Amid intense pressure from the onslaught of New World wines over the past decade, one of France's pioneering brands in the U.S. market, Georges Duboeuf, has lost more than half its volume, slipping from 1.1 million cases in 2002 to around 400,000 currently. Still, Duboeuf, imported by Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits, remains among the leading French players in the U.S
The board approved a joint powers agreement to facilitate up to $10 million of bond funding for "the acquisition, rehabilitation, construction, improvement and equipping" of a 40,000-square-foot wine manufacturing facility
With $350,000 in startup money, Parsons' crew crushed mostly Colorado grapes in a Denver alley and shipped wine bottles labeled not with chateaus and grapevines but a grittier, graffiti-like etching of a chimpanzee
Proponents suspend their signature petition drive seeking to put on the ballot a proposed change to the state constitution that would allow wine to be sold in grocery stories in Oklahoma's 15 largest counties. They will try again next year.
Australia's advertising standards watchdog has today handed down a landmark decision relating to the Facebook page of Diageo, which found companies must take responsibility for offensive comments or material posted on their pages by the public