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08/24/16

Water reservations in Oregon's Hood River basin, which allow for new water rights development, have been renewed for 20 years.

08/24/16

A tax reimbursement credit that was passed by the Idaho Legislature in 2014 with the support of farm groups has survived a court challenge by a company that claimed it harmed their business by helping a competitor.

08/24/16

Officials from the California Water Resources Control Board held a workshop and "information fair" to prepare landowners for new regulations for reporting diversions that could take effect as soon as Jan. 1, 2017, depending on the size of the diversion.

08/24/16

For agricultural workers, the threshold required to get overtime pay is currently 10 hours a day.

08/24/16

The drinks business are now taking final entries for this years Global Chardonnay Masters.

08/24/16

California's Stanford University has revised its student liquor policy and banned hard liquor on campus following a sexual assault involving a student.

08/24/16

With sensors in vineyard and hoop house, WSU researcher analyzes effects on fruit and leaves

08/24/16

If we eat with our eyes first, it's the same for drinking. We see before we sniff or taste, so color sometimes colors our perception of certain types of beverages. There are so many tints for wine, and a few trends, too - like blue wine?!

08/24/16

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), in collaboration with the Georgian National Tourism Administration, is organizing the 1st UNWTO Global Conference on Wine Tourism in the Kakheti wine region of Georgia on 7-9 September 2016.

08/24/16

Sixteen years ago, when Chris Coker first started his career as a sommelier, Baltimore's community of wine professionals was practically nonexistent

08/24/16

In 2015, Larson launched her business, Virtual Vines. The company provides direct-to-consumer sales and marketing services for wineries

08/24/16

One of the most harmful aspects of rating wine by using numbers is that it leads to an overwhelming consumer demand for high scores over distinctive characteristics.

08/24/16

Wine drinkers will see Champagne prices rise over the next few years, but there's no need to panic about a shortage following this year's frost-hit harvest, say producers

08/24/16

This process is not as easy as it may seem. Here are five things I discovered while observing behind the scenes.

08/24/16

The one-time conversion fee of $30,000 leaves hundreds of E license holders around the state, like Baker, with some thinking - and calculating - to do.

08/24/16

A dearly departed cat is behind a chic new vegan cocktail bar

08/24/16

really? they're embracing wines in cans, like ManCan?

08/24/16

Welcome to the second annual Batalla del Vino.

08/24/16

Patrick Cappiello, the award-winning wine director at Rebelle in New York City, regularly drinks some of the best wines in the world, but we wanted him to drink like us everyday folk. So we went to the supermarket and stocked up on six sparkling wines that cost less than $15: Cook's, Martini, Trader Joe's Blanc, Sofia, Korbel and Piper Sonoma

08/23/16

AB 1066, introduced by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez (D-San Diego), squeezed out of the Senate floor with a 21-14 vote. It is now headed back to the Assembly, where it faces its most passionate opposition, for a final vote

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