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11/21/17

Ann Colgin and her husband Joe Wender will preserve a 40% stake and maintain their leadership functions

11/21/17

Eurostampa California plans to open a 80,000-square-foot plant in a newly completed south Napa building at 1325 Airport Blvd. That would make catapult Eurostampa to among the top wine-label printers in the North Bay ... Roughly 90 percent of the work the Napa plant does is focused on the wine business because of the proximity to many of the producers in the industry

11/21/17

Forbes estimated RNDC's 2016 revenue at $6.5 billion and Breakthru's at $5.4 billion, so the merged companies in a growing market should pass $12 billion in 2017 sales and start playing in the same ballpark as Southern Glazer's, whose 2016 revenues Forbes estimated at $16.5 billion. Breakthru is a relatively new company in its present form, being the result of M&A activity that brought the Charmer Sunbelt and Wirtz distribution companies together as of early 2016

11/21/17

Unified's Tuesday keynote luncheon was first introduced in 2014 and has since become a feature of the Unified Symposium. Tuesday also includes a welcome reception in the late afternoon - an added benefit with general registration.

11/21/17

The world's largest selection of wine now available for convenient pickup at Fedex Office and Walgreens stores nationwide

11/21/17

Chief administrative officer Hugh Reimers remarked, "It is with great pleasure that I announce the appointment of Gerard Thoukis to this new role. Gerard brings a wealth and breadth of knowledge combined with many years of experience that I feel will truly pave the way for continued evolution at Foley Family Wines."

11/21/17

At the 2017 Wine Blogger's Conference, NakedWines.com announced that they have raised an impressive $800K for wildfire relief. And the team isn't stopping there - the momentum is continuing. The key to success? The creation of a Fire Relief Red Blend, 100% of whose sales go towards rebuilding communities hit by the Wine Country fires.

11/21/17

ccording to an Alcohol Justice report, the proposed two-year Senate tax break would cost the U.S. $642 million. In stark contrast to the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act's stated intent to nurture small brewers, distillers, and wineries, a lion's share of the cuts accrues to Big Alcohol. Hard liquor distillers making over 100,000 proof-gallons a year take home almost 75% of the cuts. Of the projected $126 million annual giveaway to beer manufacturers, $50 million will be claimed by just seven "mega-craft" brewers

11/21/17

RH Drexel goes to "Live in the Vineyard," a music, wine and food festival held annually in the Napa Valley

11/21/17

October's wildfire significantly impacted hotel occupancy and revenue in Napa County, and to a lesser extent in Sonoma, according to new data from an industry analytics firm.

11/21/17

Kathleen Kelley Young never expected to end up in Cloverdale, but she's found herself fully immersed in the town, with a bustling inn and a brand new tasting room, supporting her Kelley & Young label wines.

11/21/17

Workers who lost wages or jobs due to the region's recent fires may now take advantage of an extended deadline of Dec. 18 to apply for monetary benefits under the federal Disaster Unemployment Assistance program

11/21/17

This was one of two wines on the list from Seattle vintner Charles Smith. His Sixto 2014 Uncovered Chardonnay ranked No. 13.

11/21/17

Stephen Brook got a preview of the Brunello di Montalcino 2013 vintage at an event hosted by specialist merchant Vinexus in London. Read his report below, and Decanter Premium members can see his ratings from the tasting

11/21/17

In the wake of October's fires, attention has turned to recovery efforts with an emphasis on protecting the region's water supply

11/21/17

Local bar, restaurant, liquor store and convenience store representatives united Monday night in their opposition to a Sunday morning hard alcohol ban they described as nonsensical, outdated and unfair

11/21/17

Vertical tillage took the machinery world by storm just a few years ago. The concept of a machine that could run fast and only a couple inches deep, only lightly burying any residue and leaving most of it on top has been adopted on many farms.

11/21/17

This year's attendance saw a 2.3% increase over previous ear, and visitors from individual countries also recorded encouraging growth, including the Chinese mainland, Malaysia, Vietnam, France, the United States, Australia and Chile, said the fair's organiser HKTDC

11/21/17

USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service has released data for the basis of increasing the minimum wage for H-2A workers by 5.53 percent in Washington and Oregon next year.

11/21/17

Guests can expect a six-course cannabis-infused meal and beverages, including a cannabis cocktail.

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