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  Daily News for Friday, July 26th
Wine Access System Transforms How Wine is Served, Sold, and Enjoyed
Put it on the bottle, push the needle through the cork, tip the bottle, push a lever to inject gas, and the wine comes out
Chateau Latour's Francois Pinault buys Araujo Estate in Napa
This takes the number of wine properties now owned by the French billionaire and his son Francois-Henri to four
Napa: Judge hears arguments on Wappo recognition
a federal judge peppered the tribe's attorney with tough questions about its legal standing and whether it had waited too long to sue for tribal recognition
PA Wine Shipments Bill Still Wrapped Up In Privatization Debate
"We'll see how discussions progress on privatization."
Ontario won't loosen up wine-importing laws any time soon: Wynne
So far, only B.C. and Manitoba allow buyers to direct-order wine, with Nova Scotia also pursuing changes
IRI Names Richard Hurst Practice Leader of Beer, Wine, Spirits and Tobacco Business
Prior to joining IRI, Hurst spent several years as an independent consultant to beverage alcohol clients, most recently with Moet Hennessy USA
David Edward Sinegal buys historic Inglewood Estate (not Inglenook) in St. Helena
It looks like individual and "lifestyle" buyers may be creeping back into the wine business after recent years when most sales and acquisitions in the wine business were made by established wine companies adding acreage to ensure future supply of grapes.
Vintners offer course on counterfeit protection
The Napa Valley Vintners and Wines & Vines are hosting a seminar on Aug. 14 to help winemakers and wine marketers understand the potential for wine counterfeiting in export markets, and to learn about available technology to protect against this threat. The seminar is open to NVV members…
Marc Mondavi applies a special talent to vineyards
After quietly practicing a special skill for 40 years, Marc Mondavi has finally made it public. In addition to being a well-known vintner, he is a water witch (also known as a dowser or water diviner).
Do Aussie Wines Age Well?
First, let's stipulate that the vast majority of most wines are meant to be consumed in their youth, and that's certainly true of Australia's most popular bottlings
Catching Vinho Verde's Refreshing Wave
Vinho Verde is the ultimate hot-weather wine. But it's no pushover
Is There a Boom, Bust Cycle in Wine?
Silver Oak Cellars CEO David Duncan discusses the U.S. Wine industry with Sara Eisen on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers."
Calaveras Vineyards Reflect Diversity
Tour highlights production challenges, quality improvement
Less Champagne to be produced this year
Champagne is downscaling its production this year amidst concern over current sales figures. According to a recent decision by the Champagne marketing board CIVC, maximum yields will be dropped to take into account the shortfall in shipments.
First director of Washington wine industry embracing foundation work
The Washington Wine Industry Foundation was created in 2001 to help develop scholarships, educational events, outreach and research to support the Washington wine grape industry
Politician Chases Aid For Storm-Hit Burgundians
The senator for Burgundy's Côte d'Or region is calling on the French government to come to the aid of local wine growers affected by Tuesday's devastating storms
Araujo Estate Wines Acquired by Artémis Group, Owners of Château Latour (Press Release)
Araujo Estate Wines, producer of distinctive wines from the iconic Eisele Vineyard in Napa Valley, has been acquired by France's Pinault family through its holding the Artémis Group, parent company of Château Latour in Bordeaux, Domaine d'Eugénie in Burgundy and Château Grillet in the Rhône Valley.
Storms wreak havoc in Burgundy
Authorities and local industry representatives have been assessing the damage since Tuesday
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