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09/22/21

Consumer spending on domestic wine, including bulk imports, increased 10% to $51.8 billion in the 12 months ending in August,. The increase in total spending comes with improving on-premise sales, retail sales holding steady and an increase in DTC shipments.

09/22/21

Capstone California is a first-of-its kind California wine certification and education program with four levels of study.

09/22/21

Langtry now alleges Eric Stine, a winemaker at Guenoc Winery Inc., a company that managed the winery for Langtry Farms, secretly formed a partnership with Hugh Reimers while employed full time by Guenoc.

09/22/21

Nearly half of respondents agree that the prolonged drought in California is evidence of climate change. Only 1 in 10 expressed the opinion that climate change was just a naturally occurring cyclical event. And 1 in 4 believe climate change has not affected any of the wines they have purchased.

09/22/21

Just as the hard seltzer craze appears to be decelerating.

09/22/21

to identify top research priorities facing grape growers & vintners

09/22/21

To provide cleaning tools for producers of wine, beer, juice, and other beverages as well as food and pharmaceutical production facilities.

09/22/21

Mr. Joy has held key roles in the wine industry most recently as General Manager of Napa Wine Company

09/22/21

Mr. Baedeker will report to the Dierberg family board and work alongside Winemaker and President of Star Lane & Dierberg Vineyards, Tyler Thomas.

09/22/21

Prior to joining Cline Family Cellars, Elchik served as Eastern Division Vice-President of Sales for The Family Coppola

09/22/21

Read more in this note from Emily Weinstein, Patrick Farrell and Sam Sifton.

09/22/21

The EU-funded cross-border project WINET 'Trade and Innovation in Wine Industry', brings together wine producers from Moldova, Romania, and Bulgaria, providing a common online platform where their products are available to wine lovers worldwide.

09/22/21

Rhyne now sees a Texas industry bursting with both growth and a greatly evolved professionalism. "Growers planted a wide variety of grapes, learned how to manage crops and yields, and are getting better at managing the climate here in Texas, which can be pretty rough," she says.

09/22/21

- Company Kicks Off Hispanic Heritage Month by Providing Minority- and Women-Owned Brands Unique Editorial Content Opportunity, Underscoring Commitment to Valuing Culture to Drive Brand Growth -

09/22/21

how suppliers, distributors, and retailers can win on the digital shelf

09/22/21

Professor Théodore Georgopoulos reviews the consequences of the 9 September 2021 judgment by the Court of Justice of the European Union for the brand name 'Champanillo'.

09/22/21

As the digital advertising landscape continues to evolve, Pernod Ricard North America chairman and CEO Ann Mukherjee is among the prominent marketers leading an effort to fight hate speech across online platforms.

09/22/21

in partnership with Fairwinds Estate Winery in Calistoga, California, Napa Valley.

09/22/21

perhaps forever, wine tastings are outdoors, not indoors, and offered predominantly by apppointment ...

09/22/21

We are in grape harvesting season for vineyards but with all the rain we've had recently, how does this year's crop look?

09/22/21

Hoefliger is a winemaker and consulting winemaker via his business JH Wine Consulting of Rutherford.

09/22/21

The next edition of CapeWine will take place from 5 to 7 October 2022, following its 12 month postponement.

09/22/21

Celebrated Okanagan Valley Winery Unveils Unique Wine Club for Businesses; Incentives Designed to Attract New Clients and Thrill Wine-Loving Employees

09/22/21

"The impact of constrained labor markets remains the biggest issue facing our business" and was a key driver for the first quarter underperformance, FedEx Chief Operating Officer Raj Subramaniam said on a conference call with analysts.

09/22/21

The disaster aid bill is to be included in a spending bill Congress must pass by the end of the month in order to keep much of government functioning until early December.

09/22/21

Restaurants need a chance to fully recover while keeping staff and diners safe

09/22/21

an algorithm ranks best value wines, but it can be confusing and not always in line with what people perceive as "value".

09/22/21

Angelina Jolie allegedly used devious means to try and cut ex-husband Brad Pitt out of a lucrative real estate deal involving a posh estate they co-owned in France, according to court papers filed Tuesday.

09/22/21

Construction workers and other demonstrators were clashing with police as they protest the government's COVID-19 vaccine requirements.

09/22/21

Since Amazon stopped screening new hires for cannabis use, applications for some positions have increased by as much as 400 percent.

09/22/21

Justice Department probe, civil lawsuits pose challenge to real-estate industry practices

09/22/21

ACME Fine Wines has long been regarded as one of the country's premiere sources for both hard-to-find, highly allocated wines as well as debut offerings from new brands and rising star winemakers

09/22/21

"We've developed a portable assay that gives rapid and accurate molecular identification of a suspect phylloxera in less than an hour - before now the process of identification could take up to a week."

09/22/21

Italy is preparing to block for the second time a PDO application for Croatia's Prošek wine, claiming it sounds too similar to Prosecco.

09/22/21

These young winemakers are working with foraged elderberries, abandoned vines in urban Los Angeles and a historic Sonoma Mountain vineyard

09/22/21

The rift over the moral obligation of coronavirus vaccinations has infiltrated schools and hospitals, stoked political outrage and divided families. Earlier this month, it landed on the white-linen-draped dining tables of downtown Napa.

09/22/21

Prince Robert de Luxembourg, chairman of Domaine Clarence Dillon, has bold plans to create one of St-Emilion's largest estates on prime terroir through the merging of Quintus and Grand-Pontet's vineyards.

09/22/21

Sotheby's has said it plans to begin hosting regular wine and spirits auctions in Bordeaux and Burgundy, potentially giving collectors worldwide more opportunities to buy rare bottles.

09/22/21

The science behind horses' impact on soil and vineyard health-and why some growers around the world are bringing back this traditional, yet difficult, way of farming

09/22/21

State law temporarily bans insurance companies from dropping customers who live in ZIP codes that are either next to or within the perimeter of a declared wildfire disaster.

09/22/21

One farming company has long been scrutinized for its outsized role in the arid region's water supply. Wonderful can buy up huge amounts of water whenever it needs more. Most of the Resnicks' water comes from long-term contracts and other water from land rights.