Afternoon Brief, March 5

first_imgAdvertisement Email Home Afternoon Brief Afternoon Brief, March 5Afternoon BriefAfternoon Brief, March 5By Stephanie Lozinto – March 5, 2020 103 0 Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Linkedin Previous articleBricoleur Vineyards Grand Opening Set for May 2, 2020Next articleCourt Sets Trial Date to Decide Who Can Use “To-Kalon” to Describe the Source of Wine Grapes Stephanie Lozinto Share Trending Story:Making the Wine Industry Attractive to the Next GenerationHow can wine attract a new generation of viticulturists, winemakers and data specialists? Andreas Clark, CEO of Wine Australia has some thoughts…Today’s News:Wine Origins Alliance Welcomes Four New U.S. MembersFinger Lakes, Livermore Valley, Monterey County and Seneca Lake join global coalition to protect wine place names and eliminate all barriers to trade in wine…How Winemakers Are Adapting to Reach Young ConsumersAmericans bought less wine in 2019, the first drop in a quarter century, as older consumers drink less and millennials opt for alternatives like hard seltzers and cocktails, according to industry leaders. Winemakers say the industry needs to adapt to younger consumers…Proposed Michigan Bill to Fix Unconstitutional, Anti-Consumer Bans on Wine ShippingConsumers across Michigan and the National Association of Wine Retailers applaud the introduction of SB 819 and HB 5579, companion bills that will finally allow Michigan consumers to receive shipments of wine from out-of-state wine retailers and wine clubs…What Sommeliers Look for While Buying WinesFederal Government Nips America’s First Hemp Wine in the BudSonoma County GSA Planning Process Ramps Up to Address Sustainability ConcernsEffects of Heat and Water Stress Experts to Speak in Napa on March 27South Dakota Colleges Can Now Ferment Wine and Beer on CampusGaragiste Wine Festival Continues Tenth Anniversary Celebrations in Solvang, April 17th – 19thReport from Lodi Grape Day: Wine Market Council Data Highlights Need to AdaptConstellation Brands to Report Full Fiscal Year and Fourth Quarter 2020 Financial Results; Host Conference Call April 3, 2020Coronavirus Threatens Bordeaux Wine’s ShowpieceGerman Wine Exports Rose, but So Did UncertaintiesAiming to Live Past 90? Moderate Wine Consumption Could HelpBlogs:Report—Wine Retailer Shipping Will Kill AmericansWine Blogging in the Time of CoronavirusArgentina vs ChileThe Dangers of NostalgiaHow to Make Sense of Sustainable Wine CertificationsWineIndustry.Jobs:Sales Director/VP of SalesVinSense LLC – Bay Area, CA, USATasting Room AssociateLXV Wine – Paso Robles, CA, USACommunications ManagerSLI – Petaluma, CA, USAMore Wine Industry Jobs…Feature Your Job Listing in the Afternoon BriefPeople:Republic National Distributing Company Names Corporate IT LeadersRocky Pond Estate Winery Adds Top-Talent to Their Growing TeamCline: A Family and Farm AffairAsian Americans Expand Oregon’s Wine HorizonLegendary Texas Winemaker Kim McPherson Partners with Brother on New Winery Near FredericksburgSupplier News:In Uncertain Times Look for Supplier Foundational StrengthsAn Abundance of Accolades for Affinity Creative GroupWine Marketers: Is Your Email Marketing Letting You Down?Special Pricing on Unique, Wine-Centric Products for Your Tasting Rooms & Wine ClubMore Supplier News…Vineyard & Winery:Integrated Beverage Group Acquires Oregon’s Ransom Wine Co. & DistilleryQuails’ Gate Winery Named One of Canada’s Best Managed CompaniesBoutique Treasures Inside King EstateNicolas-Jay Wines of Oregon—Collaboration from a California and Burgundy DuoBricoleur Vineyards Grand Opening Set for May 2, 2020center_img Subscribe to the Afternoon BriefAdvertisement Facebook TAGSCline Family CellarsConstellation BrandsCoronavirusKing Estate WineryNicolas-JaySonoma County Farm BureauSouth DakotaWashington Winegrowers AssociationWine AustraliaWine Market Council Twitter ReddIt Pinterestlast_img

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