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07/27/15

Wineries in unincorporated areas would certify how much wine they are producing and whether they are complying with their use permits. Each winery's principal officer would sign the report

07/27/15

Santa Barbara reports early sparkling harvest, Paso gets hurricane drift

07/27/15

The government said a bill introduced Thursday in the U.S. Senate falls short of what would be required to avoid tariffs on American products

07/27/15

Held in London for the past two years, Wine Vision has come to be recognised as a 'must attend' event for business leaders across the global wine industry. From 2015 onwards it will take those wine industry leaders to the heart of the world's most prestigious wine regions ...

07/27/15

Pat Roney touted the benefits of new ownership without the debt that hampered Cohn. "We are not financially restrained and we will be able to buy new barrels and do a lot of work on differed maintenance," he said.

07/27/15

Founder Devin Shomaker plans to give visitors a complete experience. Besides the tours and wine tastings, customers will get to see where the grapes are planted, the fermentation and aging processes, and barrel storage.

07/27/15

Washington vintner consolidates his winemaking while also putting a tasting room in the city

07/27/15

For the last 10 years, though, importer Didier Pariente has been crisscrossing the U.S., presenting the wines of Ouled Thaleb, the oldest working winery in Morocco

07/27/15

"As a family-owned wine company, Vintage Wine Estates is particularly interested in preserving heritage wineries such as B.R. Cohn, and taking them into the future. We are looking forward carrying on the legacy of B.R. Cohn which we consider one of the crown jewels of Sonoma Valley."

07/27/15

don't drink Barossa semillon while listening to Brahms. The music makes the wine taste flat. Mozart's what you want for this style of white: bright and precise and pretty

07/27/15

The ban was put in place after there was a perceived rush on applications for vineyard permits in the unincorporated north area of the Santa Monica Mountains, which includes unincorporated Malibu, Agoura, parts of Calabasas and Topanga.

07/27/15

It's an inaccurate choice of words, then, to refer to homeless alcoholics as winos. How come nobody ever describes the sad-but-loveable drunk hopping the train car as a malt liquoro?

07/27/15

Designed to empower you with knowledge of your environment, medicine, food, and a near-infinite number of things, the SCiO will also allow you to participate in building the world's first database of matter

07/27/15

when Diego Libkind, an Argentine microbiologist, identified Saccharomyces eubayanus in the forests of Patagonia, its discovery opened up the possibility of developing new yeast crosses

07/27/15

Almost as if it were relieved to rest after a long journey, the Fountain Grove Winery sherry house gave little resistance when the jaws of an excavator grasped its graffiti-covered west wall and gave a mighty jerk

07/27/15

Wisconsin's "cheeseheads" might someday have a wealth of local options to pair with the state's most popular food. And they may have Nick Smith to thank for it. - See more at: http://btn.com/2015/07/26/btn-livebig-wisconsins-first-enologist-to-spice-up-the-states-wine-cider-industries/#sthash.ilLiOZH1.dpuf

07/27/15

The Buffalo Trace distillery has a new warehouse that uses robotics for an automated storage and retrieval system. It is thought to be the first distillery in the state to use the technology, which was part of a $20 million investment

07/27/15

The winery just north of Manteca in Highway 99 is the top property taxpaying entity in the school district. Based on the winery's $91,670,933 assessed valuation the family owned business that is among the top 10 wineries in the nation will pay $55,002 in the initial year of the 30-year bond payback period

07/27/15

This may be the cleverest piece of vineyard sourcing I've ever come across, and it led to the creation of one of France's most enduringly successful Vin de Pays (now IGP) wines

07/27/15

The next six weeks will be 'crucial' to the quality and quantity of this year's Champagne harvest, after drought conditions left vines short of water

07/27/15

According to Treasury's annual financial report for 2014, the group owned 10,781 hectares of vineyards, just over 30ha more than Concha y Toro's total vineyard holding of 10,750ha - which includes the company's 9,133ha in Chile, 1,154ha in Argentina and 463ha in the US, where it owns Fetzer and Bonterra

07/27/15

Sixty feet under the ocean, off the coast of Bermuda, the water feels cold

07/27/15

Cyling in rural France is always enjoyable, but on a new trip, Andy Pietrasik also gets to sample several of Burgundy's grands crus along the way

07/27/15

After three years of declines, the wine market finally has something to cheer about as prices rose in the first half of 2015 -- albeit at a modest pace

07/27/15

Flaviar has been catering to the world's liquor-lovin' masses for more than three years, with a subscription sampling service that delivers an assortment of hand-picked spirits to your door every month. While Flaviar has been a Web-only affair since its inception, today sees the official launch of its first mobile app, following an extended beta period

07/27/15

More than 1,000 workers at Daniel Boulud's Manhattan eateries recently settled their class-action suit against the Michelin-starred chef for $1.4 million

07/27/15

A blaze in a pine forest has prompted evacuations from suburbs of the famous wine city

07/27/15

The Berry Bros & Rudd warehouse in Basingstoke, Hampshire, was burgled on 26 April with sources telling the Daily Mail that it had to be an "inside job"

07/27/15

A group of California grape growers will have their day in the state's Supreme Court in their 19-year challenge of the California Table Grape Commission's right to assess payments for generic advertising

07/27/15

New computer models suggest that the current El Niño formation brewing in the Pacific could become the strongest in recorded history.