Afternoon Brief, August 1

first_img TAGSAnderson ValleyAustralianBelvino VineyardsBritish ColumbiaCaliforniaCarnerosChileDANCIN VineyardsGallo WineryGMOIllinoisJeremy SchulzeJoseph Phelps VineyardsLiana EstatesMavrikMilbrandt VineyardsModestoMonterey CountyNapaNicolas QuilleOrderPort Winery SolutionsOregonPeter GagoRack & RiddleSan Joaquin ValleySilver OakSonomaThe Henry Wine GroupThe Winebow GroupTim KellerVirginiaWashingtonWilson Artisan Wineries Home Afternoon Brief Afternoon Brief, August 1 Afternoon BriefAfternoon Brief, August 1By Editor – August 1, 2016 30 0 Previous articleVineyard & Winery Management Magazine Announces Craft Beverages Unlimited Midwest and East Trade Shows Hiatus for 2017Next articleBells Up Winery Open to Public for Labor Day Weekend Editor Share Linkedin Twitter Subscribe to the Afternoon BriefAdvertisement Facebookcenter_img Advertisement Trending Story:Unfair Competition in the Wine IndustryCalifornia counties are increasingly using California’s Unfair Competition Law to bring government enforcement actions against local businesses for myriad reasons…Today’s News:Huge Fire Threatens Monterey VineyardsMonterey County’s best wine grapes are in peril as an enormous fire is burning out of control to their windward side…Voracious Leaf-Eating Moth Found in Mendocino CountyTwo European gypsy moths, Lymantria dispar, were caught in the Anderson Valley area this month in agriculture department traps, according to the California Department of Food and Agriculture…6 Secrets to Winery Website SuccessIt’s been more than a decade since direct-to-consumer shipping started to become a reality for North Coast vintners, but much of the world wine web has yet to catch up their online presence with the way a number of consumers generally are interacting with brands, website design experts say…The Winebow Group Acquires The Henry Wine Group, Expanding Distribution Network into CaliforniaGallo Winery Cashing in on Modesto Irrigation District’s Low Industrial Electricity PricesObama Signs GMO Labeling LawBill Targets Bootlegging and Illegal Wine Shipping in IllinoisThe Quest to Keep San Joaquin Valley’s Wine Industry GrowingEleventh International Terroir Congress Convenes in OregonSummertime ¡Salud! Raises $38,900 for Oregon’s Vineyard Worker Health CareVirginia Comes in 7th Nationally for Wine Grape ProductionBritish Columbia Winery Owners Sour on Having to Join Regulatory BodyCasella, GoFarm Snap Up Belvino VineyardsScientists Get Closer to Harnessing the Health Benefits of Red WineBlogs:Role of SustainabilityWines of Chile: An Enolytics Case StudyThe Wine App That Has Me PeggedAustralian Wine Industry 2016 Vintage UpdateOpen Letter to the Marijuana Industry from the Wine Industry: Beware the Wholesaler!WineIndustry.Jobs:Production CoordinatorRack & Riddle Custom Wine Services – Healdsburg, CA, United StatesWine Club and Hospitality CoordinatorWilson Artisan Wineries – Geyserville, CA, United StatesEnologistJoseph Phelps Vineyards – St Helena, CA, United StatesMore Wine Industry Jobs…Feature Your Job Listing in the Afternoon BriefPeople:Dancin Vineyards Names Tim Keller as ChefNicolas Quillé Helps Lead Washington’s Riesling RevolutionA Good Place to Retire from: Jeremy Schulze Leaves Mavrik for Semi-RetirementPeter Gago: Australia’s Phileas Fogg Putting Penfolds on the World MapDreaming Big: From Wine Journalist to Wine ProducerSupplier News:Vineyard & Winery Management Magazine Announces Craft Beverages Unlimited Midwest and East Trade Shows Hiatus for 2017Airbags for Wine Tanks?Tapp Label Restructures Vancouver, Napa LocationsOrderPort Winery Solutions Integrates with AmazonMore Supplier News …Vineyard & Winery:Silver Oak Earns First LEED Platinum Certification for Eco-Friendly WineryMilbrandt Vineyards Makes Winemaking Changes on Wahluke SlopePeju Family Opens Liana Estates in CarnerosDogs Create Works of Art at Sonoma WineryNapa Valley’s Alpha Omega Winery Celebrates 10 Years Pinterest Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Email ReddItlast_img read more