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Afternoon Brief, October 27th

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On-Premise Recovery “Back On” in September After a Brief Stall in August: Incomparable Data Sheds light on Off- and On-Premise Channel Changes at the Product Segment Level – Nationally and in U.S. Regions...

What the Biden Administration’s Anti-Trust Directive Means for the Wholesale Tier

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Experts believe the Executive Order may correct unfair trade practices; few predict any immediate or drastic results. Could the Biden Administration try to break up...

Afternoon Brief, April 30th

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Restaurant Revitalization Fund Registration Opens: In lieu of a convention this year, WSWA has launched their virtual Brand Battle Tournament—an ideal opportunity for craft, startup and small production wine, spirits, and low-alc/no-alc/mixer brands...

WSWA Launches Virtual WSWA Brand Battle Tournament for Craft, Startup and...

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In lieu of a convention this year, WSWA has launched their virtual Brand Battle Tournament—an ideal opportunity for craft, startup and small production wine,...

Afternoon Brief, April 19th

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Sonoma County Winemaker Seeks Zero-Tolerance Policy for Sexual Assault and Harassment: In a bid to improve the treatment of women in Sonoma County’s wine industry, an influential female winemaker has drafted a zero-tolerance policy for sexual assault and harassment and is calling on trade groups representing wineries and grape growers across the county to adopt it in a unanimous show of support for women working in wine...

Afternoon Brief, February 11th

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Overview of 2020 US Wine Market Stats and 10 Hot Wine Trends for 2021: Though the US wine market endured a very bumpy ride in 2020, with many dire predictions of loss and doom due to the pandemic and wildfires, now that the numbers are in, the results are not that dismal...

Afternoon Brief, January 22nd

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The 2020 Wildfires Could Cost California’s Wine Industry $3.7 Billion — but It Doesn’t Have to Be That Way: An early estimate of what last year’s disasters may have cost, in this week’s Drinking with Esther newsletter...

Afternoon Brief, October 29

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Twenty-One Women Told The New York Times That They Have Been Sexually Harassed, Manipulated or Assaulted by Male Master Sommeliers: The Court of Master Sommeliers confers high honors, but many women candidates say they've paid a steep price...

Afternoon Brief, July 9

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Michigan Slaps Liquor Distributor with 'Historic' $3 Million Fine: A spirits distributor tied to a 2019 liquor shortage in Michigan will face a $3 million fine, which state officials labeled "historic" and "unprecedented" in a Wednesday announcement...

Afternoon Brief, May 27

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Premium Wine Falls Victim to Coronavirus: Premiumization might be over for wine as producers look to offer value ahead of prestige to an uncertain market...

WSWA Convention Survival Guide

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Every year, over a four-day period, the adult beverage world descends on one special location for the WSWA convention. Makers come from all over...

Afternoon Brief, November 21

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Judge Rules for Neighbors in Dispute Over Changes at Beringer in St. Helena: https://napavalleyregister.com/news/local/judge-rules-for-neighbors-in-dispute-over-changes-at-beringer/article_307828b2-5423-5725-9320-048a6edbba5e.html

Afternoon Brief, October 23

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Constellation Brands Rumored to Be Selling Off U.S. Wine Brands: As reported by Reuters, "four people familiar with the matter" revealed that the drinks company was considering selling off U.S. wine brands including Clos du Bois, Mark West, Arbor Mist and Cooks...

Afternoon Brief, June 20

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Should Wineries Acquire Vineyards Instead of Buying Fruit on the Open Market? Should wineries acquire vineyards instead of...

What I Learned at WSWA 75

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A lot!  A ton! A boatload!  Let me add some perspective. First – I learned how much sleep a human needs Second- I learned that a...