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05/04/16

"Look here, 'Malbec Mendoza 2012' and the bottle '2013.' That is crazy. How could they do that?" she asked. "The product should be what exactly it says it's selling."

05/04/16

Third generation Phelps family members, Elizabeth Neuman and Will Phelps, appointed to Joseph Phelps Vineyards Executive Management Team

05/04/16

Here are some highlights from the tasting, along with a suggestion for a reasonable alternative. The never-before, never-again wines are now in someone else's hands, it's true, but there are still viticultural themes to follow.

05/04/16

Decision in New Brunswick calls other jurisdictions' wine laws into question

05/04/16

Visit any winery or brewery tasting room in California, and you can sample the sips -- and then buy as many bottles, cans or kegs as your budget allows. But tour a craft distillery? Sure, you can taste the spirits, but to buy even one bottle requires a trip to a liquor store or beverage retailer

05/04/16

George Hodson, of Veritas Vineyard and Winery in Nelson County said

05/04/16

New Book Tests Theoretical Foundations of Strategic Business Management and Wine Tourism

05/04/16

What can you make of this? I think Sonoma has the edge in this competition because of its diversity and enticing unknowns. The palate loves a little mystery, don't you know?

05/04/16

Cannabis may join the herb and spice rack in California kitchens as the most populous U.S. state prepares for the possible legalization of recreational marijuana in November

05/04/16

Stepping away from the tried-and-true wines from their portfolios, the Davies family introduced their inaugural vintage of a wine that may not be made every year, their J. Davies "Jamie" Cabernet Sauvignon

05/04/16

The narrow twin tines of Long Island wine country, less than a two-hour drive from the cacophony of New York City, have never been an obvious place for grape growing

05/04/16

Champagne house Vranken-Pommery Monopole has followed in Taittinger's footsteps by announcing it will produce English sparkling wine in a collaboration with Hattingley Valley - and its UK chairman confirmed that there is a plan to 'develop our own vineyards'

05/04/16

For as much guff as Anheuser-Busch has gotten in recent years for taking control of small American craft breweries - it's up to seven as of this writing - its own 2008 sale to Belgian company InBev jarred its home base of more than 160 years. The sale also changed the city's beer-drinking habits

05/04/16

Caroline Frey, of the Frey family that owns Château La Lagune in Bordeaux and Paul Jaboulet Aîné in Rhône, has bought a 'secret garden' vineyard in Switzerland

05/04/16

Big Ag needs to lighten up

05/04/16

The Seminole Nation of Oklahoma is dedicating a portion of its land to a vineyard and winery to support its local economy

05/04/16

Gallup's U.S. Economic Confidence Index was -9 for the week ending May 3 -- its lowest weekly score since December. This reflects a six-point decline from the previous week, and is the largest week-to-week drop since last July

05/04/16

Treasury Wine Estates is on a mission to evolve from a business led by agriculture to a brand-building FMCG heavyweight and Blossom Hill is a perfect fit, according to its managing director.

05/04/16

It's minimally interventionist, wine nerds say. It's gentler on the earth, a man mansplains, holding his glass up to the light. I've heard it doesn't cause hangovers, your friend stage-whispers. In chorus, their voices rise: It's the only wine worth drinking!

05/04/16

A new winemaker in Sacramento is creating a new blend of wine that may be considered a little spooky: a vineyard growing alongside the dead inside a cemetery.

05/04/16

Craft brewers expressed concerns over a possible pay-to-play system that favored large brands