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Friday, December 19th

10/24/13

Once ratified, free trade deal will pit Canadian wineries head to head against Europe's

10/24/13

In response to the high dollar and cheap foreign wines from Europe and South America, Wine Australia told wine producers to move towards premium top-notch wines that could compete internationally

10/24/13

Treasury Wine Estates chairman, Paul Rayner has sighted poor reporting systems as a key factor in the company's decision to write-down $154.3m in inventory.

10/24/13

Three people have been arrested by UK police for allegedly selling fictitious wine through a fake wine investment company, Worldwide Wine Investments.

10/24/13

The Historic Winery's New Owner, Dan Zepponi, Hits the Road in Support of his Labor of Love

10/24/13

With one county supervisor absent from Tuesday's meeting, the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors was unable to decide whether to grant a Lodi woman permission to open a small winery.

10/24/13

The St. Helena City Council is one step closer to loosening restrictions on small agriculturally-zoned wineries.

10/24/13

" ... something has happened following a rather controversial post, something which I think represents a pretty important change and ought to be noted."

10/24/13

This past weekend, Sonoma State University made a huge impact at the North American Case Research Association Conference in Victoria, British Columbia. Two of the top awards were won by a faculty team and a team of two recent MBA graduates, making Sonoma State the only university to win multiple awards at this conference.

10/24/13

Craig and Kathryn Walt Hall, owners of WALT and HALL wines announced the purchase of the Anderson Creek vineyard, located in the Anderson Valley AVA.

10/24/13

Francis Ford Coppola Winery has introduced a program called "Wine, Whim & Song."

10/24/13

Robert Mondavi Winery has introduced a special winery tour presented in Mandarin Chinese. Offered Fridays and Saturdays at 10:30 a.m., the 75-minute circuit of the winery follows the path of the grape to completion as a finished wine.

10/24/13

For the first time since 1952, Otis Harlan will be out of the wine business.

10/24/13

Recent trials at the University of Tasmania involved heating Pinot Noir grapes in a home microwave to explore the benefits of consistent heating before fermentation.

10/24/13

Vranken Pommery Monopole has struck a more upbeat tone than some of its rivals after seeing Champagne sales rebound in the third quarter of its financial year.

10/24/13

The deal will hand Domaine Faiveley a further 20 hectares of vines in Gevrey-Chambertin, on top of the 10ha it has owned there since 1934. The group has agreed to buy a long-term lease on the vines, as well as rights to manage the vineyard.

10/24/13

A Chinese Court has decided to freeze the assets of Castel and seal its 13 registered trademarks in China following continued infringements.

10/24/13

Under the guidance of top sommeliers, these 100 restaurants tout incredible, curated wine lists that feature top wines from around the world.

10/24/13

After peaking in 2004, global wine production is now at its lowest level in 40 years, according to a new Morgan Stanley report.

10/24/13

Perhaps the argument is a bit dated; but in truth, who doesn't love a good beer VS wine debate?

10/24/13

Open Table diners have spoken. Or critiqued, more precisely. And they don't have good news for all those Chicagoans who loudly insist their city is a world-class metropolis.

10/24/13

However, studies led by Prof. Miguel Gomez, applied economics and management, have shown that aromas and years are not the only aspects that drive consumerism of wine.

10/24/13

While no one wants to promote climate change, a group of Vermont winemakers can thank the state's rising temperatures for an economic boost. They have been able to add warmer-weather varieties, like pinot noir, to their selection.

10/24/13

A tale of two Arizona wines.

10/24/13

The region's winegrape growers are wrapping up a slightly early harvest that, on average, yielded even higher quantities than the stellar 2012 vintage.