My Latest in @SevenFiftyDaily: 7 Tips for Building a Sparkling Wine List that Pops

7 Tips for Building a Sparkling Wine List that Pops From menu organization to pricing, here’s how to set your bubbly selection apart by L.M. Archer The sparkling-wine market is on a seemingly unquenchable climb. In 2016, U.S. consumption alone rose 6.6 percent, according to the 2017 Wine Handbook of the Beverage Information Group, with […]

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My Latest in Wines & Vines Magazine: “What’s Popping in Sparkling Wine Packaging”

What’s Popping in Sparkling Wine Packaging As more wineries add a sparkler to their portfolios, they also aim to have that bottling stand out by L.M. Archer According to a 2017 Nielsen study, 71% of consumers don’t know what they want when they walk into a store looking to buy some wine. Nielsen concluded packaging […]

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My Latest in Wines & Vines: Foothills Growers Happy with ‘Normal’ Vintage

Foothill Growers Happy With ‘Normal’ Vintage While labor remains a challenge, relief at a lack vintage “drama” and hopes for normal yields by L. M. Archer Placerville, Calif—Several growers in the Sierra Nevada foothills, a sprawling wine region ranging in microclimates, soil types and elevations, say they are cautiously optimistic about the 2018 vintage. Amador […]

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My Latest in Oregon Wine Press: “Sowing the Seeds of Sustainability”

Sowing the Seeds of Sustainability Winegrowers go green for future generations By L.M. Archer Oregon leads the country in more than premium wine growth; according to the Oregon Wine Board, 48 percent of Oregon vineyards are currently certified sustainable. Here’s how a few are sowing the seeds for future generations. Sustaining a Legacy Brooks Wine […]

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