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Afternoon Brief, February 28

Afternoon Brief, February 28

The Changing Face of Luxury Wine: Given current economic conditions, the high rollers seem to keep wining across the globe. Given the ever-higher stakes for luxury products across the world, there continues to be greater interest in luxury wines across all price points. However, surprisingly, there is still very little firm data out there as to what actually defines the luxury wine market …

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Afternoon Brief, November 6

Afternoon Brief, November 6

Jim Bernau Responds to Copper Cane’s Joe Wagner: The article regarding Oregon Vintners Pushing Back on Copper Cane’s Labels generated a lot of interest, as did last week’s Joe Wagner Responds: Copper Cane owner explains his side of the story, published by the Oregon Wine Press and included the daily roundup …

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Afternoon Brief, November 2

Afternoon Brief, November 2

Napa County Formulating New Rules for Winery Rule-Breakers: Once again, Napa County is poised to further deal with wineries that make too much wine, have too many visitors or otherwise break rules set out in their permits…

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Afternoon Brief, October 31

Afternoon Brief, October 31

Legal Strategies for Grape Growers When Wineries Talk ‘Smoke Taint’ After Wildfires: Following on last year’s Northern California firestorm in Napa, Lake, Sonoma, Mendocino, Butte and Solano counties, various North Bay regions have also seen wildfires in 2018…

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Grape Shortage Exacerbated as Growing Demand Collides with Bad Weather and Pests in the Mid-Atlantic

Grape Shortage Exacerbated as Growing Demand Collides with Bad Weather and Pests in the Mid-Atlantic

Kevin Atticks, the longtime executive director of the Maryland Wineries Association, has seen a rapid growth of wineries in his state and others around it the last 10 years. It’s a business model that continues to outpace vineyards, which cover 800 acres across Maryland with another 100 new acres not yet producing.

By August 29, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
Afternoon Brief, August 6

Afternoon Brief, August 6

French Wine Scientists Create ‘Supergrapes’ That Do Not Require Pesticides
French wine scientists have come up with four revolutionary supergrape varieties they say are impervious to rot and thus require almost no pesticides…

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Adaptation and Innovation Keep Oldest Mid-Atlantic Wineries Thriving

Adaptation and Innovation Keep Oldest Mid-Atlantic Wineries Thriving

How long has Jerry Forest been in the wine business? So long, in fact, that he can remember when his three wines were called Red, White and Rosé. So long, indeed, that there were only a handful of wineries operating across Pennsylvania, from Bucks County near Philadelphia where he was located, across to Lake Erie.

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Afternoon Brief, March 27

Afternoon Brief, March 27

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: TTB Targets Consignment Wine Sales The United States’ three-tier system – which was put in place upon the repeal of Prohibition in 1933 – has long legislated wine sales without seeming to always have a consistent coherent policy… Today’s News: North Coast AVAs Take Center Stage in […]

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Afternoon Brief, March 5

Afternoon Brief, March 5

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Two ‘Second Acts’ in the Napa Valley Wine Industry: The Araujo and Krupp Families Napa Valley has changed. Just ask the Araujos and the Krupps. The two families, whose names are today fixtures in the world of Napa wine, are starting over… Today’s News: Shaping a New, […]

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Maryland Wineries Association Announces Winners from the 29th Annual Maryland Governor’s Cup Competition

Maryland Wineries Association Announces Winners from the 29th Annual Maryland Governor’s Cup Competition

Over 150 Maryland-Grown Wines from Across the State Competed for Prestigious Award September 25, 2017 (Baltimore, MD) – The Maryland Wineries Association proudly announces the winners of the 29th Annual Maryland Governor’s Cup Competition. The judging for the prestigious awards took place on Sunday, August 13 at the Center Club in Baltimore, with over 30 […]

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Afternoon Brief, August 1

Afternoon Brief, August 1

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Consumers Short-Changed Again on Shipping Bad news for wine lovers, and Wine-Searcher users, in most of the United States: your ability to order wine may be about to be diminished… Today’s News: Are You Team Pinot or Team Pot? When the Wagner family bought property in Yamhill […]

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Afternoon Brief, July 31

Afternoon Brief, July 31

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: California Flip Flops on Wine Delivery Law Wine delivery apps have become big business as the delivery market has been transformed by technology over the past few years… Today’s News: Maryland Wine In Pursuit of Excellence Rob Deford knows about the footsteps he follows as owner and […]

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Maryland Wine In Pursuit of Excellence

Maryland Wine In Pursuit of Excellence

Still, getting noticed by the state’s consumers remains a work in progress, said Kevin Atticks, longtime executive director of the Maryland Wineries Association and founder of the Baltimore-area management firm called Grow & Fortify. That company also represents the state’s craft brewers and distillers.

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Afternoon Brief, May 4

Afternoon Brief, May 4

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Strained Relations – Wine Family Feuds One of the most agonizing experiences that any business faces is surely the transference of leadership and power… Today’s News: Your Website Visitors Are Telling You Everything You Need to Know – Are You Listening? Consumer website behavior provides much of […]

Afternoon Brief, April 11

Afternoon Brief, April 11

Global Wine Production Falls in 2016
World wine output dropped in 2016, with volumes in France and Argentina seeing the largest declines, an international wine body said Tuesday…

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