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05/04/15

Next year's event scheduled for Friday, April 29, 2016

05/04/15

Evan Goldstein, himself a master sommelier and operator of Full Circle Wine Solutions in San Francisco, organized the panel and participated himself

05/04/15

for Limeng Stroh, it was anything but a relaxing Friday afternoon spent sampling some of the country's finest wines while nibbling on pork loin and organic fingerling potatoes. It was more like a combination of being in the pit at the Chicago Board of Trade and having the nimble finger skills of a champion video gamer

05/04/15

... even better was running into so many old friends, folks who've been there for and beside me for so long. Here are some photos of a few of them, with some memories ...

05/04/15

Wineries ended up having a better overall year in 2014 than earlier estimated, an 8% pretax profit margin on overall sales growth of almost 12%, an increase from 9% sales growth in the prior year

05/04/15

"Overall, we believe the crop looks similar in size to last year ... we may currently be at or near a plateau of bearing acreage in the state"

05/04/15

Sky News has learnt that Diageo is examining plans to offload some of its wine brands, which include Blossom Hill and Sterling Vineyards, following approaches from a number of unidentified third parties

05/04/15

Excellent wine is being produced by women winemakers in California. So why are only 10% of vintners in that state female?

05/04/15

The bottle Mr. Sokolin famously broke was a 1787 Château Margaux, which had been found in a Paris cellar in 1985 and was said to have belonged to Thomas Jefferson. (It was inscribed with the initials Th.J.) Mr. Sokolin had been hoping to sell it for $519,750

05/04/15

Also plans for barrel storage, luxury bottle aging

05/04/15

"We need to protect the environment, but we need to protect the ability of wineries to communicate with consumers and distributors."

05/04/15

John Paul thought the thousands of bees that died last year had something to do with the hard winter in 2014, so this year he expected the bees to thrive. Instead, all three hives and more than 100,000 bees were dead by the end of March.

05/04/15

Even though we had some snow on the ground on April 23, it looks like spring is finally here. The grapevines have started coming out of their dormant winter state. Gradually, the vines adapt to the warming temperatures in anticipation of another season.

05/04/15

The Sebastiani name is emblematic of hard work and family winemaking in Sonoma County. Sam Sebastiani, the 3rd generation patriarch of the family, is no exception. A recent winemaker's dinner at Aventine Glen Ellen offered an opportunity to hear the philosophy, passion and maturity that seven decades of winemaking can produce while enjoying these new wines with fabulous food.

05/04/15

More change is expected in the coming weeks and months, as Balla and Burns are slated to buy the restaurant from the Tartine Bakery regime, which is now a part of Blue Bottle.

05/04/15

Women winemakers and their children discuss motherhood in the wine industry. Plus, 10 wine picks from Italy and Argentina

05/04/15

he took a firm stand against celebrity chef Guy Fieri's plans for a new Santa Rosa-area winery

05/04/15

Developers want to add 134 rooms across the street from the current 325-room hotel. They'd also like to build a new 10,000-square-foot exhibition hall and redesign vehicle circulation on the current site

05/04/15

Some Lancaster County retailers say South Carolina needs uniform, statewide rules for selling beer and wine on Sundays after more than 60 businesses were recently warned about selling the beverages on Sundays

05/04/15

Groups who want Sunday sales say the 75-57 House vote shows the debate is slowly but surely shifting in their favor.

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