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10/31/14

After seven years of debate, finally voters will be able to vote to allow sales of wine in grocery stores. I encourage all of my fellow Tennesseans to vote in favor of this simple legislation.

10/31/14

Hosted by The Winebow Group, the WWLS was held Monday, October 20th, at the Helen Mills event space in Manhattan.

10/31/14

More than 95,600 square miles of California - an area larger than the state of Minnesota - remain in "exceptional" drought. That's the worst drought classification used by the Drought Monitor, which is updated every week and released on Thursday.

10/31/14

Though perhaps not as fashionable as it once was, this tiny wine region in South Australia produces exquisite Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz

10/31/14

To create something genuinely different in any market you need to try and satisfy an "unmet need" that "makes people's lives better" in that sector, according to Greg Lambrecht, founder and inventor of the Coravin wine preservation system

10/31/14

Panos Kakaviatos maps a journey from cartographer to custodian of one of Burgundy's most prestigious vineyards.

10/31/14

Just last year Mumm Napa became the official sparkling wine of the team and Giants Brut Prestige ($27) was created. As the name suggests, the wine is a special bottling of Mumm Napa's Brut Prestige, the winery's most popular Napa Valley sparkling wine, and has a new label featuring the San Francisco Giants' logo.

10/31/14

But how bad is it in 2014, really? A new study suggests it is just a small fry compared to 1934.

10/31/14

Writer and photographer Janis Miglavs will discuss "China: The New Wine Frontier" tonight, Thursday, Oct. 30, at Linfield College. His free talk will start at 7:30 p.m., in T.J. Day Hall, the college's former library.

10/31/14

Vandals claiming allegiance to the French militant winemaker group Comite d'Action Viticole (CAV) have attacked social security offices in Languedoc Roussillon, as tension rises over the level of aid available to hail-struck producers

10/31/14

Owens-Illinois (O-I) has released its financial results for the third quarter ending September 30, 2014, noting volume sales in North America fell 3%, primarily due to continued declines in the major domestic beer brands.

10/30/14

Regional interests across California know exactly which parts of the bond measure could send big bucks their way

10/30/14

Confident he will glide through on Nov. 4, the 76-year-old Democrat has waged a low-key gubernatorial race against his opponent, Republican Neel Kashkari

10/30/14

The Planning Commission had agreed on Sept. 16 to allow the two-year-old winery, located at 555 Main St. in the old Epps Chevrolet space, to expand production from 20,000 to 75,000 gallons and host tours and tastings in a new building on Grayson Avenue, behind A&W

10/30/14

Measure M would ban any new residential subdivisions in the county if the California Department of Transportation determines that any stretch of Highway 50 west of Placerville is at or is forecast to reach gridlock traffic levels

10/30/14

It's the most abundant harvest we've had in the 19 years we've been here."

10/30/14

"This has been the most pleasurable season I've experienced," said Kevin Corliss

10/30/14

Value wines may still dominate Chilean wine consumption in the U.S., but Chile's vintners are striving for better awareness of their higher-end offerings

10/30/14

For CEO Maggie Henriquez, fully communicating the heritage of Krug proved pivotal in changing the fortunes of the brand, writes Richard Woodard.

10/30/14

The $3.65 million project, a collaboration between FLCC and Cornell University, is being largely paid for with state funds. Graduates of FLCC's program will be able to transfer directly into Cornell's four-year viticulture program.

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