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  Daily News for Wednesday, October 3rd
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10/03/12
Precision Sensors Monitor Winegrape Water
Researchers at five western universities collaborate on irrigation study
10/03/12
Grape haulers get brake on federal regulations
Reed touts work in extending mileage allowances
10/03/12
Can Romania become eastern Europe's new Bordeaux?
Can the latest fad for wine enthusiasts possibly come from an eastern European country whose wine-growing traditions are as old as Christianity?
10/03/12
Wine Spectator: Dubious Wine Achievements of Our Time
How smart wine people became boneheads
10/03/12
First Ever Virginia Wine Summit Highlights Industry Impact
Organizers describe the day as "the most comprehensive wine and food seminar in Virginia that will offer a variety of ideas on what is trending in the national as well as local wine and food scene."
10/03/12
The best wines at Taste Ontario 2012
On Friday, September 28th 46 Ontario wineries poured more than 100 wines at the Ritz Carlton Hotel Toronto to showcase Ontario's singular and diverse terroir.
10/03/12
Agriculture Week in Ontario
Agriculture Week runs Oct. 1 to 7 and the Ontario Government is encouraging Ontarians to champion local farmers by purchasing local foods.
10/03/12
CA: Warm harvest days mean tarantulas
A sure sign of autumn in the Santa Ynez Valley is the return of the tarantulas. This is the time of year - the warmest days in our region - that the arachnids are leaving hillside nests in search of mates.
10/03/12
Wild weather to yield better Finger Lakes wines
This year's weather threw several curve balls to New York growers-an early, warm spring, a sudden cold snap in April, and a hot, dry summer. But while some vineyards report a reduced crop, many anticipate that wines made from this season's grapes will be big on flavor.
10/03/12
October is Virginia Wine Month
If you're looking for an excuse to explore Virginia's wineries, here's one. October is Virginia Wine Month.
10/03/12
Make Mine a Single: The Rise of Stronger Spirits
Distillers are rolling out a growing number of whiskies, rums, gins-even cognacs-with higher-than-normal concentrations of alcohol
10/03/12
PR: Winery Exchange Launches Acronym Gr8 Red Wine
the red blend, dominated by Pinot Noir and Syrah, began shipping in September and will hit store shelves in early October. The wine will retail for $9.99- $14.99
10/03/12
UK: Fortnum's threatens legal action over undercover foie gras film
Fortnum & Mason has said graphic undercover footage filmed at foie gras farms in France does not come from its suppliers - and it has threatened legal action against animal rights group PETA
10/03/12
Southern Wine & Spirits of America Strengthens its Commitment to Environmental Health and Safety With New Chain Team Appointment
Southern Wine & Spirits of America Strengthens its Commitment to Environmental Health and Safety With New Chain Team Appointment
10/03/12
New device measures grapes' brix levels in field
A South African company has created a device that makes it easier for grape growers to measure brix levels in the field.
10/03/12
After Long Downturn, Beer Sales Are Back
Shipments of Americans' long-standing go-to alcoholic drink are rising for the first time since 2008 in another sign that consumers-particularly young men-are slowly but surely emerging from the recession
10/03/12
Texas Wine Shipping Prohibition Is Morally Indefensible (and Bad for Business)
If a wine is not distributed by a Texas distributor, there's no way to get it to Texas
10/03/12
City Winery Chicago's Michael Dorf fights back - nicely
to respond to the tongue lashing his new concert venue/restaurant/winery received in last week's issue of TOC
10/03/12
San Joaquin County planners to hear expansion requests from Viaggio and Heritage Oaks wineries
Now that the San Joaquin County Planning Commission approved the expansion of a pair of wineries two weeks ago, two more Lodi-area wineries want to expand their offerings.
10/03/12
Total Wine & More Moving Into Connecticut
the Total Wine shop in Norwalk will open in late November
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