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Wednesday, September 17th

07/22/14

Sale of Stags Leap property the latest in a series of recent Asian acquisitions

07/22/14

You must be at least 18, enrolled in an accredited beer-brewing or winemaking class, and you can only swish the drink around and not actually swallow

07/22/14

"Moving from Australia's most highly regarded Cabernet region of Margaret River to the USA's most highly regarded Cabernet region Napa Valley presents an amazing opportunity."

07/22/14

Tensions are running high in the Rhone Valley with negociants and cooperative cellars clashing over the advance purchase of grapes for the 2014 harvest

07/22/14

Today drones take on a higher purpose as SNAP Vision Technologies introduces a personal aerial survey drone called the StitchCAM, a Kickstarter.com project that gives farmers an affordable, precise way to assess the health of their crops, increase crop yields and use water more efficiently.

07/22/14

Larissa Dubose has been selected as the Field Sales Manager for Georgia, along with the Carolinas, Tennessee and Alabama. She will be based in Atlanta.

07/22/14

Melanie Nicolas has been named FSM for Florida, a key market for Hess Family Wine Estates. Most recently she served as a sales representative for Premier Beverage, which represents HFWE.

07/22/14

Cyril Derreumaux comes to Laffort with successful experience in international businesses from Argentina, France, and the U.S. Derreumaux holds a Master's Degree in International Business from ESCP Europe, and was most recently General Manager with Vivelys USA, a winemaking consulting company.

07/22/14

A Californian winemaker alleged to be behind an anti-Semitic website is thought to have fled to Canada after the FBI issued a warrant for his arrest

07/22/14

uch a loss is devastating, but two years later, Mick McDowell is philosophical about the fire. "Everybody goes through difficulties."

07/22/14

Translating to "jewel" in French, Bijou is sourced mainly from Central Coast California vineyards and retails at $14

07/22/14

... and believes its Penfolds and Wolf Blass wines can find their way into the shopping bags of high-spending global travellers, especially from China

07/22/14

Created by Sarah Berger of Makers & Allies, the new artwork is an abstract impression of a Baileyana Acacia tree blossom.

07/22/14

Most people train for endurance races, but Rob Davis, the winemaker at Jordan Winery in Healdsburg, Calif., uses endurance races to train for the annual wine harvest

07/22/14

"People outside Ethiopia may know of the drought 10 years ago," industry minister Ahmed Abtew told AFP. "But when they see wine with 'Made in Ethiopia' on it, their mind automatically changes."

07/22/14

Prosecco sales in the UK are continuing to surge ahead of Champagne with year on year sales up nearly 70% at both Waitrose and Sainsbury's