Mr. Galloni, 42, said his new website, antoniogalloni.com, would be aimed at younger wine consumers, using new technologies and different forms of media than The Wine Advocate, which, though it has a solid web presence, still retains the flavor of print media.
Now in its seventh year, the Vintners Hall of Fame at the Culinary Institute of America's Greystone campus in St. Helena, has done a fine job of recognizing the accomplishments of many individuals who have significantly contributed to the California wine industry, 40 to date.
A petitioned-for AVA will be removed from this list once a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) publishes in the Federal Register, and a rulemaking docket containing a copy of the petition and the NPRM will be available for public viewing and comment.
Spirit prices have rebounded sharply after the Christmas sales, with whisky and vodka showing a double-digit hike in January, according to the latest Consumer Price Index released by the Office for National Statistics.
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During the week, eight of the restaurant group's iconic locations will offer a variety of exceptional wines carefully selected by Stuart Roy, national director of wine & spirits, to complement the Smith & Wollensky menu.
After two years of public debate in Pennsylvania over liquor privatization, public opinion is shifting in favor of the current state store system said the Independent State Store Union, the union that represents 720 state store managers.
Commissioner Bob Elliott has proposed changing the city's current ordinance, which prohibits the sale of any alcoholic beverages on Sundays. He said the city has a good shot at getting a chain grocery store, but not if that ordinance isn't changed.
The federal government designated 4,800 square miles of southern Indiana grape growing terrain -- known as the Uplands Wine Trail -- as an American Viticultural Area, a designation given to some of the world's greatest wine growing regions.
Some lawmakers contend there is a struggle with alcohol on the Nez Perce Reservation that gives them reason enough to block the tribe from getting a liquor license for its new $16 million convention center and hotel.
f yields returned to trend, crop production would reach record levels and cause a drop in inventories. "This would lead to higher net farm income since this measure goes beyond cash income to include the value of inventory change and other noncash items."
Lodi resident Ken Sasaki has been working in agriculture for most of his life. After a partnership with his father working in their vineyards and cherry orchards, he moved into sales in the nursing business.
While NPD recently found that beverage-only traffic rose for the 12 months ended this past June, Technomic also recently reported that specialty drinks, both alcoholic and nonalcoholic, held much of the potential for further growth.
The addition of water will also mean the bourbon will contain almost 7 percent less alcohol, making it an 84-proof whiskey instead of the 90 proof it's been bottled at since the distillery began selling its bourbon in 1959.
We knew this would happen, didn't we? In December, when Robert M. Parker Jr., the influential wine critic, announced that he was stepping down as editor-in-chief of the Wine Advocate and that he had taken on three investors, and named not Antonio Galloni, but Lisa Perrotti-Brown, as the new editor, it seemed inevitable that Galloni, who was widely seen as Parker's successor, would leave.