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  Daily News for Friday, January 31st
California Gov. Jerry Brown Speaks To KCAL9's Dave Bryan About State's Drought
... he's prepared to move water from Southern California to drier areas of the state as conditions worsen
The Business of Innovation: CEO of Francis Ford Coppola Presents recalls successes and missteps at Unified Wine & Grape Symposium
Geldert was part of a group of alcoholic beverage producers participating in a panel about innovation Thursday at the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium. She shared that the award-winning film director wanted to clear Niebaum-Coppola, which hosted 350,000 visitors per year, of "people who don't care about wine."
Italian Winemaker Antonio Mastroberardino Dies at 86 - Wine Spectator
Visionary estate owner helped put Italy's Campania region on the map
Longtime Southern Executive Bart Takes Over Young's Arizona Unit
He replaces Mark Moser, who had held the role since 2011
Chinese Wine Region Establishes Classification Modeled on Bordeaux's - Liz Thach
Ningxia hopes to encourage quality and grab attention by creating a ranking of estates
Treasury Wine under fire for Dearie sacking
"If they've lost ground with the chains and they're not the flavour of the month with independents, that's a bit of a challenging thing to come back from," commented one analyst.
Giant boulder rips through vineyard in Italy
An Italian vineyard and 300-year old building have been left in tatters after a giant boulder crashed down a mountainside and smashed right through them.
California drought: Beer helps tiny Wine Country town
the Bear Republic craft brewery gave $466,143 to Clovekrdale to start drilling two new wells
Is Now the Time for Immigration Reform?
Speaker John Boehner finally tipped his hand on an issue he says he's committed to getting done. But will the rest of the Republicans in Congress agree to his set of "principles"?
Columbia Winery looks forward
Company narrows focus, rebrands under Gallo ownership
Bill proposes hard liquor sales in Kansas grocery, convenience stores
A new bill introduced in the Kansas House of Representatives would put customer choice at the forefront, allowing grocery and convenience stores to carry hard liquor
White House Press Release: Readout of the President's Call to Governor Brown
the President called Governor Jerry Brown to receive an update on the situation in California and express his concern ...
Wineries Worry About California Drought's Impact On Grape Growers - CBS13
But in an industry that depends on Mother Nature, wineries say they will weather the storms, or lack thereof
Michael Mondavi co-founder pays return visit to Amherst New Hampshire winery
"He was kind enough to stop by and offer encouraging words, just so gracious."
Tennessee is one step closer to permitting the sale of wine by grocery stores and other food retailers, despite some dissent from local lawmakers
A bill allowing the sale of wine in grocery stores, big box stores and convenience stores passed the Tennessee Senate Thursday in a 23-8 vote
Slate Magazine: What Happens When You Abolish Tipping
When we switched from tipping to a service charge, our food improved, probably because our cooks were being paid more and didn't feel taken for granted. In turn, business improved, and within a couple of months, our server team was making more money than it had under the tipped system
The World's Wackiest Wine Laws: Why you should wear a sword if you want a glass of wine in Ireland
Why you should wear a sword if you want a glass of wine in Ireland
Record Attendance Marks 20th Anniversary of Nation's Largest Wine & Grape Industry Show (Press Release)
This year's official total of 14,000 Unified attendees surpassed last year's record audience by 600
EPA is seeking public comment on two documents that may determine how it evaluates pesticide drift risks
Ecological and Drinking Water Assessment Guidance, provides information on estimating spray drift fractions of liquid sprays in ecological or drinking water settings The two documents are posted on the Federal Register under Docket EPA-HQ-OPP-2013-0676-0001.
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