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  Daily News for Monday, November 26th
Opinion: Salmon still not receiving promised water
... in California, water equals money, and agricultural operations in the San Joaquin Valley have seized it for their own purposes
Foley purchases another Sonoma County vineyard
Foley Family Wines announced a deal Wednesday to acquire Ramal East Vineyard outside Sonoma, the latest in a flurry of vineyard deals on the North Coast as wine companies seek to secure their supply of grapes.
Coppola's transformation of Rubicon to Inglenook complete
Francis Ford Coppola is close to completing the restoration of California's Inglenook, after using the name to rebrand his Rubicon wine for the release of the 2009 vintage.
More farmers hand over harvests to machines
This may be the future of farming in an era of worsening labor scarcity.
Treasury banking on demand for top wines
THE wine sector is ready for turnaround after years of oversupply as global wine stocks are depleted and demand continues to surge for premium and luxury wines, Treasury Wine Estates told analysts yesterday.
End of wine glut is good news for TWE, bad news for drinkers
WINE imbibers of the world, commiserate! The decade-long wine glut that in some cases pushed the price for the vinous stuff lower than that for bottled water is coming to an end.
Wine Spin-off Could Decant Penfolds True Value
But analysts at Macquarie think the Penfolds brand risks stagnating if it remains trapped within Australia-listed Treasury Wine Estates .
Santa Rosa Press Democrat: Viticulture Briefs
Dollars and $ense seminar coming Jan. 17 -- Mendocino wineries sign up for launch -- Donum acquires Russian River vineyard
Oregon wine country busy on Thanksgiving weekend
The Thanksgiving holiday weekend brings out large numbers of tasters and tourists to many local wineries, making for one of the busiest times of the year.
Longoria pinot noir makes 'top cellar' list
Wine Enthusiast magazine just released its critics' "Top 100 Cellar Selection Wines of 2012," and the sole Santa Barbara County wine to make the list is a pinot noir from Longoria Wines.
MD/DE: Alcohol tax drives customers across state lines
Sales dipped at Wicomico County liquor stores after Maryland's sales tax on alcohol spiked by a whopping 50 percent, to 9 percent from 6 percent.
The Australian wine explosion (Part I)
The arrival of the range of beautifully crafted Australian wine which made its debut on the world stage with a resounding crash about 40 years ago was not an overnight phenomenon.
The Australian Wine Explosion (Part 2)
The making of a well-known brand, especially one which has become of great national significance, involves the coming together of several pieces of the jigsaw puzzle at the right time. Len Evans is one of those master jigsaw puzzle experts who saw the whole picture before he had even unpacked the pieces from the box.
PR: The Terlato Wine Group Selects Vistaar to Manage Distributor Pricing
Leading luxury wine company the latest addition to Vistaar's significant portfolio of high-profile companies in the beverage alcohol industry
PR: Rabobank Report: A New Wine Frontier
With maturing or declining sales in many traditional markets, wine companies across the globe are increasingly searching for new growth markets.
Supreme Court considers whether to hear grape, raisin cases
California Table Grape Commission The U.S. Supreme Court is considering whether to hear a case regarding grape patents held by the California Table Grape Commission.
PA: Hoping to buy wine online? Think again
The nation's largest online retailer,, is getting into the wine business hoping to put millions of Web shoppers keystrokes away from the wines they want.
Tree lighting at Mondavi Winery
The Robert Mondavi Winery in Oakville rings in the holiday season with its annual tree lighting celebration and holiday party, which includes horse and buggy rides through the To Kalon vineyard, hot apple cider, carolers, Italian cookies, cheese, charcuterie and a visit from Santa Claus.
Transport company sued over $2M wine shipment
Insurer says bottles from Searle family collection damaged in transit
Burgundy Fans Have Reasons to Worry
Is it time for Burgundy lovers to panic? Are the prices of these most exquisite and expressive wines about to spiral into the stratosphere, propelled by a burgeoning generation of Burgundy fans from China? In short, is Burgundy about to go the way of Bordeaux?
Cheers! Canadian wine consumption on the rise
Canadians are increasingly reaching for a glass of Beaujolais instead of beer and they're also drinking more domestic wines, says a new study on Canadian drinking habits.
WA: Vashon Island winery makes some of state's best reds
For someone who has enjoyed tremendous success as one of America's top winemakers, Chris Camarda's proudest moment as owner of Andrew Will is surprisingly simple.
Wine pairings for the post-apocalypse: What to drink with rats, dog food, and more
Let's say that in your post-apocalyptic wanderings, you stumble across a home or restaurant with a particularly sturdy-and well stocked-wine cellar. Suddenly you have a plethora of varietals at your fingertips, but your daily diet still consists of SPAM, small rodents, and MREs. How do you know which wines will best bring out the flavor of your post-apocalyptic cuisine?
Expo speakers to cover viticulture, marketing, production, direct sales
The four expo conference sessions will have three speakers each and run from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The expo is being held at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds.
Sonoma County's olive harvest under way
Trading their hooked grape-harvest knives for long wooden sticks, workers in recent weeks have been coaxing the county's 600 acres of olive trees to release what growers say is shaping up to be a bumper crop of flavorful fruit.
Applications Now Being Accepted for the Taub Family Vinitaly Italian Wine Scholarship
To promote the continued growth and development of Italian fine wine in the U.S. on-premise sector, VeronaFiere is pleased to offer the Taub Family Vinitaly Italian Wine Scholarship.
Craft + Estate to Import Chapoutier's Domaine Tournon
Craft + Estate, the national import operation for Virginia-based The Vintner Group, today announces an agreement to exclusively represent Michel Chapoutier's Australian project Domaine Tournon in the United States.
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