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  • Free Flow Triples Footprint at New Location
    Free Flow Wines moved into its new 56,000-square-foot space just in time to handle the continuing expansion of its wine-on-tap kegging service and accommodate its even faster-growing canning operations. The location is a new warehouse-style steel building, a bonded winery that produces no brands of its own but fills kegs for more than 145 wineries […]
  • Wine executives debate promise and peril of millennial wine consumers
    Top wine executives on Thursday offered differing views on the promise and peril of marketing wine to millennials, who are poised to overtake baby boomers this year as the largest generation in the United States.
  • Vinitaly, Verona's bustling international wine fair, unites Italy's wine world
    the 53rd Vinitaly was the biggest ever, with 4,600 exhibitors attracting approximately 125,000 visitors from 145 countries. Wine industry members from around the world came, with the most coming from the United States, followed by Germany, the United Kingdom, China and Canada. At a gala dinner on April 6, the organizers presented the Vinitaly International […]
  • Champagne Laurent-Perrier & Winebow Announce Women in Wine Leadership Scholarship
    Female-owned and run, Champagne Laurent-Perrier is proud to launch the Champagne Laurent-Perrier Women in Wine Leadership Scholarship in association with Winebow. The merit-based award celebrates, encourages and supports women wine leaders in the US.
  • Switzerland prepares to host the 42nd OIV Congress
    The country will host the 42nd International Organisation of Vine and Wine Congress from 15 to 19 July 2019 in Geneva
  • After Notre-Dame Fire, Wine Industry Rushes to Help
    From billionaire vintners to barrel makers, and Moët to Mouton, the wine world is mobilizing to help save and repair the burned icon of Paris
  • Wage Hikes Force Large-Scale Restaurant Closings, Study Finds
    A survey of employers and employees also shows widespread elimination of jobs and cutbacks in hours.
  • How To Succeed In Wine And Weed
    Jamie Evans, the Herb Somm, on how she gained a foothold in the worlds of wine and weed ...
  • Texas Farm Credit customers receive $11.5M
    On average, a Texas Farm Credit borrower who had a 5 percent interest rate in 2018 effectively paid less than 4.2 percent as a result of the April patronage dividend. The co-op also allocated another $7.4 million of its 2018earnings to members for future distribution, which will decrease their borrowing costs even more.
  • Field walk identifies clear rootstock differences
    The trial, established in 2009, is a long-term joint venture between Treasury Wine Estates (TWE), Vinehealth Australia and Coonawarra Vignerons, with significant funding this year from the Limestone Coast Grape and Wine Council through Wine Australia to contribute to the winemaking costs. The trial studies a range of rootstocks, some not yet commonly planted, and […]

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The Second Annual Oregon Chardonnay Symposium

Bringing well-deserved attention to Oregon Chardonnay, the second annual Oregon Chardonnay Symposium was held on May 4th, 2013 in the heart of the

By |November 3rd, 2016|Comments Off on The Second Annual Oregon Chardonnay Symposium

Oregon Pinot Gris

In the New York Times, Eric Asimov said: "Oregon pinot gris is one of the least-talked-about, best-value wines on the market today." We

By |October 17th, 2016|Comments Off on Oregon Pinot Gris

Oregon Wineries: Avoid Expensive Employment Mistake

  Good friend of Oregon Wine Marketing and talented lawyer Judy Parker wrote this for our website. We are concerned that Oregon wineries

By |January 17th, 2016|0 Comments

$300 Oregon Pinot?

Bloomberg News recently opined on Chapter 24's two $300 Pinot noirs:  Double Zero Pinot noir Hyland Vineyard and Shea Vineyard, both from the 2012 vintage.

By |January 5th, 2016|0 Comments

Oregon Wine Walk of Fame Awards 2014

On Thursday, October 30th, 2014 winemakers from Oregon's Willamette Valley gathered to add fifteen people to the Oregon Wine Walk of Fame at

By |January 1st, 2016|Comments Off on Oregon Wine Walk of Fame Awards 2014
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