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  Daily News for Thursday, November 21st
Additive may make wine fine for a longer time
An additive may help curb a chemical reaction that causes wine to look, smell and taste funky, according to food scientists.
Beaujolais Nouveau 2013 expects more marketing success
The stroke of midnight on the third Thursday of the month gives the green light for bottles to be cracked open
Update on Red Blotch Disease in Grapevines
Cornell professor details the virus for Napa wine grape growers
San Luis Obispo County to Host 2014 Wine Tourism Conference Nov. 12-14
Paso Robles to serve as conference headquarters
Tom Gallo, vice president of strategic business development for G3 Enterprises, speaks at CalPoly
Gallo, a 1988 graduate of the graphic communication department, spoke Friday on the topic of "Striving for Excellence in Wine Packaging."
Grgich Hills Estate Hires Yannick Girardo as Hospitality Manger
"We believe that every person who visits our estate should have an exceptionally memorable experience at Grgich Hills."
Excelsior Wine Company Names John Dougherty National Sales Director
Dougherty, who brings to his new position over 20 years' experience in the wine and spirits industry, joined Excelsior Wines in 2011 as southeast region manager
Supplier News: VingDirect Launches Tasting Room Benchmarking Tool
With the benchmarking dashboard tool, wineries will be able to gauge their success in the tasting room as compared to VingDirect members
Popular Science: Surgical Needle That Sucks Wine From Bottle Without Removing Cork
In all, it takes about 20 seconds per pour; when the needle is removed, the cork reseals itself
New map documents ASH vineyards
The names on the newly printed large map are legendary: Wender, Bourn, Heitz, Colgin, David Fulton, Titus, Wight, Beckstoffer, Hundred Acre. The map lists the 170 different vineyards in Appellation St. Helena.
HALL Wines visitor center opens
The newly redesigned visitor center is on the property of the restored Bergfeld Winery, an historic winery originally founded in 1885 and long known as the Napa Valley Co-op.
Dodd to lead Great Wine Capitals network
Napa County Supervisor Bill Dodd was elected president of the Great Wine Capitals Global Network at its annual general meeting, held in early November in San Francisco and Napa Valley.
2014 best of wine tourism award winners
On Nov. 7, eight Napa Valley wine tourist hotspots were awarded honors by the Great Wine Capitals Global Network at the annual general meeting's gala dinner held at the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone.
Commentary: US agriculture readies for China's baby boom?
A shift in China's one-child policy could have significant implications for U.S. agriculture.
2013 Vintage Report: California
Winemakers from Santa Barbara to Mendocino report that this year's growing season was golden for most parts of the Golden State
Good news if you're thirsty: USA has a lot of wine
As for quality, near-perfect weather has resulted in what could be a vintage year, said Gladys Horiuchi of The Wine Institute, an association that represents more than 1,000 wineries and affiliated businesses in California. "It's exceptional."
Wine glut to continue: Australian Vintage
LISTED wine group Australian Vintage has warned that the oversupply problems that have made much of the sector unprofitable are likely to continue in coming years.
Bordeaux Grape Damage Squeezing Top French Vintners: Commodities
Even with the smallest grape harvest since 1991 in Bordeaux, France's biggest wine-exporting region, producers of the most-prestigious bottles will see prices fall as buyers shift to cheaper alternatives
1976 Judgement of Paris wines enter US hall of fame
The Napa wines that famously beat France's best in the 1976 Judgement of Paris tasting have been chosen from among millions of artefacts as one of the 101 items that 'made America'
Personalised marketing is key to future wine sales says Amazon at Wine Vision
Personalised marketing, customer reviews and product comparisons are key to successfully selling alcohol online, according to Amazon
'Duck Dynasty' Clan Joins Napa Valley Family For Wine Label Launch
Duck Commander label of Robertson Family Wines produced by Trinchero Family Estates winery in St. Helena.
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