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Lewis Perdue is an entrepreneur, technologist, scientist, professor, author, publisher, journalist, and outdoorsman. Click here for more on Lew. Email Lew at: lewis[dot]perdue[at]wineindustryinsight[dot]com

US wine exports fall in value and volume for Jan-Sept 2018

Source: Rabobank

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FEBRUARY 8, 2019 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Looking for (and finding!) some bright spots amid the wine data gloom Wine Institute receives $6,482,501 from USDA Market Promotion Program for Export Promotion Will local government alcohol control be swallowed up by the Feds? Are We Hiring into a Industry-Wide Downturn? Can a Cocktail Be as Collectible as a Fine Wine? Millennials’ […]

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UPDATED: Wine Institute receives $6,482,501 from USDA Market Promotion Program for Export Promotion

  UPDATE:   On Feb. 12, the USDA released a list of ATP Funding Allocations which confirmed that The Wine Institute received $9,789,190. However, it is unclear and unstated whether this amount is in addition to the $6,482,501 from USDA Market Promotion Program previously reported by Wine Industry Insight.   The USDA has not responded […]

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Amazon Prime membership continues to soar even after price rise

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Looking for (and finding!) some bright spots amid the wine gloom

Silicon Valley Bank’s Rob McMillan and Nielsen’s Danny Brager have laid a sobering dose of reality on the wine industry in the past month.   However, this sort of adverse warning of a storm ahead — delivered in a timely fashion — can help batten down hatches, reinforce the keep, offer a different compass heading, […]

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FEBRUARY 7, 2019 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS How Far Will the Supreme Court Go in Wine Retailer Case? Rosé growth still off the charts but Cab, SauvBlanc, red blends and sparkling also showing well Washington D.C. Adds New DTC/Tax Economic Nexus Requirements Senators Wyden and Blunt Reintroduce Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act Farm Bill in Shadow of Possible […]

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Rosé growth still off the charts but Cab, SauvBlanc, red blends and sparkling also showing well

Source: Danny Brager, Nielsen, Presentation Jan. 30 at Unified Wine & Grape Symposium in Sacramento.

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FEBRUARY 6, 2019 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS MaryAnn Graf, who paved the way for California women winemakers, dies at 76 Prelim Calif Crush Report Probably Canceled; Final Maybe April 10 New Farm Bill may protect new varieties of tree fruits, possibly vines Grape Growers Look up as Wine Consumption Stalls Canada: Court places Mike Weir Wine Inc. in receivership, company […]

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Dogs hot on the trail of “corked” cooperage make their way to the North Bay

NOTE: This article is not paid content. No commercial incentive or promise of remuneration has been paid, promised, or discussed. However, the author is biased because he likes uncontaminated wine. And he loves dogs and has  a Chocolate Labrador Retriever with a spooky sense of smell.   While not yet common, a few wineries around […]

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Growth rate of wine selling locations slows

Source: Danny Brager, Nielsen, Presentation Jan. 30 at Unified Wine & Grape Symposium in Sacramento.

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