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  Daily News for Friday, August 9th
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08/09/13
Bordeaux's wine-makers count cost of devastating hailstorm
Vineyards in Côte de Beaune area have lost an estimated four million bottles, leaving many uninsured wine-makers in despair.
08/09/13
Constellation has plenty to toast
Beverage firm sees stunning rise with beer deal
08/09/13
Hail hits southern Alsace vineyards
Hailstorms continue to batter French vineyards, this time in the heart of Alsatian wine country, with up to 60% damages reported in parts of Southern Alsace.
08/09/13
Call for Wine, a WineDirect Company, Opens Second Location in Napa (Press Release)
Provides winery customers easier and better access to their customer relationship managers
08/09/13
Sonoma's Wine and Culinary Leaders Honored by Sonoma Wine Country Weekend (Press Release)
Sonoma Harvest Wine Auction Showcases Contributions While Raising Funds for Charity
08/09/13
Oregon receives wine consumer group's top ranking - State named one of six 'wine friendliest' in U.S. (Press Release)
Among the criteria considered in the evaluation were access to products, government control, blue laws, winery-to-consumer shipping, retail-to-consumer shipping, government control of wine sales, Sunday sales of wine, BYO/corkage in restaurants and wine sold in grocery stores.
08/09/13
OSU receives $1.2 million to expand fermentation science program
Demonstrating broad bipartisan support, the legislation was sponsored by 41 Oregon lawmakers.
08/09/13
Washington winemakers remember Walter Clore 10 years after death
It has been 10 years since "the father of Washington wine" passed away, and colleagues and friends of Walter Clore say he would be pleased with what has happened in the Washington wine industry in the past decade.
08/09/13
Pancho Campo hosts European food and wine show
Spanish wine events organiser Pancho Campo, who was behind the Wine Future series of conferences, has been signed up by Talk Radio Europe FM to present a weekly food and wine show.
08/09/13
Palm Desert woman promotes Idaho wines
Mary Hurja, founder of Grow Local USA, is working to promote the Idaho wine industry in a variety of ways, including the inaugural Idaho Food & Wine Festival. It is scheduled for Aug. 24-25 at The Waterfront in Boise.
08/09/13
Redstone Meadery Announces Availability Of Its Nectar Line Of Mead In Cans
Boulder, Colorado-based meadery among first in nation to offer commercially available canned mead
08/09/13
Ontario Grape Prices Steady for 2013
As the two-year price agreement ends, what does the future hold?
08/09/13
Bless the bats of agriculture
Bat appetites for insect destruction translate to about $3.7 billion worth of pest control in North America each year, and that estimate is probably on the low end.
08/09/13
WA: Statewide Viticulture Field Day set Aug. 16
Offered by the Washington State Grape Society and the WSU Viticulture and Enology Program, the field day is open to all who are interested in viticulture and will cover topics ranging from nutrient and water management in vineyards to a sneak peek on grape fungicide efficacy trials.
08/09/13
Blends wine group adds third Tuscan wine estate to growing portfolio
The fast-growing Blends wine group has bought Montalcino estate Podere Brizio - its third Tuscan wine acquisition in less than a year.
08/09/13
IMW shows off new logo
The Institute of Masters of Wine has unveiled a new logo, designed to provide a simpler, more digital-friendly alternative to its existing coat of arms.
08/09/13
Top 10 wines in the US press
Will Lyons recommends a sparkler with "finesse and elegance", while Laurie Daniel reveals "one of the best domestic rosés" he's tasted this year.
08/09/13
MN: Tapping into wine kegs
Perlick Corp. has begun selling equipment that dispenses wine from a keg by pulling a tap - something common for beer but rarely used for wine.
08/09/13
Bordeaux white wine 'main victim' of hailstorm
A hailstorm that devastated a wide swath of the Bordeaux winegrowing region last weekend will affect dry white wine output and have a marked knock-on effect on price and availability, according to the local Wine Professionals Council.
08/09/13
Global Wine Industry Is Expected to Reach USD 327.8 Billion in 2016: ResearchMoz.us
ResearchMoz.us include new market research report "Global Wine Industry Almanac: Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast Research Reports" to its huge collection of research reports.
08/09/13
Local winery first in Pa. to add brewery
The Vineyard at Hershey has grown faster than its partners ever could have imagined. This weekend, they'll unveil the latest addition to their group -- just after building a brand new tasting room with outdoor deck, then adding an even larger patio -- a fully operational brewery.
08/09/13
From Sicily, Reds Worth the Hunt, Eric Asimov
The transformation of the world of wine in the last 20 years has been simply astounding. Consumers have been blessed with a profusion of wonderful wines from sources that few would have predicted as recently as the turn of the century. Case in point: Sicily
08/09/13
Carneros Brewing Company Hosting Grand Opening Featuring Delicious Craft Beers in Wine Country (Press Release)
Carneros Brewing Company, a microbrewery specializing in craft beers, will host its grand opening Wednesday, August 14, 2013, from 5:00pm - 8:00pm, at 22985 Burndale Road, Sonoma, CA 95476. The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony starts at 5:30pm, followed by tasty tacos paired with artisanal beers.
08/09/13
Grape harvest looms across the Pacific Northwest
It has been an interesting half-decade for Northwest grape growers and winemakers, and it looks at this point as if Mother Nature will not be creating too many headaches for them this fall.
08/09/13
Growing Number Of Restaurants Banning Children During Peak Hours
Some Parents Say It's Not A Bad Idea, But Experts Say It's Walking A Fine Line
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