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Tag: Jackson Family Wines

Afternoon Brief, September 9

Afternoon Brief, September 9

The Most Expensive Non-California Wines in the US: Where does the most expensive wine in the United States come from? And who’s making it…

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Afternoon Brief, September 8

Afternoon Brief, September 8

Jackson Family Wines Shows Industry Leadership with Launch of Sustainability Report and 2021 Goals: “We are committed to being leaders in responsible winemaking, and are sharing the story of our journey with others to inspire and inform,” the Jackson Family states in the opening letter of the sustainability report…

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Jackson Family Wines Shows Industry Leadership with Launch of Sustainability Report and 2021 Goals

Jackson Family Wines Shows Industry Leadership with Launch of Sustainability Report and 2021 Goals

“We are committed to being leaders in responsible winemaking, and are sharing the story of our journey with others to inspire and inform,” the Jackson Family states in the opening letter of the sustainability report. The purpose of the report is to both evaluate the progress made by Jackson Family Wines’ (JFW) sustainability effort up […]

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Afternoon Brief, September 6

Afternoon Brief, September 6

Margrit Biever Mondavi Dies at Age 91: Margrit Mondavi of Napa Valley, widow to Robert G. Mondavi and pioneer of the modern-day California wine industry bringing art and culture to the industry, died today…

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Afternoon Brief, August 5

Afternoon Brief, August 5

Global Demand for Wine Packaging to Reach $22.8 Billion: Global demand for wine packaging including containers, closures, and accessories is projected to increase 2.3 percent per year to $22.8 billion in 2020…

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Afternoon Brief, May 16

Afternoon Brief, May 16

Jackson Family Wines Buys Sonoma’s Copaín: Jackson Family Wines is continuing its recent Pinot Noir buying spree, acquiring the Sonoma winery Copaín, it announced today…

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Afternoon Brief, May 12

Afternoon Brief, May 12

America Without Tiers – Changing Wine Distribution: America’s three-tier system can be frustrating but, asks Liza B. Zimmerman, what would life be like without it?

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Afternoon Brief, April 22

Afternoon Brief, April 22

California Drought Update; April Showers in NorCal; and La Niña Looms: With the formerly powerful El Niño event now fading in the tropical Pacific and most of California’s traditional rainy season now behind us, it’s a good time to consider the modest drought relief that occurred in California this past winter…

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Afternoon Brief, April 21

Afternoon Brief, April 21

California Vintners Grapple with New State Law on Worker Payments: Vintners are still grappling with a new state law that mandates additional pay provisions if they compensate employees by how much they pick rather than through a straight hourly wage…

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Second Annual California Green Medal: Sustainable Winegrowing Leadership Awards Announced

Second Annual California Green Medal: Sustainable Winegrowing Leadership Awards Announced

SAN FRANCISCO — Recipients of the second annual California Green Medal: Sustainable Winegrowing Leadership Awards were announced and honored at a lunch reception and ceremony April 20 in Sacramento. The California Green Medal, developed to showcase leading wineries and vineyards committed to sustainability, is presented by the California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance, the California Association of […]

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Afternoon Brief, April 18

Afternoon Brief, April 18

Jackson Family Wines Acquires Oregon’s Penner-Ash Wine Cellars: California-based wine company Jackson Family Wines is further expanding its footprint in Oregon, already 1,300 acres and five wineries strong, announcing Monday that it has reached an agreement to purchase Penner-Ash Wine Cellars…

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Afternoon Brief, January 21

Afternoon Brief, January 21

Silicon Valley Bank Predicts 2016 Decline in Wine Consumption After Decades of Growth: Total and per-capita U.S. consumption to see first drop in more than 20 years; Domestic fine wine shows modest sales growth…

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Afternoon Brief, December 4

Afternoon Brief, December 4

North Coast Wineries See Opportunities, Challenges Ahead in 2016: The North Coast wine industry remains in a relatively strong position going into 2016 despite a much lighter grape harvest this year and persistent environmental concerns, especially as its water use comes under greater scrutiny in a drought era, industry analysts said Thursday…

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Afternoon Brief, November 18

Afternoon Brief, November 18

Jackson Family Wines Joins Beverage Industry Environmental Roundtable: The Beverage Industry Environmental Roundtable welcomes Jackson Family Wines, a leading international, luxury wine company, as its newest member…

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Afternoon Brief, October 30

Afternoon Brief, October 30

Tigner, Reimers Promoted to Top Positions at Jackson Family Wines: Jackson Family Wines on Thursday announced it has promoted two top executives outside the family of founder Jess Jackson to help navigate the Santa Rosa company’s future in an increasingly competitive and consolidated marketplace…

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