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Afternoon Brief, January 2

Afternoon Brief, January 2

The Hispanic Consumer Is Key to the Future of the Wine Industry: The growth of the Latino population in the United States is well documented and we know that it will continue to expand. This reality will provide opportunities for growth for many industries, notably in the food and beverage sector …

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Redeeming Utah: A Model of Virtue in the New Era of Direct-to-Consumer Wine?

Redeeming Utah: A Model of Virtue in the New Era of Direct-to-Consumer Wine?

More often than not, when the topic of Utah liquor laws arises—among those who drink in Utah, that is—a river of laments will follow. It’s only natural. Limited shelf selections at state wine stores, aesthetically bland retail experiences (so brick, so mortar!), the enduring peculiarities of the on-premise consumption of alcoholic beverages and, alas, the lowest blood alcohol limit for drivers in the nation (to take effect in December), all account for the bewilderment.

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Putting Women, Indie Grapes and Utah First in Wine Imports

Putting Women, Indie Grapes and Utah First in Wine Imports

SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 10, 2018 — Utah wine importer Terrestoria is dedicating its second year of operations to the cardinal points of its portfolio by declaring 2018 Year of Indigenous Grapes and Women in Wine. According to the company’s founder Stephanie Cuadra, what the wine industry and consumers both need —now more than ever—is […]

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Afternoon Brief, May 10

Afternoon Brief, May 10

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: China Is Building a Disney World for Wine At Chateau Changyu Reina, honey-colored brick towers enclose wide cobbled courtyards, and vast, wood-beamed halls look as if they are prepared to host an imminent medieval banquet… Today’s News: Grapevine Killing Insect Could Threaten Napa Wine Industry: Agriculture Commissioner […]

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Afternoon Brief, August 29

Afternoon Brief, August 29

Impact-Napa Conference Focuses on Past, Present and Future of Napa Valley:
With Sundays earthquake still fresh on peoples mind, members of the wine growing community gathered at Napas Meritage Resort & Spa for the North Bay Business Journals annual Impact: Napa conference…