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Wednesday, October 22nd

08/01/14

California Wine Sales to Sixth Largest Export Market Rebound

08/01/14

Growers from Rossi Ranch and White Barn Vineyard share their stories

08/01/14

Domaine Faiveley has acquired one of the best-known names in Chablis, Domaine Billaud-Simon, marking the family-owned producer's second big purchase in the space of 12 months.

08/01/14

With the increased notoriety of Paso Robles both as a tourist destination and producer of great wines and grapes, it's no surprise that investors from around the world, especially China, are actively showing interest in Paso Robles wineries and vineyards.

08/01/14

The Indy International Wine Competition will culminate Friday at Purdue University when trophies are awarded to the best of this year's 2,200 entries

08/01/14

The Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University has partnered with VESTA, a National Science Foundation funded grant to offer online viticulture and enology education. Students enroll in college courses, earning academic credit, and will expand their understanding of the grape and wine industry from the convenience of their home or office.

08/01/14

While Americans remain a small presence in Cuba, visitors from other parts of the world are flocking these days to the largest island in the Caribbean ...

08/01/14

Bloomberg's Alan Bjerga reports on California's drought and how different areas of the state are dealing with it. He speaks with Mark Crumpton on "Bottom Line."

08/01/14

Court papers show Rudy Kurniawan's sentencing date is to be moved once again, with no reason given.

08/01/14

Most likely, when you think about Malibu, vineyards are not what come to mind. Beach mansions filled with celebrities or surfers riding the waves are more typical images. However, tucked into the Santa Monica Mountains is one of Southern California's best-kept secrets -- the vineyards of Malibu.

08/01/14

An impressive cast of judges convened for the Global Cabernet Sauvignon Masters to put 200 wines through their paces in June. Here we list the medalists.

08/01/14

The House of Lords has launched an inquiry into the next EU drinking strategy, potentially informing policy on issues such as minimum unit pricing.

08/01/14

An Australian vineyard is being pursued by the National Association for Sustainable Agriculture after it falsely claimed to be an organic producer.

08/01/14

A "lush" Chardonnay made by "one of the most honoured winemakers in the world" and a crisp Riesling from New York's Finger Lakes are among this week's recommendations.

08/01/14

Diageo has blamed a net sales loss of £1.1 billion in 2014 on weak emerging markets and a continued slowdown in China.

08/01/14

AB Inbev has reported profit growth this quarter exceeding industry estimates, as World Cup sales in Brazil helped balance out a US slump.

08/01/14

Top wine brands have accused new drinks promotions forecasting website Bring A Bottle of having the "potential to misdirect consumers".

08/01/14

Diageo's ongoing restructure - aimed at cutting costs by £200 million by the end of 2017 - is likely to see a savings of £15 to £20 million based on this year's restructure in each region through staff and corporate costs.

08/01/14

When crime writer Maximillian Potter went to France to investigate an extortion case that shook the wine industry to its roots, he couldn't tell a Chablis from a Chardonnay. But after spending 18 months in a small village in the heart of Burgundy, he not only learned about wine. He discovered a place and a community that restored his faith in humanity.

08/01/14

"Washington's Yakima Valley, the state's oldest and largest wine region, has all the romantic trappings of Napa, but with a little less fuss and without all the tour buses, traffic jams and astronomical tasting fees that come with Napa's popularity," blog author Katie Hammel wrote.

08/01/14

Consider, for a moment, the misfortunes of winemakers in Moldova, a former Soviet republic in southeastern Europe, tucked in between Ukraine and Romania.

08/01/14

The Wine & Spirit Trade Association's annual conference will focus on the role branding, innovation and digital communications play in engaging with consumers in today's wine and spirits world.

08/01/14

Winemaking in China is set to benefit after the country this week welcomed many of the world's top grapevine scientists for the 11th International Conference on Grapevine Breeding and Genetics, according to local academics.

08/01/14

Exceptional and best-value vintages will battle it out at a prestigious Niagara competition next week.

08/01/14

75th Vintage of Iconic Georges de Latour Private Reserve Celebrates Television's Biggest Night

08/01/14

Plus, Vega Sicilia celebrates its sesquicentennial and soccer coach Sven-Gorän Eriksson's new wine label

08/01/14

Gratci is an in-the-works app focused on giving

08/01/14

Patients at the Clermont-Ferrand University Hospital in central France will be able to take part in "medically supervised wine-tasting" sessions. They will be allowed to invite friends or family over for a drink.