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Margaret River Wine Producers Unite for Best Results | Mandurah Courier

After two years of COVID-19 restrictions, border closures, labor shortages, export and production impacts, and annual climate change challenges, the wine industry in Margaret River is stronger than ever. Success, according to local experts, comes down to a collaborative approach from all corners of the industry. We had our work …

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Vermont Winemakers Propose Official AVA Wine Region

Vermont winemakers are pushing for official federal designation of the Champlain Valley as a American Wine Zone. The designation, which would be a first for Vermont, would allow wineries in the Champlain Valley to talk about the valley’s unique geography and climate, and how they affect viticulture. They could add …

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Q&A with Shae Frichette – Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business

Shae Frichette Co-owner, Co-Vigneron Red Mountain Winery Frichette Shae Frichette Number of employees you supervise: 5 Brief history of Frichette Winery: Sweezea Financial Group is an independent investment and insurance agency backed by P We are a husband and wife run winery that produces wines he loves and wine experiences …

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New Zealand Sparkling Wine – How to be #1

Welcome to the land next to the one below, part of the largest empire in the world, home to the Kiwi bird and amazing sparkling wines. New Zealand is a fascinating country that is worth learning a bit more about, especially about its wonderful wine region. New Zealand’s first vineyard …

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Hollywood Joins Wine Club Frenzy From Jason Momoa to Mila Kunis – The Hollywood Reporter

COVID lockdowns have drastically changed shopping habits everywhere, including in the wine sector. With restaurants closed and at-home happy hours starting early and often, U.S. digital wine sales grew 32% to $760 billion in 2020, according to a report by wine industry analyst Rob McMillan of Silicon Valley Bank. Many …

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Many feared Napa’s 2020 smoked wine crop would be a failure. A recent auction revealed otherwise.

Many Napa Valley winemakers would likely name 2020 the worst year of their careers — and not because of the pandemic. Plagued by two major fires in a row, a significant portion of the grape harvest, especially for red wines, was destroyed by smoke from the wildfires before it could …

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Cambria Estate Winery Announces Partnership with Women’s Earth Alliance

Advertising Women-Owned and-Led Winery Pledges $25,000 to Support Initiatives to Build Women’s Leadership for a More Sustainable World SANTA CLAUS MARIA, California – March 2, 2022 – Cambria Wine Estatethe Santa Maria Valley winery founded in 1986 and known for its single-vineyard Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, today announced its partnership …

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Britain’s Great Wine Shortage

In 2020, half of all English wine sales were direct – from the cellar door or producers’ websites – but Thorpe says feedback from producers he has spoken with is that “in 2021, they too experienced tremendous growth.” The figures build on a very successful 2020 for the UK wine …

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WineInk: wine changes | AspenTimes.com

Those who follow Aspen’s hospitality, restaurants and real estate need not be told that the only constant is change. Over the past few years, there has been an accelerated increase in sales and consolidations that have changed the food and wine industry, and our entire community. It is not surprising …

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France adds another appellation | Wine-Searcher News and Features

New appellations, new styles of wine and Prosecco on the move in China, things are moving this week. © Visit France | The Rhone village of Laudun is about to become the last French wine region to obtain its own appellation. National Wine Day in the US began on Friday …

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Canned Wine Market 2022 Demand and Opportunities 2028 || Market Demand and Opportunities 2028 || Breakdown by Top Companies, Countries, Applications, Challenges, Opportunities and Forecasts

The Global canned wine market is expected to grow at a growth rate of 7.2% during the forecast period from 2021 to 2028 and is expected to reach USD 16.088 billion by 2028. Major players in the canned wine market are taking actions such as product launches, joint ventures, developments, …

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Celebrating the 21st vintage of Iona

*This content is brought to you by Iona By Andrew Gunn A little history 2022 is the 25thand anniversary of my purchase of the Geelbeksvlei farm which I changed to Iona in a nod to my Scottish and Viking ancestry. The 2021 vintage marks the 21st of our first wine, …

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Valley Wine and Provisions Shop has a little something for every palate.

Far Away Wine and Provisions at 3031 East Indian School Road has almost single-handedly beaten the pandemic, at least when it comes to new places to enjoy life guilt-free. Of all the joints that have sprung up since our world changed, this killer place for wine, beer, food and music …

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Wines to make Valentine’s Day sparkle | Wine

Nyetimber Rosé, Sussex, England NV (£31.49, waitrose) Drinking rosé champagne on Valentine’s Day is, I know, not the most spontaneous or original act of love. It’s the drink the Valentine’s Day industry tells us we can’t live without – a vehicle for the wine industry to exploit our insecurities and …

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The Story Behind DC Wine Country’s First Black Woman-Owned Wine Label

Kindra Dionne is the first black woman to launch a wine label in DC’s wine country. His label, Fifty Leven, is a collection of five wines that pair with multicultural cuisine. It is estimated that only 0.1% of American winemakers and brand owners are black. Loading Something is loading. Kindra …

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Opening champagne bottles on Valentine’s Day will cost more

Valentine’s Day is just under two weeks away and some gifts are going to cost more this year due to supply chain issues and demand for more products. Valentine’s Day is just under two weeks away and some gifts are going to cost more this year. Due to shipping issues …

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Ohio’s Donniella Winchell named to ‘Most Inspirational People’ List in Wine Industry

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Donniella Winchell, executive director of the Ohio Wine Producers Association, is one of 10 people across the country honored for their commitment to the wine industry. Wine Industry Advisor – an online publication covering the wine industry – has included Winchell on its list of “most inspiring …

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Vintage Cookbook Features a Dish from Mountain View’s Gemello Winery | News

The great culinary specialties often bear the name of places of origin. How many do you recognize? Niçoise salad, risotto alla Milanese, chicken Kiev, Tunisian tagine, Florentine eggs, lacquered duck, Lyonnaise potatoes, Pad Thai, Riga eggs, ragù bolognese, Turkish delight, Mountain View veal with eggplant. (Note: not all are equally …

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Gabriele Gorelli MW joins OenoGroup as Brand Ambassador for Italy – Retail Times

OenoGrou welcomed Gabriele Gorelli MW as the new Brand Ambassador for Italy, effective January 10, 2022. In February 2021, Gorelli became the first Italian master of wine, a nation of indisputable wine riches and an exciting lineup of new winemaking stars. Raised in Montalcino, Gabriele’s wine roots go back to …

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Le Fantastic is your new favorite sci-fi hangout

The glassware is also sublime Le Fantastique dried, aged and raw fish / sashimi – Photo credit Virginia Miller They got me at McIntosh. Granted, my husband Dan and I have vintage McIntosh amps at home, which we unexpectedly stumbled upon during a real estate sale in Sevastopol years ago …

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Perfect Christmas Stocking Ideas for Foodies

This is one of my favorite parts of the holiday season: thinking about all the people I would like to give a package to, thinking about what that gift voucher should be. This year, perhaps more than any other, it feels good to give all of your associates something thoughtful …

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Leave It On: Why Australia Still Loves Their Canned Goon Wine | Wine

Boxed wine is one of Australia’s most extraordinary contributions to the wine industry, also known as carton, bag-in-box, or more commonly, goon (de flagon). Australian winemaker Thomas Angrove patented the design of a one-gallon polyethylene bladder in a cardboard box in 1965, inspired by the ancient method of storing wine …

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Good Eggs announces exclusive partnership with Quince & Co., Michael and Lindsay Tusk’s award-winning hotel group

OAKLAND, Calif .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –good eggs today announced a new exclusive partnership with Quince & Co. – The acclaimed San Francisco-based Michael & Lindsay Tusk culinary group known for their renowned restaurants Quince and Cotogna – which will bring highly selected and sustainably sourced wines from around the world …

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The best of Beaujolais – WineLoversPage

by Robin Garr | 12 December 2021 It’s December. The sights and sounds of the holiday season are all around us now. Now is the time to treat yourself, if you can. I went out the other day and spent a couple of times what I usually would for a …

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Vine and dandy: South African wine exporters optimistic about recovery prospects

South African wine exports are normalizing after three difficult years. The South African wine industry hopes it will return to growth after three difficult years that impacted export volumes. But while there has been some recovery, the industry continues to normalize rather than grow. Various global factors have contributed to …

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Foley Family Wines acquires Château St. Jean in Kenwood

Foley Family Wines of Santa Rosa announced on Wednesday that it has purchased Chateau St. Jean with the intention of returning the Kenwood winery to its former glory as one of the gems of the Sonoma County wine industry. Foley purchased Chateau St. Jean from Australian company Treasury Wine Estates, …

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Boisset adds Rutherford’s Elizabeth Spencer cellar to his family collection

Advertising The acquisition includes Elizabeth Spencer’s Rutherford destination, a wine portfolio and tasting room located in a historic 1872 post office building on Rutherford Cross Road ST. HELENA, CA (December 8e, 2021) – The Boisset family today announced the addition of Elizabeth Spencer Winery in Rutherford, Napa Valley to their …

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Canberra wines capture ‘hearts and vines’

This week, ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr launched a new common branding for the Canberra wine district; “Hearts and Vines” was a collaboration between neighboring wineries to celebrate the survival of what Barr has dubbed “about two years of continuing crisis”. The Of Hearts and Wines brand encompasses over 60 …

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Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards Announces Management Changes with New President and Chief Financial Officer

Advertising Marc Hurlbut November 18 – Hector, NY – Daniel DeBell and Marc Hurlbut have been appointed to management positions at Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards. DeBell was promoted to president and chief operating officer and Hurlbut to chief financial officer. John Keeler, who served as president from 2009, announced his retirement …

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Wine’s most prestigious group expels six master sommeliers after sexual misconduct investigation

Six master sommeliers stripped of their prestigious wine titles following investigations into allegations of sexual misconduct – including Fred Dame of San Francisco, who has been called “the godfather of the American sommelier community”, and two others Local personalities: Robert Bath, professor at St. Helena’s Culinary Institute of America and …

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Vintage Wine Estates acquires ACE Cider

Advertising The leading brand expands its product portfolio and launches a new complementary sales channel, adds an independent craft cider brand with a heritage of more than 25 years of growth and innovation. INCLINE VILLAGE, Nevada – November 15, 2021 – Vintage Wine Estates, Inc. (NASDAQ: VWE) (TSX: VWE.U) (TSX: …

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Luxury Wine Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States, – The Luxury wine market The report focuses on economic developments and consumer spending trends in different countries for the forecast period 2021 to 2028. The research further reveals which countries and regions will have a better reputation in the coming years. Apart from this, the …

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Pinot Noir examined from the point of view of value

I had this week’s column in the box when Wine-searcher crossed my screen with this headline: The World’s Cheapest Pinots Noirs, by Don Kavanaugh, a writer I consider valuable reading. So, I stopped typing to find out about some ideas. I appreciate this review because it includes “value” as a …

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Left Foot Charley | Characteristics

The Root and Rise of Winemaker Bryan Ulbrich By Janice Binkert | October 2, 2021 Nearly 40 wineries are nestled among the vineyards that dot the scenic, rolling slopes of the Leelanau and Old Mission peninsulas that jut out into the east and west bays of Traverse City. In contrast, …

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People’s Choice Wine Tasting Classic Announces Winners of 35th Annual Grapefest – A Texas Wine Experience

Advertising The Largest Wine Festival in the Southwestern United States – September 16, 17, 18, 19, 2021 –Texas Wines Featured at People’s Choice Classic Wine Tasting VINEYARD, TEXAS (September 27, 2021) – A signature event of GrapeFest, the People’s Choice Wine Tasting Classic is the country’s largest wine competition, judged …

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WEIS Radio | Local and regional news, sports and weather “Elizabeth Banks explains how she brings her” cheekiness “to a new wine business

Axelle / Bauer-Griffin / FilmMagic Elizabeth banks is one of the busiest people in Hollywood. She’s an actress, producer, screenwriter, game show host, director and, now, co-owner and creative director of Archer Roose, a luxury canned wine company. However, Banks disagrees that she should be considered one of the busiest …

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Vintage Wine Estates, Inc. Announces COO Succession Plan | national

SANTA ROSA, California, September 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Vintage Wine Estates, Inc. (NASDAQ: VWE) (TSX: VWE.U) (TSX: VWE.WT.U) (“VWE” or the “Company” ), one of America’s fastest growing wine producers with a leading direct-to-customer sales platform, today announced the succession plan for its Chief Operating Officer (COO). Russell G. …

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Wine Spectator Foundation Donates $ 10 Million to Napa Valley College | Local News

The foundation, established in 1982, has donated more than $ 20 million in grants and scholarships, including support for students at UC Davis and programs at Sonoma State University, Washington State, Cornell University and the Culinary Institute of America. Support local journalism Your membership makes our reporting possible. {{featured_button_text}} Earlier …

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Vintage Wine Estates joins ind

SANTA ROSA, California, September 17, 2021 SANTA ROSA, California, September 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – For the first time, more than 40 leaders in wine production and marketing around the world have joined forces to accelerate action as sustainability challenges escalate. The new Sustainable Wine Roundtable (SWR) is a …

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Moët workers go on strike

Industrial disputes, fantastic auctions and vine dogs – this week’s roundup has something for everyone. It’s been a curious week for the news, with President Biden’s approval ratings plummeting as the Queen finds out what her funeral will look like and no disruption to hostilities between the two sides in …

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Spanish winegrowers adapt to climate change

The effects of climate change are pushing Spanish wine growers to plant grapes at higher altitudes. For more than a century, Joaquin Gay’s family of Montella Estany have produced wine in the Spanish Mediterranean region of Catalonia, but the effects of climate change have pushed them to seek higher land. …

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In Defense of the Terroir – Wine Industry Advisor

Advertising –Randy Caparoso Does the wine terroir no longer exists ? This is a valid question, even if it is stupid. Sure, terroir exist. If not, entire belief systems rest on the premise that terroir explains not only sensory differences, but also quality distinctions, as in the Grands Crus classification, …

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Who owns SA’s most compelling premium wine brand?

A legacy not yet completely wasted? One of the main wine news of the year so far is that Heineken, the world’s second largest brewer, has approached Distell regarding the potential acquisition of the majority of the liquor company business. local. Distell owns brands like Amarula cream liqueur, Savanna and …

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Global Dry Red Wine Market 2021, Growth Rate, Key Application, Industry Demand, Trends and Segments, Forecast 2028 – The Courier

Market Research Inc included analytical data from Dry red wine market to its massive database. The report includes various business verticals. The report is aggregated on the basis of different dynamic aspects of the market research. The statistical report is compiled using primary and secondary research methodologies. A comprehensive overview …

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Heat the burning problem for Oregon winemakers

A heat wave could cause problems for growers and growers in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. By W. Blake Gray | Posted Tuesday June 29, 2021 How does Pinot Noir behave at temperatures of 116 degrees (47 Celsius)? We will find out. The Willamette Valley, Oregon, had its …

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Terry Wheatley, Chairman of Vintage Wine Estates, set to take the company public

In an appropriate turn of events for Women’s History Month, Terry Wheatley, president of Vintage Wine Estates, is set to take the company public (it will be listed on the Nasdaq Global Market as VWE) . In doing so, she will become the first woman to bring such a prominent …

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Exclusive: Constellation invests in La Fête du Rosé by Donae Burston

When Donae Burston struck up conversations with Constellation Brands in the summer of 2020, he saw the largest alcoholic beverage manufacturer and marketer in the United States as key to expanding his French rosé brand, La Fête du Rosé. Today, Constellation announced that it has acquired a minority stake in …

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Wine Experts Explain How 2020 Highlights New Wine Regions

wine estate in Chile Getty 2020 has not been easy for the wine world. To list a few obstacles: a world of closed bars. A global pandemic. Climate change. California and Oregon are facing the most destructive wildfire season in history. In this ongoing series, we speak with major players …

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Good wine develops in an “unusual” year

Despite the turmoil surrounding it, the fine wine market has thrived in 2020, with the sector adapting quickly in the face of difficult circumstances and accelerating an already established pattern of change that leaves it a very different place than it was. half a decade ago. . As recently covered …

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The canned wine Spritzer trend just got another cool cat: an interview with Rocco Venneri

Rocco Venneri, founder of Cool Cat cool cat Starting a business is never easy, especially when the odds are stacked against you. Those odds haven’t stopped Cool Cat founder Rocco Venneri, who identifies as a black / mixed-race gay man, from chasing his dream of creating a low-calorie portable drink …

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Colorado Wine Industry Gets Support From Wine Legend Warren Winiarski

Napa Valley Wine Legend Warren Winiarski Invests in Colorado Wine and Grape Industries with Grant to CMU / WCCC Viticulture and Oenology Program Warren Winiarski is a man who tends to see the world as a place of unrealized future potential, and his ability to turn potential into reality is …

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Good wine is increasingly a sound investment – Robb Report

The number one rule of investing is not to lose money – “buy high, sell low” is rarely the route to financial success. This is, according to one investment strategist, what makes the fine wine market a safe and ideal space for investors looking for stability in their portfolios. “Historical …

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Trade dispute between Australia and China: Canberra plans to involve the WTO

The photo taken on December 5, 2020 shows the cherry-based wine in the town of Young in Australia. The town of Young is nicknamed the “Cherry Capital of Australia”. Chu Chen | Xinhua News Agency | Getty Images Australia is questioning whether it should involve the World Trade Organization in …

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The Vice Wine launches rare orange wine from Napa

Advertising Orange is the New Napa with L’Orange de Sémillon, “Brooklynites”, 2020 Napa Valley, California – May 13, 2021 – The fervor for old-style orange wines, once known as ‘sommelier’s favorites’ because of their distinct color, history and ability to pair with many foods. The Vice Wine, a wine producer …

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The Future of Post-COVID Wine: Five Trends to Watch

Many discussions about the wine business begin with the classic wine industry joke: “If you want to make a small fortune in wine, start with a large one”. It primarily addresses the many profit margin challenges that winegrowers face, from supply-side retail pressures to climate change, to consumer buying behaviors …

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