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  Daily News for Friday, December 6th
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12/06/13
Groups reach agreement on managing Paso Robles groundwater basin
A special district, which would be created by the California Legislature and tailored to fit the needs of the Paso Robles area.
12/06/13
From Wine to Whiskey, Hoffman Family Cellars Expands the Popular "Headbanger" Brand in the Spirits Category With a New World Feel and Flavor
Hoffman Family Cellars announced Dec. 5, 2013 that it plans to unveil Headbanger American Gold Whiskey in early 2014. This comes as an expansion to the brand's growing Zinfandel focused wine line and partnership with renowned national music artist, Digital Summer.
12/06/13
French Red Wine Prices Climb to Highest Since at Least 1995
French prices for bulk red wine advanced for a fifth week to the highest since at least 1995 as two years of below-average production squeezed supply.
12/06/13
CabFestNV Set For March 2014
To Feature More Than 100 of Napa Valley's Top Wineries for First Cabernet Festival
12/06/13
Napa Wineries Still Scouting Red Mountain
Duckhorn rumored to be close to finalizing Washington vineyard property deal.
12/06/13
Fetzer vs. Fetzer: Battle Over Eagle Peak
Plus, a Canadian ice wine maker suffers the perils of publicity, and a Burgundy vigneron is fighting the government to keep his biodynamic vineyard pesticide free.
12/06/13
Repeal and My Great Godfather by Dan Clark
I had a beer yesterday afternoon. That in itself isn't unusual, but communing with a dead politician might be.
12/06/13
The world is drinking more than ever, despite its waning appeal in southern Europe
This century Chinese consumption of wine has overtaken the amount consumed by the British while consumption has plummeted in France, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Argentina.
12/06/13
Witness Declares 80% Of Seized Kurniawan Wines Are Fakes
Kerry Wills reports from the NYC courtroom where the trial will begin on Monday.
12/06/13
White House celebrates Hanukkah with Hagafen wines
"Since 1980, our wines have been proudly poured more than 25 times at the White House for frequent Israeli diplomatic functions as well as other cultural events during the terms of the last five Presidents."
12/06/13
SSU student has a nose for wine
For a 23-year-old, Cooper Niswonger has developed a respectable knowledge of wine.
12/06/13
Blizzard wrecks vines in Italy's Abruzzo wine region
A heavy storm has destroyed thousands of hectares of vines in Italy's Abruzzo wine region, including those belonging to celebrated producer Valentin.
12/06/13
Free Flow Wines fills a niche by filling kegs
Wine on tap is becoming ubiquitous, in large measure because of Free Flow Wines.
12/06/13
Cameron Hughes Plans New Brand Line, Expects Big Year In 2014
The Cameron Hughes Collection, which will sit outside the group's core Lot Series.
12/06/13
California's Petite Sirah has gone through some growing pains
The current wines being made in Napa Valley should not go unnoticed.
12/06/13
Benefits of mechanical grape crop thinning
Concord grape growers in western New York expanded the use of mechanical crop thinning techniques this season to maximize the value of an abundant harvest in what started as an uncertain year.
12/06/13
The French Prime Minister Is Selling 1,400 Bottles Of Wine Because ... Austerity
Matignon, the "official residence" of the French prime minister, will sell 1,400 bottles of wine to cut costs, Bloomberg's Vidya Root reports.
12/06/13
Champagnes That Leave the Sweetness Behind By Eric Asimov
As with clothing and hair, wine knuckles under to fashion. Different styles, regions and grapes all have their moments in the marketing spotlight, although the rationales for these sudden blasts of commercial heat can vary wildly.
12/06/13
OR: Court spells out law on farm activities
Weddings and corporate events are not permissible activities on Oregon farmland, according to the state's Court of Appeals.
12/06/13
Collotype Labels expands Napa plant
Part of surge in Napa industrial real estate leasing and construction, broker says.
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