Given that 80 percent of California's developed water is used by agriculture, and that there may be as many as 50,000 affected landowners in the Central Valley, with even more wells, the impact of the new laws promises to be significant
New Innovator/Executive of the Year award celebrates the industry's most creative and influential trendsetter in the business space: Brewery of the Year award lauds notable business ... Life Time Achievement Award: Anthony Terlato
And the nominees are...
Oregon's 601 wineries and 905 vineyards are delighted as the early outlook for the 2014 vintage is prosperous. Ideal growing conditions in the spring and summer have the state's $2.7 billion wine industry poised for a potential record harvest.
After the end of apartheid in the 1990s, South Africa's wines reentered the world market, and its winemakers traveled to work harvests in Europe, the Americas and Australia. They brought modern winemaking techniques home with them. Their efforts are bearing fruit in exciting wines now reaching our market.
After having had the pleasure of dining with a gentleman bearing the splendidly impressive handle Laurent Bernard Conte de la Gatinais, and tasting an array of his wines, I can state that the answer is an emphatic "yes".
California voters will be faced with a $7.5 billion question this fall about whether to publicly finance a water bond meant to help the state better manage its most precious and increasingly limited resource
A Russian beverage company said on Thursday that it was acquiring the Pabst Brewing Company, which makes the Pabst Blue Ribbon beer popular with barflies and hipsters alike and other brands like Colt 45 and Old Milwaukee.