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Afternoon Brief, June 3rd

Grim Reports Have the Wine Industry in Knots. But Should We Just Calm Down?: Lately, conversations within the wine industry have been punctuated with doom and gloom. Sales are erratic, the climate is unpredictable, overproduction is rampant and drinkers are hesitant to spend...

Wine Market Council Launches Award Winning Social Media Campaign

Taps talent from local agency WineGlass Marketing June 3rd - NAPA, CA – Upon her appointment as the President of the Wine Market Council on...

Afternoon Brief, May 31st

U.S. Department of Commerce Makes Affirmative Subsidy Determination in Trade Case on Glass Wine Bottles from China: In a victory for the U.S. glass industry, the U.S. Department of Commerce (Commerce) has preliminarily determined that the government of China unfairly subsidizes its glass wine bottle industry...

Afternoon Brief, May 30th

Federal Judge Rules Provi’s Antitrust Case Against Southern Glazer’s and RNDC Will Proceed: Today, a federal judge ruled the antitrust complaint filed by Provi, the largest online marketplace for the beverage alcohol industry, against the nation’s two largest wine and spirits distributors, Southern Glazer’s Wines and Spirits (Southern) and Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC), will move forward as the court denied a Motion to Dismiss “in its entirety” filed by the defendants...

Wine Market Council Launches New Study to Better Engage Younger and...

May 30, 2024 - Napa Valley, California - The Wine Market Council (WMC), a membership-driven leader in advancing the U.S. wine market through research...

Afternoon Brief, May 24th

Wine Hits Back at Negative Headlines: The Wine Market Council is leading the charge against pessimistic wine stories about the US market...

Wish You Were Here: Notes from the 2024 Wine Sales Symposium

Insights from the 2024 Wine Sales Symposium, produced by Wine Industry Network (WIN) By Alexandra Russell and Laurie Wachter On Thursday, May 16, more than 300...

Afternoon Brief, May 1st

Millennials and Gen X Want a Wine Vacation, Not an Education: Research commissioned by a marketing firm may yield new insight into the issue and how to modernize the wine industry for a younger crowd...

Afternoon Brief, March 26th

President of Treasury Americas, Ben Dollard to Keynote 2024 Wine Sales Symposium: Wine Industry Network (WIN) has announced Ben Dollard, President of Treasury Americas, as the distinguished keynote speaker for the upcoming Wine Sales Symposium...

Wine Market Council to Launch New Study on Wine Club/DTC Success...

March 26, 2024 - Napa Valley, California — Do you know which features or perks keep your wine club members loyal and engaged? Are...

Afternoon Brief, March 21st

Sherry-Lehmann’s Park Ave. Landlord Gets OK to Clear Out Booze in $4.8 Million Rent Dispute — After a Year of Collecting Dust: Iconic wine retailer Sherry-Lehmann’s Park Avenue landlord has won permission to finally clear out old shelves, fixtures and leftover bottles of wine at the storied shop — which have been collecting dust for more than a year since it shuttered in scandal...

Wine Market Council Punches Up: IDs Challenges, Focuses on Opportunities

Now is the time for bold action and new ideas. By Alexandra Russell Wine Market Council gathered members yesterday for its first in-person Research Conference in...

Afternoon Brief, March 15th

Dom Perignon, Expensive Wines Found in Search Tied to Retail Thefts in North San Diego County: Photos released by investigators showed several bottles of Dom Perignon, Inglenook and Caymus wines, each of which retail for around $300...

Afternoon Brief, March 8th

Women Are ‘The Emerging Market’ for Fine Wine – But Merchants Must Invest to See Growth: Fine wine merchants and private client teams may be missing a trick by failing to invest in high-net-worth women as fine wine collectors, according to some of the leading voices in the industry – with the first merchant to crack this emerging market set to have “a massive advantage”...

Afternoon Brief, March 1st

Federal Government to Spend $177 Million to Help Canadian Wine Industry: The federal government announced a plan to help the Canadian wine sector Friday during a visit to Lightfoot & Wolfville Vineyards in Wolfville, N.S...