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09/15/14

Less than five months after the revered but troubled Central Park restaurant Tavern on the Green reopened with a costly renovation, a new management and a new menu, its executive chef, Katy Sparks, has left the restaurant

09/15/14

The Bordeaux-dominated market for collectible wines may be picking up after price declines stretching back to the second quarter of last year, according to Chris Smith, investment manager at The Wine Investment Fund.

09/15/14

Brewer likes to compare the collection of wines that go into the estate wine blend to an orchestra. He calls the bright, high-toned wines picked earlier in the six-week harvest and wines from sandy soils the piccolos, while richer, more curvaceous Pinots picked later or from primarily clay soils play the part of the violin or maybe the cello sections

09/15/14

Joseph Gallo, the company's president and CEO, said the donation was being made "on behalf of our employees and their families."

09/15/14

The wine industry says a production cutback by Adelaide glass firm ACI is due to more Australian wine being exported in bulk and bottled overseas

09/15/14

The research has ramifications for controlling disease and increasing productivity in vineyards and could conceivably lead to the creation of new examples of New Zealand's two key grape varieties, Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc

09/15/14

Nematodes are difficult to control and can cause significant economic damage by reducing crop yield and quality. Fluensulfone is a nematicide for pre-plant, bare-soil application on fruiting vegetables and cucurbits - cucumbers, melons, squash, tomatoes, okra, eggplant and peppers.

09/15/14

replacement of whole vines or galled trunks of infected vines will be necessary to maintain optimal vineyard productivity

09/15/14

Vintage Nurseries welcomes our new Senior Vice President and General Manager Rick Burnes

09/15/14

In a move seen as a way to fight off a potential takeover by Anheuser-Busch InBev, large brewer SABMiller has reportedly offered to buy Heineken. The family that controls the Dutch-based brewer rejected the idea, according to Bloomberg News.