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07/01/16

The new Southern Glazer's will be the U.S. market's largest wine and spirits distributor by far, distributing more than 150 million cases of wine and spirits annually, employing more than 20,000 people and operating in 44 states plus the District of Columbia, the Caribbean, and Canada. Total revenues are at more than $15 billion.

07/01/16

Mendocino Wine Company, owners of Parducci Wine Cellars, Mendocino's longest running winery, has purchasedthe wine portfolio of OFFbeat Brands. Zin-Phomaniac, Tie-Dye, Jellybean and Slices Sangria, join the Mendocino Wine Company's brands

07/01/16

Hyde de Villaine has bought the winery and vineyard in Napa that have been its rented home since 2003.

07/01/16

This is an important decision for wineries who purchase "blanket licenses" from PROs in order to play music at their venue

07/01/16

Ram's Gate Winery is seeking $2 million in damages and unspecified additional amounts ...

07/01/16

The Villa, formerly a Trefethen family residence, offers unique winery experience

07/01/16

Reagan Rombauer Blackwood, granddaughter of founder Koerner Rombauer, has joined Rombauer Vineyards as Assistant Regional Sales Representative, becoming the first member of the family's third generation to be employed at the 36-year-old Napa Valley winery.

07/01/16

Rodney Strong Wine Estates has announced that Christopher O'Gorman has been named Director of Communications for their Sonoma County winery. O'Gorman will manage the communication team, which oversees internal and external communications, social media, and wine education

07/01/16

To become Green Business certified, Scott Laboratories successfully brought all operations at their Petaluma facilities up to compliance with local environmental regulations. They also went beyond local compliance to meet the standards for the Sonoma Green Business Program.

07/01/16

When Dario Sattui re-launched V. Sattui Winery in March 1976, it was the realization of a life-long dream that continues today as he celebrates 40 years in the business.

07/01/16

Chef Geoffrey Zakarian Joins Beringer as Culinary Ambassador

07/01/16

The signs help upgrade visibility of local businesses and welcome visitors to the Eola-Amity Hills winegrowing region

07/01/16

Winery's Popular Visitor Center Moving August 1 To "The Stomping Ground" Development in Gilroy.

07/01/16

The second-generation winemaker has taken a mom-and-pop operation that was barely visible in the 1990s and has not only turned it into a powerhouse, but he's also helped guide the Washington wine industry into a better direction.

07/01/16

From poverty and early death of his mother in Mexico, Jesus Limon became an orchard owner in Washington.

07/01/16

Oregon Department of Agriculture Director Katy Coba recently returned from a trade mission to Ukraine and Romania, which she reports are hungry for U.S. agricultural investment.

07/01/16

The blooms, sometimes called blue-green algae, are caused by toxin-producing bacteria and often form a green paint-like scum on the surface of the water that can cause health problems for humans and can kill livestock.

07/01/16

As wine hits the shelves in grocery stores across East Tennessee starting July 1, local liquor stores are finding ways to stay competitive, hoping their customer base will stay loyal.

07/01/16

Starting in 2012, Monterey County winemakers experienced a three-year economic boom, with above-average wine grape production and values, generating $247 million in 2014, the peak year. Last year, however, grapes dropped by 25 percent in value-to the lowest they've been since 2011-after heat and dry weather affected grape-growing areas.

07/01/16

A recent invitation to talk about how Napa Valley established its strong brand at a Midwestern wine marketing conference, License to Steal, also provided me a chance to visit a slice of wine country far removed from Napa - in many ways.

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