Mendocino County is home to over 550 vineyards in 2015, according to figures released today by Mendocino WineGrowers Inc. (MWI). A complete 2015 census of all vineyards in the region reveals a fascinating picture of the typical vineyard in Mendocino.
The new venture will be based in the Chicago area and will operate as a division of Terlato Wines. With a sales force of over 20 and a marketing team, the unit will be led by Bill Terlato as its CEO, as well as a still-unnamed COO who will manage operations, sales and marketing
The federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on November 19 approved genetically engineered salmon, called "Frankenfish" by critics, as "safe" for human consumption in spite of massive public opposition to the decision
At the annual meeting of Appellation St. Helena members held at Rudd Center at the CIA on November 9, three new officers and four new board members were elected. The new slate of officers are President Lesley Keffer Russell, GM of Saint Helena Winery; CFO Stephanie Grubbs, GM of Benessere Winery; and Secretary, Seth Goldfarb, GM of Anomaly Vineyards, all of St. Helena. New board members are Shannon Salvestrin, Salvestrin Vineyards; Rebecca Fine-Audiss, Trinchero Family Estates; Stephanie Grubbs, Benessere; and Anthony Weytjens, Edge Hill Winery.
Mercer Estates in Prosser, Wash., received two major awards - including best red blend of the competition - and Ste. Michelle Wine Estates was named the top region wine company at Rodeo Uncorked!, the international wine competition for the 2016 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
As anticipation around Bordeaux 2015 rises, what are the courtiers up to? What do the consultants think? And which château has flown in guests for a lavish end of harvest party? Jane Anson goes behind the scenes
Buenos Aires mayor Mauricio Macri narrowly beat Daniel Scioli, the choice of termed-out President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner ... This is welcome news for Argentina's wineries, says Laura Catena, general director of Bodega Catena Zapata.
"This was my plan even before the terrorist attacks in Paris killed 130 people, injured hundreds more, placed France under a state of emergency for three months and sparked debate over border controls within Europe"