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Afternoon Brief, June 23

Afternoon Brief, June 23

Project Born in Pendleton Can Revolutionize Harvest
The Round-Up City is on the map as the birthplace for groundbreaking work in harvesting wine grapes and tree fruit…

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Afternoon Brief, June 22

Afternoon Brief, June 22

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Increased Competition for Labor Leaves Wine Hanging The numbers don’t lie: there has been a steady loss off immigrant labor back across the Mexican border for the past 10 years, and it’s creating a true brain drain… Today’s News: Survey Reveals That Cork Closures Seal 89% of […]

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Increased Competition for Labor Leaves Wine Hanging

Increased Competition for Labor Leaves Wine Hanging

The numbers don’t lie: there has been a steady loss off immigrant labor back across the Mexican border for the past 10 years, and it’s creating a true brain drain.

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Afternoon Brief, June 21

Afternoon Brief, June 21

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Far Niente Wine Estates Acquires Prestigious Napa Cabernet Sauvignon Vineyard Far Niente Wine Estates, the company that includes Far Niente and sister wineries Dolce, Nickel & Nickel, EnRoute and Bella Union, has acquired a 60-acre Napa Valley vineyard planted primarily to Cabernet Sauvignon… Today’s News: Tickets Now […]

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Afternoon Brief, June 20

Afternoon Brief, June 20

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: No Simple Solutions for Sonoma’s Glut of Downtown Wine-Tasting Rooms As summer heats up and more tourists come to Sonoma for wine-tasting, among its other “destination city” attractions, residents are growing increasingly restless over… Today’s News: Adult Beverage Retailers Need to Be Very Scared of the Amazon […]

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Global Alliance to Protect Wine Place Names Welcomes Three New Members During Vinexpo 2017

Global Alliance to Protect Wine Place Names Welcomes Three New Members During Vinexpo 2017

Wine Origins group expands to 23 with addition of British Columbia, McLaren Vale and Texas  BORDEAUX, France — Leadership from the world’s premier wine regions hosted a tasting event today at Vinexpo 2017 to welcome three new members to the Joint Declaration to Protect Wine Place & Origin. The British Columbia Wine Institute of Canada, which represents […]

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Agrothermal Systems Announces Agroblow™ for Fighting Rain Damage

Agrothermal Systems Announces Agroblow™ for Fighting Rain Damage

Agroblow in combination with Agrotherm XT™ provides a one pass process to deliver full Thermaculture® effects in wet conditions. Dateline: June 15. Napa, CA – Today Agrothermal Systems announced a new machine solution in the battle to fight rain damage on vertically grown crops such as grapes, trellised orchards, cane berries and others. Agroblow is […]

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The Magic Behind Napa’s Mountain Grown Wines

The Magic Behind Napa’s Mountain Grown Wines

When one brings up the concept of terroir—a French wine term used to describe a wine’s “sense of place”—you realize the importance that extraordinary vineyard soils have on producing truly exceptional wines.

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Afternoon Brief, June 19

Afternoon Brief, June 19

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Constellation Buys Napa Cabernet Star Schrader Cellars Drinks giant Constellation Brands has purchased Napa Valley cult winery Schrader Cellars, founder Fred Schrader told Wine Spectator. The blockbuster deal gives Constellation one of the elite names in Napa Cabernet… Today’s News: Jim Trezise Emphasizes U.S. Wine Industry’s Growing […]

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Global Spirits Signs with Heidelberg Distributing

Global Spirits Signs with Heidelberg Distributing

Khortytsa Vodka & Odessa Brandy Now Available in Kentucky Frankfort, KY (Monday, June 19, 2017) – Global Spirits USA, a privately held, international manufacturer and marketer of wines and spirits, has signed Heidelberg Distributing as its distributor of record to distribute Khortytsa Vodka and Odessa Brandy in the State of Kentucky. Heidelberg is a family-owned […]

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Jim Trezise Emphasizes U.S. Wine Industry’s Growing Need for National Representation

Jim Trezise Emphasizes U.S. Wine Industry’s Growing Need for National Representation

If your winery sells 10,000 gallons of wine, you are saving $11,000 a year and you may not even know why: WineAmerica.

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Afternoon Brief, June 16

Afternoon Brief, June 16

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Here’s How Big Wine Gets to Avoid Environmental Rules in Napa In 2006, Napa County officials issued a permit for The Caves at Soda Canyon, a new winery in the hills east of the city of Napa. As most such project permits do, the document set strict […]

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Afternoon Brief, June 15

Afternoon Brief, June 15

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: WineAmerica and ASCAP Partner to Introduce New Music License for Wineries WineAmerica, the national organization of American wineries, and ASCAP, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, are working together to simplify music licensing compliance… Today’s News: The Most Wanted Sauvignon Blancs If it’s summer, it […]

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Afternoon Brief, June 14

Afternoon Brief, June 14

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Restaurant Tables May Have Turned for Small Family Run Wineries According to Nation’s Restaurant News, for chain restaurants May 2017 was disappointing. Traffic increased 0.2% from April but sales fell 0.1%… Today’s News: New Survey Highlights the Valuable Contributions of Local Winegrape Growers to Sonoma County A […]

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Sean Roney Launches Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

Sean Roney Launches Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

Son of Respected Vintner Sabotages Law Career for California Wine: You Be the Judge  NAPA, CALIF. (June 13, 2017) – The best plans are made to be broken. Disruptions like that often involve wine – especially when you’re a young vintner like Sean Roney. His successful Washington, D.C. career in law defending domestic violence victims was shaken […]

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