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Afternoon Brief, February 13

Afternoon Brief, February 13

What Makes This Year’s ProWein So Special? It’s the Silver Anniversary – In advance of March’s ProWein, the annual trade fair in Düsseldorf, Germany, Wine Enthusiast’s Contributing Editor Anne Krebiehl MW spoke with Eva Rowe, vice president of Messe Düsseldorf North America, the U.S. arm of ProWein’s organizers …

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Afternoon Brief, February 1

Afternoon Brief, February 1

Malibu Winery Sues Electricity Company After Fire: Cielo Farms winery, along with multiple homeowners, filed a suit at the Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday (29 January), blaming Southern California Edison (SCE) for the losses caused by the Woolsey Fire …

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Afternoon Brief, September 27

Afternoon Brief, September 27

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Oxygen Transfer Rates: Small Amounts Can Mean Big Differences to Wine Sensory Profiles Gone are the days when screw caps and synthetic cork wine closures automatically translated to inferior wine… Today’s News: New Law on Winery Social Media Ads for Certain Retailer-Hosted Events Governor Brown recently signed […]

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Afternoon Brief, June 26

Afternoon Brief, June 26

Are Napa, Sonoma Vineyards Getting too Pricey?
At a wine industry event about 10 years ago, there was a lot of discussion about top Napa Valley vineyards setting new records, with some selling for as much as $300,000 an acre…

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Sterling Creativeworks Announces Webinar for Craft Beverage Producers

Sterling Creativeworks Announces Webinar for Craft Beverage Producers

Napa , C A (M a y 3, 2016) — Cynthia Sterling, Principal and Creative Director of Sterling Creativeworks and author of “Branding: Distilled,” invites craft beverage producers to join her and a unique panel for a free 60 minute webinar at 1:00 PM PDT on Thursday, May 12th, that will focus on finding a […]

Afternoon Brief, September 24

Afternoon Brief, September 24

When Cigarettes Cost More, People Drink Less. Except for Wine:
For those who count Don Draper among their TV loves (or love-to-hates), it comes as no surprise that drinking and smoking go hand in hand…

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Afternoon Brief, August 27

Afternoon Brief, August 27

Federal Aid May be Extended to California Winemakers:
The nation’s premier wine-producing region is assessing damage from the strongest earthquake to strike northern California in 25 years and may receive aid from the federal government…

Proposed Federal Budget Raises Concerns About Excise Taxes on Wine

Proposed Federal Budget Raises Concerns About Excise Taxes on Wine

By Elizabeth Hans McCrone When talks resume in January on the president’s 2014 budget proposal, there are some in the industry who fear that an excise tax increase on wine could be included as a means to add revenue to the federal coffers. Excise taxes are indirect taxes collected by federal, state and local governments […]

By November 25, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
Government Shutdown Creates Huge Compliance Backlog for Wine Industry

Government Shutdown Creates Huge Compliance Backlog for Wine Industry

By Elizabeth Hans McCrone  If the House and Senate are able to avert Thursday’s debt ceiling deadline and come to some type of an agreement, the country might breathe a collective sigh of relief – but for the wine industry, the crisis is far from over. The government shutdown that has taken the Alcohol and […]

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