The Sounds of the Vineyards

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H&A : sounds of the vineyards
 Agenda

Charlotte Wine & Food Week-End / Charlotte – 24-27 April


Oenophiles of all kinds – from casual sippers and samplers to serious connoisseurs and collectors – will have four days to celebrate the nectar of the gods at the Charlotte Wine & Food Weekend.

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Tastin’France 2019 / New York, Chicago, Raleigh – 23-26 April

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Founder’s day Celebration of Beringer / St. Helena CA – 28 April

Celebrate the founding of Beringer Vineyards. Festivities include tastings, incredible food and wine, historical cave tours, vineyard tours, seminars, live music and special guests.

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 REPORT

 

Challenging Times Ahead for US Wine

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USA’s Best Sommelier Competes for International Title

 

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America’s Top 13 Charity Wine Auctions Raised $42.7 Million in Live-Auction Bids in 2018

 

Leading charity wine auctions in 2018 raised money for worthy causes, from needy children to wildfire victims to health care

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Al Gore tells wine industry to act on ‘global emergency’ of climate change

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After Floods, Sonoma County Wine Industry Tallies Losses

 

Winemakers at Sebastopol complex suffered damage to tasting rooms and stored cases

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 Marketing


How wine businesses are using emerging technologies

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What the Wine Industry Understands About Connecting with Consumers

 

In the battle to gain an edge over competitors, companies spend millions of dollars to understand consumers through focus groups, surveys, and sophisticated analytics

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Oakland’s Vibrant Wine Scene Features Bottles Made for and by Black Americans

Oakland’s appeal encompasses a cultural cornucopia of food, music, art, and activism. Wine lovers will feel right at home here.

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The Maddening Business of Marketing to Millennials

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A top sommelier’s advice for buying the perfect wine glass

 

Though there are many choices, one universal glass is acceptable for all wines.

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 International

 

South Africa’s Winemakers Open a New Frontier in the Dragon Mountains

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Top 10 most influential women in China’s wine trade

 

Here are the top 10 most influential women in mainland China’s wine trade that have helped shape today’s market either in domestic wine production, imported wine sector or the fast expanding e-commerce sector.

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So you think you want to import Italian wine?

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Leaving It All Behind for the Love of Nebbiolo

 

Luke Lambert in the Yarra Valley makes fine syrahs and chardonnays. But he wants to grow just one grape, make one wine and do it all himself.

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Chinese media investor buys historic Bordeaux estate

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 EconomY

Fine wine investment: Happy Birthday 2009

 

There has been much comment in recent days about the 2009 vintage which, would you know it, has reached its 10th anniversary.

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US wine exports decline over the last 12 months

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California Vintner Cancels $4 Million Worth of Contracted Oregon Fruit

On March 1, 2019, the first of three Oregon Solidarity wines was released. This marks a new, more hopeful chapter in the ongoing dispute between Oregon vintners and California vintner Joe Wagner of Copper Cane.
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