Jeremy has ten years of experience in the lab, cellar, and vineyard while working for producers like Chappellet, Duckhorn, and William Harrison. He manages production for his own wine label and most recently served as Laboratory Services Specialist for Enartis USA
V2 Wine Group of Sonoma, California is very pleased to announce several significant management positions and the expansion of their sales and marketing teams that will strategically enhance their growing business. These changes take effect immediately.
Assembly Bill 1513, authored by Assemblymember Das Williams (D-Carpinteria) and signed into law by Governor Brown in 2015, established pay requirements for piece-rate workers for mandated rest and recovery breaks and other nonproductive time. The new law also provides a short window of time for employers to make back wage payments to piece-rate workers for rest and recovery breaks and other nonproductive time in exchange for penalty relief provisions.
Eric Flanagan, owner of Flanagan Wines, purchases the former Everett Ridge Winery in Dry Creek Valley. Last year, Eric led the Russian River Partners Investment Fund in the purchase of two Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir vineyards, including the iconic Platt Vineyard.
In an effort to constantly improve operations, and continue to develop its regional expertise, Trialto Wine Group has decided to sell its Ontario operation and assets to Noble Estates Wine & Spirits. Noble Estates is a dynamic regional agency, looking to partner with a strong national agency in order to continue its growth. The combined operations will benefit both, Noble Estates and Trialto supplier partners with increased channel coverage, business service and expertise.
Several years ago, Google engineers figured out a way to stitch together satellite imagery to remove clouds, giving Google Earth and Google Maps users a better and more comprehensive view of the ground below. Today, the company has repeated the process, but this time with newer, crisper imagery from NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) Landsat 8 satellite.
Excelsior Wine Company is excited to introduce the newest addition to the Little Black Dress (LBD) Wines portfolio, LBD Rosé. Bursting with juicy flavors of ripe berries and just a dash of sweetness with a dazzling clean finish, LBD Rosé is Pure Pink Satisfaction.
Frescobaldi Toscana, one of Italy's most prestigious wine producers with a 700-year-old history in winemaking, launches a new wine, and their first ever rosé into the U.S. market this June: Tenuta dell' Ammiraglia Alìe Rosé (SRP: $18.00). An elegant wine, Alìe is inspired by (H)alìe, a sea nymph who is also a symbol of sensuality and beauty. The wines of the Tenuta dell' Ammiraglia estate, located in the heart of the Maremma, represent a modern and more Mediterranean Tuscany, influenced by the Mediterranean Sea, sun, and cool breezes from the coast.
Some 17 wines from British Columbia, Washington and Oregon earned best-of-class status, meaning they were the top wine in their category. Moon Curser Vineyards in Osoyoos, British Columbia, won three best-of-class designations, while Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery near Oliver, British Columbia, won two. Gehringer Brothers also won four additional gold medals.
This is one step before being categorized as being in a moderate drought. June has been a dry month for the state, according to MLive Chief Meteorologist Mark Torregrossa who says parts of the state have received less than one inch of rain in the past month, and the average rainfall is around 3 inches.
According to the complaint, Balfanz allegedly purchased - on multiple occasions - numerous expensive wine bottles from a Burnsville business, but they would ring up for drastically cheaper. In one instance, Balfanz purchased four bottles of wine that rang up for $9.99 each, but in actuality two were valued at $79.99 and the other two were valued at $84.99.
Engel had never been big into big birds, pre-starlings. She couldn't tell a songbird from a passerine from a peregrine falcon. Now she patrols her vineyard wearing a falconer's glove on her left hand while a Harris hawk circle's overhead. The hawk's name is Amadeus. When he is not actively engaged in killing starlings he is scaring them witless, simply by flapping about.