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  • Tennessee Wine and Spirits Retailers Association v. Blair Argument analysis: Justices weigh 21st Amendment in challenge to state residency requirement
    During the oral argument at the U.S. Supreme Court, there was general agreement that, if Total Wine and the Ketchums wanted to sell something else - for example, milk or paint - Tennessee's residency requirement would be unconstitutional, because it violates the dormant commerce clause by discriminating against out-of-state residents. The question before the court, […]
  • The Wine Industry Needs to Evolve - SVB Report
    "When you get to the point where you have flat to zero growth, the only way to grow is by taking (market share) from somebody else," Silicon Valley Bank Wine Division EVP and founder Rob McMillan warned. "I don't want us to get to a point where (as an industry) we have winners and losers… […]
  • Hall Wines Sues St. Helena Over Unwillingness to Supply Water to Former Mobile Home Park
    A Napa Valley wine company has filed a lawsuit against the city of St. Helena over its unwillingness to supply water to a former mobile home park right outside the city limits, according to court records. Hall Family of Wines' lawyers seek a court order to require St. Helena to issue a will-serve letter to […]
  • Ciatti California Report January 2019
    If Coastal appellation wines soften a little in price, it may encourage some brands that moved away to the 'California' appellation to return, or for the quality 'California' blends to be reinforced by greater percentages of premium Coastal wines going into them.... Due to the new marketplace realities, we expect the level of contracted fruit […]
  • Introducing the 2018 Hot Brands -- Aridus Wine Co.
    Wine Business Monthly is announcing its list of the year's hottest brands, one a day leading up to its annual Bottle Bash party to kick off the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium. Today WBM is announcing Aridus Wine Co., an Arizona winery, founded by Scott and Joan Dahmer, a couple who moved to the state […]
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Chapter 24 Unveils New Dundee Tasting Room

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By |October 12th, 2014|Comments Off on Chapter 24 Unveils New Dundee Tasting Room

Giant 2014 Oregon Grape Harvest

"I'm leaving these grapes for the birds." "I have some beautiful grapes - do you want them?" "I bought three more stainless tanks

By |October 10th, 2014|Comments Off on Giant 2014 Oregon Grape Harvest

Wineries: Want a Big Fine? Use Volunteers

By Judy Parker, photo by Jean Yates The other day, Jean and I were talking about the upcoming 2014 harvest in Oregon. We

By |September 16th, 2014|Comments Off on Wineries: Want a Big Fine? Use Volunteers

Dundee Hills Views from Maresh Vineyard

Northeast from Powell Hill Winery, located in the Maresh Vineyard.   Looking over the valley from the north side of Maresh Vineyard at

By |July 24th, 2014|Comments Off on Dundee Hills Views from Maresh Vineyard

Archery Summit Winemaker Chris Mazepink

The Wine Spectator Interview Here's a great interview of Chris Mazepink, General Manager and Winemaker at Archery Summit. He skyrocketed to this prestigious

By |June 29th, 2014|Comments Off on Archery Summit Winemaker Chris Mazepink

Great Oregon Vineyard Land Grab Actually Closeout Sale

Oregon vineyard purchases by Kendall Jackson, Ste. Michelle Estates, Precept Wine, Domaine Drouhin, and this week's purchase by Elk Cove Winery have led

By |March 19th, 2014|Comments Off on Great Oregon Vineyard Land Grab Actually Closeout Sale
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