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Questions The Wine Institute Found Un-Tenor-able

Below is the complete email sent to the Wine Institute who objected to the “tenor” of with the…

Winery Marketer Gives It Up To Help Terminal Cancer Patients Have One Good Day

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Vintage Nurseries To Open New State-of-the-Art Testing Laboratory

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April 2nd, 2015


VinoVisit.com launches tablet based “Tasting Room Abandonment” application

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February 20th, 2015


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Joseph Phelps Vineyards & Moët Hennessy USA Square Off In A Pair Of Delightful Legal Battles

Joseph Phelps Vineyards and Moët Hennessy USA have squared off in a sour confrontation over sweet wine labels. The battle is playing out in two separate proceedings: one in federal court and the other in the trademark appeals process. The battles should also be a…

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Aided By USDA Funding, Calif Wine Exports Continue Growth Despite 2014’s Stumble

Despite a stumble in 2014 exports, exports of California wines have continued to grow in volume, value and price per gallon. As the chart below illustrates, wine exports from California have increased more than six-fold since the mid-1990s. Much of that success is due to…

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Wine Institute’s Shrinking Representation Of California

This is one of a series of articles profiling the California Wine Institute. Other articles in the series include: Wine Institute’s Shrinking Representation Of California Questions The Wine Institute Found Un-Tenor-able Please check the “Featured” category at  Wine Industry Insight for other articles in the…

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Wine Institute Facing Changed Industry Climate

This article is the first in a series on California’s Wine Institute.   The Wine Institute is the nation’s oldest and largest wine trade association, having represented California vintners since 1934. Despite its preeminence and longevity, it is facing  a changed competitive climate: California wines…

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China Replaces France As #2 In Vineyards (Most Probably Non-Wine)

Source: OIV April 27, 2015…

Free apps can take a big toll on your phone

Source (and full article): University of Southern California…

Gaps Show U.S. Is Short At Least 3.5 Million Full Time Jobs

Washington Post: Economists have discovered how bad the economy really is…

Mexicans Outwork the Rest Of The World

Source: OECD via Statista…

How Do Buyers Choose A Wine When They Are In A Hurry?

From: AAWE Working Paper No. 175: Drowning in the Wine Lake: Does Choice Overload Exist…

Argentina Wine Production Continues To Rise

Source: USDA/FAS, Argentina Wine Annual…

On-Premise Wine Challenged by Myriad Brands but Consumers are More Engaged

Source: Technomic…

Spirits Lead Export Value, Wine Falls To #2, Beer #3, But Up

Source: 2014 Distilled Spirits Council Industry Review…

Italy Still Import Top Dog, NZ Soars, Argentina Tanks

Source: Gomberg Fredrikson via Rabobank…

Severe Droughts Nothing New In California

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