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Afternoon Brief, February 18th

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US Courts Deliver Body Blows to Wine: Courts in the US have delivered decisions that will frustrate those who want free trade in wine...

Afternoon Brief, February 17th

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Tennessee Legislators Aim to Limit Winery Direct Shipping Sales: Lawmakers propose banning winery direct shipping through fulfillment houses, which handle logistics for small wineries; federal court upholds Missouri ban on out-of-state wine merchants...

Afternoon Brief, February 10th

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Preliminary 2020 Winegrape Crush Report is 3.404 Million Tons: The California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Preliminary Grape Crush Report for 2020 has been released...

Afternoon Brief, January 26th

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As California Returns to Reopening, Some in Wine Country Wonder if It’s Too Soon In Pandemic: Gov. Gavin Newsom’s announcement Monday that he’s ended the regional stay-at-home order and returned the majority of the state, including the six North Bay counties, back to the purple tier is welcome news to affected businesses. But business leaders are concerned the shutdowns aren’t over...

Afternoon Brief, January 20th

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Coalition of Bay Area Restaurants and Wineries Files Lawsuit Against Governor Newsom for Harmful "Arbitrary and Irrational" Outdoor Dining Ban: The Wine Country Coalition for Safe Reopening (the "Coalition") announced today its filing of a lawsuit against Governor Gavin Newsom and California State Public Health Officer Tomás J. Aragón alleging that the state's ban on outdoor dining and wine tasting is arbitrary, irrational, and unfair...

IWSR Announces Acquisition of Wine Intelligence

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London, UK - IWSR Drinks Market Analysis, the leading authority on the worldwide beverage alcohol industry, today announced the acquisition of London-based Wine Intelligence, the...

Afternoon Brief, January 14th

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Sonoma County Winegrowers to Launch U.S. Wine Industry’s First Innovation Accelerator: Due to the ongoing pandemic, Sonoma County winegrowers gathered around their laptops and computer screens to review the organization’s efforts last year and learn about the future direction from the Sonoma County Winegrowers’ president, Karissa Kruse, as the 30st annual Dollars and $ense Seminar and Trade Show went virtual for the first time Thursday morning...

Afternoon Brief, January 13th

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Silicon Valley Bank Predicts the Wine Industry Will See a Spike in Demand When Consumers Celebrate Postponed Life Events in 2021: Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), the bank of the world’s most innovative companies and their investors, today released its 2021 State of the Wine Industry Report...

Afternoon Brief, December 18

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Smoke Taint Reduces California Wine Crop: A reduced harvest is good news for wineries, but not necessarily for consumers...

Afternoon Brief, December 16th

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Enoforum, Europe’s Largest Scientific Technical Wine Congress, Coming to America: Ponte dell’Olio, Italy – ENOFORUM, the largest scientific technical congress in Europe for the wine sector, is coming to the United States on May 5-6, 2021 in Sonoma County, CA...

Afternoon Brief, December 11

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After 2020 What's Next for Wine? : It's been a year from hell, but next year might not bring much relief for wineries...

Afternoon Brief, December 10th

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California Liquor Board Bypasses Due Process: A move by California's Alcoholic Beverage Control department ignores a basic legal principle, critics say...

Afternoon Brief, December 9th

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Wine Intelligence's Global Wine Trend Predictions for 2020 - How Did They Do?: Yes, we missed one obvious one – but then so did everyone else. How did our predicted wine consumer trends for 2020 stand up in the face of an extraordinary 12 months?...

Afternoon Brief, December 4th

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California Wineries Brace for Big Losses During Holiday Season After Looming Lockdown: Following news of a looming shutdown, winery owners and executives throughout the Bay Area said that while they understood the public health concerns, they were disappointed that they would likely have to close their tasting rooms at some point in December for at least three weeks...

Afternoon Brief, December 2nd

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Napa Valley Grapegrowers 2020 Growing Season Perspective: Napa Valley sets the gold standard for farming. As an established agricultural preserve for over 50 years, the cherished, 30-mile stretch of land is cared for by dedicated grape growers who tend to their vines with careful consideration and innovation...