Afternoon Brief, June 13

first_imgReddIt Share Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Home Afternoon Brief Afternoon Brief, June 13Afternoon BriefAfternoon Brief, June 13By Editor – June 13, 2017 26 0 Advertisement Twitter Facebook Pinterestcenter_img Linkedin TAGSAddison RexAmazonCanadaCentral CoastChateau LafiteChateau MargauxColin ThorneDeerfield Ranch WineryEnglandFrancis Ford CoppolaJordan Vineyard & WineryLiv-exMark DixonMitroff ConsultingMorgen McLaughlinNapaNew YorkNomacorcPeter GagoRiojaSanta BarbaraSonomaSpainTasted 100% BlindVagabond WinesVin De France Subscribe to the Afternoon BriefAdvertisement Trending Story:Freak Hail Storm Hits Napa Valley VineyardsFreak hail storms struck the Napa Valley on Sunday 11 June. Thunderstorms brought lightning, wind, rain and hail – as well as snow in the Sierras – and temperatures fell by as much as 25 degrees…Today’s News:C. Mondavi & Family Board of Directors Appoints Judd Wallenbrock President and Chief Executive OfficerC. Mondavi & Family, one of Napa’s oldest wine companies, has announced today the appointment of Judd Wallenbrock as President and CEO effective June 19…Majority of U.S. House of Representatives Support Federal Excise Tax ReformThe House of Representative’s support for the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act of 2017 has reached a majority of Members…Which Sonoma Winery Produced the First California Cabernet with Cuttings from Chateau Lafite and Margaux?Few people realize that California’s first commercially bottled Cabernet Sauvignon was actually produced in Sonoma County. According to viticulture historian William Heintz…USA Remains Most Important Export Market for Bourgogne WinesVine Mealybug Flares Up in Central CoastNew York Govenor Cuomo Opens Applications for Custom Beer, Wine and Cider Production CentersMost Consumers Judge a Craft Beer by Its Packaging, Nielsen FindsLiv-Ex Makes LWIN Free ‘Forever’Push to Change ‘Misleading’ Canadian Wine Labels Moves ForwardVIN DE FRANCE Continues Investment in U.S. Market with 2017 Campaign: “VIN DE FRANCE, Share the Joy of Life”Rioja Introduces ‘Single Vineyard’ CategorySpanish Government Agency Launches Amazon Store for Food, WineNew Zealand Grape Harvest Smaller but ‘Full of Promise’Could You Pass the Master of Wine Exam?Blogs:The Weed and Booze BattleAusterity Is in for Napa Carneros ChardonnayUSDA NRCS EQIP FundingTime for Employers to Prepare for High TemperaturesDeconstructing How We Taste WineWineIndustry.Jobs:General ManagerDancing Dragonfly Winery – St. Croix Falls, WI, United StatesSales ExecutiveAmcor/Recruiting Associates Network – Sonoma County, CA, United StatesTechnical Service RepresentativeGusmer Enterprises, Inc. – Windsor, CA, United StatesMore Wine Industry Jobs…Feature Your Job Listing in the Afternoon BriefPeople:Santa Barbara Vintners Director Morgen McLaughlin Leaving for Oregon’s Willamette ValleyPeter Gago Recognized in Queen’s Birthday HonorsAddison Rex Named General Manager at Deerfield Ranch WineryQ&A: Colin Thorne, Vagabond WinesBillionaire Mark Dixon Opens ‘New Frontier’ in English WineSupplier News:Wastewater Engineering at Jordan Vineyards and WineryNomacorc and Tasted 100% Blind Announce Vinexpo MasterclassesInterim Guidance for Qualified Small Businesses Claiming R&D Payroll Tax CreditMitroff Consulting Partners with Ca’Momi, Fior di Sole & Winetech to Identify Their Next CFOMore Supplier News …Vineyard & Winery:Raymond Vineyards Purchases the 55-Acre Bartolucci-Stice Vineyard in St. HelenaCline Family Cellars Introduces a Modern Look to Its Lodi Old Vine ZinfandelParrish Family Vineyard Releases 2016 Estate Rosé and 2014 Reserve SilkenCoppola Dazzles at Critics ChallengeExperts Recommend Top 4 Red Varieties for “Chilling Out” with When the Heat’s On Email Previous articleExperts Recommend Top 4 Red Varieties for “Chilling Out” with When the Heat’s OnNext articleLDV Winery Releases New Viognier Editorlast_img read more