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Afternoon Brief, October 13th

Celebrating its 30th anniversary, the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium will open its registration and housing on Tuesday, October 17, at 9 a.m. PDT...

Afternoon Brief, September 22nd

Underground Cellar Claws Out of Bankruptcy: The controversial retailer is making a move to bail itself out...

Afternoon Brief, September 18th

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 TRENDING STORY   Tributes Paid to Murdered Sicilian Wine Professional The murder of Cantine Colomba Bianca marketing manager Marisa Leo by her ex-partner has sent...

Afternoon Brief, September 15th

Winemaker Dies in Italy While Trying to Save Colleague Who Fainted in Wine Vat: A winemaker in Italy has died while trying to save his colleague who had passed out in a wine vat, according to Italy’s fire brigade...

Afternoon Brief, August 21st

After Farmworker’s Death in Fresno-Area Heat, UFW and Sen. Padilla Say It’s Time for Stronger Protections at Work: The case shines a spotlight on the effectiveness of a California law designed to protect workers laboring outdoors in searing temperatures — and it took center stage at a press conference called by U.S. Sen. Alex Padilla to push federal legislation that would impose stronger federal heat protections in workplaces...

Afternoon Brief, July 20th

LA Police Hunt Wine Shop Thieves After Major Heist: A Los Angeles fine wine retailer targeted by thieves, who sawed through the roof of its cellar room and stole precious bottles thought to be worth at least $500,000, has said a police investigation was ongoing and thanked customers for their support...

Afternoon Brief, June 14th

Global Bulk Wine Trade Is Increasing in Value: It Grew by More Than €130 Million in 2022: It exceeded 2.67 billion euros, at an average price of 78 €/hl (+13.3%). The volume exported fell by 7.2% to 34.2 million hl (-2.64 million hl), in a year of great commercial uncertainty and high inflation, in which only the volume of sparkling wines increased...

Afternoon Brief, March 23rd

Berkeley Man Who Destroyed $250 Million of Wine in Fire Dies: Mark Anderson who embezzled thousands of bottles of wine from his clients and set fire to a warehouse in 2005, destroying 4.5 million bottles of wine worth $250 million, has died...

Afternoon Brief, March 14th

Sonoma County Supes Narrowly Approve Winery Events Ordinance: The hours-long discussion included a presentation from Permit Sonoma, questions and comments from board members, input from community members (on both sides of the issues) and the board’s discussion of concerns raised. In the end, the ordinance was approved with a narrow 3-2 vote...

Afternoon Brief, December 28th

The Existential Crisis of Bordeaux's Small Grapegrowers: Protesters carried dead vines through the streets of Bordeaux, pleading for help as shrinking wine consumption in France and changes in China have left them facing ruin...

Bulk Wine Offers Solutions for Private Label and Sustainability

Despite heightened worries over their health following the pandemic, consumers consider the health of the planet even more critical, according to a recent survey...

Afternoon Brief, September 2nd

California Harvest Races to Beat the Heat: With picking well under way in many regions, the California harvest has producers cautiously optimistic...

Afternoon Brief, August 18th

Unshackled Wines to Pay $75,000 to One Person Ready to Unshackle from the Status Quo: Unshackled, a wine brand founded with the purpose of challenging the conventions of luxury wine, is offering $75,000 to one person ready to break free from the day-to-day grind to pursue their dreams...

Afternoon Brief, May 5th

Heat Threatens Oregon Pinot Noir: As temperatures rise the state may not be able to continue to produce its signature style...

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. Bulk wine is the quieter...
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