"The more than three decades I have been winemaker at Seghesio Family Vineyards have been a deeply rewarding labor of love," said Seghesio. "I look forward to continuing to build upon the legacy that my great grandparents, Edoardo and Angela Seghesio, started when they first planted vines at Home Ranch in Alexander Valley in 1895."
The Act, HR 600, would amend the section of the tax code that deals with wine and related beverages, 26 USC § 5041, to support the growing number of craft and entrepreneurial cider makers, and tailor IRS rules to reflect variations in craft ciders across the country.
The sale, which includes Siduri's sister winery, Novy Family Wines, marks a new chapter for founders Adam and Dianna Lee. The couple came to Wine Country from Dallas more than 20 years ago with $24,000 and an idea to make great pinot noir at reasonable prices
Skurnik Wines & Spirits, an importer and distributor, has proved an effective launchpad for some of the most talented salespeople in the New York area, many of whom went on to found companies of their own
All 16 of the Santa Ynez Valley Wine Country Association member wineries will be at your disposal during the "Sideways" region's 10th four-day Wine Fantasy - the one time during the year when visitors can taste reserve, estate and library wines, often while talking wine with winemakers and owners
"Delicato Family Vineyards is honored to receive this prestigious distinction and we believe this is a direct reflection of our people and their collective passion to continually improve, evolve and innovate," said Chris Indelicato, President and CEO, Delicato Family Vineyards. "We are especially indebted to our distributor, restauranteur and retailer partners who have been instrumental in getting our wines in the hands of consumers."
The partnership will focus on wines including Bourgogne Chardonnay Vieilles Vignes, Bourgogne Pinot Noir Vieilles Vignes, Cremant de Bourgogne, Cremant Rose de Bourgogne, Pouilly Fuisse, Macon Villages, and St Veran
Napa-based Portocork America has weathered the storm by staying the course, responding with a 15-year focus on quality control that has helped it become the leading natural cork producer in North America, with an estimated 35 percent market share. About 1.5 million corks are produced each day by 40 employees at the company's 50,000-square-foot facility in Napa