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12/17/14

The chief executive of Penfolds owner Treasury Wine Estates has said that more than a quarter of the firm's wine brands could be 'retired' or put into joint-ventures with other companies.

12/17/14

Russia's deteriorating economy is likely to mean significantly higher wine prices for consumers, according to its deputy prime minister.

12/17/14

Will next year's Bordeaux futures campaign see a large scale return to the market of US buyers and how might that affect the campaign in the face of calls for more cuts?

12/17/14

Taiwan's wine imports have grown by 27% per year between 2008 and 2012, and are expected to remain in double digit growth until 2017.

12/17/14

'Not too hot, not too cold, not too much rain'

12/17/14

Encore Vineyards Ltd, spearheaded by British Columbia's most renowned wine industry pioneer, Harry McWatters, is offering an ownership opportunity to people interested in becoming a part of a fully-integrated wine company.

12/17/14

"I think it's going to be great for Oregon," says Tom Burns

12/17/14

A Handsome-Looking Bottle Is No Longer Enough

12/17/14

"Herb was seen as a hero of sorts in the local community."

12/17/14

"We can confirm that Roy Danis is no longer managing director ..."

12/17/14

A Texas court has ruled in favour of Diageo and against a Canadian whiskey rival in a trademark lawsuit over its Crown Royal brand.

12/17/14

"We're moving into unknown territory." That's how California Farm Bureau Federation President Paul Wenger described the future of groundwater management come Jan. 1, when new state laws known collectively as the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act take effect.

12/17/14

For the past year, the Nobelity Project, which Pipkin started about 10 years ago, has been bringing water to schools in the African country, whether it's via rainwater collection, pipelines or wells, Pipkin said.

12/17/14

Early Bird Pricing a Great Opportunity for Gift Giving

12/17/14

The acquisition, which would reduce the number of major players in the New York area from three to two, has elicited protests from merchants and independent distributors.

12/17/14

An anti-alcohol group in France could make the country an international laughing stock by demanding ridiculous limitations on wine marketing

12/16/14

The courtroom battle between Australian wine educator and media personality Champagne Jayne and the France's Comité Interprofessionnel du Vin de Champagne (CIVC) over her use of the word 'Champagne' resumed in Melbourne's Federal Court today. Champagne Jayne is the business name and trademark of Rachel Jayne Powell, who has been passionately promoting champagne as a wine expert, broadcaster, journalist and presenter for more than ten yearsAmongst other accolades Ms Powell has been awarded the title of Dame Chevalier of the Ordre des Coteaux de Champagne and won a Gourmand World Wine Book Award in Paris for her book 'Champagnes, Behind the Bubbles'.

12/16/14

November another good month for wineries based on metrics

12/16/14

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Napa Valley announced today that it is launching a $4 million fundraising campaign to construct a new clubhouse in American Canyon. The Napa Valley Vintners (NVV) nonprofit trade association presented the group with an early Christmas gift by pledging $2 million from Auction Napa Valley proceeds to seed the project

12/16/14

More than 90% of the wines are from the highly anticipated 2013 vintage.

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