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NEWS FETCH — April 13, 2018

TOP NEWS In Drought-Stricken Central California, Harvard Hopes to Turn Water Into Wine Drinking an extra glass of wine ‘will shorten your life by 30 minutes’ — Lancet study Vintage Wine Estates corrects analysts & Shanken: company not for sale to TWE, but lands $75 Mil investment Deirdre Carr, Josh Cellars company cofounder, dies at […]

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Vintage Wine Estates Announces New Investment Partner

AGR Partners will provide growth capital and minority equity to rising wine company   April 12, 2018 (Santa Rosa, CA). Pat Roney, CEO/President of Vintage Wine Estates announced that AGR Partners, an investment firm dedicated to food and agribusiness, has provided growth capital through a minority equity stake in the company.   “We are delighted […]

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NEWS FETCH — April 12, 2018

TOP NEWS Good decade for California wine, fresh market grapes California Cabernet Getting Too Hot to Handle Napa wine industry gains traction for strict bottle labeling laws These California counties have the most to lose in a China trade war Wine industry loses two respected colleagues Here’s how to avoid costly mistakes by managing your […]

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NEWS FETCH — April 11, 2018

TOP NEWS Even before Chinese tariffs, California wine exports dipped slightly ETS Laboratories smoke taint research These are the places in America most vulnerable to a trade war Southern California water agency backs two Delta tunnels in breakthrough vote New EU personal data fines will apply to old data breaches Forget the Emerald Triangle. The […]

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ASEV Selects 2018 Best Enology and Viticulture Papers

DAVIS, Calif., April 2018:  The American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) has selected the 2018 Best Papers, available for free at the American Journal of Enology and Viticulture (AJEV). Authors will be presenting their winning papers at the Society’s 69th National Conference on June 18-21 in Monterey, California. The 2018 Viticulture Best Paper is […]

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NEWS FETCH — April 10, 2018

TOP NEWS Significant wine industry leadership change: Embargoed until mid-morning. Please check back. Walmart Wins Over Texas Spirit Sales Amazon won’t be able to steamroll Constellation Brands The Changing Face of Wine in America: The Cooper’s Hawk Phenomenon Theorem Winery Buys Former Petroni Family Vineyard Here’s how to avoid costly mistakes by managing your barrel inventory […]

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NEWS FETCH — April 9, 2018

TOP NEWS At least one Lodi wine shipment to China has been canceled in wake of tariffs Wine Country leaders say industry largely unscathed by October fires Chateau de Lagorce sold to Chinese buyer Bestway to snap up Bargain Booze and Wine Rack in £7.5m deal Battle for Napa Valley’s future: Proposed curb on vineyards […]

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2018 Napa Valley Grower of the Year Announced: Steve Moulds of Moulds Family Vineyards

NAPA, CA (April 5, 2018) – Oak Knoll District grapegrower Steve Moulds has been named the 2018 Napa Valley Grower of the Year. Moulds will be honored for his contributions to the Napa Valley wine industry and community on May 11 at the Napa Valley Grapegrowers 43rd Annual Dinner.   Moulds began his farming career […]

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NEWS FETCH — April 6, 2018

TOP NEWS China raises tariff on U.S. wine imports from 48.2% to 67.7% Bordeaux wine fraud: GVG merchant ordered to pay 200,000 euros Should wineries really be public companies? Not too big to fail: Where it all went wrong for Conviviality Foley Acquires Rising Acrobat Label From Oregon’s King Estate Consumers will severely punish you […]

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NEWS FETCH — April 5, 2018

TOP NEWS Carlyle splashes $770 million on Australian winemaker, Accolade Wines, with eye on China Conviviality still seeking a buyer for Bargain Booze after confirming Matthew Clark sale Beer and wine jobs have grown quickly and employ about the same number of people US seizes NorCal pot-growing houses tied to China-based criminals Here’s how to […]

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