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12/17/14

California firm founded by Jess Jackson invests in country's growing wine business

12/17/14

One of Washington's most storied wineries is planting its first estate vineyard - and it will be in the southern Walla Walla Valley. Betz Family Winery, launched in 1997 by Master of Wine Bob Betz, has purchased land in SeVein, a young vineyard region near Milton-Freewater, Ore., that already is producing grapes for some of the world's finest red wines.

12/17/14

During cross examination of Ms Powell by the CIVC's barrister a small selection of video clips of champagne tasting functions presented by her in the name of Champagne Jayne was shown. In each case presented, the function commenced with a blind tasting of an Australian sparkling wine. The CIVC's view is that in doing this Ms Powell is promoting wines other than Champagne as well as causing those attending the functions to confuse Australian sparkling wine with Champagne

12/17/14

The Dusi family helped lay down the foundation of a now burgeoning wine industry in a time when all deals were cemented with a handshake and a reputation. Dante and his family helped establish the area as a premium wine growing region

12/17/14

during festival weekend Jan. 23-25 at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort

12/17/14

Constellation Brands, Inc. announced today that it has finalized the joint venture with Owens-Illinois and has completed the acquisition of Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV's state-of-the-art glass production plant, which is located adjacent to Constellation's brewery in Nava, Coahuila, Mexico. Constellation has also purchased from ABI a high-density warehouse, land and rail infrastructure at the same site.

12/17/14

Corcelettes Estate Winery is set to start the new year off with a bang. Having recently acquired Herder Winery and Vineyards, 2015 marks the start of a new era for Corcelettes Winery. Early in the new year, the Corcelettes team will begin the move from their current location in Cawston to their new location, the previous home of Herder Winery in Keremeos.

12/17/14

Veteran wine publicist launches Holiday Wine News

12/17/14

5,200-case winery to develop estate property in Walla Walla Valley

12/17/14

The 2011 vintage has heightened interest in fine Ports, but along with vintage there are fine old Tawnies, Colheitas and White Ports to discover.

12/17/14

Napa Merlot took a beating in the 2004 film "Sideways", but W. Blake Gray finds it in rude health and easy to love.

12/17/14

At a time when radio is desperately trying to create unique experiences for listeners, one radio show is adding touch, taste, smell and feel to the listening experience. Grape Encounters Radio host David Wilson has been filling listener's ears for six years with unique ways they can play with their wine and now he's ready to pour it on. Literally.

12/17/14

Water-logged Northern California is getting ready for another round of rain. Forecasters say Tuesday evening's commute will be a wet one in the San Francisco Bay Area and elsewhere in the region, as another storm system moves in.

12/17/14

Could it be 2012 all over again? That's the year Santa Rosa was drenched by nearly 10 inches of rain in December before Mother Nature abruptly turned off the tap, continuing the three-year drought that still hasn't ended, despite another soggy December.

12/17/14

The recently approved $1.1 trillion federal spending bill contains a lot to please agriculture.

12/17/14

Five San Diego County tribes filed a lawsuit 45 years ago against two California agencies and the U.S. government for diverting most of the water from the San Luis Rey River.

12/17/14

The built-up sludge behind the dam is going to be left in place, planted with native trees and grasses, and surrounded with a rock berm, which should allow the reservoir to revert to nature once the dam is removed next year.

12/17/14

Oregon Secretary of State Kate Brown has certified a recount that shows Measure 92 was defeated by 837 votes.

12/17/14

Feeling the economic aftershocks of the Aug. 24 earthquake, Napa Valley lodging revenue dipped slightly in August and September, but rebounded in October, according to Clay Gregory, CEO of Visit Napa Valley.

12/17/14

According to Karen Clark & Co., 40 percent of the $1 billion in losses was residential, and the rest was from both commercial and industrial buildings.

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