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Afternoon Brief, April 17th

Ackley Brands Acquires Washington Wineries Columbia Winery and Hogue Cellars: Ackley Brands, a family-owned company based in Seattle that owns and operates premium beverage brands in the Pacific Northwest, has announced its acquisition of Columbia Winery and Hogue Cellars from Gallo...

Afternoon Brief, February 23rd

How a Napa Farming Nonprofit Became a Political Power Broker—And Got Caught Up in a Federal Investigation: A mysterious federal investigation unfolding in Napa Valley has ensnared one of the wine industry’s most powerful entities...

How to Ship Wine Year-Round with Confidence

Do you restrict shipping your wine to spring and fall? It's time to embrace a new approach to meet customer demand year-round. Join us...

Afternoon Brief, November 27th

‘Hundreds of Millions’ of Wine Labels to Be Destroyed: New European Commission guidelines concerning the labelling of wine bottles could result in a huge number of already printed labels being destroyed, according to the Comité Européen des Entreprises Vins (CEEV)...

Afternoon Brief, October 18th

A New Report Sheds Light on Millennial and Gen Z Drinking Behaviors: Where have all the younger drinkers gone? It’s the question that everyone who works with beverage alcohol has been asking themselves...

Afternoon Brief, August 24th

Wine Grape Transport Truck Overturns Near George, WA Trapping Two: A semi-tractor pulling two trailers filled with wine grapes met a severe mishap on Monday, overturning while traveling too fast on Road 1-Northwest near Beverly-Burke Road, just north of George. The incident occurred on the corner east of Beverly-Burke Road Southwest at approximately 5:30 p.m...

Afternoon Brief, July 24th

Livermore Winery Owner Dies After Car Crash: A two-car collision Friday afternoon resulted in the death of a 59-year-old man, the Livermore Police Department said. The driver was identified as Mitchell Katz, the Alameda County Coroner’s Office confirmed to KRON4. Katz was the owner of Mitchell Katz Winery in Livermore...

How Shipping to Hold Locations Drives Your Customer Experience

When it comes to ordering wine, your customers need options. Thankfully, our recent partnership with Via.Delivery Corp. grants Wineshipping clients access to over 28,000 Buy Online Pickup...

Afternoon Brief, July 11th

PD/GWSS Winegrape Assessment Set at $1.25 for 2023 Harvest: To continue funding crucial research combating winegrape pests and diseases, the Pierce’s Disease/Glassy-Winged Sharpshooter Board kept the PD/GWSS Winegrape Assessment rate at $1.25 per $1,000 value for the 2023 harvest...

Wineshipping Announces Exclusive Partnership with Via.Delivery

E-commerce customers can now choose alternative delivery options when ordering wine. NAPA – July 11, 2023 - Wineshipping is proud to announce a major expansion of...

Afternoon Brief, June 20th

E. & J. Gallo Expands Its Premium Wine Portfolio with Acquisition of the Hahn Family Wines Collection of Brands: E. & J. Gallo Winery (Gallo) announced today that it has purchased the Hahn Family Wines portfolio, complementing Gallo’s existing Central Coast offerings. The strategic investment includes the Smith & Hook, Hahn, and Hahn SLH brands...

Afternoon Brief, June 8th

Wineries Switch onto Tracking Tech: Stakeholders in several major wine regions are embracing the digital revolution. Armed with data tracking technology, vintners are increasingly intent on watching you...

Afternoon Brief, June 1st

US Department of Labor Investigations of Labor Contractors, Vineyard Yield $231K in Penalties, Recover $129K in Back Wages for 353 Agricultural Workers: Home to thousands of winemakers who produce 80 percent of the wine in the U.S., California vineyards also yield their share of unscrupulous employers who profit by taking advantage of migrant and seasonal farmworkers as the harvest season approaches...

Wineshipping Stops Using EPS Foam Packaging for DTC Wine Shipments   

Wineries are now able to ship wine safely without using EPS foam packaging NAPA, CA—May 31, 2023—Wineshipping, the national leader in direct-to-consumer (DTC) wine fulfillment...

Afternoon Brief, April 13th

Washington Wine Industry Helps Stall Bill to Lower DUI to .05%: Senate Bill 5002 didn’t make it across the finish line this year, but responsible wine consumers should keep in their rearview mirror the idea that a sizeable group of Washington state lawmakers wants to lower the legal limit of blood alcohol content to 0.05%...