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  Daily News for Friday, September 21st
The Culinary Institute of America Announces 2013 Vintners hall of fame inductees
Meredith "Merry" Edwards, legendary wine writer Frank Schoonmaker, labor leader Cesar Chavez, and the founder of The Wine Advocate, Robert Parker
North Coast Gets Access to Flash Extraction
New units in Sonoma County expected to be ready for this harvest
San Joaquin County Planning Commission approves St. Jorge Winery expansion
Before a packed house of more than 50 people, the San Joaquin County Planning Commission voted 3-2 on Thursday to allow St. Jorge Winery to have more public events and add buildings
Santa Barbara's Urban Wine Trail: too big to fail to organize
A look at the Santa Barbara Urban Wine Trail's latest map of 17 locations where you can sample wines from the county's vineyards gives a hint ...
Making wine taste good at 35,000 feet
It is a tricky situation as at high altitudes the human taste palette changes, and so the sommeliers of the skies must combat this disparity while offering delicious wine for the travelers to savor.
Epcot International Food & Wine Festival expands menu, duration
"If you love food and wine, you really have to go," Killam said. "It is the premier event of its kind in Florida, maybe the country."
Pink wines are not always sweet and sugary
in our society pink largely means sugary and girly. If that weren't the case, Victoria's Secret wouldn't make a platinum mine off of hawking $30 Love Pink T-shirts
Oregon Wine Board confirms SITT Autumn line-up
The Oregon Wine Board has confirmed the seven wineries it will be showcasing at SITT Autumn, they are ...
Staglin Family Winery event raises $6.1 million for mental health
In a one-family show, Garen and Shari Staglin, and their children, Shannon and Brandon, brought luxe wines, mental health experts, haute cuisine and the velvet rock of Jermaine Jackson to their Rutherford winery last Saturday to help raise $6.1 million for mental health disorders
Spain offers hidden gem in mencia wines
With the grape having been grown in Spain for centuries, there exist several old vineyards, some which were planted in the 19th century
Five fast-growing Sonoma County companies make Inc. 5000 list (including 2 wine companies)
Two wine companies in Sonoma County also made the Inc. 5000 list. Purple Wine Co. in Graton had $59.6 million in revenues in 2011 and had grown 82 percent in three years, and Cecchetti Wine Co. of Vineburg had $3.8 million in revenues with 12 percent growth during the period.
View the crush in real time
The Napa Valley Vintners will broadcast "Harvest Live" beginning Monday, Sept. 24 and continuing throughout the week
Bizzers head to new wine country
The Variety Guide to Entertainment, Home Design & Real Estate
Love wine? This apartment comes complete with a sommelier
Developer breaks ground on a Tokyo complex designed especially for oenophiles. The underground wine cellar will hold 10,000 bottles
UK: Why today's drinkers have stopped turning their noses up at wine in a box and screw top bottles
Admittedly, it's probably still a no-no if your boss is coming round to dinner to discuss that big promotion
Class Unrest in Bordeaux
Plus, an unauthorized M. Chapoutier fashion line in China, and cutting loose with the harvest olympics in Napa
Labor shortage severe in California agriculture
A new drought impacting Pajaro Valley fields has nothing to do with weather patterns
Parducci to celebrate its 80th Anniversary
Join Winemakers Bob Swain, Mark Beaman and estate proprietors, the Thornhill Family, Saturday, Sept. 29 to celebrate Parducci's 80th year of winemaking
Finger Lakes wineries, tasting parties, social media to spotlight 2011 Rieslings
Riesling Hour, a virtual tasting, will be held from 6 to 10 p.m.
Commentary: Ban On Big Sodas A Big Mistake
The new ban on the sale of soft drinks in large containers in New York City is arbitrary and insulting.
Beer exposed to nuclear bomb blast 'okay' to drink: US study
London: Bottles and cans are largely unaffected by radiation and items like beer and soft drinks are still drinkable if an atomic bomb went off nearby, a US government study has found
Gallo purchases Snows Lake Vineyard for undisclosed amount
George Myers, whose family developed the vineyard, said he had no comment on the sale at this time.
Constellation Brands Kicks Off "Corks Against Cancer" Campaign to Support Childhood Cancer Research
Partnership with Rally Foundation targeted to raise up to $50,000 nationally
ChefmeetsBCGrape Raises more than $2,100 for Vancouver Aquarium's Ocean Wise Program
The eighth annual ChefmeetsBCGrape event, held September 20 in Vancouver, raised more than $2,100 for the Vancouver Aquarium's Ocean Wise Program, a national sustainable seafood program that identifies ocean-friendly consumer choices from coast to coast.
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