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What keeps the wine industry up at night? As you might have guessed, the impact of COVID-19 tops the list for two-thirds of U.S. wineries....

Afternoon Brief, April 3

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E. & J. Gallo Winery Announces Deal with Constellation Brands: E. & J. Gallo Winery (Gallo) announced today that it has entered into an agreement with Constellation Brands, Inc. to purchase more than 30 wine and spirits brands, along with six winemaking facilities located in California, Washington, and New York...

Afternoon Brief, May 13

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Rural crime adds to pain from California drought: Law enforcement officers remind farmers to be vigilant and check irrigation pumps, brass fittings and steel pipes, which remain hot items for thieves...

Afternoon Brief, May 12

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El Niño will be substantial, warn Australian scientists: Australian scientists on Tuesday forecast a "substantial" El Niño weather phenomenon for 2015, potentially spelling deadly and costly climate extremes, after officially declaring its onset in the tropical Pacific...

Afternoon Brief, May 7

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Auction Napa Valley 2015 Wine Lot Offerings Now Available for Preview: For wine lovers around the globe who are not able to attend, the nearly 200 E-Auction lots are a treasure trove featuring many one-of-a-kind and older vintage wines and collections often not available to the public...

Special Edition Black Friday Brief

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3rd Annual North Coast Wine Industry Expo Forecasting Record Attendance: Wine Industry Network announced that this years North Coast Wine Industry Expo, held at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds on December 4th, has surpassed the pre-registration goals for this years event and is anticipating another successful event...

Afternoon Brief, November 26

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‘The wine world is under attack, and it needs to up its game’, Wine Economist Mike Veseth: Eminent wine writer and economist Mike Veseth warns that the wine world needs to combat the threat of new age prohibitionists' and authentic, interesting and affordable spirits and beers...

Afternoon Brief, November 24

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‘Great Napa Valley wines will rival Bordeaux First Growths’: Moet-Hennessy Estates & Wine CEO: Jean-Guillaume Prats, Moet-Hennessy Estates and Wine CEO, says he believes great wine produced in Californias Napa Valley will rival the finest Bordeaux in future years...

Afternoon Brief, November 20

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5 Wine Industry Innovators Honored with WINnovation Award: The business of wine is in a continual state of evolution with new markets, new consumer trends, new challenges and new solutions provided from the businesses trying to capture, shape or overcome them...

Afternoon Brief, October 27

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Police Investigating U.S. Winemaker's Death: Police in Oregon are investigating the death of pioneering Washington-based winemaker Eric Dunham whose body was found in Cannon Beach last Thursday...

Afternoon Brief, October 24

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New AVAs Put Paso Robles in Wine Industry Big Leagues: On the heels of a top national ranking from Wine Enthusiast Magazine, Paso Robles Wine Country is rolling out an expanded set of sub-brands to put it on equal footing with Napa and Sonoma Counties...

Afternoon Brief, October 21

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Symposium, Exhibition, & Concept Bar at Breakthrough Napa Valley Conference November 13, 2014: Rootstock presents a full day of high-level, provocative seminars and industry experts, wine trials and tastings, and exhibits when this revolutionary conference designed for top quality grape growers, vineyard and winery owners, and winemakers worldwide...

Afternoon Brief, October 20

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Ignorance of the Endangered Species Act Could be Costly for Vineyards and Wineries: When President Nixon signed the Endangered Species Act (ESA) into law on December 28, 1973, it must have been hard to predict how the legislation would impact agricultural practices decades into the future...

Afternoon Brief, October 9

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Napa Valley Grapegrowers expect to wrap up another successful harvest next week: Though this harvest is expected to be a little smaller than 2013, it will have a similar quality profile. The warm season translated into early bud break and harvest, could in turn translate into great quality wines, because it allows the winemakers flexibility in choosing when to harvest to get the flavor profile and acidity theyre looking for without fear of rain...

Afternoon Brief, August 12

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Grape sales slow in face of prospects for another big crop: With California's wine grape vineyards on a fast track to producing what looks to be the third large crop in as many years, finding a home for uncommitted 2014 grapes could prove somewhat daunting, especially for Central Valley sellers...