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12/22/14

Red Blotch Concerns Drive Revision Process

12/22/14

3. The company uses "one of the cheapest forms of natural cork," according to a 2012 report by KALW Public Radio?

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When it comes to alcohol laws, Pennsylvania is about as close to Saudi Arabia as you can get in America

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"We've gotten more stacked up over the past couple of weeks, with schedules all over the place," said Beth Frisher, manager of business development and international marketing at the Port of Oakland. The "snowball effect" from Southern California, she said, has "had collateral impacts up the coast."

12/22/14

Picking the perfect bottle of wine at the store or in a restaurant is often a confusing, complicated and potentially embarrassing task, but a slew of new smartphone apps are making it easier - and making drinking wine even more of a pleasure

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American beer sales have been trending downwards in recent years. After peaking at nearly 219 million barrels in 2008, total U.S. shipments have declined since, reaching just 211.7 million barrels in 2013.

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E.&J. Gallo Winery of Modesto surveyed 1,001 wine drinkers in the United States and found that many, especially the younger crowd, have a relaxed approach to the subject

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The results add to the odd circumstances of how the wine came to be and where it ended up. Even John McLoughlin says the tale of the wine is unusual.

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Move over, Two Buck Chuck. Publix Supermarkets Inc. is in the wine game

12/22/14

Melbourne solicitor Mark Elliott has vowed to press on with a class action against Treasury Wine Estates despite being told by Victoria's highest court that the lawsuit is "a clear abuse of process"

12/22/14

Chinese buying is underpinning a nascent recovery in Bordeaux wine-estate prices, boosting demand for mid-level vineyards while top properties have rebounded to levels last seen in 2000, according to broker Michael Baynes

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"In the climate that we're in today in terms of attitudes toward new winery growth, everything is getting a careful look," Commissioner Bob Fiddaman said last week.