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Afternoon Brief, November 28

Afternoon Brief, November 28

Free Flow Wines Sparkles with Innovation on Tap and Beyond the Keg: Free Flow Wines saw the rising popularity of sparkling wines and the category’s particular challenges for delivering an optimal by the glass experience as an opportunity to expand the portfolio of services they offer, and their innovative work to create a sparkling keg program for wineries was recognized with a 2016 WINnovation Award…

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Afternoon Brief, November 22

Afternoon Brief, November 22

How Millennials Are Breaking Down Class Barriers Post Brexit and Trump: Food – and wine in particular – are the next industries to see similar disruption because, according to John Gillespie of the Wine Market Council, Millennials are the largest wine consuming generation…

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Afternoon Brief, November 18

Afternoon Brief, November 18

Sonoma’s ‘Worst Road’ Gets a Winery: It took a four-and-a-half-hour meeting, over 20 public speakers and sometimes testy exchanges between county officials, but on Tuesday the Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 to approve the final EIR for Belden Barns, the proposed 55-acre winery and creamery at 5561 Sonoma Mountain Road…

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TTB Opens Public Comment Period on Proposed Petaluma Gap AVA

TTB Opens Public Comment Period on Proposed Petaluma Gap AVA

Petaluma, California, October 28, 2016 – The Federal Government’s Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) has announced that they will open the public docket for the proposed Petaluma Gap AVA (American Viticultural Area). This starts the 60-day public comment period, which will close December 27, 2016. The public will be able to read the proposed […]

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Afternoon Brief, October 27

Afternoon Brief, October 27

Kansas Authorities Arrest Man for Fraud After Thousands of Dollars Worth of Napa Wine Disappears: Three Napa wineries may finally get some of their gold-medal winning wine worth tens of thousands of dollars back after James Allen Hall was arrested Friday in Wichita, Kansas…

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Afternoon Brief, October 4

Afternoon Brief, October 4

Bulgheroni Buys Former Harlan St. Helena Winery: International vintner Alejandro P. Bulgheroni acquired a former Harlan winery in St. Helena and plans for to renovate it for a new winery…

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Afternoon Brief, September 13

Afternoon Brief, September 13

Jackson Family Wines Purchases Alexander Valley’s Field Stone Winery: Best known for its old-vine Petite Sirah, the Field Stone vineyard was first planted in 1894…

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Afternoon Brief, September 9

Afternoon Brief, September 9

The Most Expensive Non-California Wines in the US: Where does the most expensive wine in the United States come from? And who’s making it…

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Afternoon Brief, August 26

Afternoon Brief, August 26

French Wine Production to Fall 10% This Year After Fierce Spring Weather: Fierce storms that hit France in April will help to push wine production down by more than 10% this year, the ministry of agriculture has said…

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Afternoon Brief, August 22

Afternoon Brief, August 22

Wine in Kegs: This Time, Are They Here to Stay?
: Wine in kegs is an ancient concept that has been ongoing in many parts of Europe…

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Afternoon Brief, April 26

Afternoon Brief, April 26

Rep. Mike Thompson Introduces Tax Bill to Benefit U.S. Wine Industry: North Coast Rep. Mike Thompson proposed a series of federal tax breaks Monday for the U.S. wine industry, including a proposal to slash a tax on sparkling wine that has lingered since the aftermath of Prohibition…

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Afternoon Brief, March 16

Afternoon Brief, March 16

How Character-Driven Labels Are Driving Wine Sales: As the wine aisles swell with an ever-rising sea of brands, wine producers are looking to increasingly rich and imaginative narratives on which to build their brands…

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Afternoon Brief, March 4

Afternoon Brief, March 4

El Niño’s Long-Awaited Grand Performance Is on Its Way to California
: After a crushingly dry February, it looks as if early to mid-March is likely to bring California some of the serious moisture it needs from the 2015-16 El Niño event, and perhaps some unwanted flooding and mudslides…

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Afternoon Brief, February 29

Afternoon Brief, February 29

El Niño Heads Back to California This Week After Hiatus: El Niño storms could blanket central and northern California this week following a mostly February dry spell, according to meteorologist Terry Snow of the Weather Advisory Service…

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Afternoon Brief, February 22

Afternoon Brief, February 22

Peter Mondavi, Napa Valley Wine Pioneer, Dies at 101: Peter Mondavi Sr., a Napa Valley pioneer who steered his family’s Charles Krug Winery through more than a half-century of revolutionary change in the American wine industry, died Feb. 20 at his home in St. Helena, on the Charles Krug estate, surrounded by his family…

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