The Food and Drug Administration said on Monday that it was investigating reports of five deaths that may be associated with Monster Beverage Corp's namesake energy drink, and the company's shares fell more than 14 percent
Schneider Packaging Equipment Co., Inc., specializing in end-of-line solutions for case packing and palletizing needs, will exhibit its newest robotic palletizer, the E3 ROBOX at Pack Expo 2012 in Chicago, from Oct. 28 to Oct. 31.
Treasury Wine Estates Ltd , the world's second-largest wine company, warned on Monday its first-half earnings would slide 20 percent, as poor weather and higher corporate costs dragged, pushing its shares down 8 percent.
According to The Australian Financial Review, vineyard prices have fallen by 30 percent to 50 percent in the past few years, and while there had been more buyers in the market following good returns, conditions were difficult.
Catena was recognized for his work in helping to build Argentina's wine industry into a global force, by developing Malbec as the country's iconic grape and elevating Argentina to a position among the world's most modern wine-producing regions.
Predictions of a rosy outlook for the wine industry may be premature, but there are reasons to be cautiously optimistic, Winemakers Federation of Australia president Tony D'Aloisio will tell the peak body's annual conference in Melbourne.
Visitors to Steenberg winery in Cape Town's Constantia Valley can enhance their wine-tasting experience with the use of a new app; the first winery-dedicated app to launch in South Africa, and a revolutionary concept in the country.
By amending the 1928 Importation of Intoxicating Liquors Act to decriminalize direct-to-home inter-provincial wine sales, the federal government opened the door to shipments from domestic wineries to consumers anywhere in Canada. However, some provinces and their Crown liquor monopolies seem unwilling to embrace the spirit of Bill C-311.
The Cabernet-based red blend, made with grapes hailing from the Italian region of Lazio, has provoked concern from some executive councilors in New Hampshire, who aren't happy with the State Liquor's Commission's decision to allow the bottles to be sold in stores.