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  Daily News for Friday, June 14th
Wines Sales and Jobs Continue Strong Growth
All industry metrics remain positive through May, flash offers down
Chris Fehrnstrom of Constellation Brands, Inc. Elected 2013-2014 Wine Institute Board Chairman
"We will continue supporting Wine Institute's work with policymakers and regulators in communicating our industry's significant contributions to the economic vitality of California and U.S., and keep our members informed of the changing regulatory landscape."
Jordan Estate Now Open to the Public Through Unprecedented Farm-to-Table Visitor Experience
Guests to sample Jordan wines, olive oil and chef's cuisine at remote locations, paired with breathtaking views of vineyards, mountains, lakes, gardens and more.
Growers rest case on second day of grape patent trial
They contend patents for Scarlet Royal and Autumn King grapes should be rescinded because the grapes were in the public domain for more than a year at the point USDA requested patents in 2004.
Lawsuit set to halt Delta Plan, governor's water export tunnels
A statewide group of fishing, environmental and farming groups says it plans to sue to stop the Delta Plan, which lays the groundwork for Gov. Jerry Brown's twin tunnels to shunt Sacramento River water away from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
Charlie Trotter sued over alleged 'phony' wine sold for $46K
A wine appraisal and management firm in San Francisco concluded that the bottle was indeed fake and, therefore, worthless.
Friends with benefits: Food, wine and Aspen
Christina Grdovic was recognized at Friday's Aspen Chamber Resort Association luncheon for her 16 years of contributions to the festival, and for her promotion in April to vice president of Food & Wine magazine.
Aspen Food & Wine tips from an insider
They call this the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, but personally I like to reverse that and begin with the wines. So, today, my agenda begins with the wine seminars and then turns to the myriad bottles in the Grand Tasting Tent.
Domaine Chandon celebrates 40 years
Domaine Chandon will release its 40th anniversary cuvée at the winery on Bastille Day, Sunday, July 14.
Interview, Part 1: Bill Foley Sees U.S. Growth Heating Up
Our U.S. business started out very strong in January and into the middle of February. Then it bounced around in late February, March and into April. May turned out to be the record shipment month in the history of our company
Supplier News: Velcorin® microbial control agent approved in Canada
"With the addition of Canada to our regulatory portfolio, LANXESS is able to offer uninterrupted service to North American customers throughout the entire market and thereby closes an important registration gap for Canadian as well as U.S. based beverage corporations."
DTC Forum at Sonoma State
Richard Kline, Founder and CEO of eWinery Solutions, Ahin Thomas, President of Vintners' Alliance and Dr. Steven Cuellar of Sonoma State's School of Business and Economics will be presenting and discussing the latest in strategies, processes and tools for building a successful wine club as part of a larger strategy of maximizing Direct to Consumer sales.
Where fine wine rules: How restaurants at the high end build a list
A few restaurants stock as many as 30,000 bottles with some going for $10,000.
Marin one of the coolest appellations
Most of the vineyards in West Marin enjoy a steady coolness through the spring and summer, when the fog-enshrouded grapes are able to ripen slowly with just the right minimum amount of light and heat.
Sacramento-area wineries triumph at State Fair Wine Competition
Judges awarded gold medals to 218 wines, while 977 wines scored silver and 652 nabbed bronze - a total of 1,847 medals. Judging was held over two and a half days last week at Cal Expo
Conn Creek Winery unveils new tasting room
Continuing its 40th anniversary celebration, Conn Creek Winery will unveil its newly remodeled tasting room at a sold-out event.
Napa: Small wineries warn about county lawsuits' 'chilling effect'
After Napa County filed lawsuits against three wineries earlier this year alleging they weren't complying with their use permits ...
Partners In Wine
Long-distance relationships are notoriously tough, and business partnerships are no exception to that rule. This week's profile features a dynamic duo that is making it work, for the love of wine and social good.
Moët overcomes 2012 challenges
Moët & Chandon will be producing a 2012 vintage but not a 2011 or 2010 said chef de cave Benoît Gouez
Ron Burkle Said in Talks to Buy Tesco's Fresh & Easy
Burkle would use the stores to relaunch the Wild Oats brand.
2013 'a vintage to remember' say New Zealand winemakers
Winemakers in New Zealand are hailing the 2013 vintage as 'one of the best in history', with a record harvest 28% bigger than last year's crop.
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