Russian River Valley Winegrowers, an educational and marketing association of grape growers, wineries, and commercial members associated with the Russian River Valley announced their board election results for 2013.
Wine Australia, a government agency responsible for providing strategic support to the wine industry, is to conduct a new research project on the UK online wine market to create opportunities for Australian wine producers to expand business in the UK.
The Wine & Spirit Trade Association (WSTA), a UK-based organization representing over 340 companies producing, importing, transporting and selling wines and spirits, has supported the Tax Payers' Alliance (TPA) demand to end the alcohol tax rises on the British pub.
When Anelare launched six years ago in the heart of Washington wine country, owners Kahryn and Forrest Alexander and Jim and Cindy Campbell envisioned a winery that would sell all of its releases directly to wine club members.
The Charleston Wine and Food Festival, a four-day event that begins Thursday and is expected to attract some of the country's top culinary talent-more than 24,000 foodies and wine enthusiasts to the Holy City- was originally organized from a single room in director Angel Postell's house.
SLYCE Commerce, an innovation in visual based purchasing, designed to help wine brands sell more products, in more places, more rapidly, is due for its North American launch at the International Wine Congress in Vancouver, BC, February 26-28, 2013.
Woolworths Ltd is circling a collapsed Barossa Valley winery in a move expected to anger local groups who fear of the supermarket giant's growing market power, according to The Australian Financial Review.
Treasury Wine Estate, Qualia Wines and Orlando Wines will pay growers about $25 to $35 per tonne more for shiraz grapes. Chief executive of Murray Valley Winegrowers, Mark Mackenzie, says it could generate up to $1.5 million for growers in the region.
Executives of Sonoma County businesses are more confident about the current and near-term future prospects for the local economy than 2006, when the local economy started slowing, and are even more positive about their own industries, according to report released today.
Some farmers on the west side of the Central Valley might be growing more dust than crops this year as the federal Central Valley Project slashes water deliveries to agricultural customers south of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.