeled’ Wine: A California winemaker cannot dodge a class action claiming it used deceptive labels to give consumers a false impression that its pinot noir was made in a renowned Oregon wine region, a federal judge ruled Wednesday...

Afternoon Brief, July 14th

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Wine Consumption Surged in Select Markets in 2020 – But How Will Consumer Behaviour Change Going Forward?: Leaps in wine consumption do not often happen in mature markets, yet for some countries, such as Germany, Sweden, and the UK, wine consumption surged in 2020, reversing previous trends of long-term decline or static consumption...

Afternoon Brief, June 30th

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Goose Gap Is Washington’s 19th American Viticultural Area: Goose Gap is Washington’s newest American Viticultural Area (AVA). The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) will publish the final rule for Goose Gap AVA tomorrow, July 1, 2021, to officially define it as a designated wine grape-growing region...

Afternoon Brief, June 23rd

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Sonoma State University’s Wine Business Institute Launches New Inclusion Effort: Sonoma State University on Tuesday said it is launching an inclusion program as part of its Wine Business Institute to help further diversify a sector that is largely white...

Afternoon Brief, June 8th

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Vintage Wine Estates and Bespoke Capital Acquisition Corp. Announce Closing of Business Combination: Vintage Wine Estates, one of the fastest growing U.S. wine producers with an industry leading direct-to-consumer platform, today announced that it has completed its previously announced business combination with Bespoke Capital Acquisition Corp., a publicly-traded special purpose acquisition company...

Afternoon Brief, June 4th

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The American Vineyard Foundation Provides $1.2 Million Annual Funding for Wine and Grape Industry Research in 2021: The American Vineyard Foundation (AVF) is pleased to announce funding for eighteen projects addressing critical viticulture and enology research needs...

Afternoon Brief, June 2nd

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How Can Low- And No-Alcohol Wine Engage with ‘Moderating’ Millennial and Gen Z Wine Consumers?: Younger LDA wine consumers in the US are actively moderating their alcohol intake more than older drinkers. How can low- and no-alcohol wine connect with this cohort?...

Afternoon Brief, May 19th

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Napa County Crop Report Shows 'Devastating' Drop in Wake of Wildfires: Napa County’s agricultural production value for 2020 fell to the lowest level in nine years amid a pandemic, wildfires and smoke damage to grapes...

Afternoon Brief, May 12th

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Another Sonoma County California Winery Closes: Two famous old Sonoma wineries have closed within a week - coincidence or a worrying trend?...

Afternoon Brief, April 28th

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Yellow Tail and Casillero Del Diablo Remain the World’s Most Powerful Wine Brands Amid a Picture of Eroding Brand Equity for Wine Brands Worldwide: Building on feedback from over 25,000 wine consumers in 25 markets – representing over 400 million wine drinkers globally – the fourth annual Wine Intelligence Global Wine Brand Power Index reveals an industry-wide erosion of brand equity arising from the disruption to shopping and consumption patterns experienced during the Covid era, which may take some time for brand owners to restore...

Yellow Tail and Casillero Del Diablo Remain the World’s Most Powerful...

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April 28th - Building on feedback from over 25,000 wine consumers in 25 markets – representing over 400 million wine drinkers globally – the...

Afternoon Brief, April 21th

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Napa County Declines Fire Boss Planes for the 2021 Wildfire Season: Growers/Vintners for Responsible Agriculture offered to pay $1.5 million to lease the planes and crew from Dauntless Air. But in the face of Cal Fire opposition, the Napa County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday rejected the offer for now...

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...