The conference takes place June 28-30 in Monterey, Calif., and the water symposium is the first day of the event. The symposium features experts from California, Washington state, Canada and Australia delivering presentations about how vines are affected by water stress as well the latest technology to monitor plant water use
The launch of the « Wine & Spirits Marketing Certificate » is the first milestone of VINEXPO EDU. In this niche market, the synergy of KEDGE Business School and VINEXPO is a substantial asset that will not only offer industry actors a theorical and practical perspective, but also a factual and dynamic viewpoint, based on real-life cases and situations.
Mavrik has paired with its favorite shipping partners to widen the availability of its no impact alcohol reduction. From underserved regions* Mavrik will arrange and pay for shipping to a Mavrik dealc facility.
Proving the adage 'well worth the wait', experts enjoyed a rare taste of fine wines from the 19th century, discovered under the floorboards of a Czech castle in a treasure hunt that pitted Communist-era police against aristocrats
We have 600 acres planted to vineyard, 300 acres of which are Cabernet Sauvignon. We're excited about the growth potential for our Antica Estate Cabernet Sauvignon ($55), and the single-vineyard "Townsend" Cabernet Sauvignon ($95), which is the pinnacle of the Antica portfolio
A trial over accusations of bid-rigging in the biggest contract in state history - a $200 million deal with the N.H. Liquor Commission for warehousing services - got under way in superior court on Monday
According to new research released by Euromonitor International, worldwide consumption of alcoholic beverages declined by 0.7 percent in 2015. It's the first time the firm has tracked a decrease in global alcohol sales since it began monitoring figures in 2001
Rich Smith qualifies as such a figure when it comes to the Santa Lucia Highlands, the Pinot Noir- and Chardonnay-heavy slice of Monterey County. When Smith died of pancreatic cancer in December at 69, the region rose to his honor.
"We want to have the ladybugs, we want to have the spiders, the rattlesnakes - we want those in the vineyard, this is all good stuff to have," said Cook. "And part of the balance is not nuking everything."
Since 2011, In Pursuit of Balance (IPOB) represented one side of a philosophical debate over what California wine should, and could, be. Now, with the sudden announcement that the group will dissolve later this year, Jon Bonné reflects on its brief history and asks: Did IPOB achieve its goals?
In an attempt to make a wine that captures the ephemeral essence of California, the brilliant Randall Grahm is breeding 10,000 new grape varieties at an experimental vineyard. Here, he explains his "weird, different, crazy" vision.