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10/17/12

Farmers union expert Thierry Coste said Wednesday that France's grape harvest is expected to slump by almost 20 percent compared to last year. Italy's grape crop showed a 7 percent drop - on top of a decline in 2011

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With most of the grapes now picked in Chablis, growers are broadly pleased with quality of the 2012 vintage although quantity is down by up to 40% in some villages.

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New details of arrest emerge as lawyers try to exclude evidence from "counterfeiting lab"

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The Senate Select Committee on Delta Stewardship and Sustainability held the hearing to unveil the list of projects supported by The Coalition to Support Near-Term Delta Projects.

10/17/12

Sonoma State University's Wine Business Institute is holding a seminar on wine trends on Oct. 26 from 1 to 5 p.m. Mike Colicchio of Nielsen, Barbara Insel, Deborah Parker Wong, Jim Gordon, Cyril Penn and Liza Zimmerman will present.

10/17/12

According to WinesVinesDATA, the state has four bonded wineries, only one of which produces significant amounts of wine from Wyoming-grown grapes.

10/17/12

His family once owned the Bordeaux second-growth, and he earned high praise as CEO

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FBI called in after body of Christopher Marks, owner of Sweeney Canyon Vineyard, was found on a beach

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Wines ranging from Italy to Oregon have come under scrutiny this week, as has an American version of Petit Manseng - a grape rarely found outside of France.

10/17/12

The area under vine in Australia has continued to fall in 2012, while there was a slight increase in production, according to figures released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) as part of the ABS Vineyards collection 2012.

10/17/12

A report commissioned by Barclays Bank has found that wine, if not always the top financial choice, is certainly the most sociable.

10/17/12

The Finger Lakes is one of the top 10 Travelers' Choice Wine Destinations in the United States, TripAdvisor announced Tuesday.

10/17/12

Award winners were determined based on their popularity as wine destinations, taking into account travelers' reviews and opinions for local wineries, restaurants, attractions and accommodations.

10/17/12

WFA president Tony D'Aloisio said an oversupply of grapes and wine was a contributing factor to the profitability issues the industry had faced in the past few years.

10/17/12

Lauren Hollenshead, clerk at the NH State Liquor Store Hooksett North holds a bottle of If You See Kay

10/17/12

Just as California grape growers and winemakers were getting used to the consequences of summers that seemed to be growing hotter and longer - earlier harvests, more sugar in the fruit, more alcohol in the wine - along came the vintage of 2010

10/17/12

NBWA's outgoing Chairman of the Board Steve Lytle reflected on industry changes in the past 75 years noting, "We've seen breweries, brands, retailers and families come and go. We've seen on-premise, grocery and c-store class of trade ebb and flow.

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From the outside, winemaking seems romantic

10/17/12

Geoffroy's discovery is the result of a temperature control experiment with the 1996 vintage of DP Oenothèque at Domaine Les Crayères in Reims

10/17/12

What happens once that vodka cranberry works its way through your bloodstream and hits the control center behind your eyes?

10/17/12

Coca-Cola Launching 'Beauty Drinks' In France