Afternoon Brief, July 5

first_img TAGSAlexander Valley WinegrowersBarolo & Barbaresco AcademyBordeauxBouchard CooperagesChampagneClark SmithClimate ChangeCoca-ColaDan BergerEnartisHazel’s Beverage WorldHuber’s OrchardLiber PaterPernod RicardSan Francisco Wine SchoolSantorini VineyardSonoma State University Wine Business InstituteWinery & Vineyards Trending Story:Could Coca Cola Try to Buy Pernod Ricard’s Wine Brands?Rumours started circulating around Pernod Ricards intention to sell its wine brands, which include Jacobs Creek, based out of the Barossa Valley, and other labels including Brancott Estate, Kenwood and Campo Viejo, earlier this year …Today’s News:Canned vs. Bottled: Which Type of Wine Is More Sustainable?Wander into any liquor store this time of year, and youre bound to see a growing share of the real estate dedicated to wine in cans. Typically served in 250-milliliter aluminum cans and sold by the four- or six-pack, canned wine seems to be the drink of choice for people enjoying the beach or summer picnics …TTB Proposes the Elimination of Most Standards of Fill for Wine and Distilled SpiritOn Monday, July 1, 2019, we published two deregulatory proposed rules in the Federal Register proposing to eliminate all but a minimum standard of fill for wine containers (Notice No. 182), and all but a minimum and maximum standard of fill for distilled spirits containers (Notice No. 183) …Climate Change Could Mean More Pesticides in Your Wine, According to ResearchersSummer is the perfect time to sit outside and uncork a bottle of chilled white wine or Rosé. But drinkers who prefer European pours, watch out: Much more of it is likely to have been treated with pesticides …Next Climate Challenge: Getting the Smoky Taste Out of WineTo Till or Not to TillClimate Change Begets Changing “Terroir,” and Winegrowers RespondAlexander Valley Winegrowers Introduces Access Alexander Valley, an Evening of Alexander Valley Wines, Local Cuisine, and Entertainment – August 30, 2019Turkey Flat: Natural Wine Has Led Consumers Towards Lighter StylesLiber Pater to Release the Most Expensive Wine in the WorldBordeaux Vintners Convicted of Fraud, but Fellow Winemakers Cry FoulChampagne Embarks on Major Tourism DriveBarolo & Barbaresco Academy Launched in the Heart of LangheSantorini Vineyards Hit by Unprecedented RainfallDan Berger: California’s Non-Cabernet Sauvignon LegacyIndustry Events:The Shifting Landscape in the Wine Industry: A Wine Business Institute Research SummitJuly 10, 2019 – Rohnert Park, CA, USAPostmodern Winemaking “Somm-inar” with Clark SmithJuly 14, 2019 – South San Francisco, CA, USAMicroscope Workshop Level 2July 18, 2019 – Windsor, CA, USA2019 International Bulk Wine & Spirits ShowJuly 23, 2019 – South San Francisco, CA, USA3rd Annual Wine & Weed SymposiumAugust 8 – Santa Rosa, CA, USAMore Wine Industry Events…WineIndustry.Jobs:Barrel Sales RepresentativeBouchard Cooperages – Napa, CA, USAWinery Retail DirectorHuber’s Orchard, Winery, & Vineyards – Borden, IN, USARetail Sales RepresentativeHazel’s Beverage World – Boulder, Colorado, USAMore Wine Industry Jobs…Feature Your Job Listing in the Afternoon BriefTop Stories of the Week:‘To Kalon’ Napa Valley Trademark Case Against Constellation Brands Gets AmendedMendocino Producer Charlie Barra Dies, Age 92, After 73 Harvests; Organic Since 1945, Fought for Growers, Created First AVAMillennial Winemakers – the Future of Mid-Atlantic WineThe Incredible Ways the 4th Industrial Revolution and AI Are Changing WinemakingSonoma County Winegrowers Share Early Outlook on 2019 Harvest Crop ExpectedThe Complete Guide to Egg FermentationWine Grape Pruning Expenses Slashed with MechanizationHow Millennials’ Wine Preferences Differ from BoomersTTB Efforts to Streamline COLA Application Process: New “Conditionally Approved” COLA StatusHow Wine Became Part of the Trade WarSchumer Joins Wineries to Push for Change in Canned Wine RegulationsExperts Discuss Career Prospects in WineNapa’s Crimson Wine Group Names Interim CEOWine, Widgets & Website AccessibilityHow #Soberlife Is Affecting the Drinks Industry ReddIt Share Previous articleBarolo & Barbaresco Academy Launched in the Heart of LangheNext articleCrop Protection Device Saves 95-100% of Grape Damage in Vineyards Editor Home Afternoon Brief Afternoon Brief, July 5Afternoon BriefAfternoon Brief, July 5By Editor – July 5, 2019 216 0 Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Facebookcenter_img Twitter Pinterest Email Advertisement Linkedin Subscribe to the Afternoon BriefAdvertisement last_img

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