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The Future of Virtual Wine Tourism

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The Future of Virtual Wine Tourism: In the past few months, many wineries have had to figure out how to schedule virtual tastings, but this is only one aspect of online wine tourism...

Afternoon Brief, November 12

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North Coast Wineries Bullish on Organic Grapes to Drive Growth: Walk down the aisle at the local Whole Foods Market or any other similar grocer. Almost everywhere you look, there are organic products on prominent display, from lettuce to macaroni and cheese to ice cream. But over at the wine section? Not so much...

Afternoon Brief, November 1

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Joe Wagner Responds to Copper Cane Controversy: Copper Cane founder Joe Wagner has largely stayed quiet and out of the press as controversy swirls around his using of Oregon place names on his wines. In early October, he agreed to a lengthy phone interview with Oregon Wine Press; what follows are excerpts from that conversation...

Afternoon Brief, September 21

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A Clash Between Cotton and Cabernet? : The Texas High Plains has the potential to be a grape grower's paradise. This plateau near the New Mexico border is now home to nearly 5,000 acres planted to wine grapes...

Surge in Wine Tourism Brings Huge Opportunities

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By Mark Angelillo Tourism contributes to a nation’s economic vitality. It can do the same for any wine region or brand. The link between wine and travel...

Wine’s Most Inspiring People 2018: A Pillar of Oregon’s Wine Tourism...

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Wayne Bailey, a vintner known for sustainable farming practices advises, “The best fertilizer is the farmer’s footprint.” Bailey’s footprint has far exceeded the 50 acres of his Youngberg Hill estate in Willamette Valley to play a vital role in the Oregon wine industry. But Bailey’s feet took a long circuitous career path to Youngberg Hill. Along the way Bailey left his mark and gained experiences and business acumen that prepared him to design a business model that is unique among his wine industry neighbors.

Wine Institute Releases Results of New California Wine Tourism Survey

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SAN FRANCISCO — Results of a new online survey of more than 2,000 U.S. adults who recently visited California wine country were released today,...

Tourism Industry Examined from Global Wine Perspective in Latest Research

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New Book Tests Theoretical Foundations of Strategic Business Management and Wine Tourism Rohnert Park, California – The School of Business and Economics (SBE) at Sonoma...

Afternoon Brief, November 11

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Announcing Wine Enthusiast's 2014 Wine Star Award Winners: Each year since 2000, the editors of Wine Enthusiast have honored individuals whose vision has impacted the wine and spirits industries with our Wine Star Awards...

Afternoon Brief, July 28

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Wine auctioneer charged with grand theft: Joshua Krummenoehl, of Brooklyn, New York, was charged late June with multiple counts of grand theft involving alleged victims from various states, including California, Hawaii, New York and Colorado...

Dundee Unveils New Look

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Dundee initiates brand overhaul to embrace and promote wine-based tourism in the city and adjacent Dundee Hills and unveils new welcome sign this Tuesday DUNDEE,...

People: Steve Burns – Helping Guide the Wine Industry into a...

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“The successful associations are the ones that develop a plan and work together,” said Burns. He explained that having had some clients from outside the wine industry has helped him with clients within the industry. “We have to understand that in the wine business we have one product and we need to focus on that. It’s what holds us together.” Today at O’Donnell Lane, LLC, a marketing firm owned by Burns and his partner, Burns continues helping wineries and wine associations spread their message. Current clients include the Wine Institute of California, Middleton Family Winery, Chateau St. Michelle, and the Oregon Wine Board, all of whom are reaping the benefits of his energy and insights.