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  Daily News for Monday, September 9th
Caymus owner approved for large Solano winery
5M-gallon facility to be built in 2014
Time Inc. buys Food & Wine, other Amex-owned titles
Parent Time Warner is planning to spin off the Time Inc. publishing unit as a separately traded public company early next year.
Trefethen sues Hill Wine for nonpayment
Jeff Hill of Hills Wine Co. said he had not heard about the complaint. "We paid them," Hill said before referring questions to his attorney, Bruce Miroglio.
Fear of stealth casino plan stalks California wine country
Opponents say by trying to invoke an obscure conveyance method involving the federal government tipped hand about real motive - building yet another casino.
Potentially Great Harvest in Temecula
Southern California wine region's vineyards may be picked by end of September.
Practical Winery and Vineyard: Deductibility of Soil Amendments
It is pertinent for taxpayers to understand exactly how to account for these expenses on their tax returns.
Troublemaker Wine Bus to Hit the Road for West Coast Tour
Troublemaker, the red wine blend that has become Paso Robles-based Hope Family Wines' fastest growing brand, has inspired what all trouble-hunting winemakers desire to do: road trip.
Dave Powell leaves Torbreck Vintners
Barossa Valley winemaker Dave Powell has left Torbreck Vintners, the winery he founded in the 1990s, after his contract was not renewed.
Hail-struck Bordeaux winemakers to top up with bulk AOC wine
Bordeaux winemakers who lost vines to violent hail storms over the summer will be allowed to buy bulk AOC wine to boost volumes.
Grand Hotel de Bordeaux offers harvest tours
Grand Hotel de Bordeaux is to offer packages to its guests that will let them see behind the scenes of châteaux at harvest time.
Aristocratic cellar comes up for sale
Sotheby's is to offer the cellar of the dowager viscountess Rothermere at its London sale in two weeks.
NZ Sauvignon losing ground to Chile
New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc is losing ground to Chile and South Africa in the UK, according to a new report by Bibendum.
IMW names eight new Masters of Wine
The Institute of Masters of Wine has named eight new Masters of Wine, including the first member to come from Turkey.
Scotch exports grow in value and volume
Exports of Scotch whisky grew in the first six months of 2013, according to new figures released by the Scotch Whisky Association.
Are Young Women Who Drink More Likely to Develop Breast Cancer?
New study identifies critical time period for lifetime cancer risk, but does not examine specific effects of wine
A Contentious Pairing: Champagne and Apple
Plus, the Rhône's Hermitage Hill earns protected status, and wine industry vet Mike Lynch releases his first album
Pichet Group acquires Chateau Haut Nouchet for €11m
Located in the Pessac-Leognan region at 3-way Tower, 33650, Martillac in France, the Chateau Haut Nouchet has 27 hectares of red vines and seven hectare of white vines.
Grant Reynolds on the Hospitality Side of Wine Service
Being a hospitable sommelier trumps any amount of knowledge about a specific wine, vintage, whatever that someone may be able to recall.
Wine industry looks to target Hispanics
New numbers show wine consumption among Latinos remains low. Researchers say wineries could sell an extra $50-million cases of wine in the next 20 years, if consumption among Hispanics goes up to match the overall national rate.
The Other Bordeaux Lies Closer to Home
Once lauded for its whites and rosés, Long Island's North Fork delivers some very good reds.
Press Democrat Viticulture Briefs
Viticulture manager Tom Gore has been named the 2013 Outstanding Young Person in Agribusiness by the Sonoma County Harvest Fair.
When more is less, By Jancis Robinson
'In inexperienced markets there is wide and misplaced belief in a correlation between price and quality.'
R.I. to eliminate sales tax on wine and liquor
The state will raise the excise tax on alcohol, affecting wholesalers and liquor store owners
Raising a glass to New Jersey wines
"Now there are more than 40 licensed wineries, and there are more that are planning to open."
Design of Carneros pipeline under way
Work is progressing to build a recycled water pipeline from the east side of the Napa River to the Carneros area on the west side, serving a St. Regis resort project at Stanly Ranch and area property owners.
Giving Lodi an identity in the bottle
there have been quiet signs of interest from outside, as vintners from elsewhere circle back to Lodi
For Sale - Wannabe Boutique Winery, $1.5 million OBO
Buyer should be aware of all the government agencies and their intricate rules, regulations, reporting requirements and fees/taxes.
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