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Afternoon Brief, September 10th

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Fire Watch: CalFire Continues Caldor Containment, Sierra Wine Country Begins Recovery: Amador and El Dorado vintners deal with physical injuries, smoke-tainted grapes, and contract cancellations...

Afternoon Brief, September 7th

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South Korea Closes in on US as Most Attractive Global Wine Market: The United States has once again topped the list of the most attractive wine markets in the world, though its lead over #2 South Korea was cut, according to a new report from Wine Intelligence, the global leader in wine consumer research and insights...

South Korea Closes in on US as Most Attractive Global Wine...

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New Global Compass 2021 Report from Wine Intelligence Measures and Ranks Market Attractiveness for Wine in 50 Key Countries  September 7th - London – The...

Afternoon Brief, September 1st

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Paso Robles' Justin Vineyards and Winery Buys Napa's Lewis Cellars: Justin's owner, the Wonderful Company, aims to expand Lewis' audience while adding a luxury brand to their portfolio...

Afternoon Brief, August 18th

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Redefining the Definition of Balanced Wine: Talking about “balanced wine” used to be perfectly acceptable—until about ten years ago, when the term suddenly became politicized...

Afternoon Brief, August 11th

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In-Person 5th Annual Wine & Weed Symposium Is Success: Wine Industry Network (WIN) hosted the 5th Annual Wine & Weed Symposium on August 5th at the Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country in Santa Rosa, CA...

Afternoon Brief, August 3rd

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State Cuts Off Hundreds of Russian River Growers, Ranchers and Others in Drastic Bid to Save Water: A day long dreaded by hundreds of ranchers, grape growers, farmers, water providers and towns arrived Monday as the state ordered them to stop diverting water from the Russian River watershed or be fined $1,000 a day...

Afternoon Brief, July 30th

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California Wine Country Rebuilds as Threats Persist: The drought in Northern California is severe, and the risk of fires remains high. But winemakers are trying to adapt to climate change...

Afternoon Brief, July 28th

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Is Wine Losing Its Hold on Younger Adults?: The boost for wine seen across a number of key wine markets in 2020 has masked a much more profound demographic trend amongst wine drinkers...

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...