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  Daily News for Monday, October 8th
SVB On Wine - Part II: Planting Decisions Are Different This Time
Changing Patterns: You're Mad if you Don't React
Land Trust of Napa County Announces New President and CEO
Douglas Parker succeeds Joel Tranmer as the President & CEO and John Hoffnagle, who served as the Executive Director of the Trust for 24 years.
Supplier News: iCropTrak Simplifies Farm Planning
easy to use Farm Plan data management interface for documenting expected seasonal farming operations
U.S. Representative Kathy Hochul Sees Bright Future for Niagara Wines
The congresswoman makes a link between a healthy economy and the growing wine region in her district
Inaugural Virginia Wine Summit Kicks Off October Wine Month
- Steve Spurrier, Legendary Wine Connoisseur, Offers Keynote Address -
Sonoma: Light rains may complicate grape harvest
A series of showers may dampen Sonoma County this week, raising mild concern among grape growers about impacts on the crop during the height of harvest.
"Napa Valley Wine Wave" Breaks World Record for Largest Wine Toast
Sunday afternoon at Charles Krug Winery in St. Helena, the Napa Valley set its first world record when a group of 487 people received Guinness certification for the largest single rolling wine toast, breaking the Chinese record of 321 set in 2011.
A Novel Approach to Wine Marketing
Jewell Towne Vineyards develops wine club alternative in the model of CSAs
Oregon wineries seeing "best ever" grape harvests with 2012 dry spell
Lasting fall sunshine and a record dry spell is making for a possible banner year for Oregon wineries as many local winemakers get ready to harvest grapes this week
In Oregon, a quest for wine identity pays off
One generation in, the wine growers in Oregon's Willamette Valley are a confident lot
Hispanics blaze trail as Washington winemakers
Hispanics long have been the backbone of the Washington wine industry
Vintage Michigan: Wineries celebrate 'the perfect year'
It's going to be a good year for Michigan wines.
Press Democrat Viticulture Briefs
Miller named director of wine at Jordan
Former Pennsylvania LCB chairman in ethics probe maintains he did no wrong
Although Stapleton's term was due to end in November, his departure comes as state ethics investigators examine allegations that he and two other top-ranking LCB officials accepted gifts and favors from agency vendors
LCB appointee expected to favor privatization
He replaces Patrick Stapleton, who left the board last Thursday after serving for 15 years. Mr. Stapleton is the subject of a state ethics investigation looking into whether he accepted inappropriate gifts while serving on the board
Business Operator Arraigned for Stealing $2.7 Million Worth of Wine
George Osumi, 64, of Newport Beach is charged with three felony counts of second-degree commercial burglary, one felony count each of grand theft, embezzlement by employee, and receiving stolen property, and one misdemeanor count for possession of burglary tools, with sentencing enhancements for aggravated white-collar crime over $500,000, property damage over $1.3 million, and crime-bail crime
UK: Nobles Crus wine fund valuations under spotlight
Valuations of fine wines by the Nobles Crus wine fund have been questioned by the Financial Times and by French website LeVif/L'Express
Gavin Chanin leaves Au Bon Climat for Price
Gavin Chanin, assistant winemaker at Santa Barbara wineries Au Bon Climat and Qupé for eight years, has left to launch a winery with Bill Price, whose Classic Wines portfolio includes Durell Vineyard and a share of Kistler.
Constellation Sales Rise 1% In First Half As Profits Slip On Promotion, Innovation Drives
Meanwhile, Constellation continues to benefit from the strong performance of beer unit Crown Imports
The 'Great Other' of white wines: The Chronicle recommends
Because domestic wine remains dominated by a few Goliath varieties, we sometimes struggle with what you might call the more esoteric roster of homegrown whites. But I'd argue that the Great White Other is more important - and impressive - than ever
China: Legend steps towards building wine empire
Legend Holdings, personal-computer giant Lenovo's parent company, bought 39 percent of WuLing Wine's stock and became the largest shareholder in June 2011. The latest share acquisition makes Legend Holdings full owner of Hunan WuLing Wine Co.
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