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UPDATED: To-Kalon lawsuit dismissed, but “iconic” still all about myth, Benjamins, and grapes at $38K/Ton

  NOTE 1: This June 28 article has been updated today to reflect a response received yesterday from Vintage House.   NOTE 2 : To-Kalon has variously been written as To Kalon and ToKalon. We have chosen to use the version with a hyphen because that is the style used by the U.S. National Park Service […]

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Most people have no idea about the difference between CBD & pot

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Midwest, NY, British Columbia tops in new wine club member growth

Source: 2019 Insights for Successful Consumer Wine Sales Silicon Valley Bank &WBM

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O’Neill Vintners & Distillers Launches Augmented Reality App

NEWS RELEASE SAN FRANCISCO, CA June 24, 2019 – Line 39, a fast-growing, super-premium California wine brand  has launched a proprietary mobile app that features interactive augmented reality (AR) with consumer offers.   Owned by O’Neill Vintners & Distillers, Line 39 is currently trending at +17 percent annual growth in retail sales and +13 percent […]

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Winery gross margins, pretax profits & sales growth mediocre

Source: Silicon Valley Bank On Wine  

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Napa County net wine club growth smallest of major West Coast regions

Source: 2019 Insights for Successful Consumer Wine Sales Silicon Valley Bank &WBM

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A surprising number of people are on social Media more than 10 times per day

Source: Good Firms Social Media Usage Report 2019

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Yellow Tail maker Casella for sale?

  NOTE: The link, below, leads to a premium article.   We found that it displayed the full article sometimes, but most often it did not. Therefore, we have written a short synopsis, below. You may want to try the link to see if you can get the full text. -lp According to a subscriber-only […]

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How the Wine Institute fumbled the moderate consumption fight & aided NeoProhibition

I do agree with Wine Business Monthly Editor Cyril Penn that the Wine Institute (WI) under John DeLuca’s guidance, made substantial contributions to the debate over moderate alcohol consumption and health. DeLuca and I clashed on any number of things back when I was Wine Business Monthly‘s editor and publisher. But I certainly agreed with […]

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Valuable oral contract guidance to be had in Bryant Family federal lawsuit

  NOTE: The text below is redacted and reformatted for improved non-lawyer readability. Among the changes are the elimination of various legal references, shortened paragraphs etc.   The full original document can be found at this link (for premium subscribers)   Attorneys are consistent in recommending that agreements be captured in written contracts, state laws […]

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