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Wednesday, October 22nd

11/19/13

The agreement will see Treasury handle contract packaging at its Napa Bottling Centre and production of Accolade Wines will be undertaken at Treasury's Asti winery.

11/19/13

Steve Harden Appointed to New Executive Vice President, Sales Role - Patrick Daul Appointed to New Senior Vice President, Commercial Strategy Role

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Wine industry people on the move from November 12 to November 18

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Sierra Foothills growers and vintners happy with 2013 vintage

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"Flavors and color extraction were intense."

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"This doesn't even take into account confidential sales or wineries."

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"Labor Management in Agriculture -- Cultivating Personnel Productivity," a two-day training workshop for vineyard, winery, farm and packing shed supervisors.

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Keynote presentation to focus on climate of Clear Lake winegrowing region

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Several immigration bills have passed the House Judiciary Committee, but GOP leaders have not scheduled any floor votes on any of them

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An intimate taco party celebrated one of the nation's newest wine-growing appellations on Friday.

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EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy faced some tough questions during a House Science, Space and Technology Committee hearing about the agency's draft rule to expand the jurisdiction of the Clean Water Act (CWA) and the alleged use of undisclosed data to justify the rule.

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California's Northern District of California Food Court is a cash cow waiting to be milked and bilked.

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French wine groups Castel and Vranken-Pommery Monopole have signed a partnership deal to jointly sell rosé wine around the world.

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Another two companies offering wine investment options have gone into liquidation in the UK, including The London Vines Ltd with an estimated deficit of hundreds of thousands of pounds.

11/19/13

The good summer weather saw a 39 percent increase in Prosecco sales that helped to boost Majestic Wines' half-yearly profits.

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A delegation of 60 California wineries were exhibited in Wine Institute's California Pavilion at the first ProWine China 2013 Trade Fair at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre last week.

11/19/13

I.R.S. Records cofounder Jay Boberg and winemaker Jean-Nicolas Méo launch a wine in Willamette Valley.

11/19/13

The world's oldest charity wine auction, held on behalf of a medieval hospital in the Burgundy region of France, raised a record 6.3 million euros ($8.5 million), boosted by bidding from China.

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On Monday, representatives of Michigan's craft beer and wine industries took the stage for economic updates from the brewhouse, cellar and vineyard during what organizers called the first Grand Rapids Economic Club luncheon panel in decades.

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The wine business is booming in Lodi but now there could be a crackdown on the celebrations. After more than a year of debate, the wine region could be hit with a moratorium on winery events.

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A federal appeals court is set to consider the validity of a ruling striking down the state's seven-decade old ban on selling wine and liquor at grocery stores, gas stations and other retailers.

11/19/13

The Restaurant and Business Alliance submitted several suggestions to the proposed "Wine Shipping" law (House Bill 294) during the bill's State House hearing.

11/19/13

The spirit of giving back was the theme of the trail's "Share the Bounty" event, held Nov. 8-11. The 19 wineries along the Niagara Wine Trail, USA, raised funds and nonperishable food items for local charities and food banks.

11/19/13

In the far south of France, four friends have revived an extinct wine-growing area with the help of 70 mentally handicapped adults and youths in the region.

11/19/13

Forty percent of Americans prefer to drink wine, 34 percent say they reach for a beer, 20 percent prefer hard liquor and 2 percent say their alcohol beverage of choice is something else, according to a recent public onion poll of 1,000 American adults.

11/19/13

Considered by many in the industry as a pioneer of Niagara and Canada's wine industry, Debi started her career in teaching and traded that profession over 35 years ago to become Inniskillin Niagara's media and public relations point person.

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Oregon-based producer Union Wine Company has released a Pinot Noir in a 12-ounce can to try and encourage the "beerification" of wine among consumers.

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The 24,000-square-foot unit, formerly the site of a bowling alley called Bleeker's, will feature a wine cellar, walk-in cigar humidor and 28-door beer cooler.

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11/19/13

Six of the wines came from Washington, and four were from Oregon. Of the six from Washington, four were from Walla Walla Valley wineries.