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  Daily News for Thursday, October 10th
Wine Institute Showcases California Wines for Top Media/Trade from Canada, Europe and Asia
They host 21 key wine media and buyers from Canada, the U.K., Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Japan and China. The week-long slate of tastings and experiences was geared toward building on California's worldwide reputation as a high quality wine producer and top destination for wine country travel.
Charles Banks Acquires Historic Qupé Winery in Santa Maria Valley Appellation
Banks becomes majority stake holder, with legendary winemaker, Bob Lindquist, remaining on board as partner
PR: Pernod Absinthe Announces Return To Original Recipe
Recreated using original formula from records dating back to 1800s
Goodbye, Wine Snobs: How E. & J. Gallo Winery Courts Millennials
Wine Over Ice? Younger Consumers Not Tied to Drinking Traditions
How Millennials are Changing the Wine Industry
The Millennial generation, which includes the youngest legal drinkers, is consuming more wine than previous generations when they turned 21, and the industry is taking note
Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance chooses new communications, marketing manager
Heather Bradshaw comes to Walla Walla most recently from Jackson Family Wines in Sonoma County, Calif.
Harvest Report: Harvest enters final stage
Grapegrowers in parts of the Napa Valley are already in the final stages of what's been one of the earliest harvests in memory.
New Beer and Wine "Shutdown" By Congressional Stalemate
Your adult beverage options are also limited by the shutdown because the government is no longer processing applications for the alcohol industry.
New Rioja president targets rise in exports
Spain's financial crisis means Rioja must redouble efforts to find drinkers abroad, the new president of the region''s ruling council has said.
South Africa May Ban Wine Festivals to Curb Drinking: Bus. Day
Online wine retailers and rating platforms may also be banned, Melvyn Freeman, head of non-communicable diseases for the country's Department of Health, said, according to the Johannesburg-based newspaper.
Governor Cuomo Signs Legistlation Designating the Adirondack Coast Wine Trail
Newly Established Wine Trail Spotlights Local Agriculture
Rieslings thrive in Pinot Noir country
Yet one of the true gems in Oregon is Riesling, the state's No. 4 wine grape at 1,900 tons harvested in 2011. In total tonnage, it is far behind Pinot Gris but doesn't trail Chardonnay by much.
Click, Sip, Enjoy, Learn: The National Tasting-Canada's First-ever Online Interactive Wine Tasting
The countdown is on for "The National Tasting," Canada's first ever nation-wide, live-streaming wine tasting and interactive panel discussion featuring some of the wine world's leading experts.
Coastal Wine Harvest is Early and Booming
Santa Cruz Mountains growers enjoy spectacular 2013 season
Homemade wine and beer can be sold at charity events
On Oct. 1, Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr. signed into law Assembly Bill 1425, enabling nonprofits to use homemade wine and beer donations in their fundraising practices.
Coppola Winery debuts Sofia Chardonnay
On Sept. 24, Francis Ford Coppola Winery hosted an event at New York's West Village restaurant Buvette in celebration of the release of Sofia Chardonnay.
Prohibition book author will talk at RLS museum
On Oct. 17 at 6:30 p.m. author Lin Weber will be at the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum at 1490 Library Lane to talk about her new book "Prohibition in the Napa Valley: Castles Under Siege." The book documents how the Napa Valley's leading citizens became embroiled in a fight for their livelihood with temperance champions and federal agents.
CIA offers 'Taste Wine Like a Pro' at Greystone
Led by Traci Dutton, a sommelier, wine judge, and the manager of public wine studies at the CIA, students will learn about the important wine attributes to note, and the fundamental aromas and tastes that determine quality in wine.
Wine to take center stage at Flavor! Napa Valley
The five-day "Flavor! Napa Valley Celebration of Wine, Food & Fun" is scheduled for Nov. 20-24 at various locations throughout the valley.
Burgundy faces supply squeeze after hail-damaged 2013 harvest
Burgundy wine prices may have to rise due to violent hailstorms hitting the region's vineyards for a second year running, and leaving producers seeking government aid.
André Lurton hires Michel Rolland
Vignobles André Lurton has announced it has secured renowned winemaking consultant, Michel Rolland to work on improving the domaine's wines.
Californian wine industry lacks "leadership"
California is failing to fully promote the dynamic nature of its wine industry, but lacks the personalities to do it, according to the state's Lieutenant Governor.
Red Hook Winery back in action after Sandy
It will be a long time before Mark Snyder doesn't walk into his winery at the edge of a pier in Red Hook without thinking about what happened a year ago.
MI: Jackson-area winery could shut down in 30 days after officials vote to revoke permit
This comes months after officials said Lizarralde violated his conditional use permit by entertaining guests in the hangar of his home. Lizarralde said he had no choice since he had not been granted a building permit to expand his tasting room.
Staying vigilant for sudden oak death
Bruce McConnell plucked a leaf from a scruffy little bay tree on a steep, rocky Fountaingrove hillside overlooking the Santa Rosa Plain.
Living the Dream: Stéphane Derenoncourt
French wine consultant Stéphane Derenoncourt provides advice for 90 different clients all over the world, including war-torn Syria. A self-described "terroirist," he has two wineries of his own: Domaine de l'A in Bordeaux and Derenoncourt California in Napa
Looming 2014 California water crisis strikes fear in farmers
It does not take long for a conversation with a California farmer to reach the topic of water. It has always been that way.
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