Prosecco going from strength to strength, looming USDA cuts, property purchase in California with potential long-term implications, and weed and wine.
Archive for the ‘Retail Wine Industry News’ Category
Wine industry news this week takes us from France to the US and back to France – Bordeaux 2016, US challenges to French rosé, and climate change-induced planting experiments – as well as down to Chile (after the fires) and … Continue reading
You thought you had a lot of shelves to fill in your wine shop? (Or hard choices to make in deciding what to bet your shelf space on …) More on LCI’s impact on the wine biz. And counterfeit wines. … Continue reading
Nielsen – the ratings folks – are working with the Wine Market Council to look at the current state of the U.S. wine industry. One Forbes writer thinks he knows where it’s headed already. Plus reports from Napa and Texas, … Continue reading
Labor and land in California wine country – or should we call it California marijuana country … lawyers protecting us from ourselves, and ourselves helping define what kind of wine the mass-market producers will produce for us.
We’ve written about this a bit lately, including an article on consumer ratings and reviews of your wine shop. So I was excited to see another wine business expert weighing in on the topic.
Immigration in California, wines of New Jersey, Oregonians asking for a handout, Canada is ready for its closeup, and if Millennials aren’t changing the way you sell wine, you may not be selling wine very much longer …
Fighting wine counterfeiters, the perception that Pinot makes, the Riesling revolution in New York’s Finger Lakes, and who drinks more wine than we do?
Troubling legislation in Maryland, huge harvests in Bordeaux and Washington State. Oregon may say no to pot-infused wine, and more.
Grocery shoppers in Arkansas will have to wait for wine, UC Davis won’t have to dump their students’ wine anymore, and it’s not just other wine businesses who are eying your vineyard properties.