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Tag: New Mexico

Afternoon Brief, February 12

Afternoon Brief, February 12

Napa County, Bremer Family Winery Reach Lawsuit Settlement: Napa County and Bremer Family Winery settled a lawsuit brought by the county against the winery over alleged permit and code violations, ending a dispute that called into question how the county interprets older use permits…

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Afternoon Brief, February 4

Afternoon Brief, February 4

Should You Ignore What Your Customers Want? The Great Winemakers Do: Among French wines, Château Pétrus is legendary. Consumers pay over $1,000 for a single bottle. Talking with Christian Moueix, the owner and long-time winemaker of Pétrus, Kellogg’s Gregory Carpenter asked an innocent question: When crafting a wine, how do you think about the consumer?

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Afternoon Brief, December 12

Afternoon Brief, December 12

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Vintage Wine Estates Acquires Layer Cake, Cherry Pie, and If You See Kay Brands Vintage Wine Estates today announced an agreement to acquire three wine brands from Jayson Woodbridge: Layer Cake, Cherry Pie and If You See Kay. The deal is scheduled to close on January 2, […]

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Afternoon Brief, June 29

Afternoon Brief, June 29

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Wine Executive Charles Banks Sentenced to Four Years for Fraud Wine executive Charles Banks was sentenced to four years in federal prison yesterday for defrauding retired NBA star Tim Duncan of millions of dollars … Today’s News: Constellation Brands Revenue Rises Three Percent on Beer Boost Despite […]

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Afternoon Brief, March 21

Afternoon Brief, March 21

Distilled Spirits & Wine Demonstrate Strong Growth While Beer Continues Reinvention:
The distilled spirits, wine and beer industries continued to adapt to consumers’ changing attitudes towards beverage alcohol. Industry-wide premiumization kept pace with consumer interest in high-quality products. And Millennials continued to drive expansion and migrate toward brands with heritage, authenticity and quality…

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Afternoon Brief, February 7

Afternoon Brief, February 7

eBay Partners with WineDirect to Support Thousands of Small and Medium Sized Wineries and Grow the Wine Marketplace for Consumers: Today, eBay announced a partnership with WineDirect bringing wine from around the world to its eBay Wine marketplace destination. The new partnership with WineDirect, the industry leader in direct-to-consumer services for wineries, provides consumers direct access to inventory for these wineries, including wines not normally available online…

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Afternoon Brief, January 17

Afternoon Brief, January 17

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Trending Story: Meritage – Death of a Marketing Label As searches for the term enter a terminal tailspin, W. Blake Gray asks why producers still call wines Meritage… Today’s News: Will Boomers Keep Buying Wine? The title of this piece is the question all wine companies should be asking today, […]

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Roadrunner Food Bank and St. Clair Winery Aim to Solve Hunger in NM

Roadrunner Food Bank and St. Clair Winery Aim to Solve Hunger in NM

Las Cruces, NM (March ­ 2016) – This month St. Clair Winery will host a wine and food event to promote to the public in a unique way. The New Mexico Winery will use their 2012 Bistro Red as an avenue to raise funds in partnership with Roadrunner Food Bank. “Through the partnership, St. Clair has pledged […]

St. Clair Winery Earns Recognition From OSHA

St. Clair Winery Earns Recognition From OSHA

Beginning at noon on Thursday, March 10, Southwest Wines Inc., doing business as, St. Clair Winery will be recognized by Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) in an induction ceremony to commemorate participation in the Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP).   The SHARP recognizes small employers who operate an exemplary safety and health […]

Afternoon Brief, May 19

Afternoon Brief, May 19

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Trending Story: Congress Moves to Protect U.S. Wines from Canadian Tariffs Rep. Mike Conaway (R-TX), Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, has introduced bipartisan legislation to repeal Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) for certain cuts of meat to avoid retaliatory tariffs on a variety of U.S. exports to Canada and […]

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Afternoon Brief, April 21

Afternoon Brief, April 21

Water into wine: How California vintners conserve H20: Local grape growers, especially those with a sustainability focus, haven’t just started paying attention to water use, says Steve Sangiacomo, one of three third-generation siblings running Sangiacomo Family Vineyards south of Sonoma…

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Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces Partnering with New Mexico Wine Growers

Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces Partnering with New Mexico Wine Growers

Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces Offers Unique Southwestern Wine Destination ALBUQUERQUE, NM – (April 21, 2015) – Heritage Hotels and Resorts, Inc. are teaming with the city of Las Cruces to celebrate the region’s long history of winemaking.  As part of the upcoming Southern New Mexico, Wine Festival, Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces (www.hotelencanto.com) is […]

Afternoon Brief, March 3

Afternoon Brief, March 3

California sues Gallo Glass for use of hazardous materials in wine bottles: According to a lawsuit filed on behalf of the Department of Toxic Substance Control, California’s top prosecutor accuses the company of illegally using recycled hazardous dust laced with lead, arsenic, cadmium and selenium…

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Afternoon Brief, February 10

Afternoon Brief, February 10

The Preliminary California Grape Crush Report released today reveals the 2014 winegrape crush was down 7.9% to 3,910,178 from the 2013 record high winegrape crush of 4,245,852 tons…

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Afternoon Brief, October 28

Afternoon Brief, October 28

How bad is the California drought?:
Across California, from the manicured lawns of Beverly Hills to sun-baked farmers’ fields, they are praying for rain this winter. But “El Nino,” the weather phenomenon which sometimes brings storms, will be “weak” and “offer little help” to the desperately parched state…

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