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  Daily News for Friday, February 22nd
Napa wine label printers combine to form North Bay's second-largest

"All of us at BFP&L are extremely pleased to join Tapp Label Technologies because of our like-minded commitment to our customers' success and how we approach serving the wine & spirits marketplace."

Vineyard Location Key Factor of Pinot Leaf Curl
Disease one of several issues discussed at Sonoma County Grape Day Event
Award-Winning Kansas City Restaurant Destroyed in Explosion
Popular Missouri spot JJ's has long held a Wine Spectator award for its extensive wine list
EWBC - Digital Wine Communications Conference 2013 To Be Held In Rioja, Spain
PR: The sixth annual EWBC Digital Wine Communications Conference will be held in Logroño (Spain) on October 25-27, 2013
Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America Announces New Communications Team
Hill Veteran Solsby and Digital Pro Durkin Launch Revamped Communications & Public Affairs Dep't.
Mutineer Magazine Rallies Beverage Industry To Address Millennial Unemployment
Mutineer Announces Release of Print Guide "Drink Careers 101: How to Get a Job in the Beverage Industry"
Jaime Araujo Appointed Vice President of International Markets at Araujo Estate Wines
"Jaime's knowledge of winemaking and wine marketing, her global professional experience and her personal connection to the winery combine to make her the ideal person to fill this vital role."
National Fight Over Retailer Wine-Shipping Resurfaces in Nebraska
Are new measures to restrict online wine sales a sign of more struggles to come?
New Releases: Reuling Vineyard
Reuling Vineyard, a long time vineyard source for Aubert Wines and Peter Michael Winery, launches eponymous label
Temecula Valley Winegrowers Association Announces 2013 Board of Directors
The Temecula Valley Winegrowers Association, a nonprofit regional organization representing 35 wineries and 60-plus winegrowers in the Temecula Valley AVA, recently announced their 2013 board lineup.
Matt Dumayne Joins Okanagan Crush Pad as Associate Winemaker
Christine Coletta and Steve Lornie, owners of Summerland's Okanagan Crush Pad (OCP), British Columbia's premier custom-crush winery facility, announce that Matt Dumayne has joined the team as associate winemaker, effective immediately.
U.S. wine exports hit record, China sales up 18%
Foreigners are still loving on American wine, especially if it's from California, pushing U.S. vino exports to a record $1.4 billion in 2012.
Pet food charity earns spot on wine label
The good work of Daffy's captured the attention of Barefoot Wine. Daffy's, one of seven nonprofits across the country being celebrated by the winemaker, graces the label of the winemaker's new Impression Red Blend wine label.
Nelson Mandela's family launches wine venture at SoBe Wine & Food Festival
House of Mandela has a two-tier line. The Royal Reserve collection includes Fairview shiraz, Hartenberg cabernet sauvignon, Thelema chardonnay plus nonvintage and vintage sparkling wines made by Villiera.
Dude, Where's My Appellation?
Plus, a new study indicates couples that drink together stay together, Texas gets a luxury car-and-wine dealership, and Wine Spectator's Harvey Steiman is named honorary chair of the 2013 Auction of Washington Wines
Greenhouse Tavern Uncorks Green Wine on Tap
The James Beard-nominated chef Jonathon Sawyer continues to push the envelope at his flagship restaurant The Greenhouse Tavern. His latest gambit: a wine-on-draft system. Filled through the Gotham Project, the draft wine system is just one more way the Greenhouse is staying "green."
Governor McDonnell Announces Barboursville Vineyards Awarded 2013 Governor's Cup
Sales of Virginia wine reached a record high in 2012 with more than 5.8 million bottles sold; Industry employed more than 4,700 in 2012 and contributed almost $750 million to the Virginia economy
Masters of Wine gather to teach, learn, taste in Yountville
That was the case in late January when the Institute of Masters of Wine, based in London, held their annual North American educational seminar in Yountville.
California reaches out for more Chinese tourists
Those in the vast California tourism industry may be calling upon Google or other online services to translate to or from Chinese if new marketing efforts pay off.
Kim Crawford produces 'lighter wine'
"The lighter wines don't compromise on flavour"
UK: BBR hit by fraudster
A man calling himself Sam Cocks has been passing himself off as an employee of London firm Berry Bros & Rudd and scamming the merchant's suppliers out of hundreds of thousands of euros worth of stock.
Pesticides: small-scale study contains wide-ranging implications
Over the last few decades, public awareness over the hazards of exposure to pesticides has increased considerably. However, new research published by French environmental organisation 'Générations Futures' shows that there is still a chasm between public objectives and the reality out in the field
Rosé's popularity shows no sign of waning
Over the last couple of decades, the popularity of rosé wines has soared to unforeseen heights and growth looks set to continue. Global production of rosé increased by 8 percent in nine years, totalling 23.8 million hectolitres in 2011 compared with 22.1 mhl in just 2002. It now accounts for a significant 9 percent of total still wine production worldwide
Japan: Future growth to be driven by entry-level wines
Contrary to all expectations following the tragic events of 2011, the Japanese have not stopped drinking wine. In fact, according to the latest figures released by the IWSR this week in Tokyo, wine consumption in Japan surged by 20.21 percent between 2007 and 2011 to 30.64 million 9-litre cases, equivalent to 367.68 million bottles.
Australia: Drayton's Family Wines facing charges over deaths
Drayton's, founded in 1853, faces criminal proceedings over death of family winemaker and co-worker.
Napa: Exceptional lots offered at Blue Oak School auction
Saturday's March 2 event will be an "Oscar-style" red carpet award party
Here's How Obama's Path To Citizenship Would Actually Work
Given that the details of legalization are one of the most contentious issues in the process, it's worth taking a look at what they came up with
59% of the 'Tuna' Americans Eat Is Not Tuna
If you've ever wondered why the sushi in the display case is so affordable, given the dire state of the world's tuna supply, well, now you know.
PR: Sterling Vineyards Is Exclusive Wine Of The Oscars?
Winemaker Alison Crary is thrilled at this "best supporting beverage" opportunity
Food delivery service wants to change law for Oregon wine
to better serve customers seeking to pair Oregon wine with the dinners they order
9 out of 10 French Wines Contain Pesticides
as Chatonnet pointed out to Decanter, "we should not forget that it is not the consumers who are most impacted by this, it is the vineyard workers who are applying the treatments."
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