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12/16/13

Judge rules that winery needs to review environmental impact; Artesa argues land is zoned for farming

12/16/13

Sebastopol winemaker Paul Hobbs has taken aim at a lawsuit that seeks to block his company's 48-acre vineyard conversion project in west Sonoma County, a company spokesman said.

12/16/13

Napa Valley Grapegrowers hear about current and planned government rules.

12/16/13

Wants to turn 502 acres of the Roche family ranch and vineyards on the Sonoma County side of Los Carneros winegrowing region into a first stop for wine country visitors.

12/16/13

Patrick Vinatieri alleged in his complaint that his wine had been "spoiled" and "contaminated" by Spelletich Family Wine Co., a custom-crush facility at Napa Valley Commons, formerly Napa Valley Corporate Park.

12/16/13

A little more than half the $3.9 million Gruet was ordered to pay after his $6.5 million bid for the Woodrow Road winery fell through.

12/16/13

Derek L. Limbocker, a onetime financial adviser, publisher of rare art prints and society figure in Newport, R.I., and New York, has been stiff-arming his clients for the past 13 months.

12/16/13

EnCap Investment LP's Robert Zorich has the bankruptcy court's approval to complete his $1.7 million purchase of a large chunk of Alma Rosa Winery's vineyards.

12/16/13

"There's no question in my mind that we'll be able to come together and have a farm bill that we can take action on in January."

12/16/13

Martine Saunier pioneered an import business that's brought Americans some of the greatest wines of Burgundy and the Rhône.

12/16/13

Officials say overall hospitality revenue showed strong gains in 2013.

12/16/13

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12/16/13

When you're worth just shy of $4 billion, being cheated out of a couple of million dollars in a suspected wine fraud might seem inconsequential.

12/16/13

The businessman says Rudy Kurniawan 'cheated' him with 219 bottles of fake Burgundy. which he concocted at his California home.

12/16/13

A round-up of the key trends in the fine wine auction scene in 2013.

12/16/13

One of New York's top fine wine retailers, Sherry-Lehmann, has told decanter.com that is set to discuss a return to the auction scene after taking on a new investor.

12/16/13

You don't need me to remind you the holidays are here

12/16/13

Gordon Getty never had a 75th birthday party, but he more than made up for the absence of a celebration five years ago with an 80th bash Saturday night.

12/16/13

This is the first wine book for Steinberger, 46, who was wine columnist at Slate for 10 years. He previously wrote a book about the decline of French food culture

12/16/13

New York Times - A successful French winemaker's leap to Britain may sound contrarian - traitorous even. But it may be no more striking than the fact that English sparkling wines have recently been beating Champagnes

12/16/13

There's something different about the gin and tonics they mix at Rickhouse bar on San Francisco's Kearny Street. And it tastes a lot like ... exclusivity

12/16/13

If you're looking for a holiday gift for a wine lover, consider tickets for the second Wine Symposium of the Finger Lakes, which have just gone on sale

12/16/13

The small, young winery makes 33 different wines. Each is attached to a charity, with part of the sales going to that particular cause

12/16/13

Other regions like Ribeira Sacra and Montsant have taken the spotlight, yet Rioja forges on ...

12/16/13

It's almost a cliché in articles about less-developed wine regions to say, "It's like Napa before it became famous."

12/16/13

After 2 1/2 years as assistant winemaker at Kelly Fleming Wines in Calistoga, Rebecca George has been promoted to winemaker