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  Daily News for Tuesday, September 10th
Central Valley county may try again to tighten controls on wineries
Controversial regulation coming up for another look
Vin65 adds iPhone to its POS suite for a more compact and portable option
Allows wineries to arm their tasting room staff with a POS that can be carried in their pockets
San Joaquin County supervisors to discuss new winery ordinance
... will instruct the Community Development Department to begin revising the existing winery ordinance, in order to clarify regulations on winemaking and tourism.
Central Valley grape farmers take drastic steps after frustrating loss
Crews in a Madera vineyard cut dried-on-the-vine raisin grapes for a final time. Grower Matt Andrew explained, "Instead of hacking off canes we're coming in here and hacking off arms."
Hardys owners splash out $15m to revitalise brand
The private equity owners of Australia's biggest winemaker, Accolade Wines, will pour $15 million into refreshing its flagship Hardys brand to bolster the 160-year-old label's dominance in Britain and prepare for a new assault on the Asian and North American markets.
Time Inc. buys Food & Wine, other Amex-owned titles
Also being sold are magazines that go exclusively to AmEx card members - Departures, Black Inc. and Executive Travel.
People News Recap from 9/2 - 9/9
Wine industry people on the move from September 2 to September 9
Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Inspections, compliance strategies and opportunities for comment
Inspections, compliance strategies and opportunities for comment , Practical Winery & Vineyard, September 2013 issue: by Rebecca Anderson Smith, Downey Brand LLP, Sacramento, Calif.
Solano County Wine Grapes Thriving
California North Coast appellation brings big sales to small growers
Governor Kitzhaber names Rob Patridge OLCC Chair
In April of this year, Governor Kitzhaber appointed Mr. Patridge as Klamath County District Attorney
10 agriculture stories you should read today, Sept. 9
Death brings farmland fight. Selling a farm a bit tricky. Regulating to death. Heavy-handed EPA. Riding in the box with a maverick. Big Data. Bt future. Dueling propane cannons. And more.
Wine center to break ground
Gov. Jay Inslee will dig the first shovels of dirt to kick off construction of the $23 million Wine Science Center at Washington State University's Tri-City campus.
Dave Powell 'saddened' by Torbreck Vintners exit
Winemaker Dave Powell has said he is saddened by his departure from Torbreck Vintners, and has vowed to start a new wine venture in Barossa Valley with his son.
Turkey's first Master of Wine welcomes 'big life change'
Turkey's first Master of Wine, Dilek Caner, has said she wants to do more to help Turkish wines on the international stage.
Hudson Valley Wine and Food Festival Draws Record Crowd
The upstate festival showcased New York state's bounty.
Virginia Wine Festival Set for Sept. 14-15
The festival boasts a who's who of more than 40 wineries including Barboursville, Veritas, Rosemont and Hill Top Berry Farm & WInery. Ready yourselves for free wine tastings, live music, local music and educational viticulture seminars.
Chateau Elan gets big renovation, focuses on winery, vineyard
Chateau Elan in Braselton has given its vineyard and winery a major renovation, reports the Gwinnett Daily Post.
WineAlign Announces National Wine Awards of Canada 2013 Results
The complete results of the National Wine Awards of Canada are now posted on WineAlign at:
Arniston Bay unveils flavoured wine
South African wine brand Arniston Bay has launched a new 5.5% wine-based flavoured drink called Infusions.
Chile to challenge NZ with Wave
Chile's ViƱa Carmen has launched a new brand called Wave which the producer hopes will challenge New Zealand's success in the UK with Sauvignon and Pinot Noir.
Cloudy Bay hits out at 'dirty tactics' accusation
Famed Marlborough estate Cloudy Bay has hit out at "dirty tactics" accusations by Moa Beer for trying to prevent the brewer from expanding its operations in the region.
Q&A: Bob Bertheau of Chateau Ste Michelle
Bob Bertheau, senior director of winemaking at Chateau Ste Michelle, reveals the Chardonnay producers who have inspired his own effort to show how this grape variety expresses itself in Washington state.
Apps for wine lovers find their social side
Several wine apps have finally matured to effectively be able to help us organize our drinking lives.
New institute at UC Davis to focus on food, beverage culture
First in world to examine the culture of China's foods and drinks.
In Afghanistan, USAID program helps grape farmers bear profitable fruit, but troubles loom
The grape program has faced an array of obstacles unique to Afghanistan.
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