Temperatures dip below zero in Washington and Oregon wine regions
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BC government backs 12 liquor policy changes
According to the release, the B.C. Liberal government is throwing its support behind the following recommendations: The Liquor Distribution Branch (LDB) should improve its marketing of B.C. liquor products in stores, developing new opportunities for product placement and innovative promotional and educational materials...
Groups find middle ground for Paso water basin governance
In recent months, two groups have tackled the ailing Paso Robles Groundwater Basin with separate and differing proposals aimed at overseeing future water use. But earlier this month, those groups agreed to join forces for a single groundwater management structure proposal
St. Helena easing rules for wineries
The new rules would eliminate the requirement that ag-zoned wineries be subordinate to residential use. Details such as the number of allowable marketing events would be decided on a case-by-case basis as applicants come to the Planning Commission for a use permit.
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Quietly, the wine industry lost one of its dearest advocates. Because Harold J. Baer, Jr. was working and living in Denver, Colorado, he wasn’t as connected to the rest of us living in California, or even New York City’s wine media group… He simply and quietly reported on wines for the Denver areas