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03/31/15

The date for the mailing of the ballots for the PD/GWSS assessment referendum has been changed to the week of April 6

03/31/15

Plans by grape and wine extension professionals include new journal

03/31/15

The Wine Investment Fund uses his scores as one of three pillars (along with the "brand value" of an individual château and reputation of the vintage) by which it measures the relative value of one wine against another

03/31/15

A celebration of life will be held on April 25 from 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m

03/31/15

Treasury Wine Estates is selling the T'Gallant, Bailey's and Ryecroft wineries in Australia and the Asti winery in California, and will book $50 million in write-downs in the first step of a cost-cutting overhaul of its winery infrastructure.

03/31/15

"In the USA, TWE will consolidate its production facilities such that TWE's Asti winery in Sonoma County, California, will become surplus to the Company's production needs. Asti's wine production will be transferred to other wineries within TWE's network to increase utilisation, with the majority of Commercial and Masstige wine production transferred to Paso Robles and Luxury wine transferred to Beringer."

03/31/15

Treasury Wine Estates said Tuesday it would book $50 million in writedowns and cut an unspecified number of jobs after idling wineries and production facilities in the US and Australia.

03/31/15

LCBO tested more than 11,900 wines for arsenic levels, including 1,543 wines from California. All of them were below the maximum permissible limit of arsenic set by Health Canada...

03/31/15

Australian wines have challenged the views of leading wine experts at Italy's biggest annual wine fair, Vinitaly in Verona this week, who say screw capped wines are inferior.

03/31/15

The saying is 'April Showers Bring May Flowers' and this may be true for California as a favorable pattern moves into position between April 5th and April 15th, with a shot of one or more storm systems into the region

03/31/15

After Lopez inherited the property and had to buy out his sister (with the help of Francis Ford Coppola, who owns adjoining Inglenook), he realized he'd better make some wine in order to pay the daunting property taxes ...

03/31/15

The Roza Irrigation District, serving the northern edge of the Yakima Valley, has only junior water rights, meaning it can be cut off in droughts. It's building a $26 million reservoir to help conserve water

03/31/15

The college wants to make sure students are prepared for this booming business. It's called the Great Lakes Wine Institute and it's at Lake Michigan College. Starting in the fall, students can pursue an Associate of Applied Science degree in wine making or the production of grapes.

03/31/15

The evidence so far seems to indicate that the Poison Wine debacle is largely a bunch of hooey

03/31/15

New Trade Event Highlights Contributions from the Region's Most Preeminent Wineries Annual Paulée Dinner Celebrates Winemaker's Favorite Vintages VIP Festivities Take Place April 30 -- May 2

03/31/15

Multi-year program to focus on educating trade, press and consumers on diversity, quality and value of Spanish wines

03/31/15

Cape Wine 2015, a triennial wine industry event in Cape Town, South Africa, is experiencing record numbers of participation; 95% of the exhibitor space is sold out six months ahead of the September show, as well as all "early bird" consumer tickets. Siobhan Thompson, CEO of event host, Wines of South Africa (WOSA), attributes the increased awareness to growing foreign interest and investors in South African wines.

03/31/15

The committee works to develop policy to support the wine industry and has been a catalyst for legislation including direct-to-consumer shipping, labeling and pest abatement.

03/31/15

Centric Parts and AP Exhaust Technologies have announced a joint board agreement between the two companies. Under the agreement, AP's executive chairman, Vange Proimos, will join the Centric Parts Board of Directors, and Centric president and CEO, Dan Lelchuk, will join the Board of AP.

03/31/15

Registration is open for the DTC Wine Sales Management Series, ideal for any winery manager responsible for direct sales, customer service, marketing and customer retention activities. The series includes four weekly, online workshops (each 1.5 hour session 9:00 -10:30 a.m. PST), e-workbook and a 1.5 hour one-on-one coaching session. Online workshop dates for the Q2 series are: April 7, 14, 21 and 28.

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