Wine Industry News

May, 27, 2019 Want to Know Your Wine Is Genuine? EY Has Built a Blockchain for That

(CoinDesk) - “Big Four” professional services firm EY has built a blockchain platform for a firm that will help consumers determine wines’ quality, provenance and authenticity. The TATTOO Wine Platform has been developed for Blockchain Wine Pte. Ltd. using EY’s OpsChain s...

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May, 27, 2019 US BREWERIES BLAME TRUMP’S TARIFFS FOR JOB LOSSES

(TDB) - Breweries in the US have blamed the Trump administration’s metal tariffs for a loss of thousands of jobs in the beer industry since 2016. A report published by the Beer Institute and National Beer Wholesalers Association has found that 40,000 jobs have been lost in breweries as tar...

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May, 27, 2019 Four-Acre Compound in the Heart of California’s Napa Valley Wine Country

(MG) - The estate features a 150,000-gallon pool, tennis court, bocce court and wine cellar. Listing of the Day Location: Napa, California Price: $15 million This four-acre compound in the heart of California’s Napa Valley wine country includes a nearly 4,000-square-fo...

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May, 27, 2019 Rosé company will pay you $10,000 to drink wine

(WFLA) - If you think drinking wine and being photogenic are two of your greatest strengths we have the perfect job for you. A French wine company is looking for someone to be the  new face of their brand . So basically they want someone who loves wine, and looks good drinking it! The wi...

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May, 26, 2019 The World's Most Wanted Champagnes

(Wine-Searcher) - The workhorse cuvées are giving way to their showier, more-expensive siblings in Champagne. These are worrying times for the king of sparkling wines, but the star performers somehow manage to sail through the choppy waters of international trade without any apparent f...

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May, 24, 2019 Napa Valley winery sues over $1 million in smoke-tainted grapes

(NVR) - Napa Valley vintner has sued its insurer for failing to pay compensation for $1.14 million worth of wine grapes tainted by smoke during the 2017 wildfires in that region. Levensohn Vineyards LLC, of St. Helena, filed suit May 14 In U.S. District Court, Northern California divisi...

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May, 24, 2019 Smoke Taint and Site Specificity Hot Topics at Wine Business IQ

(Sevenfifty) - A panel titled Recent Research: Research That Will Change the Way You Make Wine, started off the second and final day of discussions at  Wine Business Monthly ’s Innovation and Quality, or IQ, forum. The fifth annual event, held May 22 and 23 at  Silverado Resort &nbs...

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May, 22, 2019 Napa Valley vintner Agustin Huneeus admits guilt in college admissions bribery scandal

(PD) - While uncertainty looms over his wine empire, Napa Valley vintner Agustin F. Huneeus admitted guilt Tuesday in a Boston courtroom for his role in the college admissions bribery scandal. Huneeus, a 53-year-old San Francisco resident, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit...

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