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06/16/21

"We need to look at our industry and figure out how to take share going forward especially as there are more headwinds. We have to find new tools to drive the entire industry forward."

06/16/21

Auction Napa Valley ends after 40 years ...

06/16/21

Wine Institute and CEEV Applaud Strong Show of Support for Transatlantic Wine Trade

06/16/21

"Don't expect wine prices to go down. Most importers and distributors have been absorbing some of the costs of the tariffs. Your discount will be not having to pay more."

06/16/21

First phase to be completed in October 2022, $423 million investment will create 496 new jobs over eight years. The new location allows Gallo to better meet East Coast demand while reducing its carbon footprint and will serve as a hub for imports and exports.

06/16/21

"CloudCellar" gives consumers access and ability to store up to 500 bottles, allowing users to buy bottles now and ship them later. A wine collection can be managed virtually, with users taking physical possession any time by selecting specific bottles and having them delivered on-demand with free shipping.

06/16/21

Since 1994, Dr. Golino has been the Director of FPS, a self-supporting service unit in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at University of California, Davis. FPS is dedicated to the distribution of disease-tested, true-to-identity plant materials.

06/16/21

Compared to the 2 weeks ending 6/01/19 in off-premise channels, total wine is up 14.3%, with sparkling wine leading growth, up 38.6% and table wine up 7.1%. French champagne was a big growth driver, up 87% vs 2019 and up 23.9% compared to 2020.

06/16/21

The California bulk market continues to be active ...

06/16/21

"We are committed to maximum traceability and quality. It is the most demanding regulation in the world for quality D.O. sparkling wines made using the strict traditional method. All of this places the D.O. Cava at the forefront of quality sparkling wine designations of origin."

06/16/21

New rules for Cava that highlight the region the wine was made in and introduce new premium tiers of aged wines are set to come into force from January, following the official certification of its new zoning and segmentation rules.

06/16/21

By the end of 2020, the Top 100 Premium Brands sold in the US included nearly 72 percent sealed with cork.

06/16/21

Partnering with San Luis Obispo based lab Tastry and Paso Robles based Twin Arbor Labs the collective of these three professional lab services provides the analysis and tests needed for the wine samples discussed during the WOPN Tech Symposium.

06/16/21

Cal/OSHA is reminding all employers to protect outdoor workers from heat illness as excessive heat watches have been issued throughout California

06/16/21

Innovative move will allow fine wine collectors to purchase the inaugural release of Trothe with Bitcoin and Ethereum

06/16/21

"We applaud both U.S. and EU leaders for moving away from litigation that needlessly placed the wine and spirits industry in the crossfire and setting a course for a return to free and open trade. This suspension is welcome news for the both the U.S. and EU hospitality sectors in the midst of a post-pandemic recovery."

06/16/21

This gives space for the two parties to continue settlement negotiations and move the pivotal negotiations on State-subsidies and support to the World Trade Organization (WTO) and relieve importers and consumers, among others, of the financial burdens of these tariffs.

06/16/21

What a difference it is in the North Coast from a year ago, when local wineries and restaurants were starting to reopen from the first shelter-at-home order that went into effect statewide in mid-March.

06/16/21

A dangerous and widespread mid-June heat wave is bringing blowtorch-like heat, skyrocketing power demand, and "critical" wildfire danger to much of the West Tuesday through this weekend.

06/16/21

Stuart Spencer, executive director of the Lodi Winegrape Commission, said wineries have not had to put a cork on sales despite a lack of tourism throughout the pandemic.

06/16/21

Making them pale. Today's demand for pale, dry rosés can be considered a long cultural hangover from the heyday of heavy, sweet rosés.

06/16/21

These days, some of the silliest ones are quite excellent.

06/16/21

The winery will open its kitchen to celebrated local chefs, including Philip Tessier of PRESS Napa Valley, Dustin Valette of Valette Healdsburg, and Michael Chiarello of Bottega and Coqueta.

06/16/21

Combined, American, United, Alaska, Southwest, and Allegiant operate 171 flights per week into the Santa Barbara and Santa Maria airports, with non-stop service from Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Oakland, Phoenix, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco, and Seattle.

06/16/21

Most recently the General Manager for ACME Fine Wines in St. Helena, Van Ness first fell in love with Memento Mori's wines during her nearly nine-year tenure at The French Laundry as Maître D' and Director of Private Events.

06/16/21

The six-day, 750-mile scenic driving experience had 25 registered participants, traveling from across the country to share in the road rally with fellow guests and car enthusiasts. New dates have just been announced for next year's third annual Napa Valley 750, which will take place from April 3 - 9, 2022.

06/16/21

The findings are from World Weather Attribution, an international organisation that analyses the link between extreme weather events and global warming. They looked at data from a zone covering vineyards in Burgundy, Champagne and the Loire valley and ran 132 climate model simulations.

06/16/21

According to the IWSR, the rise in consumption in the US last year was driven by at-home drinking fuelled by the pandemic. Wine sales in the US meanwhile, grew slightly last year, at +0.7% by volume and +1.5% by value,.

06/16/21

His proposed levy on unrealized capital gains would hit some modest estates especially hard.