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Afternoon Brief, February 14

Afternoon Brief, February 14

Treasury Wine Sees Revenue Jump 13% in First Half: Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) has revealed a strong set of numbers for its fiscal first half ended in December. Overall, the company posted a 13% revenue rise at constant currency to A$1.5 billion ($1.1b), while EBITS leapt 18% to A$338 million ($240m) …

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Afternoon Brief, February 11

Afternoon Brief, February 11

WineDirect Sues Former Employees for Allegedly Misappropriating Trade Secrets: WineDirect Inc. is suing two former employees for allegedly misappropriating trade secrets to benefit their e-commerce platform, according to the complaint …

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Afternoon Brief, February 1

Afternoon Brief, February 1

Malibu Winery Sues Electricity Company After Fire: Cielo Farms winery, along with multiple homeowners, filed a suit at the Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday (29 January), blaming Southern California Edison (SCE) for the losses caused by the Woolsey Fire …

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Afternoon Brief, January 28

Afternoon Brief, January 28

Winegrowers Instructed on ‘Future-Proofing’ Napa Wine in the Digital Age: Is Napas wine industry ready for the future? Paul Mabray thinks not. Mabray, CEO of market research company Emetry.io, offered this take at a Napa Valley Grapegrowers symposium Wednesday, ..

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Wine’s Most Inspiring People 2019: Washington’s Terroir Scientist and Explorer

Wine’s Most Inspiring People 2019: Washington’s Terroir Scientist and Explorer

“I was once like the Indiana Jones of Himalayan geology,” said Kevin Pogue PhD. He explains the cultural, political and topographical setting of his research sites in northwestern Pakistan would have made the famous fictional explorer feel right at home. World changes caused this Washington based geologist to turn his attentions from ancient lands across the globe to those under the vines. The vineyards of the Pacific Northwest have never been the same.

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Afternoon Brief, December 18

Afternoon Brief, December 18

Behind Wine Brand Kendall-Jackson’s Growing Direct-to-Consumer Strategy: Thirty-six-year-old family winery Kendall-Jackson has been selling select wines online at KJ.com since 2004. But with new attribution tools available, it has only recently begun to see a return-on-investment from selling direct-to-consumer …

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Afternoon Brief, December 17

Afternoon Brief, December 17

Farm Bill Contains Wine Provisions to Help Vintners: Federal farm bill contains provisions for wine industry. The $867 million federal farm bill recently passed by the U.S. Congress contains provisions that will benefit the domestic wine industry …

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Afternoon Brief, November 30

Afternoon Brief, November 30

Napa Vintner, Oregon Officials Meet to Defuse Wine-Labeling Dispute: Oregon regulators and a California winery accused of misrepresenting the Oregon origins of its bestselling pinot noir, an act which infuriated local winemakers, said Thursday after a preliminary meeting they’re hopeful they can resolve the dispute…

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Afternoon Brief, November 29

Afternoon Brief, November 29

Is Copper Safe for Wine? : It’s a top tool of organic grapegrowers. But is copper sulfate truly safe for vineyards…

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Afternoon Brief, November 27

Afternoon Brief, November 27

California Winery Should Lose Oregon Licenses for Label Violations, Says OLCC: California winery Copper Cane should lose its licenses to distribute wine or do retail business within the state of Oregon, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission has recommended…

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Afternoon Brief, November 12

Afternoon Brief, November 12

North Coast Wineries Bullish on Organic Grapes to Drive Growth: Walk down the aisle at the local Whole Foods Market or any other similar grocer. Almost everywhere you look, there are organic products on prominent display, from lettuce to macaroni and cheese to ice cream. But over at the wine section? Not so much…

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Afternoon Brief, November 8

Afternoon Brief, November 8

New Mondavi Plan Upsets Some Locals: Despite the passing of its two iconic founding brothers Robert and Peter and the sale of the Robert Mondavi Winery in 2004, the current and third generation of Mondavi family members continues to show a keen interest in the wine business …

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Afternoon Brief, October 19

Afternoon Brief, October 19

As North Coast Grape Harvest Nears End, Wine Industry Frets About Oversupply: As he walked around a cabernet sauvignon vineyard along a hilly stretch just west of Lake Sonoma this week, Clay Mauritson couldn’t help but be bullish about his 2018 grape vintage…

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Afternoon Brief, October 12

Afternoon Brief, October 12

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Somm Struck Off over Tasting Leak The man responsible for the cancellation and rescheduling of the Master Sommelier tasting test has still not been officially named, but Wine-Searcher understands that the person in question … Today’s News: Napa Valley Vintners Encourage Other Groups to Join Their Fight […]

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Afternoon Brief: September 26

Afternoon Brief: September 26

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Napa’s Bremer Case May Have Larger Winery Visitation Implications Napa Countys court case against Bremer Family Winery east of St. Helena has raised an issue that the county fears could roil its winery regulation waters… Today’s News: Sonoma City Council Left with Sour Taste over Tasting-Room Embargo […]

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