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08/15/14

Grant was most recently managing director for Treasury Wine Estates' Beringer portfolio, after serving in senior global marketing and sales roles at TWE. A native Australian, Grant was also previously a top executive with Constellation Wines Australia and Kendall-Jackson Wine Estates

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Carlyle would be the third potential acquirer to formally enter the race for Treasury

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... looks forward to setting his vineyard development record straight and affirming his commitment to responsible land stewardship

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Last year's record 212,000 tons in Washington wine country will likely exceed 230,000 tons this year, according to the Northwest's largest wine producer.

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Growers' field day in Sonoma County focuses on all aspects of sustainability in wine production

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Ledger David Cellars has hired Kiley Evans as its new winemaker. Evans is the winery's first in-house winemaker and brings with him more than 15 years of wine industry experience. Most recently, he worked at Raffaldini in North Carolina - a winery with European origins that specializes in Italian wines.

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A US company has developed a drone capable of scaring away vineyard pests and collecting vital environmental data for winemakers, among a myriad of other uses set to benefit the wine industry.

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The Shelby County Election Commission has verified enough signatures for a wine-in-grocery-stores vote in Arlington this November.

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Macari Vineyards & Winery was named the state's "winery of the year" at the 2014 New York Wine & Food Classic. The Mattituck winery also won for "best red wine" for its 2012 cabernet franc.

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The government's Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), which theoretically regulates the wine industry, has done a rather poor job of it in the last few years. Their defense is that they lack the funds for a strong enforcement task force.

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Waitrose Cellar has launched its first vegetarian mixed wine case accompanied by a vegetarian recipe booklet and wine pairing guide.

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An Australian magistrate has come up with a novel approach to tackling drug abuse: recommending drug addicts drink red wine as an alternative to methamphetamine.

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Concha y Toro is bringing down the alcohol level of its Casillero del Diablo Cabernet in a bid to make one of the world's best selling wines more "drinkable".

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Prosecco's explosive UK growth has not come at the expense of Champagne, which held its volume and saw value sales increase by 2.2%, according to the Lanson Champagne Category Report 2014.

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Three-litre bag in box wines are in long term decline - they plummeted 14.6% in the last year - with consumers being put off by high prices.

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The top eight Champagne brands are bucking falling sales in the off-trade, as collective sales have grown by 9% in the last year.

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The online wine retailer's strategy incorporates different flavors and depths.

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Vitro said separately it was exploring a possible deal to sell its food and beverage-packaging unit. It said it also plans to invest $90 million to build a new fragrance bottling plant in Brazil.

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Now that sulfites are included on every wine label, everyone seems a little concerned. Wall Street Journal wine columnist Will Lyons looks at the evidence and finds that they're not all that bad

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Winning Diplomas Takes Years; 'Shower Curtain Reader' Can Help

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Seneca Lake winery claims its third Governor's Cup with honor for 2013 semi-dry Riesling.

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Chloe Asseo with her dad, Stephan Asseo. He founded the Paso Robles winery L'Aventure in 1998 after making wine in his native France for ...

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It's difficult to keep up with the grand openings and creative offerings. With a little help from wine country insiders, we compiled this comprehensive list of the hottest new happenings in Napa Valley

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"It's a disease of the trunks and the cordons, which are the main arms that run along the wires," he said.

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In order to discourage "cherry pickers"-those guests that plunder a wine list for its rarest bottles-many of Paris's wine destinations have an unspoken rule: Don't put those bottles on the menu.

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Independent winemakers are individualists at heart. In the Finger Lakes, that's apparent in Ravines Wine Cellar's dry-wine-only philosophy, Shalestone Vineyards' red-wine-only philosophy, Boundary Breaks Vineyard's solo Riesling act and Ports of New York's port-style-only policy.