Exhibitor registration for WiVi Central Coast Wine Industry Conference & Tradeshow is now open. Now in its third year, WiVi is the largest wine industry gathering on the Central Coast and is recognized as the premiere gathering for Central Coast wine industry professionals. The two-day meeting and one-day tradeshow is presented by the industry's premiere trade publication, Wine Business Monthly, and Central Coast viticulture consulting company, Precision Ag Consulting.
The magnitude-6 earthquake that jolted this picturesque valley of wineries and vineyards early Sunday morning wreaked at least some havoc with the industry that has come to define this part of Northern California. "About 15,000 cases of lovely cabernet came pouring out those doors and down the steps, into the garden," said Jim Caudill, director of hospitality at the Hess Collection winery in Napa.
Malibu wine community hopes the L.A. County supervisors will change course on a proposed ban on new vineyards. L.A. County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky said the aim is to keep the coastal mountains from being suburbanized.
Philippine de Rothschild, a scion of the vaunted winemaking family who helped modernize and expand a renowned wine-producing enterprise that sells 22 million bottles annually, died on Saturday in Paris. She was 80
n a sign that they aren't giving up on liquor privatization, state House Republicans plan to push a bill that would decriminalize purchasing wine and liquor in other states and transporting it to Pennsylvania