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08/17/18

WITS, the only conference focused on successfully deploying technology solutions in the wine industry, is next week -- August 21, 2018

08/17/18

The California 50 - much like the Bordeaux 500, Fine Wine 50, Burgundy 150 or Italy 100 - tracks the performance of the 10 most recent physical vintages from the five most prominent and actively traded labels in the secondary market. In this instance they are: Dominus, Opus One, Screaming Eagle, Harlan Estate and Ridge Monte Bello

08/17/18

"The test results from ETS Laboratories demonstrated unacceptable high levels of TCA in the 2015 RGP Pinot Noir"... James Suckling rated the RGP 2015 Pinot Noir a 79 ...

08/17/18

Key takeaways from Wines & Vines 2018 Packaging Conference

08/17/18

"A wine label is your opportunity to tell your customer what they can likely expect from what's inside the bottle, set their expectations as far as style, quality, price, etc. You don't want to create a situation of cognitive dissonance where the package promise ..."

08/17/18

Despite the gloomy air, producers are pleased as the 2018 harvest kicks off

08/17/18

"The current market for bulk wine, in many ways, has returned to what many consider to be a normal buying cycle in regards to buyers' purchasing habits. With buyers focused on wines for current bottling for the first time since the Global Financial Crisis, this doesn't feel normal to many, since it has been nearly ten years. We, as an industry, need to be cognizant of the differences between indicators of market change and annual occurrences without falsely giving meaning to that which happens every year, regardless of where we are in the wine market cycle"

08/17/18

TWE has commenced a 'Simplify for Growth' (S4G) program in F18. "S4G is primarily targeting operational efficiency, enhanced returns on brand building investment as well as growth opportunities."

08/17/18

The chief executive of Treasury Wine Estates, Michael Clarke, will take home more than $18.6 million this year, after the maker of Penfolds and Wolf Blass met earnings guidance

08/17/18

The organization to increase local community outreach and education, positioning the farm bureau as "the premier policy organization" and "leading voice of Napa County agriculture," the announcement said.

08/17/18

Sonoma County wine community's annual giving benefits education, health and human services, environment, and arts and culture

08/17/18

On Saturday, the group hosts its largest fundraiser, the yearly Harvest Festival at the Oxbow Commons, where the recipients of its academic scholarships will be announced. The group has granted more than $50,000 to date

08/17/18

A wine bar dedicated to promoting Southern Oregon vintages opens Friday in downtown Medford. Owner Natasha Hopkins has refashioned an aging storefront into an elegant establishment she envisions as a touchpoint for newcomers to the local wine industry, and a one-stop tasting room for dozens of local vintners. She also sees Rogue Grape - across the street from the Craterian Theater at 36 S. Central Ave. - riding a new wave of downtown activity.

08/17/18

As reported by Forbes, boxed wine is also enjoying its moment in the sun in the US, with sales up 7% on last year, while the overall wine sales at retail in the US are flat at $3.3 billion.

08/17/18

Since August 2, 2018, the active fire perimeter of the Mendocino Complex Fires shifted into remote forest wildlands around 15 to 30 miles north of Lake County vineyards. Additionally, as of Wednesday, August 8, 2018, thousands of residents were able to return to their homes as evacuation orders lifted for most Lake County towns. Lake County winegrape growers are glad to see people back in their homes and back to work, striving for normalcy on all accounts.

08/17/18

As if the big dry isn't enough for our vignerons to contend with, the drought has presented them with another epidemic that could potentially wipe out their income for the next 12 months - kangaroos.

08/17/18

And while it's coming later than Tantrum, there's a new project in South Hall that will be even bigger news for Hall County - the area's second winery.

08/17/18

Sonoma's grape harvest has begun

08/17/18

Clear skies have returned, but many have wondered if the temporary stratum of smoke had any ill effect on the ripening grapes in vineyards dotting those hills? Hardly, growers say.

08/17/18

Lewis Station Winery Chef Jason Dunn and his crew began assembling the large salad at about 3:30 p.m. and had it finished by 5 p.m.

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