Burgundy's worst frost in more than 30 years in some areas may have already cut the potential size of the 2016 harvest, as 'stressed' producers seek to assess damage in their vineyards.
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Two Northern California men have been charged with transporting stolen bottles of ultra-premium wine out of the state - including rare treasures plundered on Christmas Day 2014 from the famed French Laundry restaurant in Yountville.
A lab test of 10 California wines concluded they all contain the active ingredient from weed-killer, glyphosate, a chemical classified a "probable carcinogen" by the World Health Organization. This I-Team investigation is sending shock waves through wine country.
The School of Business and Economics (SBE) at Sonoma State University (SSU) today announced the sixth vintage from Sonoma State Cellars, a project of the Wine Business Institute (WBI) that provides hands-on learning of the process and particulars of running a wine business.
Ca' Momi, a family-owned and operated winery in Napa, Calif., is debuting a striking modern label design for its heartcrafted Napa Valley varietal wines to align with their "New Napa" aesthetic and philosophy of authentic, zero-pretension wines.
Barely a bonded winery, and on the eve of its first harvest, Benziger was in a bind. Mike Benziger and his father Bruno purchased the winery in 1980. WIth other family members pitching in to do work, they didn't have steel fermentation tanks until they found them in the most unlikely of places from a surprising source
the large grocery chains could choose the communities in which they'd like to sell liquor. But the law would apply equally to local "mom and pop" liquor stores - if they wanted to expand and open other stores, they'd be free to do so
Three years ago, Marcus Notaro made the jump from Col Solare to Stag's Leap - all without changing employers. Both wineries are co-owned by Ste. Michelle Wine Estates in Woodinville, Wash., and Marchesi Antinori in Florence, Italy
For David Bowie, Terry Wogan and Ronnie Corbett, read Louis Latour, Paul Pontallier and Etienne Hugel. Maybe not in that order. But either way, 2016 has been as cruel a year in the wine community as it has in the wider world