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10/20/14

Almost 40% of the business believe they can hold prices, and another 40% believe they can take a small increase - See more at: http://svbwine.blogspot.com/2014/10/will-bottle-prices-increase-in-2015.html#sthash.9vftpugZ.dpuf

10/20/14

San Benito County has rarely been a political battleground of statewide significance.

10/20/14

... alleging that owners Lynn and Scott Adams have been running their winery outside of county rules for more than a decade. In response, planning commissioners voted unanimously last week to halt all wine-related events at Bella Vineyards and to cease public tastings in its popular wine cave

10/20/14

Napa Valley Grapegrowers pledge $545,000 for professional development programs

10/20/14

"Complete drought recovery in California this winter is highly unlikely"

10/20/14

After the success of its inaugural meeting in 2013, Wine Vision returns to London with a programme that's set to challenge conventional thinking and inspire an agenda for positive change across the wine industry. An international portfolio of speakers will address key issues affecting growth in world markets as relationships between wine brands and consumers shift and competition from spirit and beer brands intensifies.

10/20/14

February 20, 2015 at Rock Wall Wine Company

10/20/14

"There were wall-to-wall people here."

10/20/14

This coming weekend is Harvest Wine Weekend in Paso Robles, but Adelaida Cellars kicked things off early ...

10/20/14

The Assembly Select Committee on Local Emergency Preparedness, chaired by Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez, will hold an informational hearing on the Napa earthquake at 10:00 AM on Monday, October 20th at the California State Capitol. The hearing will examine the state and local emergency response to the earthquake.

10/20/14

On Wednesday, representatives of Yamaha Motor Corp. USA and the University of California, Davis, showed their handiwork, test-flying the Yamaha RMAX, a sprayer-equipped, remote-controlled helicopter at the university's experimental Upvalley vineyard

10/20/14

The ban on spraying vineyards from the air is part of a general ban on any aerial treatments of crops in France which has been in place since 2009, though vine growers (along with those growing maize, rice and bananas) have thus far been subject to an exemption. This exemption is due to expire ...

10/20/14

Owen Roe Winery announced today the opening of its two new wineries in Newberg Oregon and Yakima, Washington.

10/20/14

The suspension of Dan Jago, head of wine, and seven other directors at Tesco has left the retailer rudderless and "fighting fires" as it heads into Christmas and the busiest trading period of the year.

10/20/14

Zacks cut shares of Constellation Brands from an outperform rating to a neutral rating in a research report sent to investors on Thursday morning. The firm currently has $87.00 price target on the stock.

10/20/14

By most accounts, 2010 was an outstanding year for Barolo. Based on the wine panel's recent tasting of 20 bottles from the vintage, I have no reason to disagree

10/20/14

'Land in Burgundy is no longer affordable for Burgundians?.?.?.?Those with an eye to the future are investing in cheaper land to the south'

10/20/14

The stakes are high as California approaches a new rain season, although Napa County has weathered the three-year drought better than many cities.

10/20/14

A cocktail of troubles has set back sales growth at Europe's biggest liquor makers, with sales still on the slide in China and growth patchy in the U.S. and Europe. Executives warned there may be no quick recovery

10/20/14

multiple starting points for such a fire would lead investigators to believe the blaze was intentionally set

10/20/14

Riders on Napa's wine trolley find lots to drink in along the way

10/20/14

We were saddened to learn right before the launch of this video interview with Thierry Roset that he passed away suddenly on October 5, 2014. We feel fortunate to have captured the gentle and passionate spirit of Thierry on film and find solace in knowing that we can share a moment of Thierry with all of you. He will be missed dearly!

10/20/14

Piero, Marchese Antinori, the man who invented modern Tuscan wine, was in New York this week to promote his new autobiography, The Hills of Chianti. The Story of a Tuscan Winemaking Family, In Seven Bottles

10/20/14

... if modern technology can make for better vino and cut costs, plenty of winemakers are going to buy it