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10/24/14

Cultivar selections move forward in field trials; eye toward commercial release

10/24/14

'Garagiste' winemakers from across California pour over four days of events - November 6th to 9th; 50+ from Paso area; The Opening Round returns, features winemakers from Northern CA and Santa Barbara County; The Wine Enthusiast's Matt Kettmann leads 'Taste Like a Pro' Seminar; Tickets on sale now!

10/24/14

four former LCB officials violated the Ethics Act and state Liquor Code when they accepted gifts and lavish trips from liquor vendors and failed to disclose them ...

10/24/14

The Eastern Winery Exposition has partnered with the Eastern Section of the American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV-ES) for a second year and will offer two separate auctions in Syracuse during the 2015 Eastern Winery Exposition (EWE).

10/24/14

Bubbly lovers take note: October 24 (today) has been designated international Champagne Day. Along with special events around the world, champagne lovers are invited to share photos, tasting notes, experiences and videos on social media sites

10/24/14

With tomorrow marking the fifth global #ChampagneDay, db takes a look at world's biggest Champagne export markets.

10/24/14

Scholarships Enable U.S. Sommeliers to Make First Visits to Burgundy

10/24/14

Gagliardo likens the winemakers to bears, in the sense that they can be guarded and gruff. I pointed out that, normally, when you see a bear you run in the other direction. How exactly, I asked, does this help you sell wine?

10/24/14

Continuing its gold medal winning ways in 2014, the 2013 La Chertosa Chardonnay picked up another gold medal, this time at the prestigious 2014 Sonoma County Harvest Fair.

10/24/14

Why do the best wines come from mild grey climates? According to wine expert Charles Smith , wine is produced in these regions because it's the perfect environment to get the grapes right on the edge of fully ripening. When the grapes struggle to ripen, it produces wine with more intensity. These types of grapes produce the best wine, which is why wine is made in the areas that are conducive to these climates.

10/24/14

The prestigious World Association of Wine Writers and Journalists' list of 2014 Top 100 Wineries ranks the Columbia Gorge winery as No. 10 globally and No. 2 in the U.S.

10/24/14

If you were happily building a life and winemaking career in Napa Valley - the heart of the American fine wine industry - would you move to Idaho to start a winery?

10/24/14

Exchange Bank on reported third-quarter net income of $4.56 million, up 3 percent from $4.4 million a year before.

10/24/14

Cider has become America's fastest-growing alcoholic beverage segment, though still tiny compared to the nation's beer market. Even so, North Coast winemakers last month got the sobering news that for the first half of the year, cider sales increased by 3.4 million cases, or 69 percent, compared to an increase of 2.5 million cases for wine, or 1.5 percent.

10/24/14

The Washington Department of Agriculture is searching for gypsy moth eggs in a crowded Seattle neigh

10/24/14

Wil Fernandez's Multimedia Portrayal of a Year in Santa Barbara Wine Country

10/24/14

The winemaker for Bolgheri estate Ornellaia has said the term 'second wine' should be phased out to convince consumers that they are not just second best.

10/24/14

Tesco has been found to have overstated its profits by £263m, £14m more than first thought, as it revealed today that its post-tax profits are down 92%.

10/24/14

A tropical Chardonnay with a "smoke-edged crème brûlée effect", a manzanilla and a "wacky" white Russian make for an eclectic set of wine recommendations.

10/24/14

Israeli researchers are hunting for forgotten grapevines in hopes of discovering the wines of ancient Judea

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