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Kylix/Harvard Land Purchase from Wine Group May Have Set Santa Barbara County Record

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Wine’s BIGGEST Unanswered, Market-Killing Question: Why?

On Feb. 21, 2022, Wine Gourd author David Morrison — who is a globally recognized and widely published scientist, biostatistician, and wine drinker — posted this very coherent and detailed post: The wine industry is asking the wrong question.   Dr. Morrison certainly knows his way around both data and wine, and prompted me to look […]

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Duarte Nursery Requests Postponement of New Biden “Waters of the United States” Rule

Note: This letter was sent to Wine Industry Insight by John Duarte with permission to publish it in its entirety. BRISCOE IVESTER & BAZEL LLP 235 MONTGOMERY STREET SUITE 935 SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 94104 (415) 402-2700     February 7, 2022     U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, D.C. 20460   […]

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Wine Grape Prices Take Big Jump : 2021 California Grape Crush Report (Preliminary)

Full report here (PDF) In 2021, Chardonnay continued to account for the largest percentage of the total tonnage crushed at 16.0%.   Cabernet Sauvignon accounted for the second largest percentage of the total crush at 15.3%.   Grapes produced in District 4 (Napa County) received the highest average price at $6,090.55 per ton, up 32.5% […]

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Farm Credit, Bankruptcy Trustee Working Out Final Details of Rabbit Ridge Winery Final Sale

Farm Credit West and the bankruptcy trustee in charge of the former Rabbit Ridge property have entered the final financial stages prior to the scheduled over-bid auction now scheduled for Feb. 15.   The property was once owned by Rabbit Ridge Wine Sales owner and winemaker Erich Russell who lost the property after two bankruptcy […]

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Headed for Unified? Get an N95: “Because “Cloth masks are not going to cut it with omicron.”

By Lewis Perdue Wine Industry Insight Publisher/Executive Editor and Chairman/Chief Scientist for the Center for Research on Environmental Chemicals in Humans     In addition to masks, the Unified Wine and Grape Symposium has added additional set of safeguards for the exhibit hall.   Scientific studies prove that the best option for personal safety and […]

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Rabbit Ridge’s New Owner — Fluid Wine Fund I — Poised For Future Built On Tangled Bankruptcy Assets

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Sale prices of Rabbit Ridge Property Registered With County: Different From Chapter 11 Filing

$11,500,000 $9,700,000 $4,300,000 ========== 25.5 million

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Tomorrow – December 8 — is last chance to bid on Rabbit Ridge Winery Property and Vineyards

Click here for more information. Previous Wine Industry Insight Articles on Rabbit Ridge Rabbit Ridge Winery Properties Set for Over-Bid Auction Riboli drilling test water wells for possible Rabbit Ridge Winery Purchase Simultaneously evicted and not. Is Rabbit Ridge the Schrödinger’s Cat of Wineries? Rabbit Ridge Winery Bankruptcy Trustee Hires Farm Operator for 2021 Harvest; […]

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Billion-dollar Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars Sale A Tactic To Bid Up The Price Up From A Fraction Of That

  Bloomberg reported on Nov. 11 that Sycamore Partners was “Weighing $1 Billion Sale of Stag’s Leap Wine.”   The Bloomberg article stated that, “Sycamore Partners is considering selling Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars for about $1 billion just one month after acquiring the label from Altria Group Inc., according to people with knowledge of the […]

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