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05/22/15

A spokesman says the companies that employ West Coast dockworkers have approved a proposed contract that restored labor peace to sea ports that had all but stopped moving cargo earlier this year.

05/22/15

An earthquake of magnitude 4.1 occurred at 7:53 p.m. Thursday evening, the U.S. Geological Survey reported

05/22/15

A second-annual day of immersion in wine packaging is scheduled for Aug. 19 in the former Copia building in the bustling Oxbow district of Napa

05/22/15

2015 marks the ninth annual Sonoma Wine Country Weekend

05/22/15

Last year, Vintuitive Winemaking Tools (formerly Vinnovation LLC) introduced the next generation of wine pumpover technology with its patent-pending LOTUS pumpover head. Manufactured locally in the Napa Valley using stainless steel and food-grade polyurethane, the device gently and uniformly distributes juice in tanks of any size without excessive bruising or misting. Now, Vintuitive announces a revolutionary addition to the LOTUS line.

05/22/15

Kerry Murphy purchased all ownership interests of co-founder Michael Verlander, who is no longer affiliated with DuMOL, according to an announcment from the winery

05/22/15

Franciscan Vineyards of Napa Valley, California, which owns the trademarks used by Ravenswood Winery, filed an opposition to HBO's trademark

05/22/15

performance represented a 1.3% drop from the previous year and the third straight year of decline. On the positive side, the category is tracking with the overall market in showing strength at the high end

05/22/15

Gérard Bertrand brand rose 30% to 130,000 cases in the U.S. in 2014, and the label's namesake projects it to reach 200,000 cases ...

05/22/15

The reduced 2015 crop in New Zealand has exacerbated the on-going squeeze of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc grapes, says Cloudy Bay Estate Director Ian Morden

05/22/15

Sainsbury's has teamed up with the University of Adelaide to part-fund wine research at a new wine innovation centre in Australia that will look at developing lower alcohol wines.

05/22/15

Erica Harrop, President and founder of Global Package LLC, is pleased to welcome Anne-Marie Ammann back to the Global Package team. Ammann will be working as part of the sales team to provide customers with glass options from around the world.

05/22/15

Allen Wine Group LLP (www.allenwine.com) is pleased to announce that it has named Sandy O'Shea a partner in the firm. Founded by Timothy Allen, Allen Wine Group is a leading wine industry business advisory firm that provides a complete range of accounting services, including CFO, controller, and bookkeeping services exclusively to the wine industry.

05/22/15

hired Elizabeth Vianello as director ...

05/22/15

The Eagle Point Winery, once hailed as the vanguard of investment cash flowing into the Thousand Islands area, has closed for good. Tom Lawler, former operations manager, said the winery has sold off all of its wine-making equipment and the property on Escott-Rockport Road is for sale.

05/22/15

Plus, designer Zac Posen brings florals to Ecco Domani, Israeli teenagers unearth a centuries-old wine press, and Duckhorn buys Three Palms Vineyard

05/22/15

Today, Vivino announced that the company's user community has grown to 10 million worldwide. Wine lovers have been using Vivino's application to discover and share new styles and labels via crowd-sourced reviews and ratings since it launched in 2011.

05/22/15

Washington's first winery opened in the 1870s, but Washington wine wasn't really a serious business until a tall, lanky researcher from Oklahoma showed up in the 1930s and began to realize the possibilities of viticulture in Eastern Washington.

05/22/15

The 12th Annual Paso Pinot & Paella Festival is nearly sold out with a few tickets remaining, organizers say. The event will be held on Sunday June 7, in the Templeton Community Park. Paso Robles pinot noir producers are offering an afternoon of great wine, exceptional food and unmatched fun to support youth arts in San Luis Obispo County. Joining 20 pinot noir producers are Central Coast chefs, with live Spanish-beat music by returning band, Incendio.

05/22/15

While agriculture may seem small compared to the entire California economy, it has a big impact on commerce in the San Joaquin Valley, long the nation's leading region for agricultural production.

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