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02/27/15

Never a follower of conventional wisdom, Joe was one of a handful of vintners in the 1980s who saw something magical in the aging Zinfandel vineyards throughout Sonoma County

02/27/15

Treasury Wine Estates Ltd., the world's second-largest listed wine company, posted a 86 percent rise in its key profit measure as a weaker Australian dollar and the rescheduling of its Penfolds release improved profitability. Earnings before interest, tax, changes in the value of vineyards and one-time items were A$85 million ($66 million) in the six months ended Dec. 31, Melbourne-based Treasury said in a regulatory statement Friday

02/27/15

The new high-tech tools are taking on added importance as bud break has started earlier than normal this year, exposing the North Coast's $1.5 billion grape crop to the threat of frost damage. Freezing temperatures already have been reported this week, prompting growers to turn on their wind machines and spray their vineyards with water to prevent the tender buds from freezing

02/27/15

Innovation + Quality 2015, a new forum for ultra-premium wineries focused on cutting-edge innovations that advance wine quality, is happening next week on March 4 and online registration ends tonight

02/27/15

There were two programs of special interest at the Oregon Wine Symposium held at the Convention Center in Portland on February 26, 2015

02/27/15

The symposium, to be held at the Sensory Theater at the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science, will be followed by a wide-ranging tasting of Chinese jiu, a tour of the RMI Teaching and Research Winery, and a Chinese-inspired gala dinner. The dinner will feature a keynote address on marketing wine to China.

02/27/15

The Wine Industry Symposium Group has assembled a dream team of Central Coast wine business leaders to present at the 21st Annual Central Coast Insights Event, set for Thursday, March 12, 2015 in Paso Robles, California at the Paso Robles Inn

02/27/15

The idea that the oceans are storing the heat that we should be feeling isn't new. Our ability to measure that drowned heat has gotten better of the past 15 years, thanks to an ever-expanding, semi-autonomous armada of diving buoys.

02/27/15

Widely regarded as the world's most powerful wine critic, Robert M. Parker Jr. has announced he will no longer taste Bordeaux en primeur

02/27/15

However, the Republican-backed proposal that passed 114-to-87 Thursday -- House Bill 466 -- faces an uphill road, like the previous one that died in the Senate. Democratic lawmakers oppose it, as does Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf.

02/27/15

State representatives vote (again) for privatization of liquor stores; governor's veto likely

02/27/15

The North Coast fishing community was treated to encouraging news Thursday about the state of the ocean salmon fishery, with forecasts suggesting increased opportunity and productivity during the coming sport and commercial seasons, despite continuing drought

02/27/15

Your Guide to the Texas Hill Country Wine Experience

02/27/15

p & f Introduces Americans to High Quality, Affordable Wines from Slovenia

02/27/15

Laetitia shares the spotlight with Central Coast Chef Christopher Manning at prestigious James Beard House

02/27/15

We recently traveled to Prosser to sit down with Bunnell at Wine o'Clock Bistro, which he owns with his wife, Susan, to talk about his winemaking career and how he landed in the cradle of the Washington wine industry.

02/27/15

The first growth's managing director went to South America to make wine, but found his own El Dorado back in Bordeaux.

02/27/15

The current, May 31, edition of Wine Spectator Magazine reviewed numerous Paso Robles wineries in its "Buyer's Guide" section. Outstanding reviews and ratings were given to 14 of Paso's most creative and exciting wineries.

02/27/15

State representatives vote (again) for privatization of liquor stores; governor's veto likely

02/27/15

The North Coast fishing community was treated to encouraging news Thursday about the state of the ocean salmon fishery, with forecasts suggesting increased opportunity and productivity during the coming sport and commercial seasons, despite continuing drought.

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