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Afternoon Brief, January 7

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, June 13

Afternoon Brief, June 13

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Napa’s Watershed C Vote at a Standstill Poor voter response, mail-in ballots and bureaucracy stall a decision on a major agricultural provision… Today’s News: New Tools to Limit Wine Spoilage Interaction of temperature and ethanol appears key to controlling Brett… An MBA in Wine Is a Shortcut […]

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Afternoon Brief, June 11

Afternoon Brief, June 11

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Cannabis and Wine, Unlikely Bedfellows Fall Under Similar Scrutiny As Sonoma County Supervisors weigh and discuss how the cannabis industry should be regulated, concern is rising that those regulations could in turn affect other agricultural industries in the county… Today’s News: Technology Advances Farming and Winemaking Practices […]

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Afternoon Brief, May 25

Afternoon Brief, May 25

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: United States Takes Action Against Canadian Trade Measures That Discriminate Against U.S. Wine U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and Trade Representative Robert E. Lighthizer announced today that the Trump Administration has requested that the World Trade Organization establish a dispute settlement panel to examine unfair regulations […]

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Afternoon Brief, February 27

Afternoon Brief, February 27

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Paradise Ridge Winery Faces Rebuild Challenges After Santa Rosa Fire If plans work out, visitors could start returning to Paradise Ridge Winery’s vineyard and sculpture garden in north Santa Rosa in coming months, but it likely will take longer than that for the return of the tasting […]

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Afternoon Brief, February 21

Afternoon Brief, February 21

Sonoma County Grape Growers Battle Frost After Early Bud Break
Below-freezing temperatures that can damage Sonoma County’s $575 million grape crop before it even develops are prompting some growers to launch an unusually early campaign to protect their vineyards from frost…

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Afternoon Brief, October 31

Afternoon Brief, October 31

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Acquisitions Impact on North Coast Grape Growers Hard to Predict Due to Market “Hesitation” Glenn Proctor has been in the business of predicting market trends for the wine industry for thirty plus years, and he’s seen his share of ups and downs… Today’s News: Wine Business Institute […]

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Afternoon Brief, October 16

Afternoon Brief, October 16

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Fires Won’t Destroy California Wine Industry Fires are still burning in northern California as you read this, and people’s homes are still endangered. That said, it’s time to look at what the deadly wildfires will mean for the region’s wine industry, the most important in North America… […]

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Afternoon Brief, September 13

Afternoon Brief, September 13

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Napa Supervisors Agree on New Winery Rule-Breaker Policies Napa County supervisors are almost finished sharpening rules to deal with rural winery rule-breakers, with March 27 set to become a red-letter date… Today’s News: Experts Fear Global Wine Industry Lags Dangerously Behind in Embracing Social Media “We have […]

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Afternoon Brief, September 11

Afternoon Brief, September 11

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Torrid Temperatures Shrivel California Wine Grapes to Raisins Humans weren’t the only ones caught off guard and uncomfortable by the Bay Area’s Labor Day weekend heat spike. Wine grapes, unaccustomed to those temperatures at this time of year, were left shriveling on the vines… Today’s News: Rosé […]

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Afternoon Brief, June 27

Afternoon Brief, June 27

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: The One Shift in Thinking About Wine That Could Help Professionals Everywhere It is not our job to drink wine. It is our job to sell wine, or write about it, or make it, or market it. That was the lightbulb moment, as I interviewed Isabel Guisilasti […]

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Afternoon Brief, June 12

Afternoon Brief, June 12

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Constellation Brands Has Better Options Than Rumored Brown-Forman Deal Earlier this week, Brown-Forman was rising on news Constellation Brands wanted to buy the Jack Daniels maker. Brown-Forman is said to have rebuffed the offer… Today’s News: New Oversight of Groundwater Taking Shape in Sonoma County Vickie Mulas, […]

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Afternoon Brief, January 30

Afternoon Brief, January 30

Is the Intelligent Vineyard the Future of Winegrape Growing?: Phil Asmundson is by no means a veteran viticulturist, but a half-dozen years ago, after watching his wife and business partner, Kim, augering soil samples, he recalls turning to her and saying, “No offense, but there’s got to be a better way”…

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Afternoon Brief, January 16

Afternoon Brief, January 16

Sustainable Sonoma Wine Could Fetch $7-a-Bottle More, Survey Says: U.S. wine consumers are willing to pay more for wine – up to several dollars more per bottle – produced using “sustainable” practices, according to new research presented at a Sonoma County grapegrower seminar in Santa Rosa on Thursday…

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Afternoon Brief, December 29

Afternoon Brief, December 29

10 Timeless Lessons About Business from the Founders of the Biggest Wine Brand in America: Last month I had the pleasure of interviewing Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey, the founders of the world’s most popular wine brand, Barefoot Wine…

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