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Afternoon Brief, February 18

Afternoon Brief, February 18

What’s in a Name? AVA Overload: In a market jammed with producers desperate to stay (or become) relevant, winemakers are turning to the government in a desperate bid for desirability. Winemakers in the US and elsewhere are lining up to get the region in which they grow their grapes officially recognized…

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DTC Channel Is Reaching Maturity for Wine

DTC Channel Is Reaching Maturity for Wine

Larry Cormier, General Manager, ShipCompliance by Sovos, presented the topline results from their annual Direct to Consumer Wine Shipping Report based on the 8 million transactions a year filtered through ShipCompliant by Sovos at the DTC Wine Symposium Wednesday. The good news is that shipments broke the $3 billion mark in 2018 with continued growth […]

By January 23, 2019 0 Comments Read More →
Wine Shipments to Consumers Hit Record $3 Billion in 2018

Wine Shipments to Consumers Hit Record $3 Billion in 2018

2019 Direct-to-Consumer Wine Shipping Report highlights historic growth in prices, leading to 50% growth in value in three years (BOSTON) January 23, 2019 – Wineries shipped a record $3 billion worth of wine directly to consumers in 2018, according to the 2019 Direct-to-Consumer (DtC) Wine Shipping Report from Sovos and Wines Vines Analytics. The annual […]

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Afternoon Brief, December 19

Afternoon Brief, December 19

3-Tier Wine Symposium Announced: The Wine Industry Network (WIN) today announced the launch of the 3-Tier Wine Symposium, a one-day intensive educational conference focused on how to best navigate the evolving and complicated world of distributor relations along with how to capitalize on the opportunities that still exist in the wholesale channel …

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Afternoon Brief, June 7

Afternoon Brief, June 7

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Compounds Called Corklins Found in Cork-Stoppered Wines The interaction of wine and phenolics from cork stoppers produces compounds that positively affect the ageing of the product, and they have just been given name: Corklins… Today’s News: A Vineyard Fight Nearly Won Success against Pierce’s disease show the […]

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2018 ShipCompliant Wine Summit

2018 ShipCompliant Wine Summit

The 2018 ShipCompliant Wine Summit is our premier user conference that brings together many of our active product users. Now in it’s 13th year, the Summit will be providing the most current information on all things related to wine compliance. Filled with keynotes from industry experts, amazing breakout sessions, an exciting exhibition hall, one big […]

By May 31, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
Afternoon Brief June 10

Afternoon Brief June 10

A surprising market for North Coast wine grapes: The current market for California’s North Coast wine grapes is like nothing Brian Clements, vice president of Turrentine Brokerage, Novato, Calif. has seen in 25 years of matching sellers with buyers…

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Afternoon Brief, June 3

Afternoon Brief, June 3

Massive Wine Fraud Sting Nets Prominent Canadian Industry Figures: Montréal police arrested 12 individuals, many in the wine industry, last month in what authorities are calling “one of the most [significant] tax-evasion schemes referring to alcohol contraband in Quebec.”

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Afternoon Brief, April 29

Afternoon Brief, April 29

Controversial Hop Kiln and Hale Winery development decisions appealed: Two controversial decisions in an increasingly contentious battle over winery development in Sonoma County are being appealed, placing the issue squarely before the Board of Supervisors…

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Afternoon Brief, April 2

Afternoon Brief, April 2

Beringer Launches Category-Changing Method Of Consumer Sampling With Taste Station Program: This month Beringer unveils an industry-leading innovation that allows consumers to preview wine in stores without even taking a sip…

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Afternoon Brief, November 5

Afternoon Brief, November 5

New research predicts California droughts will worsen:
Future droughts in California are likely to bite deeper and last longer than the one now gripping the state, according to new research into the potential effects of climate change…

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Afternoon Brief, October 15

Afternoon Brief, October 15

Winning in U.S. wine: Pricing to maximize profit, avoid brand equity erosion:
The price of a bottle of wine has a critical impact on the positioning and profitability of a wine brand but marketers are often unsure when they should tweak price to optimize profit…

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Afternoon Brief, October 8

Afternoon Brief, October 8

TTB Establishes 11 New Viticultural Areas Within the Paso Robles Viticultural Area:
On Thursday, October 9, 2014, the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau will publish a final rule in Federal Register establishing 11 new American viticultural areas within the existing Paso Robles viticultural area in San Luis Obispo County, California…

Afternoon Brief, October 1

Afternoon Brief, October 1

America’s Thirst for Wine Insatiable, Despite Rise of Cocktails, Craft Beer:
Wine industry executives are worried about the growing interest in craft beer and spirits from America’s 20- and 30-somethings…

Afternoon Brief, September 24

Afternoon Brief, September 24

When Cigarettes Cost More, People Drink Less. Except for Wine:
For those who count Don Draper among their TV loves (or love-to-hates), it comes as no surprise that drinking and smoking go hand in hand…

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