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NEWS FETCH — March 13, 2016

TOP NEWS TWE MD Dan Townsend has passed away Treasury Wine Estates turnaround relied on leadership and culture [UPDATE 3/13/17] COLAs Back Online After System Backup Killed TTB Computers Three-tier system: Are changes on the way? Does Napa Have too Much Cab? 3,000 acres in Washington’s Horse Heaven Hills AVA! Long-term lease. Organic possible. Bids […]

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NEWS FETCH — March 10, 2016

TOP NEWS Washington grower agrees to pay $1.2 million to former workers ‘Babies before booze’ bill would raise liquor tax to pay for tax-free diapers, tampons in CA Charles Banks Wire Fraud Trial Set For May 30 Synthetic genome for yeast nearly complete, paving way for designer organisms Restaurant sales, traffic tumble in February California […]

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NEWS FETCH — March 9, 2016

TOP NEWS As Calif crush figures climb, so do wine grape prices U.S. Appeals Court affirms tribal groundwater rights The death of the experts Millennials & Sparkling Wine: Connecting Culture and Consumer Behavior UK Budget 2017: Wine duty rise means ‘triple whammy’ price increases – trade Hispanic Purchasing Power Surges! Ignore At Your Own Peril […]

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NEWS FETCH — March 8, 2016

TOP NEWS Canadian Wine and Grape Industry Contributes $9 Billion in Economic Impact to Canadian Economy Delicato takes unspecified “significant” equity stake in V2 Central Valley Project farmers face uncertainty on water supplies Long-Known Flaw In Dam Drains Worsened Oroville Reservoir failures Australian winemaker Accolade drops IPO plan 3,000 acres in Washington’s Horse Heaven Hills […]

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NEWS FETCH — March 7, 2016

TOP NEWS Italian wine exports to the US at an all-time high as sales top €1.8 bn Wine Distribution Alternatives Won’t Produce Tears For The Three Tier System Fewer distributors in US handling increasing number of wineries US Consumers’ February Spending Highest Since 2008 US Economic Confidence Index at Record High of +16 3,000 acres […]

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NEWS FETCH — March 6, 2016

TOP NEWS Fresno First to Reach Bud Break Lodi: Large wastewater spill at Woodbridge Winery now under control UK: Sales of fizz breaks Christmas barrier of 45 million bottles for first time Riverbanks collapse after Oroville Dam spillway shut off Trump’s administration will be making it harder to get H1-B visas starting in April 3,000 […]

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NEWS FETCH — March 3, 2016

TOP NEWS US drinking more wine, but Millennials not so much San Joaquin Valley Wine Pioneer Angelo Papagni Passes Away Harnessing 3½ Tier Wine Distribution Time to Question the Weed & Wine Collaboration Scenario Direct analysis of glyphosate in wine (All data and analysis, no health claims) Pernod Ricard posts an $11 million loss in […]

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NEWS FETCH — March 2, 2016

TOP NEWS China to become second largest wine consumer by 2020 Washington wine industry pioneer Terry Flanagan dies at age 79 Legal Pot Clobbers Beer Sales. To Rival Wine if OK Nationally. The Millennial market may not be such a good thing for wine Uber’s new analytics tool lets restaurants better track sales and service […]

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NEWS FETCH — March 1, 2016

TOP NEWS Lessons For Wineries In The Bronco/Waugh Trademark Battle Over Napa’s Six Degrees Feds promise 100 percent surface water allocation to California farmers Trump Set to Ditch Controversial WOTUS Water Rule Real Cork Is Fighting Back Against Screwcaps The $124 Million Wine Fraud 3,000 acres in Washington’s Horse Heaven Hills AVA! Long-term lease. Organic […]

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NEWS FETCH — February 28, 2016

TOP NEWS Constellation humiliates its competition in retail sales growth. Pending legislation threatens to close as many as 25 Md. wineries What Can Wine Learn from the Cruise Ship Industry? Giant chasm revealed as water stops flowing at Oroville Dam Expelling illegals? Workers may stay Warm February Concerning, But Fruit Growers Shouldn’t Panic 3,000 acres […]

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