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10/07/13

Improve Your Wine Club Retention, Visitor Experience and Your Career!

10/07/13

Improving wine quality, celebrity endorsement, restaurants and demographics are driving a U.S. wine boom, according to Stephanie Gallo.

10/07/13

Facility at Okanagan College intended for professional tasting education

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Although the initial prediction is of a 20 percent decrease in production for 2014's harvest, wineries are working as normal and will fulfill their commercial commitments in all the different markets.

10/07/13

Chile's agriculture ministry has declared a state of emergency after seeing the worst frost in decades pose a threat to vineyards and fruit farms.

10/07/13

Although Jadot already owned vineyards in both Pouilly Fuissé and Beaujolais, this Oregon venture marked the producer's first step outside the Burgundy region, following a trail already laid by Drouhin in the late 1980s.

10/07/13

Bruno Paillard is on a mission to convince his fellow Champagne houses to agree to a minimum 3-month period between disgorgement and release.

10/07/13

AB 1425 allows homemade wines and beers to be donated for fundraising events. Proving, perhaps, that it is indeed the squeaky wheel gets the Cabernet.

10/07/13

A forum Thursday debated the pros and cons of Measure B, the Hotel Limitation Initiative.

10/07/13

Wine producers in the newly-created American Viticultural Areas of Moon Mountain and Ballard Canyon have insisted the new sub-appellations will help consumers, not confuse them.

10/07/13

Champagne Bruno Paillard has decided not to take legal action against rival Bollinger over a claim that it 'stole' Paillard's bottle design.

10/07/13

Vineyard specialist Dr Richard Smart is hosting a "Weekend of Viticulture" in Bristol this weekend.

10/07/13

While the UK wine industry is hopeful of a healthy harvest, English Wine Producers has said it will fall short of a record-breaking year because of a "hangover" from the poor conditions of last year.

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Comes on the heels of company's August purchase of Clos Pegase

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Goode's health had been fragile for some time, complicated by an injury in 1976 that left him paraplegic.

10/07/13

Family-owned Italian producer Marchesi de' Frescobaldi is to launch a high-end sparkling wine made from Champagne grapes next year.

10/07/13

It might sound familiar to those who know California vintages: 2011 as a harbinger of the long, cold and tough. But in Oregon the wait for ripeness was drawn to an extreme ...

10/07/13

Alan Richman, GQ's wine expert-and proud bearer of the title Cheapest Man Alive-reveals the secrets to finding values on an expensive wine list.

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These construction and renovation projects started in 2006.

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The club is a first for Shone Farm, which received approval to operate a bonded winery in 2008.

10/07/13

Amid the high school marching bands, baton twirlers and war veterans parading through downtown Yountville on Sunday, one wizened and beret-topped man led the way - a man whose life work has helped shape the Upvalley into the tourism mecca it has become.

10/07/13

Siegrist Blanc de Noir, made in 2010 by Thomas Siegrist, Siegrist's daughter Kerstin, and son-in-law Bruno Schimpf, in the German region of southern Pfalz

10/07/13

People can already buy New York wines at farmers markets, but the new laws mean you'll be able to find them at roadside stands too. That is, as long as the wines being sold are produced within 20 miles of the stand.

10/07/13

The fourth-generation owner of d'Arenberg winery in McLaren Vale, 30 kilometers (18 miles) south of Adelaide, is known for his flamboyant attire, market savvy and giving his 60-odd wines quirky names ...

10/07/13

As the American Wine Consumer Coalition blasts the state for 'some of the most onerous wine laws in America,' one local sommelier throws in the towel.

10/07/13

A beleaguered wine Industry begins to redefine itself in the wake of stagnant sales.

10/07/13

Rain during the final weekend of September, accompanied by mild temperatures, led to a mad dash to beat the onset of rot.

10/07/13

Both the federal Central Valley Project and the State Water Project rely on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to bring water to central and southern California. Amy Quinton takes us on a 700 mile journey following California's water supply.

10/07/13

These innovative California vintners are crafting groundbreaking wines from ancient vineyards.

10/07/13

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