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Tuesday, July 23rd

06/12/19

If you talked with any grape growers or vineyard managers this spring, from Texas to Georgia, or north to Connecticut and west to Indiana, there was one word to describe the weather - wet. Rain ended the drought of last year in Texas, flooded the rivers in Missouri, and delayed spraying in vineyards in the Finger Lakes of New York and many other places east of the Rockies. Spring weather was late in arriving and the rainy days were frequent until late in May ...

06/12/19

The ability of Florida wine lovers to now legally receive wine shipments from out-of-state wine retailers and wine stores instead of only wineries means they will have access to hundreds of thousands of imported, small production, hard-to-find, rare and collectible wines that are not distributed in the state ...

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WineDirect report shows ecommerce sales have high average order value, yet represent the smallest share of orders across all sales channels

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With the aid of a last-minute $1 million donation, the 14th-annual Florida Panhandle event raised a record amount for local children's charities

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The two sent letters to U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer calling on the Trump administration to "do all it can to support the international competitiveness of U.S. agriculture" in talks with China and Japan. They were joined by 17 other federal lawmakers.

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The Family Coppola, including Francis Ford Coppola Winery and Virginia Dare Winery, join together with Sonoma County Vintners and Santa Rosa Junior College to offer a new entry-level, practical training course for students who wish to enter the Sonoma County wine industry this harvest season.

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Sbragia Family Vineyards winemaker Adam Sbragia continues his family's legacy in Dry Creek Valley, launching his own brand, Home Field Red Blend.

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RLOCreative's customizable labels are one of a kind and created specifically for commercial winemakers who require eye-catching designs that are legally compliant and legally defensible.

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The 1995 Keanu Reeves romantic drama "A Walk in the Clouds" wasn't actually filmed in Haro, Spain, but it absolutely could have been. Leisurely ambling the city's cobblestoned streets, in the rolling hills of the Ebro Valley, you half expect to turn a corner and bump into a production team wrapping up a day of filming.

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Coopers Hall Winery and Taproom knows a lot about being first. And now they're embarking on another first. Its the first winery in the country to bottle its wine in reusable bottles. If these bottles look familiar, they should. They are just beer bottles.

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Just in the last year, the wine-in-can category has grown by more than 100 percent across the nation, measured by volume of units sold.

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With 5 tasting rooms between Lompoc and San Diego, a popular keg program and other duties, there is plenty to keep him busy - and he loves it

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Tellez's path to wine was written into his personal story well before he was even born. A third-generation Napan, Leo's great grandfather moved to Napa Valley from Jalisco, Mexico and bought one acre of land back in 1950. His grandfather spent his career at Charles Krug Winery and his father devoted more than 25 years at Robert Mondavi Winery until the winery sold in 2004

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Shaw Ross International Importers, LLC today announced that Vinny Ferrone has been named Senior Vice-President Eastern Region which encompasses Maine to Florida.

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In March and April, St. Helenans Tom and Beverly Rinaldi traveled from Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam to Angkor Wat in Cambodia

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"It has been a remarkable journey - Richard will always be a friend, and be remembered favourably in the history of our family wine company.

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Staffing up and studying past sales data are just two ways operators in vacation destinations prepare for busy months

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An expansive yet accessible gem, more than 140 wineries are spread throughout the American Viticultural Area (AVA), though the majority are clustered around the stunning scenery of the Cayuga, Keuka and Seneca Lakes.

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They make up a very specialist segment of the wine market, but fortified wines can fetch high prices.

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Completion of the finance and accounting certification program will now require two 8-week online courses, including Foundation & Best Practices of Wine Industry Accounting and Advanced Financial Management and Strategy for Wine Businesses. Additional wine business programs launching this fall include the online Certificate in Wine Business Management on September 12 and the Global Executive MBA in Wine Business in October 2019.