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10/31/13

Up to 75% of the wine industry executives set to attend next month's inaugural Wine Vision conference said they were "confident" or "very confident" about the global economy and its impact on the sector

10/31/13

American Wine Consumer Coalition Release: Guide to Wine Shipping in Massachusetts and Urges Passage of Direct Shipping Bill

10/31/13

Napa Valley Vintners Invests Deeply in Creating a Healthy Napa County Community

10/31/13

Registration for the 2014 Eastern Winery Exposition (EWE) is now live on their website at EasternWineryExposition.com.

10/31/13

Though the last few hundred tons of grapes are still coming in the door, the 2013 vintage will undoubtedly be the largest in Washington wine history.

10/31/13

It is the largest gathering of the Oregon's wine industry, and event organizers expect to surpass the 2013 record of 1,400 attendees, exhibitors and media.

10/31/13

Authorities on growing, producing and marketing Chenin Blanc and Petite Sirah are scheduled for the first annual conference November 14-15 at the Old Sugar Mill in Clarksburg.

10/31/13

Confusion abounds over a prediction that a wine shortage could be looming.

10/31/13

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10/31/13

The change at Treasury's helm was precipitated by Dearie's decision to pay $33 million to destroy aged and excess stock in the U.S. market as part of a broader $152 million writedown.

10/31/13

An entrepreneurial family champions sustainability at Laetitia Vineyard & Winery

10/31/13

Morgan Stanley report from Australia at odds with other experts

10/31/13

Napa Valley Grapegrowers have invited Alyssa Harad, author of "Coming to My Senses: A Story of Perfume, Pleasure and an Unlikely Bride," to participate in a panel at the Wine + Grape Expo.

10/31/13

Analysts are split on the state of global wine supplies, with some warning that stocks are running at historic lows and others arguing consumers may see more deals from a higher global harvest in 2013.

10/31/13

Loic Avril, of Heston Blumenthal's flagship Fat Duck restaurant in the UK, has been crowned the world's best young sommelier.

10/31/13

This year's Hospices de Beaune auction will be the smallest for three decades, following a Burgundy 2013 harvest dogged by poor weather earlier in the year.

10/31/13

This year's Hospices de Beaune auction will be the smallest for three decades, following a Burgundy 2013 harvest dogged by poor weather earlier in the year.

10/31/13

A new website has launched which promises to deliver wines that are "suited to each individual's palate".

10/31/13

The Russian wine industry might face some challenges, but lessons are quickly learned.

10/31/13

The provincial government of British Columbia is apparently considering allowing alcohol sales in grocery stores but restrictions are likely to apply.

10/31/13

Burgundy winery tipped off authorities; two men arrested and investigation is ongoing

10/31/13

The frost may not yet be on the pumpkins, but many of the wineries near Temecula will be heralding the arrival of fall - Southern California style - with their 23rd annual Harvest Celebration.

10/31/13

Studies abound showing how consumers can be suckered into believing that a wine is great even if it's just the cheap stuff poured into a fancy bottle. In fact, one Caltech study showed that our brains physically register more pleasure when drinking wines that have a more expensive price tag-even if the price has been artificially or arbitrarily boosted.

10/31/13

Amid what appears to be a worldwide wine shortage, U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is planning to introduce a law that would allow the U.S. Postal Service to ship beer, wine and spirits to customers.

10/31/13

"No longer are wine critics and reasonably well-known wine writers like me sitting on a pedestal, haughtily handing down our judgments," she said. "Nowadays… [consumers] can make up their own minds. That's altogether a lot healthier."

10/31/13

The Obama administration wants to add energy conservation regulations to ice makers and wine chillers, put some foreign fish on the endangered species list and give the public more time to comment on a worker safety rule.

10/31/13

After launching its first shipment of directly imported US wines into China, Amazon China, Amazon.com's branch there, said the wines have received a very good response in the country, especially in Shanghai.

10/31/13

Jibe, Inc., a leading provider of recruiting technology solutions, today announced it has closed a $4 million credit facility from Silicon Valley Bank. The funds lend further viability to Jibe's position as one of the fastest-growing technology innovators in the recruiting and human capital management (HCM) market and will be used to continue the company's rapid expansion and growth.

10/31/13

Don't worry, this doesn't mean China wants to drink all your wine.

10/31/13

Winemakers anticipate high quality despite cold spring and September rains.

10/31/13

Wine media veteran Lisa Mattson has released her first novel titled "The Exes in My iPod: A Playlist of the Men Who Rocked Me to Wine Country."