Afternoon Brief, August 8

first_imgTrending Story:El Nino forecast drops 20 percent for Northern CaliforniaEarly reports indicate that the chance of having a strong El Niño season this winter has dropped, according to the National Weather Service…Today’s News:Broad coalition promotes $10B water bond in CaliforniaAgricultural leaders and local elected officials in Central California are calling it do or die time as efforts are ramping up to get a water bond on the November ballot in California…Ste. Michelle Wine Estates tries out crowdsourced vintageIf you’ve ever dreamed of making award-winning wine, but didn’t have the grapes, equipment or space, here’s your chance…Outside Lands 2014 wine and music pairing guideThe Outside Lands music festival starts today. For you wine and music lovers, this is your dream event. Here you can sample some of Californias best, and pair it all with the best tunes during outside performances in iconic Golden Gate Park in San Francisco…Grape Disease Bill Presented to California GovernorChile overtakes Oz in wine exportsAward Winning Bee d’Vine Honey Wine Featured on the TODAY ShowCalifornian wineries look to make use of a trade loophole and build exports to CubaBordeaux in Beijing? China Hopes to Build Must-See Destination For Wine LoversBest Wine Region to Visit WinnersHow easy is it to fake a 50-year-old bottle?California Grape & Tree Fruit League is Now the California Fresh Fruit AssociationTEXSOM celebrates 10 years of helping Texas wine industry growIs Drinking Wine Really Healthy for You?6 New Ways to Enjoy Wine This SummerTop Stories of the Week:Wine brand heritage doesn’t matter, Glossing the Rex Goliath effectRack & Riddle Announces Facility Grand Opening and Ribbon CuttingAfrican-American Wines Served at White House3.2 earthquake jolts Napa CountyClimate change will leave wine lovers drunker and poorerNeighbors appeal Yountville Hill Winery project, cite ‘abuse of discretion’The Debate Over Diam ClosuresConstellation Brands – A Long-Term Sell Amid Historic California DroughtCongressman Denham: ‘Bonus depreciation’ rules should extend to trees, vinesSafeway is extending its private-label wine partnership with Truett-HurstSonoma Valley “Smash & Grab” Crimes Hitting WineriesTakeover bid could benefit Beringer VineyardsWine Counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan Sentenced to 10 Years in PrisonHow do we get the retailer to buy and sell our wines?Napa winery audit finds almost half didn’t comply with use permits in 2013 Linkedin Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Home Afternoon Brief Afternoon Brief, August 8Afternoon BriefAfternoon Brief, August 8By Press Release – August 8, 2014 10 0 Share Previous articleStags Leap District Unveils The Ultimate Holiday Gift: The Highly Limited Appellation Collection Features 17 Collectable Cabernet Sauvignons Next articleDella Toffola Releases OMNIA Ceramic Cross-Flow Filter for U.S. Trials Press Release Pinterest Facebookcenter_img Twitter ReddIt Advertisement Subscribe to the Afternoon BriefAdvertisement Email TAGSAfrican-American WinesAuditAustraliaBee d’VineBeringerBillBonus DepreciationBordeauxCaliforniaCalifornia Fresh Fruit AssociationCalifornia Grape & Tree Fruit LeagueChileChinaClimate ChangeCongressman DenhamConstellationCrimeCrowdsourcingCubaDIAMDroughtEl NinoFake WineFraudGrape DiseaseHealthNapaNapa EarthquakeOutside LandsPortugalRack & RiddleRex GoliathRudy KurniawanSafewaySonomaSte. MichelleTexasTEXSOMWater BondWine Brand HeritageYountville Hill Winery last_img

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