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09/16/14

Wine Business Monthly announces the first Innovation + Quality conference (IQ 2015), a one-of-a-kind event and tradeshow for ultra-premium wineries. IQ 2015 will take place March 4, 2015 at Charles Krug Winery in the Napa Valley.

09/16/14

Wines Vines Analytics reports Oregon wineries grow fastest

09/16/14

Jury selection and evidence hearings have begun in the lawsuit between St. Louis wholesaler Major Brands Inc. and liquor maker Diageo North America Inc.

09/16/14

The Supreme Judicial Court said Monday that Tesla Motors Inc. can continue selling its pricey electric vehicles directly to consumers out of its showroom at the Natick Mall, next to stores that sell clothing, jewelry, and perfume

09/16/14

"I didn't know it was illegal to use volunteers at a winery; it's a common practice."

09/16/14

It's not a done deal though ...

09/16/14

SABMiller is the FTSE 100's biggest gainer today, after it emerged that the group had made an offer to acquire Heineken. It's widely speculated that this offer was made to fend off an offer from SAB's much larger peer, Anheuser Busch Inbev SA. Indeed, it has emerged within the past few hours, that AB InBev could be talking to banks about arranging roughly £75bn of financing to acquire SAB

09/16/14

Shares of Altria (NYSE:MO) have surged during the past few months, as the tobacco sector as a whole has got a lift from the Reynolds/Lorillard deal. However, the company has also been given a boost as merger talk once again surrounds SABMiller plc (ADR)(OTCPK:SBMRY).

09/16/14

The biggest brewer in the world already controlled Modelo with a 50 percent stake, and sealing its ownership would do little to change the competitive landscape.

09/16/14

Chateau de Pommard in Burgundy has been sold to American digital entrepreneur Michael Baum

09/16/14

A local company thinks its new technology for isolating a room or a portion of it from violent earthquake motion enough to protect priceless ancient statues in a museum could also save tall tanks and stacks of barrels such as those that twisted, toppled and ruptured in the recent south Napa major shaker

09/16/14

Efforts in the California Legislature to provide Napa County residents and government agencies some relief from the Aug. 24 earthquake stalled before the session lapsed Aug. 29, and will have to be brought back in December or January.

09/16/14

Three Sonoma Valley creeks, and two in the counties of Solano and Napa, saw increases in water flow after the quake, according to the local Press Democrat. U.S. Geological Survey hydrologist Tom Holzer said the Survey has received reports of eight streams flowing more than usual.

09/16/14

As the first half of September comes to a close we are likely to be saying goodbye to the extreme heat. Conditions over the past two weeks brought near record temperatures in some locations, especially in the inner valleys of California and Oregon. Many of these areas remain on track for record heat accumulation numbers for 2014. However locations with coastal influences saw marine layers strengthen and temperatures at or near normal over the last couple of weeks. Eastern Washington also saw temperatures closer to normal due to cooler nights.

09/16/14

A late warm spell in Bordeaux has put a smile on the faces of producers as the harvest begins.

09/16/14

AVF awarded five grants to graduate students conducting viticulture and enology research at University of California Davis and Fresno State.

09/16/14

Agency officials review well over 100,000 labels and thousands of formulas each year ...

09/16/14

Oregon wine grapes could go unpressed and it's Congress' fault, said Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden on Monday. In a release urging congressional action on a package of expired tax breaks known as tax extenders, the Beaver State Democrat uses the state's wine industry as an example of why Congress should act.

09/16/14

The PLCB regulates the distribution of beverage alcohol and also operates more than 600 Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores statewide.

09/16/14

Some estimates peg Maine's liquor losses to New Hampshire at more than 100,000 cases, or about $30 million per year. When Maine re-bid the state's spirits contracts early this year, the intent was to claw back some of those sales by lowering prices in the state and keeping Maine liquor consumers home

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