Afternoon Brief, April 12

first_imgLinkedin Subscribe to the Afternoon BriefAdvertisement Trending Story:Researchers Study Effects of Alcohol Concentration in WineResearch done by scientists at WSU suggests that a wines alcohol concentration may play a larger role than other properties of the wine in determining its taste, aroma and mouthfeel …Today’s News:Record Crop for the Lodi RegionLodi is among the wine grape growing regions that reported a record-breaking harvest in 2018. The record-breaking 2018 crush was driven primarily by the Central Coast and the Northern Interior, according to analysts. Lodi farmers crushed 850,687 tons of wine grapes in 2018 or about 14.4 percent more than in 2017 …2018 Mendocino Crush ReportIts official: Vintage 2018 was a bountiful one in the land of grapes, and once again, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon, which continue to top the charts in popularity worldwide, led the way here in Mendocino County …Wine World Needs More Urgency on Climate Change, Says TorresSpeaking at a Familia Torres climate change course, Miguel Torres said it was disappointing that only 20 wineries in Spain had joined the Wineries for Climate Protection group that the producer set up in 2011 …Napa Grape Prices – The Highest in the State – Rose Again in 2018Global Wine Output Recovered in 2018 from 60-Year LowGaragiste Wine Festival Brings Micro-Wineries to SonomaBedell Cellars Hits the Market for $17.9MWhy New Jersey Doesn’t Let You Buy the Wine You WantIn Paso Robles, Justin Vineyards & Winery Sees Its Portfolio ThriveLVMH Drinks Unit Reports 9% Sales Growth in Q1Authority Raids French Wine and Spirits FirmsBordeaux 2018: The Left BankLocal Radio Stations Assisting with Canadian Wine Tax IssueDan Berger: Understanding Great Wines, a Series Beginning with ChardonnayWineIndustry.Jobs:Alcohol Beverage Law AssociateDickenson, Peatman & Fogarty – Napa, CA, USABusiness Development Account ManagerFree Flow Wines – Sonoma, CA, USATechnical Sales RepresentativeRecruiting Associates Network – Northern California, USAMore Wine Industry Jobs…Feature Your Job Listing in the Afternoon BriefIndustry Events:Laffort Rendezvous 2019 – Bio-Protection and Preventing OxidationApril 16, 2019 – Santa Rosa, CA, USAFermentis Academy Sponsored by ATPGroupApril 17, 2019 – Saint Helena, CAWine Industry ConferenceApril 18, 2019 – Rohnert Park, CA, USADTC Roadshow in Willamette ValleyApril 30, 2019 – Dayton, OR, USA3 Tier Wine SymposiumMay 22, 2019 – Santa Rosa, CA, USAMore Wine Industry Events…Top Stories of the Week:Is Gallo Saving the Wine Industry?Alpha Omega Toasts Return of Winemaker Henrik PoulsenHow Jackson Family Wines’ Top Brass in Oregon Is Shaping the Willamette Valley’s FutureRepublic National Distributing Company and Breakthru Beverage Group Terminate Proposed MergerThe Wine Mavericks That Heralded a New Generation at U.C. DavisFungicides Used in Viticulture Linked to New DiseaseWhy More California Rain Could Mean Bigger Problems for Your Wine, Vineyard BusinessNapa County Passes Controversial Tree and Water Ordinance, so What’s Next?2018 California Crush Report by the NumbersNapa Staff Shortages Hurting WineriesWine Game Changes on Red MountainMenthol Is Not Mint: Decoding Freshness in WineNapa County Winery, Vineyard Permit Fix-It Deadline Brings Fewer ApplicationsFourth Annual Willamette: The Pinot Noir Auction Breaks Records with Over $1 Million RaisedWhy Is It so Hard to be a Mom in the Wine Business? Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Advertisement Share TAGSATPGroupBedell CellarsDan BergerFranceJUSTIN Vineyards & WineryKSROLaffortMichael HanseyNew JerseyNorth Bay Business JournalPaso RoblesWineDirect Home Afternoon Brief Afternoon Brief, April 12Afternoon BriefVideoAfternoon Brief, April 12By Editor – April 12, 2019 269 0 center_img Facebook Twitter Pinterest ReddIt Email Previous article2018 Mendocino Crush ReportNext articleTrefethen Family Vineyards Announces New “Legacy Tastings” and Spring and Harvest In-Depth Events Editorlast_img read more

Agility promotes Esa

first_imgEsa joined Agility in 2004 and has more than 23 years of experience in the transportation and logistics industry. Prior to assuming his current post, Esa was chief executive officer for Agility in UAE, Oman and Bahrain, and senior vice president of sales and marketing for Agility Middle East and Africa.In his new role, Esa will be responsible for leading all commercial activities of Agility across Europe, including sales, marketing and product management. “With his background in emerging markets and experience in operations, sales, and marketing, Esa brings insight and expertise that will be invaluable in his new position,” said Mike Bible, chief executive office, Agility Europe. “Esa’s proven record and strong focus on customer engagement make him perfectly qualified to lead and grow our commercial activities in Europe.”  www.agility.comlast_img read more