11 wine and spirits distributor executives share the purchasing trends they are seeing—and how they predict the rebound will play out across the U.S.
Despite fire and smoke damage, excellent wines were produced from Anderson Valley to Santa Barbara
Despite sudden additional tariffs, industry groups are organizing with optimism that the incoming administration could issue a game-changing executive order
From being Black in the white wine industry, to drinks pros who lost their sense of smell, and microbial terroir in the vineyard, here’s a look back at the stories that resonated most
Demand surges combined with supply chain disruptions result in out-of-stocks in tequila, Cognac, and Champagne
Proposed 100 percent tariffs on European wine and spirits are back on the table. Here’s what the USWTA says you need to know—and do—before the July 26 deadline for public comment
With the acquisition of the e-commerce technology and data insights company, SevenFifty will fast track its new e-commerce platform for off-premise alcohol retail, SevenFifty Storefronts, in Summer 2020
Here’s the latest on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the industry, and the resources that can help
Operators appeal for swift government aid to save jobs—and the restaurant industry
Off-premise sales are booming, yet protocol, consumer behavior, and regulations present new challenges
The Trump Administration announced that the 25 percent tariffs imposed in October on many EU wines and spirits would remain in place, for now
As the threat of increased tariffs remains soberingly real, a vocal group of industry activists share what you need to know—and do
More than a year after the scandal that rocked the wine world in 2018, candidates and Master Sommeliers are still fighting for change
The looming threat of 100 percent tariffs is already costing jobs, hurting businesses, and causing instability as the wine industry braces for a decision from D.C.