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Afternoon Brief, May 6

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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate Kicks Off U.S. Matter of Taste Tour in Chicago Robert Parkers Wine Advocate is debuting its inaugural Matter of Taste tour on U.S. shores in 2015 as part of a global series of exclusive events for eRobertParker.com members and guests...

Women for WineSense Offers New Scholarships in 2015

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In honor of Women for WineSense’s 25th anniversary, the Napa|Sonoma chapter (WWS) will offer three new scholarships to its Professional Members. Eligible WWS members...

Afternoon Brief, April 29

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Controversial Hop Kiln and Hale Winery development decisions appealed: Two controversial decisions in an increasingly contentious battle over winery development in Sonoma County are being appealed, placing the issue squarely before the Board of Supervisors...

Women for WineSense Winemaking Roundtable hosts olfactory expert, Alexandre Schmitt, April...

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HELENA, CALIFORNIA | APRIL 29, 2015: The Napa | Sonoma chapter of Women for WineSense’s (WWS) Winemaking Roundtable will host international olfactory educator and...

Women for WineSense launches Lecture Series

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Sonoma, California | April 27, 2015: The Napa | Sonoma chapter of Women for WineSense (WWS) has put out a call for speakers for...

Afternoon Brief, April 6

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Can Music Change the Way Your Wine Tastes? Several studies produced over the past couple of decades demonstrate how music can influence the wines people buy, and even how a wine's taste is perceived...

Restaurateur Michael Gyetvan to speak at Women for WineSense’s Roundtable Meeting...

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Restaurateur Michael Gyetvan, owner of Azzurro Pizzeria, Norman Rose Tavern and the recently opened Atlas Social in Napa, will lead a discussion of the...

Afternoon Brief, February 18

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A team of researchers from the Polytechnic University of Madrid and Spain's Forest Research Center have proposed that certain wine flavors can be imparted by a special yeast, potentially saving winemakers barrels of money in savings...

Women for WineSense Raises More Than $10,000 in Scholarships in 2014

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The Napa|Sonoma chapter of Women for WineSense (WWS) raised $10,707 in 2014 through their fundraising efforts for their scholarship programs at Sonoma State University, Santa Rosa Junior College, Napa Valley College and U.C. Davis. Funds are awarded to students in the wine business or enology/viticulture degree programs at each of these schools annually.

Afternoon Brief, February 16

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Trending Story: Single vineyards will define Napa’s future The Napa Valley will increasingly be defined less by broader appellations and more by...

Women for WineSense unveils Women in Wine panelists

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Sonoma, California | February 16, 2015: The Napa | Sonoma chapter of Women for WineSense (WWS) unveiled the winners of their “Women in Wine”...

Afternoon Brief, February 5

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FDA Sees No Safety Issues with Agglomerated Corks: Yesterday Wine Industry Insight (WII) published a story regarding the health safety of the adhesive used in some agglomerate cork. Today the FDA responded...

Women for WineSense offers Volunteer Meeting at Gloria Ferrer

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The Napa | Sonoma chapter of Women for WineSense (WWS) will host a free Volunteer Orientation Meeting at Gloria Ferrer Caves & Vineyards on Thursday, February 19th, from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., for those wishing to volunteer for the non-profit organization that provides scholarships annually at U.C. Davis, Sonoma State University, Santa Rosa Junior College and Napa Valley College to students in wine studies degree programs.

Afternoon Brief, January 21

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Breakout Year Ahead for U.S. Fine Wine Business: Silicon Valley Bank, a leading provider of commercial banking services to the innovation sector and the wine industry, released its Annual State of the Wine Industry Report in a live broadcast from the SVB TV studio today...

Women for WineSense Winemaking Roundtable hosts Virginie Boone of Wine Enthusiast...

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The Napa | Sonoma chapter of Women for WineSense’s (WWS) Winemaking Roundtable will host Wine Enthusiast Magazine Napa and Sonoma contributing editor Virginie Boone speaking at California's oldest continuously family-owned winery, Gundlach Bundschu.