Wine Industry News

June, 09, 2019 The Wine Country Tasting Room Is Dead. But Long Live Wine Country

(Fortune) - Forget standing at a tasting bar. A trip to California’s wine country today means comedy shows, art museums, cabanas at pool parties, and interactive dinners—all with a glass in hand. “People are no longer willing to just come into a tasting room, pay their tasting ...

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June, 04, 2019 How Much Americans Spend On Wine, What They Buy, In What Container— And More

(Forbes) - According to the latest  Wine Vines Analytics/Nielsen  stats, from March 2018-March 2019 American consumers spent $14.4 billion on wine through, “grocery, drug, mass merchandisers, convenience, dollar, military, as well as a selection of warehouse clubs, and liquor channe...

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June, 04, 2019 Lawsuit Casts Doubt on Cult Producer's Financials

(Wine-Searcher) - One of Napa's biggest names, Bryant Family Vineyards, has become embroiled in a potentially damaging court case. One of Napa's cult wine producers is in dire financial straits according to a case filed in federal court by a financial consultant claiming $400,000 in compensat...

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June, 02, 2019 The World's Most Wanted Wines – Ever

(Wine-Searcher) - We reveal this year's most searched-for wines and the most popular across Wine-Searcher's 20-year history. Well, we come to the end of our series on the world's most wanted wines and the problem at the end is the same as it was at the start – the sheer persistence of...

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June, 02, 2019 The First 100% Gravity-Flow Wine Cellar In Bordeaux

(Forbes) - The Bordeaux “super second”  Château Cos d’Estournel  on the Left Bank in the Haut-Médoc is in the most northern appellation for Grand Crus Classés wines,  Saint-Estèphe . Officially classified as a second growth, it is called a...

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June, 02, 2019 Napa Valley: 10 new wine tasting rooms, restaurants, adventures

(Mercurynews) - Living near the Napa Valley means appreciating its allure year-round. We can traipse through verdant vineyards, pop into world-class wineries and catch incomparable sunsets whenever we want. But summer is our favorite season for a wine country escape. Almost on cue, the longer da...

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June, 02, 2019 Not Every ‘Natural Wine’ Is Responsibly Farmed

(VinePair) - The “ natural wine ” trend has swept the food and wine industry, and lifestyle publications from  Vogue  to  Playboy  are covering the phenomenon. The benefits for small wineries have been huge; but, unfortunately, most of the conversations surrounding n...

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May, 30, 2019 How France is fighting to save its struggling wine industry

(TheLocal) - The French government recently announced an ambitious research programme as part of its plan to fight for the survival of its declining vineyards. Here's a look at the reason behind the project. For any wine fans out there, it may come as a surprise that something so syno...

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