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OCTOBER 1, 2018 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS More good news for wine retailer DTC shipments on Friday as federal court rules MI law invalid Canada Set to Resolve U.S. Wine Dispute in Revised Trade Accord Silicon Valley Bank’s Wine Business Survey Needs Your Participation DEA could be loosening up on Cannabis Derived Drugs MORE DETAILS: Michigan’s Protectionist Wine Shipping Ban […]

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SEPTEMBER 28, 2018 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS U.S. Supreme Court May Open the Door (Or Slam it Shut!) On Retailer DTC Shipping Napa Valley’s 2018 Winegrape Harvest Builds Balance at a Steady Pace Ten Ways Wine Can Combat the Threat of Cannabis Craft Distilleries Growth Continues Here’s how to avoid costly mistakes by managing your barrel inventory with bar codes […]

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SEPTEMBER 27, 2018 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS USDA projects 2018 farm income will decline to 2016 levels Calif wineries get more social media flexibility with some retailer events Wine Industry CFOs expect recession; grape brokers see large 2018 harvest Senate passes bipartisan resolution recognizing contributions of American Viticultural Areas The Academic Wino Is Seeking Guest Writers Starting December 2018 Here’s […]

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SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Emetry and Delectable Announce New Partnership to Bring Greater Consumer Insights to Wine Brands Gomberg shows Nielsen underestimates wine growth – Market’s Up 3% in Volume, 4% in Value DTC Wine Symposium announces first slate of 2019 keynotes Napa Valley tourism holds steady one year after wildfires US Consumer confidence hits 138.4 in […]

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SEPTEMBER 25, 2018 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS WHO urges higher alcohol taxes globally Dangerous fire conditions spark red flag warnings across Northern California – Again! The rise of cannabis drinks Europe now outpaces the U.S. by 2X in craft beer innovation Major Changes to Beer Wholesaler Operations in California Here’s how to avoid costly mistakes by managing your barrel inventory […]

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SEPTEMBER 24, 2018 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS The Wine Industry Doesn’t Have An Education Problem, We Have An Engagement Problem Sonoma County Wine Auction raises $5.7 million for charitable causes, including post-fire housing U.S. wine drinkers still stuck on glass & cork despite can growth Texas vintners say drifting pesticides are killing their vines Here’s how to avoid costly mistakes […]

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SEPTEMBER 21, 2018 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Did winemaker Joe Wagner misrepresent where his Oregon Pinot Noirs came from? UN: Excessive drinking killed over 3 million people in 2016 Marketplaces win online, how should the industry respond? California’s Plan to Store Water Underground Could Risk Contamination The 8 Million-Bottle Man Keeps Gold Medal Wine Club’s Focus on Artisan Wineries and […]

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SEPTEMBER 20, 2018 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS WX Brands – Winetech funding #10: Edges out DRINKS. Probably ranks higher but the data is too hazy to know Oregon wine sale grew at 10-times national rate in 2017 North Coast winemakers rejoice over 2018 harvest, mostly uneventful with the cooler weather The wine in a can market has “legs”​ Napa weather […]

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SEPTEMBER 19, 2018 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS California wine among $60 billion in US goods hit by new China tariffs U.S. Spirits Market To Outperform Beer And Wine For The 7th Consecutive Year Direct-Shipping Goes Mainstream Heritage Wine Brand Lapis Luna Acquired Do you and your neighbors live longer than the U.S. average? This interactive tool will show you Here’s […]

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SEPTEMBER 18, 2018 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Wine’s Pyramid Of Influence & How To Make It Work For You Online giants open the door to China for world’s wine producers A Corrupt Scheme At The Middle of the American Wine Industry Amazon Has Nearly 50% of US Ecommerce Market (But lags big-time in food and beverages) Farmers thought they had […]

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