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Monday, October 20th

07/30/13

The association, also known as PRAAGS, hosted an informational meeting Monday at the Paso Robles Inn, where they encouraged a crowd of more than 300 people to speak with a unified voice

07/30/13

County planners have outlined a series of emergency steps county supervisors could take to minimize depletion of the Paso Robles groundwater basin.

07/30/13

A group of about 50 protesters angry at what they say is an environmentally damaging vineyard conversion project demonstrated in front of Paul Hobbs Winery in Sebastopol on Monday.

07/30/13

The purchase comes just seven months after Bulgheroni purchased 134 hectares of land, including 25ha of vines, from the owner of Fattoria dei Barbi for a reported 15 million euros ($19.9 million).

07/30/13

Former financial advisor bought 21 acres of prime Rutherford land in 1978.

07/30/13

Wine Enthusiasts Can Now Pour Wine Without Pulling the Cork

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Wine industry people on the move from July 23 to July 29

07/30/13

Over the past dozen years, AsiaMedia has worked with China's leading wine importer; set up wine programs for high-end restaurants in Shanghai and Beijing; and handled PR for visiting wineries and wine personalities.

07/30/13

Tesco shoppers will soon be able to watch video content on any wine in store by pointing their smartphone at the bottle.

07/30/13

Sonoma Wine Country Weekend Will "Fund the Future" through Multi-Year Childhood Literacy Campaign

07/30/13

Tequila - good tequila - is made entirely from the fruit of the blue agave, a succulent plant. But tequila is no longer the only agave spirit that's widely available.

07/30/13

Agriculture technology has flown under the investment radar for a long while; but no more. A new breed of investors have burst out of the gate - eyes on a technological prize.

07/30/13

Big money in land of grapes. The engine of agrriculture. Farm boy owns 1 million acres. Death by cow. Buckwild at La Tomatina. Honey bee theft on the rise. The pill - for deer? And more..

07/30/13

The European Commission has reached a preliminary agreement with Beijing over imports of Chinese solar panels, raising expectations from the wine industry of a solution to the anti-dumping investigation.

07/30/13

Strong winds and heavy rainfall over the weekend wreaked devastation across much of the Medoc with Pauillac being the worst affected commune.

07/30/13

Crown Cellars, the specialist wine and spirits division of Carlsberg UK, has released a range of wines known as the O&E, or the Open and Enjoy range.

07/30/13

The first showing outside Bordeaux of the Crus Bourgeois du Médoc 2011 Official Selection will take place in London on 19 September with a tasting and panel discussion.

07/30/13

Holistic farming advocate tells Napa Valley Graperowers sheep can trim vines.

07/30/13

A year after it went into effect, liquor privatization in Washington is working as advertised.

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As plans to enlarge the vineyards are drafted, conservationists are voicing concern.

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This will produce winners and losers among wine-growing regions, and for every region it will result in changes ...

07/30/13

Singaporean scientists use publicly banned durian for wine.