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08/19/13

Raising local literacy rates has become a central focus of the fundraising efforts of two local winery groups, the Sonoma County Vintners and the Sonoma Valley Vintners and Growers' Alliance.

08/19/13

A bevy of new wine clubs aim to make participation more entertaining than just receiving a few bottles in the mail-using personality quizzes, interactive videos and sports-tournament-like brackets to tease out preferences and teach members about wine in the process

08/19/13

Wasco-­Based Producer of Grafted Grapevine Rootstocks Joins Company's Wine Portfolio

08/19/13

Despite delays, 'employers need to begin addressing issues now.

08/19/13

Major varietals appear above-average in size

08/19/13

Southern Oregon no longer searching for 'signature varietal,' some say, but embracing cultivars that thrive in area's terroir.

08/19/13

At least as California Pinot Noir goes, consider 2011 the year of the great schism

08/19/13

Restaurant industry same-store sales remain positive, but weaker in July

08/19/13

Wine-list markups can be as much as five times a bottle's retail price. Lettie Teague's guide to five restaurants across the country with selections that are priced to pour, and pour again.

08/19/13

A new online wine auction firm is promising to outstrip the competition with faster service, better customer engagement and more exciting deals when it launches next month.

08/19/13

Boerl & Kroff, a relatively new brand vinified by Drappier from a choice 2.2-acre parcel in Urville, France, was recently introduced in Chicago

08/19/13

there's competition among boutique wineries - it's a tough battle.

08/19/13

A lawnmower hit some rocks and ignited a brush fire that destroyed a family vineyard in Polk County

08/19/13

When all is said and done, the establishment of a demonstration winery on the MeadowView property will end up costing the Model City more than $1.2 million

08/19/13

It's this same delicious potential that inspired AOL co-founder Steve Case and his wife Jean Case, CEO of The Case Foundation, to purchase Early Mountain Vineyards near Charlottesville, VA last year

08/19/13

It is a sad day when Andy Beckstoffer, a longtime figure in Napa Valley agriculture, would distort history and have us forget his own central role in the creation of the Winery Definition Ordinance ("Grapegrower challenges use of wine ordinance," Aug. 15).