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08/20/14

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08/20/14

Wines & Vines offers industry experts an all-day conference about wine packaging: what works and what does not, how it serves wine sales, anti-counterfeiting, and the technology and innovations that serve good packaging.

08/20/14

Consumers are prepared to pay more for a bottle of wine if it's slightly more expensive in the first place, a study has found.

08/20/14

Three winery projects approved by the county Planning Commission in the last year have been appealed

08/20/14

The scientists said California's water-rights regulator, the State Water Resources Control Board, needs a systematic overhaul of policies and procedures to bridge the gaping disparity, but lacks the legislative authority and funding to do so

08/20/14

Despite net losses of millions of residents to other states, California continues to grow through immigration

08/20/14

Last week, the county entered into a $25,000 contract with the California Water Institute at California State University, Fresno, to develop a countywide groundwater ordinance

08/20/14

Grahm worries that the wine industry perceives him as a past-tense contributor, a caricature not unlike his wacky Ralph Steadman labels, when the truth is, he has big plans -- huge, groundbreaking plans -- and believes he is now making the best wines of his career

08/20/14

The price of Argentine wines will remain stable, according to one importer, despite the country being in the grip of an economic crisis

08/20/14

"I know that I'm not the only wine lover who embraces this sort of "wine of affection." I see it with Zinfandel lovers. And I've spotted that look of indulgent, abiding fondness among Australians with their many Shiraz wines. Oddly, Burgundy lovers are as much in awe as they are in love. But somehow Beaujolais brings it out, don't you think?"

08/20/14

Selosse has inspired a whole generation of growers to pursue wine's higher purpose. And he has inspired a whole generation of consumers to see Champagne as a vessel, fully capable of expressing a vineyard

08/20/14

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

08/20/14

A proposed gas storage facility on Seneca Lake has inflamed winemakers, but are fears overblown?

08/20/14

Working with an instructional designer, each course level of the program has been honed to more directly address critical facets of the wine industry and provide students with a systematical and structured learning experience. The newly redesigned courses, Foundation: Introduction to Wine Business and Intermediate: A Survey of the Key Drivers in a Wine Business, include prerecorded and live lecture sessions, case studies and individual research, along with weekly assigned reading and modular quizzes.

08/20/14

Family-Owned Votto Vines Importing, #464 on the 2014 Inc. 500|5000 List, Now Planning Proprietary Wine Brand Release and Expansion of Distribution Platform

08/20/14

"You simply turned on a tap, and the water went down the drain, and that's all you had to know about water management 20 years ago."

08/20/14

Paul Champoux, one of Washington's top grape growers, led off the state's harvest season by bringing in 1.6 tons of Marquette. He delivered the grapes from his famed vineyard in the southern Horse Heaven Hills to Fidelitas Wines' production facility in Richland.

08/20/14

New York Agriculture Commissioner Richard A. Ball announced due to harsh winter weather conditions, actions have been taken to protect New York's vineyards that were potentially impacted. New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo directed the state Department of Agriculture and Markets to work with partners to assess the damages incurred by the state's wine industry, and, should grape yields dictate, allow farm wineries to purchase grapes grown outside of New York State.

08/20/14

Rodrigo Soto did his thesis on organic farming, and now he is head winemaker for Huneeus Wines in Chile including Veramonte and Ritual.

08/20/14

The ten-year-old Paso Robles wine producer begins to breathe life into the historic York Mountain

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