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  Daily News for Tuesday, July 30th
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07/30/13
Paso vineyard owners, others rally to establish California Water District

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
Supervisors survey options for saving Paso Robles groundwater basin
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
Protesters demonstrate against Sebastopol winery
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
Argentine Billionaire Expands Montalcino Holdings
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
Wayne Hogue, Founder of Napa's Terraces Winery, Dies
Former financial advisor bought 21 acres of prime Rutherford land in 1978.
07/30/13
Supplier News: Coravin Launches Wine Access System
Wine Enthusiasts Can Now Pour Wine Without Pulling the Cork
07/30/13
People News Recap from 7/23 - 7/29
Wine industry people on the move from July 23 to July 29
07/30/13
Napa Valley Vintners Appoints AsiaMedia for China Representation
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 to take visual recognition technology to wine
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 Community Helps Kids Read to Succeed
Sonoma Wine Country Weekend Will "Fund the Future" through Multi-Year Childhood Literacy Campaign
07/30/13
Blanco Tequila: The Great Divide
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 waiting on Silicon Valley moment
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
10 agriculture stories you should read today, July 29
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
China solar panel agreement brings hope for EU wine resolution
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
Storms wreak havoc across the Medoc
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 announces the O&E wine range
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
UK focus for Cru Bourgeois 2011 selection
The first showing outside Bordeaux of the Crus Bourgeois du M├ędoc 2011 Official Selection will take place in London on 19 September with a tasting and panel discussion.
07/30/13
Keeping Sheep in Vineyards After Bud Break
Holistic farming advocate tells Napa Valley Graperowers sheep can trim vines.
07/30/13
Editorial: Washington liquor privatization a year later
A year after it went into effect, liquor privatization in Washington is working as advertised.
07/30/13
China's wine boom of little profit to giant pandas and small farmers
As plans to enlarge the vineyards are drafted, conservationists are voicing concern.
07/30/13
Sparkling Wines from Sussex? Climate Change Swirls Wine Production (Op-Ed)
This will produce winners and losers among wine-growing regions, and for every region it will result in changes ...
07/30/13
World's stinkiest fruit is turned into wine
Singaporean scientists use publicly banned durian for wine.
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