Archive for the ‘Retail Wine Industry News’ Category

Wine Industry News for July 17, 20

July 17th, 2017

Climate change, causes for concern from Washington DC and Washington state.

Wine Industry News for July 10, 20

July 10th, 2017

Chinese look away from French wines, Amazon is/is not developing their own line of wines. And one guide buys a big stake in another. [/level-members] Nothing lasts forever, and perhaps the Chinese infatuation with top-tier French wines is on the decline. … Continue reading

Wine Industry News for June 26, 20

June 26th, 2017

Labor shortages and a sordid story from California wine’s past, hail hits again, beverage alcohol consumption trends worldwide, and more

Wine Industry News – June 19, 20

June 19th, 2017

Labor issues in the US continue, France negotiants face other problems, and you can now become a Master Interpener. Think Master Sommelier, but for pot.

Wine Industry News for June 12, 20

June 12th, 2017

Good times, bad times in the US wine business, though problems here pale in comparison to those in Bordeaux and Chile.  

Wine Industry News – June 5, 20

June 5th, 2017

Pesticide problems in Texas, Grape shortages and pen-name problems for Champagne, Italian wine on the Baltic, and 3D printing from an unlikely source.  

Wine Industry News for May 22, 20

May 22nd, 2017

Celebrity wines, a shift in focus in New Jersey, labor shortages out west and increased competition from cannabis.

Wine Industry News for May 15, 20

May 15th, 2017

News and updates from Bordeaux, Uruguay, and the US, as well as cork’s comeback, and the real reasons Trader Joe’s sells such cheap wine.

Wine Industry News – May 8, 20

May 8th, 2017

Lots of changes afoot and worth considering: What regions might become players in a post-climate change wine industry? Can East Coast wines get any respect? Can China challenge fine French wines? And more …

Wine Industry News for May 1, 20

May 1st, 2017

Same wine, different bottle. Native vs. imported wine grapes. And trouble in vineyards across Europe.