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NEWS FETCH — April 28, 2016

TOP NEWS Michael David Buys Sonoma County Estate Drugged Driving on Rise, Passes Alcohol Alone in Fatal Crashes Frost Strikes France Again, Savaging Bordeaux Vines Winemakers lose billions of dollars every year due to natural disasters French Investors Are Betting On The Continued Success Of Oregon’s Top Wines China set to become world’s second-biggest wine […]

IGGPRA Announces Date and Topics of Third 2017 “Practical Grape Growing” Seminar

On May 17, the Independent Grape Growers of the Paso Robles Area (IGGPRA) will hold the third of their eight-part series on “Practical Grape Growing.” This seminar is offered to all grape growers in and around the Central Coast. Attendance is free for members and $20 for non-members. Seminar topics include Labor Contractor Liability, Ag Order 3.0, Bloom […]

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NEWS FETCH — April 27, 2016

TOP NEWS Most people — including Millennials and GenX — would not recommend buying alcohol online Law professor tells producers to keep cool if ICE shows up Pipestone in Paso Robles was sold, but the wine label will continue CA State Water Board Rescinds Mandatory Conservation Standards Retail point-of-sale materials don’t need to be expensive! […]

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Most people — including Millennials and GenX — would not recommend buying alcohol online

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NEWS FETCH — April 26, 2016

TOP NEWS Calif Wine Retail Sales Value Soars 25% from 2014 to 2014 (Not a typo) Napa Valley vintner & drywall mogul forced into corner by bankruptcy court Declining agricultural land values tied to water Canada’s options limited as it faces prospect of U.S. trade war Americans’ Confidence in Economy Stable, Positive Retail point-of-sale materials […]

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NEWS FETCH — April 25, 2016

TOP NEWS Wine country cannabis money powering construction biz Sales of Calif wines priced over $10 show healthy growth Will the three-tier distribution system survive? Frost, Hail Inflict Heavy Vineyard Damage Across France and Italy Retail point-of-sale materials don’t need to be expensive! Click now to learn more about high-quality, affordable displays and ads. *Sponsored […]

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NEWS FETCH — April 24, 2016

TOP NEWS Here’s why Chinese money is pouring into Temecula’s wine region Nielsen: French import $Vol up 14.2%, $7.99+ Rosé still soaring: 58.7% Fearing a worker shortage, farmers push back on immigration A New Study Encourages Wine Distributors To Look Into The Future/s Northern Italian frost update: mainstream media reports of severe damage trickle in […]

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NEWS FETCH — April 21, 2016

TOP NEWS OR: Vineyard owners fear grape harm & loss of business from nearby pot farm ‘Fatal’ frost hits Champagne vineyards Napa Über alles? Its astronomical vineyard & land prices blitzkrieg rest of North Coast Silver Oak snags Ovid as wine mergers are booming Rabobank’s Rannekleiv on Seismic Shifts in CA Wine Industry (Bloomberg podcast) […]

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NEWS FETCH — April 20, 2016

TOP NEWS 51% of millennials in California will replace alcohol with marijuana North Coast wine grape, brand rush Spring freeze in northern Italy could severely compromise 2017 vintage Weed is WAY healthier than alcohol say huge majority of Americans Americans’ Financial Assessments Most Positive in a Decade Expert performed autopsy on Oroville spillway collapse. Here’s […]

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NEWS FETCH — April 19, 2016

TOP NEWS Napa County’s 2016 crops worth a record $737 million — nearly all wine grapes Sam’s Club Launches Challenge to Costco’s Wine Business Groundwater: Are we eating ourselves dry with farm exports? This study says “yes” California’s Central Valley sank 3 feet during historic drought US Economic Confidence Index Positive but Continues to Sag […]

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