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Earth Day Events at California Wineries
Celebrations all over the map and calendar
Sweeping Changes in Proposed NYSLA Bill Include Expansion for Craft
Stay tuned for an update on the final outcome of this process because the politics and the lobbying from all sides may be fierce; especially over provisions softening the three-tier system in NY
Atlanta Wine Collector Accuses London Merchant of Selling Fakes; Sues for $25 Million
Julian LeCraw Jr. says Antique Wine Company sold him a faux Château d'Yquem 1787
Interview, Part 1: Total Wine Aims For $3B In Sales Within Five Years
"We plan to continue expanding with 12 to 15 new stores a year. In 2013, we had $1.5 billion in revenue, and we plan to be at $2 billion in 2015, and $3 billion in 2019."
Powdered alcohol approval was an error
A product called "Palcohol" gained widespread attention online in recent days after it was reported that the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau approved the powdered alcohol, including vodka and rum varieties. But a representative for the federal bureau, Tom Hogue, said in an email to The Associated Press late Monday that the approvals were issued in error
Napa County Residents Invited to Spend an Afternoon in the Vineyards
The 14th Annual Afternoon in the Vineyards, co-hosted by the Napa Valley Vintners and the Napa Valley Grapegrowers, will take place on Saturday, May 3 from 2 to 4 p.m. at six locations throughout Napa County
Le vin en rose - sales of rose surge in France
Nine out of 10 French wine drinkers now enjoy the occasional glass of rosé, according to a recent survey.
Lack of qualified workers leads owner of Falmouth wine shop to close after 22 years
After several tough years through the Great Recession, it was "heartbreaking" to call it quits just as things were trending upward
Argentina's harvest down by 20%
Winemakers across Argentina say heavy rain and low temperatures in February have impacted this year's harvest, with white production down by as much as 30%
Antique Wine Company sued over 'fake' Yquem
London-based fine wine merchant, the Antique Wine Company, is accused of selling an American wine collector thousands of dollars worth of fake Bordeaux
Juiced: How to Make Mass-Produced Wine Taste Great
Million-­gallon batches are cooked up in ­behemoth factories in Australia or California's less-dreamy-­sounding Central Valley and made of grapes that come from just about anywhere. And vintners are under constant pressure to find new ways to save money
New York: Internet sales sparks new wine war
Currently, only a select number of websites have been given the authority to sell wine to New York state residents. For example, companies such as Fresh Direct and have received licenses to sell wine on the Internet.
New app aims to combat counterfeit wine in Chinese market
Margaret River's McHenry Hohnen Wine will be the first winery to utilise the technology
A Wine Critic's Realm Isn't a Democracy, by Eric Asimov
Should wine critics allow their personal preferences to color their critical views? Or should they remain neutral on questions regarding a wine's style, regardless of how they feel about it?
Small-scale Champagne growers under threat, says union president
The president of the Champagne growers union, Pascal Ferat, says he is concerned that many small-scale, family-owned producers could disappear in the next few years.
A pinot noir manifesto calls for balanced wines, by Laurie Daniel
The question is a tricky one, because balance is in the eye of the beholder
Napa's Top 10 Vintages Part 2
To help choose Napa's top 10 vintages, we asked two men with long careers at the epicenter: Tim Mondavi, longtime winemaker at Robert Mondavi Winery and now proprietor of Continuum (pictured right); and Andy Beckstoffer, owner of Beckstoffer Vineyards, and the largest grower of premium grapes in Napa Valley
Florida students trying to take toxins out of wine
It's something that could take the "happy" right out of your happy hour. Tiny cancer-causing toxins are likely in that glass of wine you may enjoy. The problem starts in the vineyard where ochratoxin is secreted by vineyard mold. It's a mold that grows in a warm, humid environment
California Wine Museum Hopes to Open in 2015
Facility would highlight state history, serve as Sonoma County wine center
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