Wine Industry News

January, 18, 2019 City of Sonoma to limit, reduce downtown tasting rooms

(SonomaNews) - Limiting the number of wine-tasting rooms? Yes. Creating wine-tasting business licenses? No. That was the scorecard at the end of the Jan. 14 meeting of the Sonoma City Council, which continued its efforts to rein in the proliferation of tasting rooms in the downtown Plaza area...

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January, 18, 2019 Total U.S. Wine Market Tops $70 Billion

(WB) - Wines Vines Analytics, a division of Wine Communications Group and the wine industry's comprehensive source for the latest data on wine sales, direct-to-consumer shipments and other key metrics launched a new, authoritative and dynamic monthly report. The Wine Analytics Report is a digita...

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January, 17, 2019 ProWein Celebrates its 25th Anniversary

(Winemag) - More than 7,000 exhibitors from around the globe will gather to learn the newest trends in the industry and strike business deals.  ProWein has set records for both exhibitor and visitor numbers in recent years. This year is expected to be no different, as the 10 fully-booked ha...

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January, 17, 2019 It's Harvesttime for Wine in … Tahiti?!

(Wine Spectator) - Polynesia's only vineyard is celebrating its 50th harvest—in 20 years. Here's how. Plus, an unlikely Australian critter gives a vineyard a "seal" of approval, a Prosecco protest goes viral (sorta), and … why are Tesla owners pouring red wine all over their car seats?...

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January, 17, 2019 Château Dauzac in Bordeaux sold

( TDB) - The Margaux property has been owned by French insurance group MAIF for 30 years but rumours have been swirling for a while now that the estate was up for sale. Dauzac is a fifth growth with a 120 hectare estate, including 49ha of vineyards in Margaux and a small 2ha plot in Haut-M&eacut...

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January, 17, 2019 Coca-Cola launches line of alcohol-free sparkling drinks

(TDB) - Coca-Cola has launched a line of alcohol-free sparkling drinks called Bar Nøne, featuring a Sangria, Dry Aged Cider, Bellini Spritz and a Spiced Ginger Mule. The diverse range caters towards wine, beer and cocktail drinkers, who want to drink not “as often, or as much,&rdquo...

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January, 17, 2019 Are US millennials giving wine the cold shoulder?

( Decanter) - Millennials in the US are not diving into the wine world as quickly as predicted, suggests a new report, raising concern that this generation won't compensate for retiring baby boomers.  In Brief Millennials ‘not engaging’ with wine as anticipated but there is t...

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January, 17, 2019 Glimmer of Hope for Wine Lovers at Supreme Court

(Wine Searcher) - The opening exchanges of a landmark Supreme Court hearing offered hope and confusion in equal parts. The Supreme Court might soon let you order wine from anywhere... or it might not. The Court heard one hour of arguments in Tennessee Wine & Spirits Retailers Association ...

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