Afternoon Brief, February 1

first_imgReddIt Pinterest Linkedin Facebook Subscribe to the Afternoon BriefAdvertisement Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Email Home Afternoon Brief Afternoon Brief, February 1Afternoon BriefVideoAfternoon Brief, February 1By Editor – February 1, 2016 9 0 center_img Share Trending Story:Details of Sonoma County’s Super Bowl Pledge ShroudedThe Press Democrat could not ascertain exactly how much three Sonoma County groups are spending on their Super Bowl promotional effort and other details of the initiative after being denied a request for a copy of their contract with the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee…Today’s News:Can ‘Frankengrapes’ Save California Wine?The drought gets a lot of attention, but theres a greater threat looming over Californias grapevines…Napa Wineries Ship $1 Billion in Wine to Consumers in 2015To remain competitive and relevant, wineries are becoming far more proficient at wooing customers directly with wine clubs, creating memorable experiences and emotional connections to the wineries…Winery Equity Crowdfunding Raises Opportunities, RisksMany are familiar with the rewards-based model of crowdfunding popularized by websites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo…Proposed Wine Shipping Bill Needs Amending to Serve Arizona ConsumersEl Niño Remains Among Strongest Ever Recorded, but California Impacts (So Far) a Bit Different Than AnticipatedWine-On-Tap Sales Surge as Restaurateurs Seek Efficiency, Freshness, SustainabilityOhio Bill Would Allow Local Wine Sales at Farm MarketsSonoma County’s Wine and Tourism Industries Make Nearly $1 Million Bet on the Super BowlBuilding a World-Class Wine Research ProgramOregon Symposium Time, Conference Growing with and for a Brimming IndustryTerlato Adds Burgundy’s Luxury Château de La Tour Wines to PortfolioGambero Rosso Launches Five-State U.S. Tour Feb. 2-16; Miami Kicks It Off with Falanghina FocusMasters and Makers @ Meritage, The Ultimate Napa Valley Food and Wine Experience, Menus and Winery Participants AnnouncedWine Sales Rise in Run-Up to Super BowlWIN Jobs:Sales RepresentativeCriveller California Corp – Napa, CA, United StatesCustomer Service ManagerT. Elenteny Imports – New York, NY, United StatesLabeling Machine TechnicianImpresstik Labeling Systems – Napa, CA, United StatesMore Wine Industry Jobs…Feature Your Job Listing in the Afternoon BriefBlogs:Fred Franzia and the Future of the Wine BusinessFred Franzia Largely Got It RightWine Here! A Football Bud Gets CompetitionWhy Wine Shouldn’t Be SimplifiedExpectations of a New YearThe 10 Rules of Food and Wine Pairing by Karen MacNeilDoes Aging Wine Under Water Have Benefits, Or Is It Going Overboard?Top Advances in Wine Technology and What They Mean to UsConsumer Demand Shapes DTC Wine Industry in 2016Wine Blogging Is Dead! Again! Long Live Wine Blogging!Mission PossibleWhy the American Wine Industry Needs a Shakeup5 Top Emerging Wine Regions to Experience in 2016DTC Secrets: When to Call to Maximize SalesIs the U.S. Wine Boom Over? TAGSCaliforniaDTCFrankengrapesFred FranziaNapaOhioOregonSonoma CountySuper Bowl 50TerlatoUS beverage industry expoUSbevX Twitter Advertisement Previous articleProposed Wine Shipping Bill Needs Amending to Serve Arizona ConsumersNext articleRenaissance Yeast Inc. to Exhibit at CiderCON 2016 February 3–5, in Portland, Oregon Editorlast_img

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