AB 1066, introduced by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez (D-San Diego), squeezed out of the Senate floor with a 21-14 vote. It is now headed back to the Assembly, where it faces its most passionate opposition, for a final vote
The e-commerce giant is developing a new drive-up store concept in Silicon Valley that will allow consumers to order grocery items online, then schedule a pickup at a dedicated facility, according to industry sources familiar with Amazon's plans. If confirmed, the project could signal a new distribution strategy
Kevin Zraly, whose verve, passion and energy as a wine instructor are unparalleled, will teach just one more class before he retires. He's been at it for 40 years with his Windows on the World Wine School, so-called because his classes started at that legendary restaurant. Since Sept. 11, 2001, they have been in Midtown
Tulloch Vineyards (Tulloch) is pleased to announce that Michael (Jian) Cheng will become Managing Director of its wholly-owned subsidiary in Shanghai. Michael will be responsible for Chinese and Asian operations as Tulloch commences its first shipments of Okanagan wine later this year
Winemakers have begun picking grapes in Paso Robles, with many wineries slated to bring in their first grapes this week. Starting for some in mid-August, this is becoming the 'new normal' timing for harvest with a near similar start to last year, or just a week later.
The Miolo Wine Group, which is well-known for their Brazilian sparkling wines, has seen a 35% increase this year of export sales volume in comparison to 2015. A good part of that increase is associated with the Olympics, according to export manager Anderson Tirloni, who noted the biggest gains in the U.K. (where the company has also launched a targeted "Taste of Brazil" campaign), U.S., and Chinese markets
Chris Munsell was 9 when he figured out the most perplexing question of human existence: "What is my purpose in life?"
Munsell is the winemaker behind our wine-of-the-week winner, the Frei Brothers Sonoma Reserve 2014 Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel at $20.
That study, which surveyed 5,641 full-time employees who get paid time off, coined a term to describe American employees who have a tough time taking vacation: work martyr. Nearly 48% of millennials surveyed actually think it's good for their bosses to think they're work martyrs, compared to 39% of generation X and 20% of baby boomers. That report found that 43% of work martyrs are millennials - a bigger representation than any other generation group.
Plain and simple if a wine was bottled without labels, then shipped to another winery or wine cellar facility and sometime later a label is designed for that wine and will be placed on the bottles by the second winery (or wine cellar) site they will have to reach out directly to the bottling winery to have them submit the labels for TTB label approval.
The Psagot Winery, located near the Palestinian city of Ramallah, will use the grapes to produce their award-winning Merlot wine. The winery produces more than 250,000 bottles of wine per year, with 70 percent of it exported, primarily to the United States