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05/06/15

Tom's career began at Freemark Abbey, an experience he calls "a great job, and a great honor." In 1978, Tom became the founding winemaker at Duckhorn Vineyards. After 22 vintages of creating some of Napa's most celebrated wines, Tom helped launch Provenance Vineyards and Hewitt Vineyard

05/06/15

Ossia (from the Italian phrase o sia or 'let it be') is a natural, non-GMO, wine yeast strain that has been selected for its inability to produce H2S during fermentation; simultaneously eliminating this potential source of H2S contamination and enabling the full aroma and complex character of the vintage to develop unhindered.

05/06/15

The intensive one-day workshop will guide students through the Deductive Tasting Method developed by CMS-A.

05/06/15

latter-day moonshiners want to be able to sell up to three bottles of their booze to visitors to their tasting rooms

05/06/15

All Proceeds Benefit At-Risk and Underprivileged Children

05/06/15

The program will be offered as a weeklong intensive, allowing students who travel from out of town to attend all the seminars necessary to earn either the Direct to Consumer or the Wine Industry Finance and Accounting Certificates. The program will be offered June 22nd through 26th on the Sonoma State campus in Rohnert Park, one hour north of San Francisco.

05/06/15

Winesellers Ltd. announced a new agreement to be the exclusive U.S. importer and marketer for family-owned Murdoch James Estate of Martinborough, New Zealand. The agreement between the Sager and Fraser families represents an expansion of the Winesellers Ltd. portfolio with one of Martinborough's pioneering wineries.

05/06/15

Gary Farrell Winery has named Emery Bodell to the newly created position of tasting room and business development manager. Bodell brings many years of experience with luxury wine brands and business development to the Russian River Valley winery, where she will be overseeing the tasting room, visitation programs and the winery-direct sales team.

05/06/15

Second consecutive frigid winter proves tough on grapevines producing eastern wine

05/06/15

The first big day on Washington grape growers' calendar is expected to pass without incident - and that makes everyone in the state's wine industry happy.

05/06/15

When the world's top wines become increasingly unaffordable, Richard Hemming asks where do you turn for value?

05/06/15

As part of wildfire awareness week, state officials stopped at the Cal Fire Sonoma Air Attack Base at the Sonoma County airport Tuesday to press the need for fire prevention in this water-starved state.

05/06/15

The proposed conservation targets are assigned on per-capita water use in homes last summer, hitting hardest in inland and desert communities that have large lawns.

05/06/15

Lawmakers in Oregon are considering a bill that would close a loophole in funding regulations for water projects.

05/06/15

If it passes, it's unclear whether the ban would have any teeth - the Oregon Legislature in 2013 prohibited ballot measures and local governments' GMO bans. According to the measure's backers, a local food system ordinance would pre-empt that state law.

05/06/15

Southern Idaho groundwater users failed to acquire enough water to mitigate for an 89,000-acre-foot

05/06/15

Growers in California and Florida now have a FMC fungicide available with a new mode of action for disease management in almonds, grapes, strawberries, and tomatoes. FMC's Fracture fungicide, now registered for use in California and Florida, is a new broad spectrum, biological fungicide labeled for the prevention and control of powdery mildew, botrytis, and brown rot blossom blight. The company says Fracture complements synthetic fungicides, expands growers' options, and can help extend the lifespan of other chemistries.

05/06/15

From a Napa church through downtown and to the City Hall steps, the chant rang out Sunday afternoon from some 200 marchers: "Si se puede!" "Yes we can!"

05/06/15

Thieves have got away with an estimated £100,000 of fine wine after smashing their way into a warehouse owned by UK merchant Berry Bros & Rudd.

05/06/15

Liv-ex's fine wine indices saw small rises in April with Bordeaux seeing very small gains off-set, for once, by a slight lag in the performance of other regions.

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