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Premium Wineries and Vineyards
The SVB Wine Division was formed in 1994 to serve premium wineries and vineyards, Silicon Valley Bank's first wine industry office stood as the only banking office in the United States dedicated exclusively to the premium wine industry. Today Silicon
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Family Wineries Likely to Create Most Vintages
Family Wineries Likely to Create Most Vintages The Oregonian http://www.oregonlive.com/special/outlook/index.ssf?/base/news/1207693499217880.xml&coll=7
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2008-2009 State of the Wine Industry (PDF)
from prior harvests, and a strong demand for wines in … from high costs of sought after vineyard properties, foreign competition, brand proliferation, a … Despite the concerns mentioned, output from the SVB Wine Conditions Survey show winery owners believe 2008 will be a far better than … under foot. We believe the margin squeeze many wineries feel today may not be a short term trend …
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State of the Wine Industry, Forecast and Strategic Recommendations 2007-2008 (PDF)
and bottled) and lower-or negativegrowth rates on box wines and wines priced below $3 retail. The reduced overhang … pricing, subject to the price of foreign wine. But … any other year in our memory, the “average winery” is hard to find. There are winners and losers at … view, 2007 will be an outstanding year for growers and wineries in the premium wine segment with improving prices, sales volumes and …
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2009-2010 State of the Wine Industry (PDF)
his word and fast with his pen. Then one day it was all gone (except for the wine, in our Betamax version of the story). It’s a … decade. ° Price points below $35 are selling, but wines between … but ended as a viable sales channel for small wineries. as of this writing, to bring about a happy … That said, the negative impact will be winery-specific and will depend on several factors including …
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SVB Preliminary Findings 2010-2011 Annual State of the Wine Industry Report
NOVEMBER 2009 Written by Rob McMillan, Founder, Wine Division What Will 2010 Bring for Fine Wine Sales … Findings for the 2010-2011 Annual State of the Wine Industry Report some point in the past decade … business conditions of the last 20 years for family wineries. It is also perfectly suited to a pre-holiday … past decade. Price points below $35 are selling but wines between …
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Wine Industry
February 08, 2010 Posted by

Fleming Jenkins Choreography, Napa Valley Cabernet Blend On the eve of her departure for the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, Gold Medalist Peggy Fleming Jenkins spoke to Liquid Assets columnist and SVB Director of Wine Programs, Raymond Nasr, about her

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Wine Industry
April 07, 2009 Posted by

A select group of winemakers can be credited with revolutionizing modern day winemaking in California. They are the innovators who, some 20 years ago, brought Old World traditions to the New World. David Ramey is clearly a member of that

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Wine Industry
June 08, 2010 Posted by
A compelling business opportunity surfaced back in 2003-04 when the Oregon region — known for its Pinot Noir production — was generating very small vintages and there was huge demand for more fruit. That’s when winemaking legend Ernst Loosen (pronounced loh-zen) teamed up with J. Christopher Wines to craft an elegant Pinot Noir. But the juice didn’t come from Oregon …
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Wine Industry
January 07, 2011 Posted by

What you may NOT know is that Silicon Valley Bank remains the only financial institution with 35 banking professionals entirely focused on the needs of over 350 winery and vineyard clients in Napa, Sonoma and other regions along the Pacific Coast.

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Wine Industry
November 10, 2009 Posted by

This holiday season, why not try something different on the wine front? Offer your friends and guests some truly unique and delicious wine choices — all for under $40.With so many great wine values on the store shelves these days,

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