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03/20/14

"For the past thirty years I've poured my heart and soul into this winery," Eberle stated, "This is a new chapter in my life at Eberle Winery and I can't imagine doing anything else. "

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Battegazzore replaces David Francke who leaves the company after nearly eight years in the role

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Vintner and Family Patriarch Sam Sebastiani Feted

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Wine shipments in and out of the west coast of the US could be seriously hampered by possible strike action at 29 major ports

03/20/14

Starbucks will expand its evening alcohol and light bites menu, which includes bacon-wrapped dates and Malbec wine, to thousands of stores, Chief Operating Officer Troy Alstead said in a phone interview - The rollout, which can help boost sales, will take several years

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With new acquisition, owners of 6,000-case Sonoma County winery add 21 vineyard acres and winemaking facility

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The region is in the cross-hairs of numerous investors. Last November, Hancock Agricultural Investment Group paid $44 million for two Monterey County vineyards totaling 1,582 acres. Hancock, a Boston-based unit of Canadian insurer Manulife Financial Corp., overseas $2.1 billion of farm real estate.

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Rep. David Valadao, R-Hanford, requested Wednesday's hearing on his water reform legislation calling for dams and repeal of the San Joaquin River restoration

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The investigation led American Canyon police and Napa County's sheriff detectives to a barn on the 2300 block of Rockville Road in the Green Valley area of Solano County, where they reported finding about 55 cases of the stolen wine. Clues from that search brought investigators to the Vacaville apartment of warehouse employee Jose Pina

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The president of Bordeaux winemaker group Grand Cercle de Bordeaux has said there will be some pleasant surprises from the 2013 vintage, but he reminded producers they need to price their wines sensibly

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French wine consultant Denis Dubourdieu has blasted the theory that old vines lead to better wines

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Some relief may be coming, after local government representatives, truckers and truck-dependent businesses expressed concerns about meeting state-imposed deadlines for replacing or installing emissions-control equipment on diesel trucks.

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Housing authority lost $100,000 Auction Napa Valley grant

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Blur Parties is partnering with the Nebraska Winery and Grape Growers Association to put on Toast Nebraska. The festival will be held at Mahoney State Park and will feature wines from 17 Nebraska wineries

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As this Old World wine-producing area comes together as a young nation, the quality of its wines is rapidly improving

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However, there is a catch

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Oregon should be able to rely on a steady stream of liquor revenues through the next decade, according to the Office of Economic Analysis

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Spain's wine production surged by 41% last year overtaking both France and Italy to become the world's biggest producer

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The recurring cold weather is likely to persist into the first part of April

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... petition would eliminate the cap on liquor licenses, turn total control over the licensing process to the Boston Licensing Board, and prioritize licenses for areas of the city that are under-served

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which stemmed from an effort by the site's owners to lease the second floor of the 500 First St. building as office space

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Torres is among Spain's leading wineries-exporting to 150 countries

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Should the choice between a glass of wine and a cold milkshake ever be a problem for you, a 'wine shake' could be the solution

03/20/14

launched not one but two $360 South African wines in the U.S. and they're already claiming to be the "First Growth of the Cape"

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The Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance is celebrating the wine region's 30th anniversary of federal recognition. Raise a glass.

03/20/14

As the planet warms, wildflower blooming and other signs of spring are moving earlier and earlier-altering our idea of what the seasons mean, and creating an unpredictable ripple effect