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A bill that would establish a licensing system to allow in-state and out-of-state wineries to send their products by mail passed the Senate on Monday. SB114 almost died in committee earlier this month, but after making it to the Senate floor it passed by a comfortable 23-11 margin.
n a press release announcing the change, Mignarri said the conference center in Syracuse offers the show a state-of-the-art facility and means less traveling time for vintners and growers in New York and Canada
Sattui, 72, suffered broken bones, face lacerations and other injuries. He underwent a five-hour operation to repair four bones on his neck and receive a bone graft from his lower back in the process. Twelve screws were inserted in his neck
The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau will publish a notice of proposed rulemaking in the Federal Register proposing to establish the approximately 3,770 acre "The Rocks District of Milton Freewater" viticultural area in Umatilla County, Oregon. The proposed viticultural area lies entirely within the Walla Walla Valley viticultural area which, in turn, lies within the Columbia Valley viticultural area
Stanislaus County supervisors agreed to rezone 4.6 acres from residential to industrial for constructing the parking lots for a 116,000-square-foot office building at Gallo's campus on Yosemite Boulevard in Modesto
The Adobe, located at 143 W. Spain St., circa 1842, is the oldest occupied residence in Sonoma and stands as one of the few remaining buildings from California's Mexican Period. Located just off of the Sonoma Plaza, it will serve as the new Three Sticks Wines tasting lounge and headquarters offering daily tastings by appointment.
Cheeseborough has an extensive winemaking background along with a collection of award-winning wines. Most recently, he produced wines for Vignobles Garcin, a collection of five Chateaux located in France's Bordeaux region, including Chateau Barde Haut, a St. Emilion Grand Cru Classe.
"The data makes the difference; we have to marry it with the stories we tell," said Hank Giclas, Western Growers senior vice president for strategic planning, science and technology. "The old anecdote is no longer enough."
A bill that would allow for wine sales at NCAA Division I athletic stadiums in West Virginia, meaning Milan Puskar Stadium in Morgantown, failed to make it out of the Senate Finance Committee before a Monday deadline.
Organizers say they don't expect any complications from overconsumption this year because they've stepped up efforts to control it. They are expecting a total of 16,000 tasters over two weekends, roughly 8,000 each weekend. Most will come from Northern California, but Southern California is the next big draw.
The seminar will explore product concept and price positioning for sustained success, traditional distribution and distributor relations, direct-to-consumer management, core products and line extensions, public and press relations, and key account targeting and management.
The Women of the Vine Grand Tasting Event sponsored by MORE Uncorked will unite more than 30 of Napa Valley's finest women winemakers and proprietors for an exclusive tasting and discussion. The event will take place on Saturday, March 8 from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. PST and will feature wines from acclaimed winemakers.
The wintry weather has ravaged some grape crops in Erie County, forcing some area growers to regroup. Arrowhead Wine Cellars is working to pick up the pieces… And with spring still weeks away, it's a difficult task.
The House Montgomery County Legislation Committee on Monday passed two bills, including one that would give wine distributors doing business in Montgomery County the same protection beer distributors have.
The deputy mayor of a Bordeaux village is crying foul over a loophole that sees immensely wealthy banking and financial interests offered tax exemptions meant for struggling farmers. Ludon-Médoc's Benedict Simian says that prestigious châteaux in the Haut-Médoc are often owned by banking or industrial interests and should not receive the same government largess as smaller, owner-operator vineyards.