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JULY 13, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Wine Dodges the Tariff Bullet Why have spirits brands been “more powerful” in the marketplace than wine brands? 10 Mostly Good Ways the Pandemic Has Altered Expectations of Remote Work For Wine Country’s Black Winemakers, The Days of Invisibility Are Over Grandstanding and Support of Special Interests Harms Wine Consumers in Ohio New […]

JULY 10, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS California Wine Sales Reach $43.6 Billion in U.S. Market in 2019 The California Hospitality Reopening Roadmap to Success Recommendations sell! Wine must find an *accurate* path to the types people like most. Dear Supreme Court: Please fix three-tier and allow direct shipping Clusters of COVID-19 cases arise among North Bay farmworkers, who remain […]

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JULY 9, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Ohio smacks Wine.com, other DTC shippers with federal prohibition act injunction WSWA likes Ohio action to stop direct shipping Treasury Wine faces renewed pressure to ditch US operations Post-COVID online grocery services need to sustain these key value drivers Will brand owners divert resources from the on-premise? Streamlining a Large Custom Crush Operation […]

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JULY 8, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Pandemic Will Create Big Revenue Losses For U.S. Wine Industry ETS & Enartis/Vinquiry Laboratories, to Merge Black Wine Professionals Demand More Inclusion In Predominantly White Industry 2020 Tasting Room Study: Results Show Opportunities for Growth Planting trees could help winegrowers adapt to global warming, French researchers say Your marketing has to rise above […]

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JULY 6, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Gallo sues Napa’s Amourvino Winery over breach of contract COVID surge to extend at-home AlcBev consumption Just 0.1% of U.S. Winemakers are Black. Here’s How to Fix That Loss of smell is more crippling to the wine industry than was thought How Wine Can Stop Its Return to an Era of Snoot Willamette […]

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JULY 2, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS EPI Wine and Champagne Division Takes Majority Stake in Folio Fine Wine Partners Wine, Recession & the Fed-Ex Effect Is Direct Wine Shipping To Consumers A Victim Of Its Own Success? Chicago slaps DTC with city taxes Legal updates: Copper Cane, Bryant Winery, Penrose Hill v Mabray, Jeff Hill The new COVID surge has […]

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JULY 1, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS CA Wine Biz Decline may cost state $9.6 Bil in direct, indirect & induced losses Vaynerchuk flips Empathy Brand to Constellation Spirits continue to lead wine and beer in Nielsen Off-Premise AlcBev sales Huge Wine Frauds Uncovered in Europe Alcohol Sales Are Not Spiking Or Even Stabilizing. Here’s Why This Misconception Matters. Is […]

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JUNE 30, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Tony Terlato, a Giant in the U.S. Wine Industry, Dies at 86 GenZ and Millennials most likely to stick with online grocery in the post-COVID world Kirsten MacLeod: wine needs ‘multi strand’ action to tackle racial diversity Generation Z and Workers from Home Drove the Growth of California Wine Consumption During the COVID-19 […]

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JUNE 29, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS The wine industry is overwhelmingly white. Now, the push for inclusivity is gaining momentum. Beware! Calif ABC is targeting Delivery Personnel & their AlcBev licensees – This time it’s justified What’s holding up wine shipping in the US? 3 scientific reasons behind all the wine & health arguments Higher restaurant spending predicts rise […]

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JUNE 26, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Hard seltzer: The unstoppable force? California Winegrape Growers Expected to Suffer $437 Million in Lost Sales this Fall Due to COVID-19 Class Action Lawsuit Alleges Copper Cane Misled Buyers on Source of Wine Overturning discrimination against women in wine It’s Time to Decolonize Wine Opening a Winery in the Face of Covid The ‘master’ […]

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