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Afternoon Brief, January 7

Organic Grape Growing Harms Vineyard Soil, Says a Consumer Advocacy Group: According to the pro-science consumer advocacy group, American Council on Science and Health (ACSH), organic wine may not be good for the earth-or at the very least, it's bad for the local vineyard soil...

Afternoon Brief, November 28

Florida the Latest Battleground for Interstate Shipping: Midwestern attorney Robert Epstein is on a mission to open up as many states as possible to interstate shipping. "We have pending cases in Missouri, Illinois and Michigan, which is now on appeal," one of the Indianapolis-based founders of Epstein, Cohen, Seif & Flora shares...

Afternoon Brief, September 12

Beloved California Vintner Ulises Valdez Dies at 49: Ulises Valdez, who emigrated from Mexico to work as a vineyard laborer in Sonoma County, then rose to become one of California's most renowned vineyard managers and founder of his own family winery, died early this morning of a heart attack. He was 49...

“Dahlonega Plateau” Named an Official Viticultural Area

The AVA designation is the first with sole Georgia boundaries Dahlonega, Ga. (July 25, 2018) – Long regarded as "The Heart of Georgia Wine Country,”...

Afternoon Brief, June 21

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Is Originality Overpriced When It Comes to Wine? Replica Wine, a Colorado company, is reverse-engineering famous wines to...

Afternoon Brief, June 19

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: The Devil Seeks Forgiveness from Merlot The man who single-handedly slaughtered the great grape's reputation fronts up to...

Afternoon Brief, May 15

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Lasers Battle Birds in Sonoma County Vineyard Scarecrows, raptors and robotic facsimiles, propane cannons, reflective flags, netting -...

Afternoon Brief, November 13

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Wine Spectator to Unveil Top 100 Wines of 2017 After tasting more than 16,000 wines from vineyards around...

Afternoon Brief, August 2

Wine & Weed Symposium Offers Pot of Gold Bud break is taking on a whole new meaning in California, where voters legalized the recreational use of cannabis in November. Opportunities form the focus of the Wine & Weed Symposium, which takes place on August 3 at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel in Santa Rosa, California...

Afternoon Brief, July 14

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Vineyard Robot Prototype to Debut at FutureFarm Expo in Oregon Seeking to solve the chronic labor shortage problem...

Afternoon Brief, July 13

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Bordeaux's Most Expensive Wines It's not often "Bordeaux" crops up in the same sentence as "bargain" - especially...

Announcing the Release of “Georgia: A Guide to the Cradle of...

Vinologue is pleased to announce the release of the newest title in its collection of wine guides: "Georgia: A guide to the cradle of...

Afternoon Brief, March 29

Courtwatch: Charles Banks Sued His Mayacamas Vineyards Partners After He Was Indicted in Texas Wine investor Charles Banks created a stir in 2013 when he purchased iconic Mayacamas Vineyards, as a personal investment, in partnership with members of the Schottenstein family Columbus, Ohio-based retail giants...

Afternoon Brief, October 31

Wineries’ Impact Brings Taste of Bitterness to Sonoma Campaign: A supervisors race between two liberal candidates in Sonoma County has turned into a good ol' Wine Country brawl amid fear that the region is too quickly transforming into a pricey, water-sucking theme park for the almighty grape...

Afternoon Brief, September 16

DTC Shipments Surge, Total Wine Sales Strong: A microalgae found in the sea off Brittany's coastline can wipe-out key vine diseases with new scientific tests in France showing 100% efficiency in destroying Downey Mildew...