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Wine DtC Sales Sources: Internet & Clubs hold steady, events up slightly, but tasting room down 3%, phone off 1%

Wine DtC Sales Sources: Internet & Clubs hold steady, events up slightly, but tasting room down 3%, phone off 1% Right click chart to view a larger image

The EU’s strict GDPR privacy rules start TOMORROW! These are the items users most want you to delete.

Source: eMarketer via Capgemini

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AlcBev customers want same day delivery. Promotions with Drizly & similar services could boost your DtC

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The American Vineyard Foundation Funds $1.4 MM for Wine and Grape Industry Research in 2018

Napa, CA (May 21, 2018) – The American Vineyard Foundation (AVF) is pleased to announce new funding for twenty-four projects addressing critical viticulture and enology research needs.   The AVF relies on voluntary contributions to support ongoing projects and to provide funding for new high priority projects.   “Thanks to the generosity of nearly one-thousand grower […]

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People will spend more than twice as much per person at your winery than your urban tasting room

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Wine club sales grow when you allow members to choose their own selections

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NIH halts ethically challenged alcohol consumption study first revealed by Wine Industry Insight 4 years ago

The National Institutes of Health says it has halted a $100 million industry-funded moderate drinking study whose ethically questionable origins were first revealed in 2014 by Wine Industry Insight reporting.   NIH Director Francis Collins told a Senate subcommittee yesterday said that enrollment in the Moderate Alcohol and Cardiovascular Health (MACH15) study had been halted […]

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NIH to investigate funding process of massive moderate alcohol consumption study

The National Institutes of Health has announced its intent to investigate the circumstances and ethics of the funding process of a moderate alcohol consumption study that scientists have asked spirits and beer companies to fund. According to documents obtained in 2014 by Wine Industry Insight, the Wine Institute was solicited for support but declined to […]

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When it come to social media it’s STILL Facebook or the also-rans

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Rombauer memorial scheduled for June 5 in St. Helena

Memorial church services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on June 5 at Grace Church in St. Helena, followed by a public Celebration of Life from 12:00 until 4:00 p.m. at The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone in St. Helena. Interment will be private.   The family suggests donations can be made in Koerner’s […]

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