Wine Industry News

March, 25, 2020 Tips and trends for averting a wine crisis

(StarTribune) - Best prices found on imported wines over 14% alcohol. But more U.S.- produced wines are coming on the market.  This is a difficult time for those in the wine trade. But the effects on wine consumers should be negligible, and in many cases positive. Especially if they know wh...

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March, 15, 2020 Amid declining travel, Napa's wine industry braces for coronavirus impact

(NVR) - As experts predict a volatile time ahead for the tourism and hospitality industry, Napa Valley wineries say they haven’t yet felt the sting of  coronavirus-prompted cancellations , but they’re bracing. Tasting room sales by volume were down 22 percent over the w...

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(TDB) - The owner of Canada’s Mission Hill winery and founder of seltzer brand White Claw, Anthony von Mandl, has bought Liquidity Wines in British Columbia for C$12.5 million. As reported by  Business in Vancouver , von Mandl has strengthened his foothold in the Canadian wine market,...

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March, 07, 2020 It was only a matter of time. Lab-created ‘molecular’ wine is here.

(WP) - It was bound to happen sooner or later. Someone has made wine in a laboratory. Well, not wine, exactly. It’s a “molecular exclusive” made from “neutral spirits with carbonation, natural flavors, caramel color and beta carotene for color.” But I&...

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March, 07, 2020 A malfunction causes red wine to flow from faucets in an Italian town

(CNN) - Who wouldn't love it if red wine started flowing from their kitchen sink? For a few hours Wednesday, residents of the northern Italian town of Castelvetro realized they could have their Lambrusco not just from bottles -- but also from their faucets and shower heads. A malfunction...

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February, 13, 2020 Possible 100% Tariffs Loom Large Over U.S. Wine Industry

(WineMag) - This week, the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) will make another decision regarding  the 25% tariffs it imposed  on certain European Union (E.U.) wines and goods last year. It might opt to maintain them, reduce them, levy a 100% tax on all E.U. wines or any combination thereo...

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February, 11, 2020 California Crushed About 3.9 Million Tons of Winegrapes in 2019

(WB) - California crushed fewer wine grapes last fall than in 2018, according to the preliminary 2019 grape crush report released Monday. California crushed roughly 3.9 million tons of grapes in 2019 – or 8 percent less than in 2018, according to data the California Agricult...

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February, 02, 2020 Confusion reigns supreme over proposed 100% wine tariffs

(OregonLice) -A recent tweet by French President Emmanuel Macron  cooled one potential trade conflict  with the United States, while  muddying the waters of another . The confusing fallout has everyone in the wine world scrambling to make sense of it all. On Jan. 20, Macron tweete...

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