A bill filed by Democratic state Rep. Ted Speliotis (spel-ee-OH'-tis) and Republican House Minority Leader Bradley Jones would allow licensed out-of-state wine producers and distributors to ship to consumers
A groundbreaking vote in the House last week that approved a bill privatizing the state-run liquor system poses the greatest threat yet to the long-running experiment of a Pennsylvania governor who vowed to forever prohibit the "open saloon."
If you've ever had a glass of California chardonnay that was not from a box, you can give a toast of thanks to Jim Barrett. The 86-year-old vintner passed away last week, after an interesting and varied life that left a lasting legacy in American wine production
Forty years ago, the French concept of terroir, the idea that wines are an expression of the soil and the unique microclimate of their origin, was regarded in California wine circles as folklore. Today, the skeptics are in the minority