Interesting Wine Industry News
Coming 2023- North Coast Regional Water Board Program for Discharges of Waste Associated with Vineyards
Webinar: Anderson Valley Resilient Land Symposium
Article: Mendocino County water districts preparing for another year of drought, Ukiah Daily Journal
Article: Paradise Lost: The Flame is Out on Napa Valley’s Icon Wine Country
Article: Adapting wine grape production to climate change through canopy architecture manipulation and irrigation in warm climates
Article: This climate-friendly farming approach could also make better-tasting wine
Article: California sustainability: latest developments and innovations, Decanter
Article: This remote California wine region was a ‘holy grail.’ But climate change is threatening it
Article: It’s Time for an American Wine Marketing Board
Webinar: Regenerative Farming – Session 3 | Jackson Family Wines Rooted For Good
Webinar: Smart Water Management Practices – Session 2 | Jackson Family Wines Rooted For Good
Article: How Napa And Sonoma Vineyards Are Going Beyond Sustainability To Embrace Climate-Positive Goals
Webinar: Our Path to Zero Carbon Emissions | Jackson Family Wines Rooted For Good
Article: NEW REGULATION IS COMING. INVEST NOW IN IMPROVING YOUR WATER MANAGEMENT.
Article: QR Codes and NFC Chips—The Future of Wine Marketing
Article: Meet the Eco-Packaging Innovations Transforming the Drinks Industry
Article: Sustainable Packaging for a More Wholistic Wine Business
Article: California restaurants may get yearlong extension for serving streetside drinks
Article: Drone Technology to Spray Vineyards Gains Popularity
Article: California Faces Another Dustbowl Vintage
Article: The Greening of Bordeaux: The Two-Pronged Approach to Battling Climate Change
Article: Climate Change Forces California Winemakers to Reconsider What Grapes Grow Where
Article: Herbicide Roundup to be pulled from U.S. store shelves in response to lawsuits
Article: Dry farming a vineyard: What it is, how to do it and why it exists
Article: Where on earth are the organic vineyards?
Article: New law offers lifeline to winemakers hit by wildfire insurance premiums
Article: Freight Blues Driving up Wine Costs
Article: Viewpoint: Is California Serious About Addressing the Wildfire Risk? Not So Much.
Article: Anderson Valley Advertising on the history of water issues in AV
Article: California tourism recovery underway, but will take years to fully rebound
Article: Ad blockers keep at least 40% of U.S. consumers from ever seeing a digital ad
Article: US Wine Sales Set to Skyrocket
Article: SVB State of the Industry Part I
Article: SVP State of the Industry Part II
Article: Tourist visits for state and Napa Valley may not see full recovery until 2023 … or later
Article: Can Wine Survive On The High Street?
Article: Global Wine Trend Predictions for 2020 – How did we do?
Article: Direct Wine Sales Feel the Pinch
Article: Many consumers fail to actively engage with green brands
Article: BATTLE OF THE SOMM: HAS COVID KILLED THE SOMMELIER?
Article: How California Pinot Noir Became a Global Phenomenon
Article: The end of the sommelier?
Article: A (very thin) Silver Lining from Covid 19?
News: New study says we’ll be eating – and drinking – more at home, even after the pandemic ends
News: Important New TTB Ruling on Voluntary Nutrition Labeling and Advertising
Article: Mendocino wine can be labeled from there, boosting the region’s profile
Webinar: Wine Institute Wildfire Webinar & Presentation
Article: What is sustainability in wine?
Article: Santa Barbara County Wine Preserve Creates Sustainable Marketing Funding for Local Wine Industry 10/30/20 Article: Santa Barbara County’s Wine BID Abandoned
Article: 2020: The Year Testing Availability and Technology Failed Our Wine Industry Economy
Article: Fall used to be considered the offseason for travel. Not this year.
Article: Wineries need to prep to sustain rise in online sales beyond the coronavirus pandemic
Article: Binge Drinking Is Bad. So Why Is the U.S. Government Targeting Moderate Wine Consumption?
Article: Winery Tasting Rooms are Changing, and Some Say They’re Never Going Back
Article: Santa Barbara Vintners Present Self-Taxing Idea to County Supervisors
Article: The New Wall of Wine & Why Some Wineries Aren’t Even Making it to the Shelf
Article: Road Ahead for Wine Business panel discussion
Article: Mendocino WineGrowers, Inc. promotes the wines and grapes of Mendocino County
Article: Gomberg & Fredrikson, bw166 Joint Webinar 2020 Industry Trends
Article: Wineries worry about impact of water rules
Article: Wine Country Women Fight Glyphosate
Article: Restaurant Failures In 2020 And Beyond Hurts Wine
Summary: Water Board Talking Points Summary – proposed requirements for monitoring wastewater discharge creates an unreasonable financial burden on wineries and is not expected to move forward at this time.
Article: COVID-19 And The Wine Market: Building An E commerce Strategy
Article: Phylloxera Breakthrough Brings Hope to Vineyards
Article: COVID’s Winery Wake Up Call: It’s About Marketing, Not Winemaking
Article: 8 ways COVID-19 is changing US wine drinking habits
Webinar: Dry Creek Vineyard Engaging the Wine Trade Virtually
Article: How do organics and biodynamics affect a vineyard’s carbon footprint?
Article: Wineries scramble for digital marketing tools in pandemic
Article: How wine business law is shifting amid coronavirus pandemic allowances for virtual tastings, direct sales
Article: 2020 Tasting Room Study: Results Show Opportunities for Growth
Article: Increased Demand for Sustainably Produced Wine
Press Release: Consumer & Trade Research Shows Increased Demand for Sustainably Produced Wine
Article: Considering the 375 ml Format: The Case for the Alternative Packaging Size
Article: Until California Wineries Reopen, Try These At-Home Napa Valley Wine Tastings (Forbes)
Issue: 2019 Wine Business Salary & Leaders Report
Replay: SVB State of the Industry – Special Report
Article: ABC “Emergency Rules” Doing Away with Licensee Rights to Due Process and Fair Hearings
Article: Healdsburg’s Jordan Winery wants to be the first to reopen. One hitch: It can’t serve wine
Replay: Navigating the New Norm: Marketing Strategy Webinar (Sonoma County Vintners)
Anderson Valley News
Articles: Milla Handley Dies – Press Release and SF Chronicle Article and Decanter
Industry Auctions & Other Fundraising
Article: Sonoma Launches Spring Marketing Campaigns
Article: Wine Auctions Pivot Quite Profitably to the Virtual World
Article: First Virtual Livermore Valley Wine Auction Raises $85,000 for School Meals
Article: Auction of Washington Wines Takes Events Online Raises $1.8M
Article: Sonoma County Barrel Auction Goes Online
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