Afternoon Brief, September 27

first_imgTwitter Trending Story:WineAmerica Study Shows $219.9 Billion Economic Impact of U.S. Wine Industry in 2017WineAmerica, the National Association of American Wineries, today unveiled a national economic impact study showing the wine industry’s total benefit to the American economy at $219.9 billion in 2017…Today’s News:Central Virginia Wine In Pursuit of ExcellenceTwo hundred years after writing, “we could, in the United States, make as great a variety of wines as are made in Europe: not exactly of the same kinds, but doubtless as good,” Thomas Jefferson’s dream is being realized throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia…The World’s Most Expensive WinesA little revisit to 2016’s list of the world’s most expensive wines shows that things have not changed all that much in 2017 – it’s still dominated by Burgundy and sweet German Riesling, while Bordeaux and the rest of the world don’t get as much as a sniff…Study Reveals That Wines Sealed with Cork Are Perceived as 15% Better in Quality Than ScrewcapThe pop of a cork is a celebrated sound across the world, but new research has found that the sound of a cork popping can actually make us think our wine tastes better…Knights Valley Winery Approved by Sonoma County Board of SupervisorsCooler Weather and Thunderstorms Are the Latest Additions to Sonoma County’s 2017 Wine Harvest SagaNapa Valley Grapegrowers Reflect on a Wild YearPut the Squeeze on Sour Grapes over Virginia Wine PricesSolano County Board of Supervisors Join Planners in Supporting Caymus WineryScience and the Success of Washington WineHow Wine on Tap Could Change How We DrinkConstellation Brands Plans Commercial Paper ProgramChampagne Harvesters Get PickyBurgundy “Relieved” as Harvest Returns to NormalThe State of California ChardonnayBlogs:Top 10 Challenges That Keep Wine Executives Up at NightHow Somms Can Ace a Transition to a New RestaurantPreparing for the FutureViticulture Essential Edition Review: A Beautiful Worker Placement GameHow Do You Onboard a New Agency?WineIndustry.Jobs:Business Manager/AccountingBock Wine and Spirits Inc – Richmond, CA, United StatesBottling Line OperatorRecruiting Associates Network – AZ, United StatesTasting Room ManagerThe Rhone Room – Sonoma, CA, United StatesMore Wine Industry Jobs…Feature Your Job Listing in the Afternoon BriefPeople:San Jose Based Alcohol Distribution Tech Start-Up, Liberation Distribution, Is Growing and HiringDrizly Names Former Walmart U.S. CEO to Board of DirectorsUnion Wine Company Adds New Director of Marketing to the TeamSouthern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits Appoints Martin Crane as Executive Vice PresidentGary Vaynerchuk’s 5 Communication Hacks to Build Content That Sells ItselfSupplier News:2017 SITEVI International Competition Honors Vicard Generation 7 for Tannin Selection BarrelsLees Filtration: Better Quality, Higher YieldHigh pH and TA Giving You Headaches?Harvest 2017 Update from Presque Isle Wine CellarsMore Supplier News …Vineyard & Winery:The Family Coppola Secures a Craft Spirits License & Launches a Spirits Collection: Great Women SpiritsIntroducing Pop Culture: A Compelling New Club for Exclusive Champagne and Sparkling WineWhy a Funky Old Gas Station in Napa Valley Is Now a Mecca for Millennial Wine DrinkersKinky Beverages Unveils Limited Edition Holiday PackagingFinger Lakes Winery Launches Ambitious “Harvest Journal” Web Series Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Advertisement Linkedin Pinterest Share Subscribe to the Afternoon BriefAdvertisement center_img Home Afternoon Brief Afternoon Brief, September 27Afternoon BriefVideoAfternoon Brief, September 27By Editor – September 27, 2017 46 0 TAGSBurgundyCaymus WIneryConstellation BrandsFinger LakesFranceGary VaynerchukKnights ValleyMartin CraneNapaSolana CountySonoma CountySouthern Glazer’s Wine and SpiritsUnion Wine CompanyWashington Email Facebook ReddIt Previous articleMirabel Vineyards Releases Debut ChardonnayNext articleWalla Walla Pioneer, Pepper Bridge Winery, Launches Harvest No. 20 Editorlast_img

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