Archive for the ‘Retail Wine Industry News’ Category

Wine Industry News for November 20, 20

November 20th, 2017

Sustainability in California, smoke taint takes center stage, and an enterprising wine thief.    

Wine Industry News for November 13, 20

November 13th, 2017

California is rebuilding, but there are still battles to be fought, including dealing with smoke taint. Also, climate change and an audacious theft in Lake Tahoe.

Wine Industry News for November 6, 20

November 6th, 2017

Fires and undocumented workers, bad weather and labor disputes create (unrelated shortages), and while winemakers work on managing alcohol levels, we wonder whether that would have saved a Long Island winery from being shut down.

Wine Industry News for October 30, 20

October 30th, 2017

More bad news from California, and new bad news from Spain and Portugal, which are dealing with their own fire issues. Also changes to interstate shipping of wine, and more on the shuttering of Amazon Wine.

Wine Industry News for October 23, 20

October 23rd, 2017

More bad wine industry news from California and France. And some semi-comic and completely unfunny grape and wine thievery.

Wine Industry News for October 16, 20

October 16th, 2017

Not surprisingly, it’s all northern California, all the time …

Wine Industry News for October 9, 20

October 9th, 2017

Bad news from France interesting news from Italy, paying more for wine and liking it, and just how big is the American wine industry?

Retail Wine Industry News for October 2, 20

October 2nd, 2017

Grape theft in Bordeaux, roseĆ© past its peak, Montana on the upswing, China buying French, and earnings report from Constellation.    

Retail Wine Industry News for September 25, 20

September 25th, 2017

More weather-related bad news from out west and Italy. Better news from the middle of the country. Plus a grape that may help sustain the industry through climate change. And wineries of the future.

Wine Industry News for September 18, 20

September 18th, 2017

Mostly bad news out west with heat, rot, smoke, and rain all threatening the fall harvest. Better news when it comes to tourism more broadly.