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Afternoon Brief, February 7

Afternoon Brief, February 7

Tasting Room Trend Review and Forecast: What Flipped and What Flopped: Through findings from our Performance Tracker and Benchmarking Tracker tools, we see 2018 trends that worked (and didn’t work.) What’s unique about us and our study is that we know the winery story behind the data, so we are able to recommend best practices, tips, and tactics…

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Afternoon Brief, November 14

Afternoon Brief, November 14

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Paul Hobbs Winery Buys Alexander Valley Vineyard Silverado Investment and Management Company has sold vineyard property to Paul Hobbs Winery of Sebastopol. The sale was announced by Zepponi & Company, a Santa Rosa-based merger and acquisition advisory firm… Today’s News: Trial Shows Amino Acid Based Nutrients to […]

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Afternoon Brief, May 3

Afternoon Brief, May 3

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Trending Story: Kroger Drops Plan to Charge Alcohol Suppliers for Shelf Display Kroger Co. has dropped a controversial plan to charge alcohol suppliers for how it organizes beer, wine and liquor on store shelves… Today’s News: eBay Celebrates the Launch of Its Wine Category with Exclusive “Wine and Dine” Charity […]

Afternoon Brief, January 12

Afternoon Brief, January 12

AB InBev Caught Up in Illegal Tax Break: At least 35 multinational companies, including brewer AB InBev, are being ordered to pay a total of 700 million (£525m) after benefitting from an illegal tax break in Belgium…

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Afternoon Brief, January 6

Afternoon Brief, January 6

More Californians Preparing for Severe El Nino Flood Risk: Residents Purchase 28,000 New Flood Insurance Policies in California: The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) today released new data on National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Policies, showing an increase of more than 20,000 new NFIP Policies written in California during the month of November 2015…

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Afternoon Brief, December 23

Afternoon Brief, December 23

Global Warming Creating New Cool Climate Regions: Climate change is widening the limits of the latitude or altitude at which wine grape growing is economically possible and creating new cool climate regions, says one expert working in the field…

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Afternoon Brief, November 17

Afternoon Brief, November 17

Wine Spectator’s Full Top 100 List Revealed: Each year, Wine Spectator editors survey the wines reviewed over the previous 12 months and select our Top 100, based on quality, value, availability and excitement…

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Afternoon Brief, November 11

Afternoon Brief, November 11

California’s Wine Industry Heading for a Fall? The decline in Bordeaux prices means many Californian wines are now at a premium, but how much longer can that last?

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Afternoon Brief, October 8

Afternoon Brief, October 8

Cabernet Outgrows Chardonnay Off-Premise Sales in Long Term Projection: Over the last year the volume of Cabernet Sauvignon sold off-premise grew 4.8% compared to a 0.7% growth for Chardonnay, which has been the biggest varietal wine for decades, but may now have a serious threat to its dominance…

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Afternoon Brief, September 16

Afternoon Brief, September 16

Beverage Diversification Key to Success in Competitive Marketplace: There’s little doubt that the alcohol beverage industry is shifting. Consider this… tasting room menus in upstate New York are as likely to offer craft beer samples as Riesling or Cabernet Franc these days…

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