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Friday, October 31st

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Texas winery and land brings in $710,000 at today's sale

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Wine industry people on the move from October 28 to November 1

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Representing Sbragia Family Vineyards, DeLille Cellars and Madrigal Family Winery

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Lower-alcohol wines could play a key role in stimulating the sluggish Swiss market, according to a Wine Intelligence report.

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CDFA plans application workshops, wine and grape projects encouraged

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Treasury Wine Estates' (TWE) shareholders have begun legal action against the global winemaker and distributor for allegedly breaching disclosure obligations over writedowns

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The latest selection of the vines, developed in five generations over 10 years, are 97% vinifera, but exhibit resistance to PD.

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See what your customers are saying through social media, and respond while they're at your winery

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This is where VinTank jumps in with its particular listening platform focused squarely on people ...

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... to buy leading New Zealand brands Mud House and Waipara Hills from prominent New Zealand winemaker, the Mud House Wine Group

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OCSW is discontinued after initial support fades; Sustainable certification gains strength

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Scott Kelley and Dyson DeMara have spent much of their careers working at some of the world's most recognizable wineries, and their friendship now has them making wine together in Southern Oregon. This fall, they launched Paul O'Brien Winery in downtown Roseburg, and branding their new custom-crush project came naturall

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The entire package is 85 percent lighter than a glass bottle and is easily recyclable. From production to shipping to recycling, Paper Boy proves the wine business can operate with a significantly reduced carbon footprint.

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New Pinot Noir and Chardonnay label to release inaugural vintage on November 12th

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Winery Exchange, a leading producer of quality wine, beer and spirits, has restructured and expanded its sales organization to meet the needs of its growing business in the U.S. and the U.K.

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Meehan joins Winery Exchange with more than 18 years of wine & spirits industry experience.

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Shawn Schiffer has been named Vice President of Sales/National Accounts for the U.S. Schiffer, who previously worked at Winery Exchange between 2010-2011, returns to the company after serving as Director of Corporate Chains for the Alliance Division at Wirtz Beverage in Chicago.

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Winery Exchange, a leading producer of quality wine, beer and spirits, has restructured and expanded its sales organization to meet the needs of its growing business in the U.S. and the U.K.

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The sales arm of the company has been restructured to include a team dedicated to beer to meet the growth of that category, especially with the rise of craft beer, and has appointed Michael Manning as Regional Sales Manager/Beer for the South.

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Marc Kibbey has been appointed to Vice President of Sales/Beer. Kibbey most recently served as Vice President Sales, Food and Beverage Category, at Owens-Illinois, Inc.

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"Stories abound of Chef Trotter as a tyrant in the kitchen; this is not one of those stories. To me and my dad - who lives in Newton but has eaten at the restaurant perhaps a dozen times over the last two decades - he has been utterly charming and generous."

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Japanese restaurants seem to be the hottest ticket in town at the moment. You cannot go anywhere in London without passing a sushi or Japanese fusion restaurant.

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The quality of Californian Pinot Noir has improved more than any other grape in the state over the last decade, according to Karen MacNeil.

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The sole director of collapsed wine investment firm Bordeaux UK has been banned from boardrooms for close to a decade after his accounting of millions of pounds of investors' money was found to be a 'mess'.

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Friends and former colleagues from across the food and wine world have been paying tribute to Charlie Trotter, one of the most revered chefs in the US, who died suddenly this week

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Famed Chicago chef found unresponsive inside his home; a culinary visionary who changed American fine dining

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The charts that tell you everything you need to know about the global wine industry.

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US wine producers have become indirectly embroiled in a trade dispute between the US and Canada that could hamper access to their second biggest export market

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"His dedication to excellence, the city of Chicago and the culinary world at large inspired countless cooks to find their own voice and follow their dreams. He now belongs to the ages."

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The continuous challenge of chemical resistance to insecticides, fungicides, and herbicides by pests, diseases, and weed species will be the topic of a panel discussion at the upcoming Sustainable Ag Expo, November 18 and 19

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The award-winning chef was found unresponsive in his home Tuesday morning

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Hong Kong sales of wine from Bordeaux grew by 25.3 per cent year-on-year in 2012

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Montevina Winery unveiled a contemporary new package for its portfolio of wines with a clean, bold and bright label, modern logo, and a new luxury bottle. The Pinot Grigio, White Zinfandel and Chardonnay are now shipping.

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Lake County is making its move toward securing its position as a partner in the North Coast, says Lake County Winegrape Commission Chair Peter Molnar.

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Winery's Every Cork Counts Program Aims to Raise $100,000 for Meals On Wheels Association of America

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Maryland's wine industry, while not a powerhouse in the world of vino, has seen tremendous growth

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An Oregon wine producer is now canning their vintage just like beer. Why? Because they want in on casual beer snobbery.

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"This is a wine tasting for information."

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The Expo provides access to more than 120 viticulture and enology companies, community organizations and seminars.

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Estimates put the total haul at 200,000 tons