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11/18/21

As consumers took their shopping online, the increase in spending has been accompanied by an equally impressive but much less visible amount of change in the systems that facilitate those sales.

11/18/21

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is suspending enforcement of the Biden administration's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for large private businesses after a federal appeals court upheld a stay on it last week.

11/18/21

For $315 million... filling a key portfolio opportunity for luxury chardonnay. ... Rich and Leslie Frank will maintain the ownership of Winston Hill Vineyard in Rutherford and the Lewis Vineyard in Napa, Carneros. Both vineyards will continue to source grapes for the Frank Family reserve tier after the sales agreement.

11/18/21

"Over the last 25 years, USA Wine West has provided unparalleled logistics, compliance and administrative import services to foreign and domestic wineries who launch in the U.S."

11/18/21

The group plans to terminate the membership of Robert Bath, a professor of wine at The Culinary Institute of America; Fred Dame; Fred Dexheimer; Drew Hendricks; Joseph Linder; and Matt Stamp of Compline wine bar. That's pending a hearing within 30 days, as required by the organization's bylaws.

11/18/21

Pennsylvania's Commonwealth and Supreme Courts found that the Liquor Control Board violated a 2016 law by not allowing direct shipments of wine to restaurants and continuing to charge handling fees.

11/18/21

Funds Raised at the 30th Annual ¡Salud! The Oregon Pinot Noir Auction Fund Year-round Healthcare Services, including COVID-19 Vaccination, Screening and Treatment for Vineyard Workers

11/18/21

"After Lambrusco, there were wine coolers. And in the 1990s, Zima was briefly embraced by GenX young adults and seen as a threat to the growth of wine consumption. In hindsight, Zima might well be viewed as the 'grandfather' of hard seltzer."

11/18/21

"The cost of all raw materials has been rising steadily since the beginning of the year."

11/18/21

The company making electric tractors for tasks on small farms gets more validation from CNH Industrial and Trimble.

11/18/21

Green leader certifies for climate neutrality across all business scopes

11/18/21

Fred Merwarth started his winemaking career in the Finger Lakes just over 20 years ago. His beginnings at Hermann J. Wiemer Vineyard read like an old-school apprenticeship, working under the tutelage of a brilliant but gruff mentor. ...

11/18/21

Lasher currently serves as a commissioner on the Michigan Liquor Control Commission

11/18/21

In a report commissioned by Vinexposium, the IWSR and Wine Intelligence trace the drinks industry road to recovery following a period of deep structural challenges and changes. Moderation, premiumisation and convenience are the main driving trends...

11/18/21

From January to September 2021, a total of 38 batches of "unqualified" wines were forbidden from entering China, a 245% rise from the same period in 2020.

11/18/21

"It is an honor to welcome Carlton to our board of trustees," said CIA President Tim Ryan said.

11/18/21

Plant-based cafe and restaurant in the former Healdsburg SHED space is on the horizon.

11/18/21

One winery worker at China's northwestern Xige Estate in Ningxia has died after inhaling toxic carbon dioxide during grape fermentation, the first known case reported by media in China's domestic wine industry.

11/18/21

The Napa winery was devastated by fire last year but, like a phoenix, it has risen.

11/18/21

The investor and Shark Tank star is also a wine lover and has partnered with one of California's larger wine companies on a new venture

11/18/21

Fourth annual competitions judged over 700 entries

11/18/21

none scored less than 98 points and all had a minimum production of 4,000 bottles.

11/18/21

The First Wines of the Harvest: Here In Time For Your Holiday Table

11/18/21

Per Wines Vines Analytics, Opici was the seventh largest wine distributor in the U.S. in 2020. Now fully integrated, RNDC/Young's Market Co. is the nation's second largest distributor and is a rival to Southern Wine & Spirits in many key markets.