Winebusiness.com - Homepage for the Wine Industry

search news

today's news

09/19/14

Number of directors could change following annual meeting next week

09/19/14

Donald Triggs, the former high-flying multinational wine executive, is back on the ground. A nice piece of ground, too

09/19/14

Unknown a decade ago, Sta. Rita Hills is now one of the most-respected regions in California for Pinot Noir. No wonder one vineyard owner outside its borders - and one actually on the border - want the AVA expanded to include them

09/19/14

His opus, Dry Creek Vineyard, was the first new Dry Creek Valley winery since Prohibition when he began building it in 1972. For his lifetime accomplishments, Stare will be recognized Sept. 28 by the Harvest Fair committee at an award ceremony and dinner at the Wells Fargo Center for the Arts

09/19/14

Harvest is under way at J. Lohr's vineyards in Arroyo Seco, Paso Robles and the Napa Valley. But this year holds special significance: The winery is celebrating its 40th anniversary

09/19/14

After two decades as winemaker for Groth Vineyards and Winery, Michael Weis cleared out his office in July and moved down the hall to a desk next to the new kid on the block

09/19/14

Jameson Rescue Ranch's official kick-off event, Wineapalooza (dinner, wine tasting and live auction extravaganza) will be held on Saturday, Sept. 20 at Gamble Family Vineyards. Attendees of Wineapalooza will have the opportunity to sample more than 40 Napa Valley wines including rarely poured brands such as Tusk, Realm and Herb Lamb.

09/19/14

Barra and Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman came up with the idea when she was desperate to get people to pick the 175-acre vineyard she and her husband own in Redwood Valley, about 40 miles north of Sonoma County.

09/19/14

Can the same principles that Alberto Alessi uses to run his chic design factory work for cultivating grapes?

09/19/14

Brief but heavy storms have failed to dampen Bordeaux winemakers' optimism for the 2014 red wine harvest, as figures show producers across France plan to increase yields to compensate for shortfalls last year.

09/19/14

Smirnoff's maker Diageo is facing a shareholder revolt at its annual meeting today as investors express displeasure at 'excessive' rewards in the wake of disappointing performance

09/19/14

A lot of what Sir John Hegarty posited is very enlightening and mostly correct, but in my opinion, there are some potential flaws in his marketing proposal

09/19/14

into how and why the McLaren Vale Grape Wine & Tourism Association was provided a redacted version of an independent assessment of wine industry programs - instead of the complete Aus-Qual report

09/19/14

Eighteen national and international exhibitors, who developed hot topics suggested by producers, technical advisers and researchers, are invited. - See more at: http://www.thepacker.com/fruit-vegetable-news/Mexican-grape-producers-plan-symposium-275633841.html#sthash.GdpNQdpM.dpuf

09/19/14

A tarantula, sharks, piranhas, a high-powered laser aimed at the groin, several hungry alligators, more sharks and a tall man with metal teeth: when millionaire villains sought revenge on James Bond, they certainly spared no expense.

09/19/14

Italy's wine volume is forecast to slide 15 percent this year after disease affected harvesting, researcher Istituto di Servizi per il Mercato Agricolo e Alimentara and Italy's Wine Union said.

09/19/14

Bordeaux prices finally stop backpedaling and creep upwards.

09/19/14

Plus, Giuliana Rancic brings wine by the glass to Walmart, the wine industry builds a much-needed high school in Bordeaux, and new Burgundian investments in Oregon

09/19/14

With Edmunds St. John, Landmark Vineyards, Dashe Cellars, Qupé Winery, Jaffurs Wine Cellars, Beckmen Vineyards, Skinner Vineyards, Donkey and Goat Winery, and Four Fields Wines

09/19/14

Dozens of small craft brewers such as Sierra Nevada and New Belgium are rallying behind the EPA's proposed Waters of the U.S. rule, arguing it will help ensure that they have clean water for their products.