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02/26/15

A Washington Research Council report says raises in minimum wages hinder more than help state economies and workers.

02/26/15

US wine exports dropped below the US$1.5bn mark last year from their record high in 2013, with shipments to many major markets affected by the strong dollar.

02/26/15

US-based consumers have continued their resurgence as wine auction buyers, accounting for 84% of lots sold at the latest Acker, Merrall & Condit sale.

02/26/15

A man who writes about the wine industry and another known for the grapes he's grown are among those in line as honorees during the 28th annual Auction of Washington Wines coming this summer.

02/26/15

We chat with two Southwest Florida Wine & Food Fest chefs about partaking in this prestigious fundraiser.

02/26/15

World class wine expert Doug Frost was in town for the Oregon Wine Symposium this week to share tips with vintners on how to make the perfect bottle.

02/26/15

More than 20 wine marketing students from Texas Tech University are mixing up cocktails, using wine instead of whiskey, gin or rum, hoping to create a gold medal combination.

02/26/15

Jörn Kleinhans, owner of Wine Elite Sommelier Co., explains that getting more from the wine currently in your rack, cellar, or shopping cart relies heavily on the tools you use before you even take a sip.

02/26/15

With tobacco farms closing and coal mines shutting down, the Bluegrass State is pinning its hopes on the fruit of the vine

02/26/15

China has overtaken France and Italy as the world's largest consumer of red wine

02/26/15

US wine critic Robert Parker has announced he will no longer be responsible for tasting the Bordeaux en primeurs at The Wine Advocate

02/26/15

A federal judge appears close to ruling on a local Indian tribe's efforts to seek federal recognition, with potential future implications for Napa Valley land use.

02/26/15

Thirty-two states already allow restaurants and companies that make home deliveries of food to offer beer and wine as well

02/26/15

A man who writes about the wine industry and another known for the grapes he's grown are among those in line as honorees during the 28th annual Auction of Washington Wines coming this summer.

02/26/15

... the actions of third parties who obtained samples of two patented plant varieties in an unauthorized manner and planted them in their farms did not constitute a public use

02/26/15

For years, Kansas City has required certain employees to obtain an employee liquor permit. Now, the city is considering nixing that requirement.

02/26/15

to enjoy more water, half of Californians would dump protections for the Delta and its fish and wildlife?

02/26/15

Dan Jago, who was suspended from his role as Tesco's director of wine, spirits and beer at the height of the fallout from the £263 million shortfall in the retailer's profits, is being reinstated and will return to the retailer in a new role on March 9.

02/26/15

.... a lot of momentum, indicating not only the demand for Napa wines but also the higher and higher prices that the trade - and presumably their customers - are willing to pay

02/26/15

The Auction of Washington Wines is pleased to announce the lineup of honorees for its 28th annual weekend of events August 13-15, 2015. Andy Perdue, who's been covering the wine industry as a journalist for many years, is Honorary Chair; Dick Shaw, founder of Shaw Vineyards, is Honorary Grower; and DeLille Cellars, a leading winemaker in Washington state for more than 20 years, is Honorary Vintner.

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