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Afternoon Brief, March 11

Global Wine Experts Describe Impact of Turbulence Ahead: Wine Intelligence’s global expert network on the impact of Coronavirus: ‘Christmas trading’ in Italian supermarkets amid a gloomy outlook, calm in Brazil and South Africa, fewer Chinese tourists in Australia, silver linings in South Korea, growing concern in the UK and US...

Afternoon Brief, February 27

A big correction in the prices for excess North Coast grapes and wine is not only making it potentially more challenging for vintners to tap working capital but also raising the possibility of having to write down inventory ...

Wine Spectator’s Selection of Best Italian Wine Producers for OperaWine 2020...

American wine magazine Wine Spectator revealed its selection of 103 Italian wine producers for OperaWine 2020 (Vinitaly’s grand opening event) during wine industry forum...

Classic Bordeaux Named Wine Spectator’s #1 Wine of the Year

Top 10 Wines of 2019 Unveiled at WineSpectator.com New York, NY (November 15, 2019)—Wine Spectator, the world’s leading authority on wine, today announced Château Léoville-Barton...

Afternoon Brief, November 7

Is Wine Premiumisation a Doom Loop?: Wine sales figures for the first half of 2019 show that the premiumisation trend in the US has begun to head south. The question every wine producer should be asking themselves is: So what do we do now? ...

Wine Spectator Launches ‘Insider Weekly’ Digital Newsletter

Mobile-Responsive Newsletter Provides Exclusive Content and Reviews for Wine Lovers New York, NY (November 6, 2019)—Wine Spectator, the world’s leading authority on wine, today announced...

Afternoon Brief, October 11

PG&E CEO Apologizes After Employees Went Wine Tasting Just Before California Blackouts: 'Insensitive, Inappropriate, Tone Deaf': The CEO of PG&E has apologized after it was revealed several of its employees mingled with some of its top customers at a wine tasting event paid for by the company while hundreds of thousands of people in California were facing an unprecedented power outage ...

Wine Spectator Hosts 39th Annual New York Wine Experience

Wine Lovers From All Over the Globe Gather October 17-19 for Celebration Featuring World’s Best Wines, Celebrity Chef Competition and More –SPECIAL GUESTS INCLUDE JOSÉ...

Afternoon Brief, September 13

Napa County, Bremer Family Winery Reach Lawsuit Settlement - Napa County and Bremer Family Winery settled a lawsuit brought by the county against the winery over alleged permit and code violations, ending a dispute that called into question how the county interprets older use permits ...

Afternoon Brief, August 7

Winery Lawsuit Ramps Up the Drama: The Bryant lawsuit bursts into life as both sides - and the wine media - trade blows...

Afternoon Brief, May 24

Smoke Taint and Site Specificity Hot Topics at Wine Business IQ: A panel titled Recent Research: Research That Will Change the Way You Make Wine, started off the second and final day of discussions at Wine Business Monthly's Innovation and Quality, or IQ, forum ...

Afternoon Brief, May 10

Dry Red Wines' 'Big Tannins' Are Literally Bigger, Study Says: Even casual drinkers can usually identify a wine with big tannins. Tannins emphasize a wines dryness by tingling the side of your mouth or leaving an almost rough feeling on your tongue ...

Afternoon Brief, December 28

Highs and Lows for Wineries: The South Okanagan wine industry had a tough time with smoke and the threat of fires this summer, but still managed to have a successful year with new events and wineries joining the scene...

Applications Open for Wine Spectator’s 2019 Restaurant Awards

Prestigious Awards Program Honors World’s Best Restaurants for Wine –‘Early-Bird’ Deadline Dec. 31; Final Deadline Feb. 1– New York, NY (December 13, 2018)—Attention, restaurateurs and sommeliers!...