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Tag: Jackson Family Wines

Afternoon Brief, July 25

Afternoon Brief, July 25

Vintner Jim Fetzer closing Ceago Vinegarden:
Jim Fetzer, who worked along with his family to create their namesake wine and then later started his own Lake County winery noted for its unique biodynamic farming, has announced his retirement…

Afternoon Brief, July 22

Afternoon Brief, July 22

New Rodney Strong Winery Installation Optimized for Quality and Economy: Last year the old 11,500 square foot warehouse behind the main Rodney Strong Winery building was used exclusively for storage, but today its a state of the art winemaking facility nearly ready for harvest…

Afternoon Brief, June 24

Afternoon Brief, June 24

Family Wineries More Likely to be Environmentally Sustainable Too:
Family owners who intend to pass down their businesses to the next generation are more likely to invest in sustainable practices than non-family business owners, according to a study published in Family Business Review…

Afternoon Brief, May 27

Afternoon Brief, May 27

St. Helena wine consultant sued for $1.6 million:
A vintner is suing a wine consultant for $1.6 million, alleging he was negligent when he failed to produce a new top-quality cult wine, according to court records filed in Napa County Superior Court…

Afternoon Brief, May 9

Afternoon Brief, May 9

Craft Beverage Expo Draws 1,300 Attendees to Launch Event in San Jose, California:
More than 1,300 attendees, who are members of the artisan wine, craft beer, craft spiritsand craft cider industries, gathered May 6-8 in San Jose, Calif., for the inaugural Craft Beverage Expo…

Afternoon Brief, May 8

Afternoon Brief, May 8

Healdsburg gets OK to use treated wastewater for vineyards:
After months of delay, Healdsburg finally has approval to use reclaimed water from its sewer treatment plant to irrigate vineyards in a wide swath beyond the city…

Afternoon Brief, May 5

Afternoon Brief, May 5

Truett-Hurst selects new partner for wine distribution in Canada:
Truett-Hurst, a US-based company that focuses on sales, marketing and production of wines, has entered into a distribution partnership with Canadian wine agency Trialto Wine Group…

Afternoon Brief, Mar. 10

Afternoon Brief, Mar. 10

Trending Story: Adapted Space Technology Promises Huge Benefits for Wineries and Breweries Advanced bio-technology can significantly reduce the cost of water treatment for wineries and make them more sustainable by reducing their energy consumption… Today’s News Global Prosecco Sales Overtake Champagne According to figures released by the Italian Sparkling Wine Observatory (OVSE) last Friday, Prosecco […]

Afternoon Brief, Jan. 21

Afternoon Brief, Jan. 21

Trending Story: 100% Cork Launches Campaign to Help Wineries Gain Market Share with the Use of Cork 100% Cork, the movement to educate wine drinkers and wine makers about the social, technical and environmental benefits of natural cork, is launching a new campaign to show all wineries how they can increase their revenues and market […]

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Afternoon Brief, Jan. 16

Afternoon Brief, Jan. 16

  Trending Story: Special yeast reduce alcohol, improve wine A team of Australian researchers has taken a giant step towards controlling a growing problem in the wine community. They have identified special yeast that produce a lower level of alcohol, helping to preserve the flavor… Today’s News Silicon Valley Bank: The 2014 State Of The […]

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Afternoon Brief, Jan. 6

Afternoon Brief, Jan. 6

Trending Story: California Grape Area Being Ripped Up for Almonds, Ciatti Says Californian grape vines are being ripped up as drought forces farmers to switch to higher yielding crops such as almonds and other nut and tree fruits, wine broker Ciatti Co. said… Today’s News Cabernet now worlds most planted grape Cabernet Sauvignon is the […]

Afternoon Brief, Dec. 20

Afternoon Brief, Dec. 20

Trending Story: Jackson Family Wines Purchases Acclaimed Spring Mountain District Estate Jackson Family Wines has acquired the Yverdon Vineyard and Winery, located in the Spring Mountain District AVA in Napa Valley, from Terra Valentine owners Angus and Margaret Wurtele… Today’s News VinoVisit is Now Available for Both Wineries and Consumers at No Cost VinoVisit.com, the […]

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Jackson Family Wines Purchases Acclaimed Spring Mountain District Estate

Jackson Family Wines Purchases Acclaimed Spring Mountain District Estate

St. Helena, Calif., December 20, 2013—Jackson Family Wines has acquired the Yverdon Vineyard and Winery, located in the Spring Mountain District AVA in Napa Valley, from Terra Valentine owners Angus and Margaret Wurtele. The transaction consisted of the 77-acre property, which included the Yverdon Vineyard, Winery and Villa. The purchase marks the company’s first acquisition […]

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