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Tag: Climate Change

Afternoon Brief, August 4

Afternoon Brief, August 4

Wine brand heritage doesn’t matter, Glossing the Rex Goliath effect:
The success of newer US wine brands such as Rex Goliath and Barefoot suggests a new generation places less value on provenance and heritage than on what the drinks say about them…

Afternoon Brief July 16

Afternoon Brief July 16

Wine corks may owe quality to gene activity: Even the most superb wine won’t last without its cork, but the quality of this renewable oaken resource has nose-dived in recent years. A new genetic study of trees that produce high- and low-quality cork divulges some clues behind this decline, hinting at a possible link to climate change…

Afternoon Brief July 14

Afternoon Brief July 14

Direct to Consumer Sales Fails to Lift the Wine Industry: The DTC movement is a wonderful idea, and there is no doubt that as regulations soften and technological efficiencies prevail, it will be a sustainable revenue stream going forward. That day is not today…

Afternoon Brief, April 28

Afternoon Brief, April 28

Study links California drought to global warming:
Now a study is asserting a link between climate change and both the intensifying California drought and the polar vortex blamed for a harsh winter that mercifully has just ended in many places…

Afternoon Brief, March 19

Afternoon Brief, March 19

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Trending Story: Wine.com Hires Wilfred Wong to Expand Research, Grow Social Media, and Make Wine More Accessible Wine.com, the nations #1 online wine retailer, today announced the addition of Wilfred Wong to its San Francisco-based team… Today’s News Ancient Vineyard Unearthed In Cambridge United Kingdom A 2,000 year-old irrigation system […]

Afternoon Brief, Feb 14

Afternoon Brief, Feb 14

Trending Story: US Labels Leading Non-European Fine Wines Earlier this week (10 February) the first analysis of Liv-exs new multi-region index showed that Italian wines, particularly Gaja, were bucking an unusual January slump in fine wine trading… Today’s News Healdsburg may use treated wastewater for vineyards The historic drought and the emphasis on conserving potable water is bringing new […]

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Afternoon Brief, Feb 13

Afternoon Brief, Feb 13

Trending Story: Treasury Wine could deliver $2bn through US division sale: Merrill Lynch Treasury Wine Estates is under renewed pressure to sell its troubled US division after a report from Merrill Lynch analyst David Errington declared the company could deliver at least $2 billion… Today’s News Climate Change, Winter Storms, and the Future of European […]

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Afternoon Brief, Nov. 26

Afternoon Brief, Nov. 26

Trending Story: Sequencing study lifts veil on wine’s microbial terroir Its widely accepted that terroir the unique blend of a vineyards soils, water and climate sculpts the flavor and quality of wine. Now a new study led by UC Davis researchers offers evidence that grapes and the wines they produce are also the product of […]

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