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03/27/13

State senate passes legislation to end government liquor store monopoly, but some wineries fear moving too quickly could create more problems

03/27/13

When most people get a bad bottle of wine, they send it back. When billionaire collector William Koch concluded the vintage wines he bought at auction were counterfeit, he made a federal case out of it

03/27/13

Zipz, an innovative new wine company, has developed and trademarked a new single-serve wine glass

03/27/13

"We are working with the CenturyLink Field Event Center to review security camera footage to discover what happened."

03/27/13

Champagne house Jacques Selosse was burgled last week with thieves making off with thousands of bottles.

03/27/13

A proposal to sell wine in refillable "growlers," much like brewpubs have been doing for years, continued its march through the Legislature

03/27/13

London fine wine merchant Bordeaux Index has opened an office in Los Angeles to target fine wine investors and drinkers in the US, as well as overseas interest in California's finest

03/27/13

Oregon's First Winery Building with International Design Pedigree Set to Elevate The Tasting Experience This Summer

03/27/13

The Indiana Senate passed legislation Tuesday on a 38-9 vote that advocates believe could lead to the creation of the state's own bourbon trail.

03/27/13

To even frame the conversation that way engages a point of view, because one of the knocks against wines made from organically grown grapes that ferment exclusively with their own yeasts and contain no additives, with little or no sulfur used, is that they all taste the same

03/27/13

Wine mixes well with humor in the life of Saturday Night Live alum and memoirist

03/27/13

Lange Twins Winery was among five businesses inducted into the International Green Industry Hall of Fame on March 13.

03/27/13

How NIMBY stupidity is stifling urban bars and restaurants-and blocking a major opportunity for small-business growth

03/27/13

Scientists and policymakers from around the world will gather March 20-22 at the University of California, Davis, to grapple with the threats of climate change for global agriculture and recommend science-based actions to slow its effects while meeting the worlds need for food, livelihood and sustainability

03/27/13

241,640 Jobs in California linked to strong beer industry

03/27/13

Monsanto and DuPont, which have bitterly battled for dominance in the seed business, have settled their major disputes with a broad patent-licensing deal