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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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SVB Analytics Quarterly Trends Report-Q1 2011
last quarter, increasing the cost of doing business. Also, the natural/nuclear disasters in Japan …
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2008-2009 State of the Wine Industry (PDF)
growers producing grapes destined for wines with price points under $8 will likely find business conditions … 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 … next 12 months will be generally positive for the wine industry …
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State of the Wine Industry, Forecast and Strategic Recommendations 2007-2008 (PDF)
Founder, Wine Division state of the wine industry … Distributors are begging for product when a winery can deliver in volume, but smaller lots are … and bottled) and lower-or negativegrowth rates on box wines and wines priced below $3 retail. The reduced overhang … 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)
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 … economic conditions in the U.S. have exposed business models in the fine wine segment that were already in need of change … That said, the negative impact will be winery-specific and will depend on several factors including …
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Ownership Transition in the Wine Industry: Obstacles and Strategies for Success (PDF)
sale. As the senior generation in the wine business prepares to retire, keeping the business in … a comprehensive survey of family wine businesses throughout California, Oregon and Washington. The … survey was that the majority of family run wineries expect to go through a change in control1 within … A change in control does not include a family winery that hires a non-family member to run the business 2 …
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Featured Commentary & Analysis


Wine Industry
June 05, 2013 Posted by
In this videocast conversation SVB's Rob McMillan reviews survey results and interprets industry trends with our panel of experts including: Cyril Penn of Wine Business Monthly, Brian Baker of Chateau Montelena and Ahin Thomas of the Vintners' Alliance.
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Wine Industry
November 17, 2009 Posted by

What will 2010 bring for fine wine sales? SVB predicts sales growth in its preliminary findings for the 2010-2011 Annual State of the Wine Industry Report. 

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Wine Industry
August 26, 2010 Posted by
Gary Vaynerchuk is a master promoter. As of today, he has 854,000 Twitter followers. These are people who WANT to follow him and hear his opinions about wine.
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Wine Industry
April 27, 2011 Posted by
The wine industry is poised to benefit from an improving economy – and fine wine sales are forecasted to grow by 11-15% year over year – concludes Silicon Valley Bank’s latest annual wine industry report.
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Wine Industry
January 15, 2013 Posted by
It’s another good-news, bad-news year in fine wine for 2013. With the release of our annual 2013 wine report, we found that wineries are feeling good about their businesses and even expect to raise bottle prices slightly this year...
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