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Tuesday, April 27th

04/27/21

via private placement of common stock to support VWE's acquisition strategy.

04/27/21

Part 1 of our summary of the Recent Advances in Viticulture and Enology (RAVE) seminar covers: water stress; ground-based sensors that increase understanding of energy fluxes in vines; source sink adjustments of a grapevine's primary and secondary metabolism; drivers of heatwave impacts on vine physiology and berry chemistry; and composting benefits in degraded soils.

04/27/21

Bracing for another fire season, Napa and Sonoma viticulturists decide whether to replant or revitalize many vineyards that burned in 2020

04/27/21

The new IPM model from UC Cooperative Extension's Surendra Dara PhD published in the Journal of Integrated Pest Management two years ago continues to be the most read article of this journal with more than 27,000 views or downloads.

04/27/21

Bâtonnage, an organization and community dedicated to stirring up conversations about women in wine and promoting equity in the industry, has partnered with Nomadica to produce a limited-edition canned wine to support Bâtonnage's newly launched Mentorship Program.

04/27/21

In case you missed it yesterday: Over the next five years, 200 need-based scholarships will be awarded!

04/27/21

Specializing in club and daily shipments, Out Of The Box works creatively with winery clients and is poised to facilitate special requests such as rush orders, gift cards, custom packing and kitting, will-call preparations for convenient pick up, as well as summer solutions. For fulfillment and warehouse software, Out of the Box relies on FORT Systems

04/27/21

Wymer joins Wine Institute after serving as communications vice president with SunPower. Wymer also has extensive federal and state government experience.

04/27/21

Guillaume Fouilleron, currently executive vice president and chief financial officer, will succeed Gregory Balogh as president and CEO of Maisons, Marques & Domaines USA and CEO of Roederer's U.S. ventures.

04/27/21

Garzino brings almost 20 years of nonprofit leadership experience, primarily in membership, cultural, and community building organizations.

04/27/21

The excitement surrounding the re-opening is amplified by the introduction of four brand new tasting rooms, the appointment of Anne Moller-Racke, Blue Farm Wines, as Chair Emeritus, and a revamped Carneros Wine Alliance website.

04/27/21

He qualified as a master of wine in 1958 ... He became managing director of Sichel's in the mid 1970s

04/27/21

The 93rd Academy Award ceremony celebrated Hollywood's biggest night with limited-edition bottles from longtime sponsors Piper-Heidsieck and Francis Ford Coppola

04/27/21

Over the years, art has expanded the role of labels from purely informational to aspirational and even collectable, and they now convey more about a wine than language could alone.

04/27/21

The rollout of Apple's new privacy settings is upending the rules of digital advertising on the iOS platform. By limiting advertisers' ability to track user behavior, Apple is forcing them to adapt to a new paradigm - and fast.

04/27/21

The ERC20 token allows consumers to buy wine at substantial discounts

04/27/21

"These actions are intended to create more choices and solutions across a portfolio of restaurants' needs and put more profits into the pockets of local businesses," the company said in a statement.

04/27/21

James Fildes is Vivino's General Manager of Australia and will lead the business in one of the world's most dynamic wine-producing regions.

04/27/21

This new mobile first, dynamic photo-realistic and interactive platform connects the online winery experience to the wine shop website. It uses motion sensors that allow customers to learn, to make purchases, to chat with others and to move through the tasting room like they're actually at the winery.

04/27/21

In an effort to encourage more sustainable cooking, we won't be publishing new beef recipes on Epicurious.

04/27/21

All supermarkets have a gavi and usually it's a dry white that is slightly more interesting than the cheaper generic Italians

04/27/21

Sonoma State University economist Robert Eyler said a number of factors are likely contributing to the staffing shortage in the hospitality sector. A main driver could be the federal unemployment benefits that have been extended into September, which may match or exceed what many hospitality workers can earn on the job.

04/27/21

Kinsey Grant - Moderator - Liz Thach, MW - Wine Writer and Distinguished Professor of Wine - Pauline Vicard - Executive Director Areni Global - Rob McMillan - EVP and founder of the wine division of Silicon Valley Bank

04/27/21

Napa County is sounding the alarm that proposed California wildfire hazard area rule changes could trigger costly road improvements for rural home construction and even minor winery expansions.

04/27/21

eMeals and 19 Crimes have joined forces to deliver an online collection of nine recipes from Snoop's best-selling 'Crook to Cook' cookbook that are perfectly paired with 19 Crimes wines, including Snoop's signature Cali Red and Cali Rose wine.

04/27/21

"After hearing from many of our visitors and wine club members regarding their concerns about noise and crowd sizes, we took the past year to reevaluate the experience at our Home Ranch," said Jody Bogle. "With our reopening on May 1st, we are thrilled to be able to offer a more intimate tasting experience that will better serve the needs of our guests."

04/27/21

AFFLINK introduces Rest Assured, an all-in-one bundle of products to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

04/27/21

Two rivers flow through the green hills and mountains of northwest Portugal: the Minho and the Lima. They flow west from Spain out to the Atlantic Ocean. On their way, cutting through the northern area of the Vinho Verde region, they create optimal vineyard conditions for quality white-wine production.

04/27/21

Introduced by state Sen. Bill Dodd, D-Napa, SB332 would hold burn organizers and property owners personally responsible only if they were found to be grossly negligent in cases where fires escaped containment lines and damaged property or caused injuries.

04/27/21

Many businesses temporarily closed or went remote to protect the health and well-being of customers and employees.

04/27/21

To handle the strategic implementation of the program, Sicilia DOC has retained incumbent agency, Current Global, and added Colangelo & Partners as its agencies of record.

04/27/21

The brewery's new style was developed in partnership with renowned international design and branding firm Stranger & Stranger and highlights the history of the storied brewery while updating and refining the brand image and artwork.

04/27/21

9 Online Recipes from the Doggfather's 'Crook to Cook' Cookbook Paired with Edgy Wine Brand Choices

04/27/21

Online Store Offers Wine-as-a-Service for its Adventurous, Indigenous Wines

04/27/21

International Wineries for Climate Action (IWCA) has joined the Race to Zero initiative, a global campaign promoted by the United Nations which strives to garner support from companies, cities, regions and investors in order to develop the industry and global economy in a sustainable, conscious way with zero carbon emissions by 2050.

04/27/21

After 15 months of lockdowns and severely disrupted patterns of business, international drinks companies are reporting very positive numbers for the first three months of this year and pointing to better profits for 2021 as a whole.

04/27/21

Here's a story that flies in the face of the theory that wine drinkers don't care about where their wines come from. Katie Jones, producer of Domaine Jones in the Languedoc-Roussillon has sold out within days of launching an "Adopt an Old Vine" scheme that allowed her customers to go online and pick out a vine, each given a name and their own back story, and claim it as their own. Here Jones explains how she came up with the idea and how she hopes it brings her loyal customers even closer not just to her wines, but the actual vines that produce the grapes that go in them.

04/27/21

SIMI Winery's new campaign, "#CheerstoGrit," brings to life the resilience and perseverance of Isabelle Simi, who inherited the winery in 1904 after the unexpected death of her father, telling how her determination through Prohibition set the winery up for success.

04/27/21

With immigration leveling off and a declining birthrate, the United States may be entering an era of substantially lower population growth, demographers said.