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Wednesday, July 23rd

03/20/13

WiVi Central Coast, a newly expanded trade show and symposium, opened its doors for the first time yesterday morning. More than 130 vendors, 41 speakers and over 600 attendees filed into the Paso Robles Event Center for the first day of the two-day show.

03/20/13

Inaugural WiVi conference opens with debate about consumer awareness of region's wines

03/20/13

The Local Wine School is to take its franchise wine education model to the United States after building up a network across the UK

03/20/13

Recommended changes could prolong the final House vote scheduled for Thursday.

03/20/13

The Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America (WSWA) will honor two widely-respected beverage alcohol industry veterans during ceremonies at its April convention

03/20/13

California's $20 billion wine industry needs to work harder to entice young consumers who resist conventional marketing, said William Price, a co-founder of buyout firm TPG Capital and chairman of Vincraft Group

03/20/13

At the end of February, the 22-year-old Napa/Sonoma and founding chapter of "Women for WineSense" announced its new initiatives for 2013 at "Bubbles, Brix and Buzz II" held at Gloria Ferrer Caves and Vineyards

03/20/13

Katie Leonardini is director of retail sales at Whitehall Lane Winery and Vineyards. The winery was established in 1979, and her family bought it in 1993

03/20/13

Berry Bros and Rudd has announced it is the first major UK retailer to give Chinese wines a permanent place on its shelves

03/20/13

Researchers serve bubbly to lab rats and see improved memory; two studies look for links between alcohol and cancer

03/20/13

Too much about wine is yesterday

03/20/13

If the price of corn falls - and many forecasters predict it will, particularly if the ethanol boom wanes - the price of U.S. farmland will fall with it.

03/20/13

Craft brewers, two feuding beer wholesaler groups, beer-loving consumer advocates and representatives of some of the largest brewing conglomerates in the world hammered out a deal that had little to do with grains, hops, water and yeast. This was about money