Wine Industry News

June, 20, 2020 Black-Owned Wine Shops to Support From Coast to Coast

(Winemag) - These Black-owned  wine shops  range from tiny boutiques to sprawling spaces and hybrid retailers-bars-winemaking facilities. All keep their communities coming back for more. Here is a list of Black-owned wine shops to support from coast to coast. ...

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June, 20, 2020 Oregon Gains Two Wine Appellations

(WineSpectator) - Oregon wine country has gained two new appellations. The U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) approved the Laurelwood District and Tualatin Hills as American Viticultural Areas (AVAs). That brings the total number of AVAs in the state to 21. The two viticult...

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June, 20, 2020 Why the Wine Industry Shouldn’t Be Color Blind

(Spitbucket) - In the last few weeks, I’ve listened to a lot of very moving testimony from Black wine professionals about their experiences in the wine industry. One that hit me particularly hard was Tahiirah Habibi of  the Hue Society  recounting her story of taking the Introductor...

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June, 20, 2020 Men should cut back on booze, federal panel says

(Politico) - Men should cut back their alcohol intake to one drink per day rather than two, according to an influential panel that is advising the government on new dietary guidelines due out this year. And Americans should also further cut back on added sugars, said the panel of outsi...

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June, 15, 2020 Global gut: Wine grape glut may cut into industry’s profits

(Tricitiesbusinessnews) - While the quality of grapes and winemaking in Washington state remain world-class, the global glut of wine continues to cut into the industry’s bottom line. Consumers stand to benefit, whenever shelter-in-place restrictions and pandemic-affected spending allow. ...

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March, 25, 2020 France officially recognizes natural wine designation

(WB) - Winemakers in France recently obtained formal recognition from French authorities with regard to the existence of “natural wine.” The new denomination is defined by a quality production charter and marketed under the term, vin méthode nature. After 10 years ef...

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March, 25, 2020 The California Wine Industry Adjusts to the New Not-Normal

(Winemag) - With the one-two punch of the growing coronavirus pandemic and Governor Gavin Newsom of  California  ordering the entire state to shelter in place, the wine industry in America’s top wine-producing state is facing the greatest challenge of its time. This comes after...

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(TDB) - The impact of the coronavirus on businesses is forcing wine importers in the US to get creative in order to continue to sell their wines. Importer Tom Sullivan of the Miami Beach-based Vignobles Sullivan is making use of a new relaxed law in New York that allows restaurants and bars...

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