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FEBRUARY 17, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Penrose Hill/Firstleaf sued, complaint alleges civil rights violations of disabled web site access. Class action requested U.S. Spares Wine & Spirits Industry From Higher Tariffs Cannabis can be lifeline for grape growers, dairy farmers The price of wine is dropping fast The curious case of the OLCC’s labeling battle with California’s Copper Cane […]

FEBRUARY 14, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS The online challenge for wine Aussie wine sales exceed production again Oregon wine bucks lackluster sales trend Wine and Spirits Industry Details Tariff Pain Ahead of Potential Escalation Two Buck Chuck wine returns to its famous low price at Trader Joe’s in California. Here’s why Calif’s mediocre 2020 rainfall puts 10% of state […]

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FEBRUARY 13, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS ‘Deceptive’ record for French wine exports as tariffs bite Robert Mondavi Winery Sits in the To Kalon Vineyard. Its Owner Says There’s No Such Place Californian workers to get two more weeks of paid family leave, starting this summer 500,000 acres of San Joaquin cropland to go fallow as groundwater management goes into […]

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FEBRUARY 12, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS To Kalon grapes get caught up in smoke taint lawsuits against insurers California wine prices may drop with oversupply of grapes TWE faces class action as profits take a hit Treasury Wine boss Michael Clarke to retire in July Track Coronavirus real-time with this interactive global dashboard from Johns Hopkins University Boutique winemakers: […]

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FEBRUARY 11, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS California Grape Glut Starts to Bite Relief! California 2019 preliminary crush: 3.89 million tons., down from 4.28 million tons in 2018 US is a ‘replaceable’ importer of European wine Premium spenders on wine, counter to preconceptions, are not the most knowledgeable wine drinkers OZ: New South Wales wine industry could be hit by […]

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FEBRUARY 10, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS This email shows how the wine industry is its own worst enemy Tariffs devastating US wine exports to China Trinchero to change ‘Ménage à Trois’ wine label after UK complaint upheld Couple quarantined on cruise ship order wine by drone These are the tools you need for engaging your DTC customers Boutique winemakers: […]

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FEBRUARY 7, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Chlorpyrifos maker to stop making pesticide linked to brain damage California’s wine future remains RED! – AGG Nursery Survey US imports of French wine plummet as tariffs hit Label changes scrapped after Burgundy winemakers see red Small-Business Owner Optimism Dips but Still Strong The Oldest Wine Shop in the US Is About to […]

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FEBRUARY 6, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS US wine shipments increase slightly to 409M cases in 2019 Total Wine & More Claims Out-Of-State Discrimination In New York Barrel company with address in Napa is alleged scam Wine grape growers lose labor to cannabis farms 2019 California Grape Crush Report Coming Monday, February 10th Email benchmarks may — or may not […]

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FEBRUARY 5, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS When wine grape oversupply hands you financial lemons, making lemonade comes in handy Wonderful Citrus Secures 846 Acre Bianchi Big Bench in Salinas Valley to grow “New” Non-GMO Naturally Seedless Lemons Epic Wines & Spirits Expands with Acquisition of Pacific Wine Distributors Nation’s Largest Wine and Grape Industry Gathering Kicks Off 26th Year […]

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FEBRUARY 4, 2020 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Coronavirus hits China wine trade: spending down, quarantines impeding travel Unraveling the Master Sommelier Exam Cheating Scandal Friends, family & product reviews vital for Millennial/GenZ purchase decisions. We don’t know much about wine because we’re out-sourcing memory storage to our phones The shelter giving wine to alcoholics Hard coffee, hard kombucha — experts […]

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