Special Coverage: Vine Notes

Vine Notes: Sky-high North Coast vineyard pricing will moderate

Vineyard appreciation rates may moderate somewhat, but these elements point to long-term value growth.

Vine Notes: Wine businesses squeezed on unfair competition

California’s wine business is under greater assault from governments claiming unfair competition. Two industry attorneys offer eight prevention and survival tips.

Vine Notes: How will wine weather Brexit?

Vexing the U.K., one of the U.S.’s largest wine markets, are the fates of free trade, tariffs and pound valuation.

Vine Notes: Ensure your wine business can ride out ‘the big one’

Follow these tips to help avoid business disaster, especially when high-value wine is involved.

Vine Notes: 3 solutions for big property tax on estate

Here are three ways owners of wine-related realty can help protect heirs from a big property-tax bill.

Vine Notes: Pitfalls for California wine in U.K.

With wine export options in China and Canada weakening, shifting focus to the United Kingdom may be an alternative. But market nuances create obstacles to selling wine there.

Vine Notes: Look before leaping into winery crowdfunding

Federal crowdfunding rules coming this spring offer vintners exciting, unprecedented fundraising opportunities, but major financial and legal potential pitfalls have to be scouted first.

Vine Notes: Squeeze more profit from club shipments

Tis the season for vintners to send wine to their most loyal customers. But proactive action before bottles leave can fix ever-growing shipment headaches and cement long-term relationships.

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