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06/27/16

The Resnicks say they have cancelled part of their vineyard expansion project and are in talks with local officials to donate the land

06/27/16

Lynda and Stewart Resnick say they will donate the controversial property to conservation and plant 5,000 oaks in Paso Robles area

06/27/16

... We want to walk arm-in-arm with our neighbors to ensure the future of sustainable farming in the region. We know that proof of this will be in our actions, not just our words, and we look forward to working together ...

06/27/16

California nurseries pay $0.01 per units for cuttings, and $0.15 per unit for rooted rootstock cuttings and grafted grape rootstock.Assessments vary from year to year, depending on the sales

06/27/16

Six months after the wine store Premier Cru abruptly shut it doors, leaving thousands of customers without access to the wine they had purchased, relief may be on the way

06/27/16

One Washington grape grower has found a few grapes turning purple in the Horse Heaven Hills - a full week ahead of last year's historically early vintage

06/27/16

The Huneeus family will keep over 2700 hectares of land in Casablanca, including significant vineyard holdings

06/27/16

The Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission has approved retail food store licenses for 422 grocery stores throughout Tennessee. As of Friday, 422 stores-73 percent of all grocery stores that applied-had received licenses in accordance with the state's new law allowing for retail wine sales in grocery stores

06/27/16

"I founded FlyWine in 2014 to fill a hole in the wine market for high-quality, ­single-serving wine options as an affordable luxury for savvy drinkers"

06/27/16

The McGuires are part of a fledgling movement to build on Montana's potential to grow good grapes and produce fine wines

06/27/16

In 2014, California voters passed a $7.5 billion water bond - nearly 80 percent of which has now been appropriated. Here's a look at where that money is going, and which key areas are yet to have funds awarded

06/27/16

It's tempting to believe that the state has weathered some dry years and that the brimming northern California reservoirs will now allow us to return to wet-year habits and lifestyles, but those days are gone forever

06/27/16

A judge clarified late Thursday that a sweeping 21st century plan for the Delta is "invalid," a decision applauded by Delta advocates who had argued the plan didn't go far enough to protect the fragile estuary from massive water exports

06/27/16

More changes have been announced as the provincial government helps modernize liquor policies and allows for businesses to provide alcohol samples

06/27/16

Brands have been trying to up their game on social media, some with greater finesse than others. But sin seems to sell when it comes to engagement on Instagram.

06/27/16

The early 19th century cattle barn, though grand, is like one of many across Maine. On a rise above Damariscotta Lake, attached to an inn, it's an inviting setting for a getaway

06/27/16

With Scotch whisky heavily reliant on the European Union, and the U.K. one of the most important export markets for California wine, the drinks industry is dealing with a strong tide of uncertainty in the wake of the shocking Brexit decision

06/27/16

"Everything has changed but nothing has changed"

06/27/16

Results of the UK's referendum on its membership in the European Union were revealed throughout the night and confirmed this morning (24 June), with 52% of the public voting to leave the EU and 48% voting to remain.

06/27/16

As the impact of Brexit plays out on markets and commodities around the world, Australian winemakers could emerge as unlikely winners

06/27/16

Peninsula home to more than 100 wineries, specializes in red blends

06/27/16

Wineries strike a balance between wine production and entertainment. Some decide to be open to the public by appointment only or do not allow large groups, buses or limos on the property. Others emphasize hospitality with regular festivals, concerts and other promotions. Some thoughtless customers don't respect either business model.

06/27/16

The "Wine Dispensing Travel Tote," created by Tracey Luebbers and currently selling on Uncommon Goods, is no doubt your new travel accessory. It holds an entire box of wine, and has room for anything else you commonly store in your purse, according to the rave reviews.

06/27/16

At a time of year when many people nourish wine-making dreams, Andrew Jefford provides a reality check

06/27/16

Novak Djokovic, the world number one men's tennis player who will this week begin defence of his Wimbledon title, has bought land in his native Serbia to start a vineyard

06/27/16

After a coalition of conservative states sued the Obama administration over its plans to grant deportation relief to the parents of American citizens, the Supreme Court deadlocked