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Top Ten Tips to Take Your Wine Brand National in the USA

Understanding the distribution chain, scaling your business and preparing your brand for national distribution. After you find an effective import solution to get your wines into the USA, building your wine brand into a national icon means understanding the ins and outs of state compliance and building […]

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Auction Napa Valley Raises $15.8 Million for Community Health and Children’s Education

New records set for single Live Auction lot and Barrel and E-Auction totals 6/7/2015 – St. Helena, CA – Four beautiful days in Napa Valley inspired a bountiful $15.8 million in proceeds from Auction Napa Valley, the Napa Valley Vintners’ (NVV) annual charity fundraiser. Auction Napa Valley […]

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Wine Trade Associations Girding For Battle With Illinois Lawsuit Troll

April 29, 2015 | Filed under News Briefs | Posted by Lewis Perdue The Wine Institute and the Oregon Winegrowers Association are preparing to move against Stephen B. Diamond, an Illinois attorney who has filed hundreds of lawsuits against wineries and other Internet shipping companies in “qui […]

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Sonoma County’s Vineyards Reach Halfway Mark towards Becoming 100% Sustainable by 2019

Winegrowers Self-Assess More Than 55% of Vineyard Acreage Sonoma County Winegrowers April 22, 2015 12:00 PM Sonoma County Winegrowers announced today that more than half of all vineyard acres in Sonoma County have completed a sustainability self-assessment after just 15 months since the organization announced its bold […]

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Weaning vines off water

By DAN BERGER For the Press Democrat April 6, 2015 John Williams, the visionary Frog’s Leap winery owner from Rutherford in the Napa Valley, was the most logical go-to person when an idle comment from a shop owner suggested that the wine industry could face water-shortage problems very […]

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Uncorking The Motives and Methods of Wine Fraud

March 23, 2015 By James Duren Imagine the shock: That priceless vintage you acquired for your cellar – the one which induced the admiring glances of some of the richest men in America – is a fake, a sham. You’re left with a worthless bottle of wine. […]

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Berger: Winemaker Richard Arrowood continues building quiet legacy

It’s hard to believe Richard Arrowood has been making wine in Sonoma County for 50 years. At a small, private tasting the other day at the home he and his wife Alis share high atop a Moon Mountain property, above Sonoma Valley, Arrowood served 60 wines from […]

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California Wines Fuel $1.49 Billion in U.S. Wine Exports in 2014

Feb 25, 2015 SAN FRANCISCO — U.S. wine exports, 90% from California, reached $1.49 billion in winery revenues in 2014, the second highest dollar value for U.S. wine exports and a 64% increase from five years ago. Challenged by a strong dollar and the West Coast port […]

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West Coast port workers, shippers reach tentative agreement

The Pacific Maritime Association and International Longshore and Warehouse Union Friday evening said a tentative agreement on a new five-year labor contract had been reached, though is still subject to ratification. Related: 5 things to know about the West Coast port labor situation The agreement closes nine […]

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