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Afternoon Brief, June 27th

The Power of Data-Driven Decision-Making in the Wine Industry: Data is everywhere. But in the wine industry, the people skilled in capturing and working with data are in short supply—as is the mindset that sees these emerging skills as key business drivers...

WineAmerica: The Value of Associations

Associations bring people together, create consensus, communicate with key constituencies, improve the business climate and grow the industry. By Jim Trezise A Finger Lakes winery owner...

Afternoon Brief, May 27th

Armed Group Occupies Oldest Mexican Winery Over Water Shortage: People wielding machetes invaded the vineyard in the northern state of Coahuila this week, the company’s manager told Mexican media...

Afternoon Brief, May 23rd

California’s Newest Sonoma AVA the West Sonoma Coast: The West Sonoma Coast Vintners is proud to announce the TTB’s approval of the newly established West Sonoma Coast American Viticultural Area (AVA)...

Show Up, Stand Up, Speak Up: WineAmerica National Policy Conference 2022

For the first time in three years, WineAmerica representatives recently met with Congressional Representatives from around the country to discuss the wine industry’s legislative...
WineAmerica members visit Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. in 2019

WineAmerica: Managing the Business Climate for Wine

Editor’s note: Wine Industry Advisor is proud to welcome WineAmerica to its roster of regular contributors. Beginning with this article, the industry’s voice in...

Afternoon Brief, April 20th

The World’s Leading Bulk Wine Fair Launches Its First-Ever US Show: The inaugural WBWE USA show will be held on June 8th and 9th at Sonoma County Event Center at the Fairgrounds...

Wine’s Most Inspiring People: Marty Clubb—Co-Owner, L’Ecole No. 41

A Walla Walla industry leader and community builder. Ask Marty Clubb how a one-time corporate financial analyst ended up running a top-notch, highly-respected Washington state...

Executive Order on Promoting Competition … In the Wine Industry

Wine Industry Advisor managing editor, Stacy Briscoe, speaks to Michael Kaiser, VP of WineAmerica, about President Biden’s Order affecting the beverage alcohol industry “A fair,...

Afternoon Brief, June 17th

Doug Moorhead, Whose Winery Was the Second to Open in Pennsylvania, Dies at 87: Doug Moorhead, one of the founders of the Pennsylvania wine industry, died June 10. He was 87...

Examining the Potential Pitfalls and Opportunities for Wine Businesses

While the tax increases in President Biden’s $1.8 trillion infrastructure plan targeted the wealthy, the recent release of the American Families Plan did not...

Afternoon Brief, March 17th

WineAmerica Releases 2021 Government Affairs Strategy: WineAmerica, the national association of American wineries, has released a document detailing its overall government affairs strategy and legislative agenda for 2021...

WineAmerica Releases 2021 Government Affairs Strategy

March 17th - Washington, DC—WineAmerica, the national association of American wineries, has released a document detailing its overall government affairs strategy and legislative agenda...

Afternoon Brief, December 29th

How the Coronavirus, Wildfires Are Changing How California Fine Wines Are Sold: The North Coast wine business had been facing slowing sales growth and increasing competition from other premium adult beverages even before this year’s coronavirus pandemic response led to months-long stretches of closures of key sales channels in tasting rooms and restaurants and wildfires caused tens of thousands of grape tons to not be harvested...

Afternoon Brief, September 23

Crisis in Wine Country: 2020 is shaping up to be the worst year for American wineries since Prohibition...
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