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Afternoon Brief, January 5th

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World Bulk Wine Exhibition Coming to Sonoma California June 8th-9th: Following the success attained in Amsterdam in 2021, the WBWE faces a new challenge: its first-ever trade fair in the USA...

World Bulk Wine Exhibition Coming to Sonoma California June 8th-9th

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Following the success attained in Amsterdam in 2021, the WBWE faces a new challenge: its first-ever trade fair in the USA 5 January - The...

Afternoon Brief, November 24th

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The WBWE Has Been the First International Wine Fair to Take Place in the West in 2021: The 13th WBWE (World Bulk Wine Exhibition) brought together 265 wineries from 15 different countries and received more than 4000 professional visitors from 57 nationalities...

The WBWE Has Been the First International Wine Fair to Take...

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The 13th WBWE (World Bulk Wine Exhibition) has gathered 265 wineries from 15 countries and buyers from 57 different nationalities. The WBWE21 has been the first international wine fair to...

World Bulk Wine Exhibition

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The WBWE is the best platform for wineries with premium bulk wines and spirits that wish to find the appropriate purchasers for their products,...

Experts Answer—How to Boost your Bulk Wine Business

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This Expert Q & A features Caterina Tucci, executive MBA at ESADE, who will be speaking at this year's WINExpo, scheduled for December 2,...

Afternoon Brief, June 11

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Data Shows Economists Are Wrong—Wine Industry Doesn’t Support Trump: Quite recently the American Association of Wine Economists (AAWE) made headlines by publishing a dataset highlighting presidential campaign contributions originating from individuals in the wine industry. It created a bit of a stir, particularly the AAWE’s conclusion that “The U.S. Wine Industry overwhelmingly supports President Trump”. Some thought this conclusion misrepresented the data and reality...

Afternoon Brief, March 31

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Where Will Wine Sales Come from Next Month?: Despite wineries being shuttered and millions of people sheltering in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, consumers have not stopped buying wine, but have increasingly turned to other channels for their wine purchases...

Afternoon Brief, December 13

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The Financial Penalty Wineries Now Pay for Climate Change: There is a hidden cost of climate change to wine producers and the Australian wine industry had a small taste of it in the lead up to Christmas, from rising insurance premiums to cancelled winery tours...

Afternoon Brief, December 10

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Within Five Years Entire Brands Will Be Created Through Pre-Production Personalization: "Within five years you will see entire brands created through pre-production personalization by flavor and shopper profiling at an individual level blends crafted 'instantly' through data on the consumers taste and purchase preferences, and genetic/behavioral/social characteristics, driven by data that may have nothing to do with wine or the production process," says Mike Provance, PhD and CEO of 3×3...

Afternoon Brief, November 26

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The Ups and Downs of the 2019 Global Bulk Wine Market: In anticipation of the World Bulk Wine Exhibition (WBWE) in Amsterdam this coming December 2-3, the California-based global wine and grape broker, Ciatti, released its 2019 harvest and bulk wine report...

Afternoon Brief, May 31

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Napa Valley Wine Grape Grower Appeals $37,000 in Penalties in Harvester Death: A Napa County wine grape grower is appealing penalties from California labor regulators after a vineyard worker died in an accident during last years harvest...

Afternoon Brief, December 10

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A 31% Increase in Number of California Wineries Makes Financial Success That Much Harder: The global investment firm Rabobank November 2018 Wine Quarterly included a few important takeaways from the Wine Industry Financial Symposium held this autumn in Napa, California. In its introduction to the report, the bank got my attention with this about California: "Wineries of all sizes need to find new owners."

Afternoon Brief, November 30

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Napa Vintner, Oregon Officials Meet to Defuse Wine-Labeling Dispute: Oregon regulators and a California winery accused of misrepresenting the Oregon origins of its bestselling pinot noir, an act which infuriated local winemakers, said Thursday after a preliminary meeting they're hopeful they can resolve the dispute...

Afternoon Brief, November 28

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Florida the Latest Battleground for Interstate Shipping: Midwestern attorney Robert Epstein is on a mission to open up as many states as possible to interstate shipping. "We have pending cases in Missouri, Illinois and Michigan, which is now on appeal," one of the Indianapolis-based founders of Epstein, Cohen, Seif & Flora shares...