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Afternoon Brief, January 30th

Trial Between Napa County, Hoopes Winery Begins: A trial between Napa County and the Hoopes Vineyard winery is underway, with the county's winery regulations being the focus...

Wine Opinions and Colangelo & Partners Release Results of Consumer Survey...

Second Annual Survey from Category-Leading Communications Agency and Renowned Wine Research Company Focuses on Consumer Attitudes toward Wine and Health  January 30, 2024, New York — Colangelo...

Gallup Poll: Wine Lags Behind, Spirits Gain Ground

Gallup’s annual Consumption Habits poll, which tracks American attitudes toward drinking and surveys who drinks what, shows wine dropping in popularity. By Jeff Siegel   More Americans...
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Afternoon Brief, February 9th

Amador County Wine Tasting Room, Storehouse Catches Fire: A firefighter was injured Wednesday evening after a fire at a wine facility in Amador County, officials said...
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Afternoon Brief, January 17th

McBride Sisters Winery President to Keynote at the 2023 Unified Symposium’s Opening Day Luncheon: Robin McBride, co-founder and president of McBride Sisters Wine Company, will keynote the 2023 Unified Symposium Luncheon and share the incredible story of how she and her sister, Andréa McBride John, created the largest Black-owned wine company in the United States...

Wine Opinions and Colangelo & Partners Release Results of Their First,...

National Survey from Category-Leading Communications Agency and Renowned Research Company to Help Guide 2023 Marketing Strategies January 17, 2023, NY, NY — Colangelo & Partners (www.colangelopr.com)...

LDA Opinions Debuts Research on Legal Drinking Age Beverage Alcohol Consumers...

LDA Opinions launches their beverage alcohol consumer research service with key insights and findings from their first study. New York, NY, April 27, 2022 -...
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Afternoon Brief, September 9th

New Oregon Wine Industry Report Exposes Effects of COVID and 2020 Wildfires: While the majority of Oregon winemakers made wine from grapes from 2020, the year held challenges including a western U.S. weather phenomenon combined with naturally lower yields, wildfires and COVID-19-related labor shortages and restrictions...

Wine’s ‘Gender-Split’

Expert analysts not convinced by recent poll concluding a massive wine consumer gender gap —Jeff Siegel There has always been a sense that women buy more...

New CSWA Research Shows Sustainability a Growing Factor in Wine Trade Purchasing

New research, commissioned by the California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance (CSWA), shows that a majority of the U.S. wine trade considers sustainability when making purchasing decisions and expects demand to increase over the next decade.