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OCTOBER 1, 2019 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS California ABC facing three separate whistleblower lawsuits Cannabis may not pose as big a threat to wine as many fear The Price of State Control for Wine US premium consumers: clouds on the horizon? Rosés, Sparklers Lead The Way For France’s “Hot Prospect” Wines Drinks brands could lose billions if plain packaging extended […]

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SEPTEMBER 30, 2019 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Can hard seltzer actually help wine sales? SV Bank survey needs your data to navigate today’s uncertainty How wine data goes rogue Desktop beats mobile in wine order checkouts Millennials & Augmented Reality Are Changing Wine Sales Gut microbes can even get teetotalers drunk Lego set investments beat wine, art and cars Boutique […]

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SEPTEMBER 27, 2019 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS The imminent glut: The CA wine industry is facing a major wine surplus How Cameron Hughes Plays The Allocation Shuffle With California’s Wine Glut Lodi Wine Grape Glut Leads To Creative Sale Sign The top 1% of your wine customers produce 25% of your revenues. How do you find them? UK vs US: […]

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SEPTEMBER 26, 2019 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Cal ABC extends comments on semi-secret, racially flawed regs. Says restaurants & workers “not stakeholders” French police raid wine harvest trafficking network The New Sobriety gets its own trade show Your brand’s website is still the most important way for consumers to interact with you. This chart shows you 9 also rans. Where […]

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SEPTEMBER 25, 2019 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Heitz Cellar Owner Buys Napa Valley’s Haynes Vineyard Wine Institute gets almost $1 million increase from U.S. Market Assistance Program (falls one place overall); Northwest wine finally included Does sober-curiosity deserve the hype? PG&E to shut off power to about 48,000 customers, including 1,400 in Sonoma, Napa county Internet customers would rather have […]

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SEPTEMBER 24, 2019 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Calif ABC’s LEAD regs have serious racist impact Vintage Wine Estates buys Owen Roe brands For California wineries during harvest, PG&E power outages could be disastrous PG&E cuts power to 24,000 customers in Calif’s Sierra Foothills Treasury Wine Estates boss concerned Penfolds could become political pawn Allowing wine club members to tailor their […]

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SEPTEMBER 23, 2019 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Calif Industry must act today to comment on major ABC program launched without adequate notice Calif ABC tries to sneak through a big new bureaucracy EU still sees US vino as mass & huge production wines Wine & Milk in Decline Due to Changing Science As a global cultural export, U.S. cuisine ranks […]

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SEPTEMBER 20, 2019 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS North Coast grape harvest: toughest since 2010: Allied Grape Growers Banish Roundup From the Farm? It’ll Take More Than Lawsuits Facebook use declining among GenX but rising with Millennials, Boomers & Silent Generation Obituary: Ian Symington Effects of climate change highlighted by new World Atlas of Wine Boutique winemakers: Save time and effort […]

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SEPTEMBER 19, 2019 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Calif grape growers without contracts struggling to sell grapes, with outlook “bleak” in some regions How seriously should we be taking the rise of wines in a can? Why the alcohol-free movement is becoming fashionable Fine wine auction pioneer David Elswood dies What Does Finding Phylloxera Mean for Washington Wine? 7 Reasons smartphone […]

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SEPTEMBER 18, 2019 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Jeff Hill likely to escape punishment for major wine scam Robert Craig Winery Founder Bob Craig Dies The ascent of the Oregon wine industry continues apace Older moderate & occasional alcohol consumers live longest: New Study Vineyards Facing A Lanternfly Invasion May Turn To Alien Insect For Help Santa Barbara Vintners Considering Mandatory […]

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