Founded by Bruce Cohn in 1984, B.R. Cohn Winery is renowned for the estate-grown wines from its Olive Hill Vineyard in Sonoma Valley, for its award-winning olive oils, vinegars and other specialty foods, and for its Charity Fall Music Festival. In stepping back from the winery, Bruce Cohn intends to focus his energy on the management of Grammy Award-winning band The Doobie Brothers and on the production of the B.R. Cohn Charity Fall Music Festival, the annual fall music event at the winery, which has raised more than $6 million for charities since 1987
The Wine Business Institute will have a new permanent home in the former University Commons building, which was recently vacated with the opening of SSU's new Student Center. Gary Heck, president and owner of Korbel, also announced a personal gift of $1 million on behalf of Korbel to seed the renovation of the building.
Jason Samenow, The Washington Post's weather editor and chief meteorologist of the Capital Weather Gang, tells Robert Siegel about the weather phenomenon known as the "polar vortex." It means frigid temperatures and wind chill in much of the country.
Our selected group of of twenty-somethings - from restaurateurs and sommeliers to entrepreneurs and small-batch food artisans - is creating a food and drink scene that's bursting at the seams with flavor and verve.
B.R. Cohn Winery owner and founder Bruce Cohn announced today that his eldest son, Daniel Cohn, has been appointed chief executive officer, allowing the 40-year-old family winery to make the generational change necessary for the future.
Simon Hoggart, one of the Spectator's best-loved columnists, died yesterday after fighting pancreatic cancer for over three years. He began writing for the magazine in the mid-nineties, and started the column for which he was most well known in The Spectator - the Wine Club - in 2001.
A new partnership announced today, between Jackson Family Wines of Sonoma and Invisible Sentinel, Inc. of Philadelphia, adds a new technology to winemakers' toolkit and it promises to streamline an otherwise cumbersome process.
The cold may provide a brief break from icewine production for some but winemakers and vineyard managers will be busy watching temperatures Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evening that could be cold enough to damage grape vines.
Here are 20 winter wines for $20 apiece that offer not only value but intrigue. Many pique the interest because they come from unfamiliar places, are made from unknown grapes or reflect an unusual style. They are delicious testimony to the bounty of unexplored wines. ]
'Dramatic globalization' of wine markets over the past 20-30 years and rapid climate change means there is a pressing need for the first global database listing grapes by region and variety, according to its compiler.