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MAY 27, 2021 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS California tells hundreds of landowners in Sonoma, Mendocino counties to halt Russian River water diversions (possible paywall) More small wineries are looking for exit, but ‘expectation gulf’ separates buyers and sellers Northern California winemakers embrace fire fighting in early wildfire season More Women And Younger Consumers Breaking Into The World Of Fine Wine, […]

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MAY 26, 2021 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Denied property insurance, Napa Valley wineries ‘extremely vulnerable’ this fire season (possible paywall) Chicago restaurants launching “vaccinated only” sections Michigan wine shipping lawsuit targets Napa vintner, 3 others Why are supertasters more resistant to COVID than most people? Napa supervisors failed to hear warnings of risky winery project (possible paywall) Global Alcohol advertising […]

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MAY 25, 2021 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Deadlines and dueling appraisals set up Rabbit Ridge Winery property for an existential turning point in mid-June Tasting Fees Skyrocket in Wine Country SevenFifty Announces $23 Million Growth Equity Financing to Further Accelerate Digital Transformation for Beverage Alcohol Industry Too Much, Too Much, Too Little: Solving the Canned Wine Puzzle US wineries continuing […]

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MAY 24, 2021 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Estimated $2.5 million in damage from Napa’s Bronco Wine Company fire (possible paywall) Healdsburg winemaker from Australia dies after bike struck by alleged drunken driver (possible paywall) California North Coast vintner claims smoky grapes ruined its tanks; grower alleges winery is holding up sales Delaware Wine Shipping Bill Retains Ban on Shipment of […]

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MAY 21, 2021 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Firefighters subdue blaze at Bronco Wine storage center in south Napa (possible paywall) How heart disease created America’s wine industry It’s time to counter fine wine’s historic hostility to Black people. The number of births prevented by the pandemic may exceed the death toll from covid-19 Woman perfectly reveals the difference between drinking […]

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MAY 20, 2021 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Lawsuits Looming for Online Wine Retailers The Annual SVB Direct to Consumer Webcast is Tuesday May 25th Why Wineries Should Consider Making More Sweet Wine, According To New E&J Gallo Study Are indigenous N.American vines Calif wine’s answer to climate change? (possible paywall) Optimism continues as restaurant sales climb amidst labor shortage Restaurant […]

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MAY 19, 2021 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Frequency of wine consumption increasing compared with 2019 levels Any amount of alcohol consumption harmful to the brain, finds study ‘We can’t pretend like we didn’t just go through a global pandemic’: Alcohol brands cautiously optimistic about new messaging (possible paywall) Rabbit Ridge property owners looking for new lender, say value is greater […]

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MAY 18, 2021 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Rabbit Ridge Winery property scheduled for bankruptcy auction in June. Global alcohol sales fell 6% during the pandemic Clendenen a Huge Loss for California Wine House lawmakers unveil bill to end ban on Postal Service shipments of alcohol America’s Restaurant Apocalypse Has Been Greatly Exaggerated (possible paywall) The Quick Books of wine DTC […]

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MAY 17, 2021 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS Why the moves of Sebastiani, Clos du Bois brands is not uncommon in wine business Buying wine online is another pandemic-era shift that’s poised to stick around (possible paywall) Liars Lied and Killed the Postal Service Wine Shipping Bill? French vineyards devastated by changing climate reportedly expect to lose up to 50% of […]

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MAY 14, 2021 – WINE NEWS FETCH

TOP NEWS The future of wine post-COVID: Five trends to watch How a people-first approach helped one Washington wine grape grower succeed in a pandemic. A dangerous fire season looms as the drought-stricken Western US heads for a water crisis CEOs consider digital media ads and social media metrics mostly a waste of money U.S. Retail […]

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