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07/31/14

Jordan Vineyard & Winery is the first business in Sonoma County to achieve Fish Friendly Ranching® certification, a new program that helps preserve both the aquatic ecosystem and terrestrial wildlife habitats at livestock ranches.

07/31/14

Steelhead Vineyards of Sonoma County is introducing sophisticated new packaging for its wines this summer with a sleek new look that broadens consumer appeal for its super-premium wines. The new packaging also strengthens Steelhead's identity with environmental causes.

07/31/14

The roller-coaster ride of Coravin since its launch last year is on another upward swing, according to inventor Greg Lambrecht.

07/31/14

Work crews were up before dawn Wednesday picking grapes along Silverado Trail, marking an early harvest season for the North Coast wine industry.

07/31/14

As red blends have expanded Washington's landscape, talented winemakers continue to explore the boundaries -- if any -- of this style of wine.

07/31/14

Some of Chile's biggest wine producers are working to revive the Pais grape that arrived in the country with Spanish colonisers but has since lost favour to more modern international varieties.

07/31/14

France's Senate has backed tougher rules on pesticide spraying following concerns about residues drifting into nearby villages from vineyards, but the house rejected campaigners' calls for mandatory pesticide-free zones.

07/31/14

The Australian Taxation Office has warned the wine industry not to abuse the system by unfairly claiming hundreds of thousands of tax rebates each year.

07/31/14

Envelope pushing wine bar chain Vinoteca has started serving Riesling from a keg and is the first London venue to pioneer the trend.

07/31/14

Whether you're an amateur brewer, keen to improve your beer taste buds or have ambitions to open your own brewery, one of these books is sure to tickle your fancy.

07/31/14

Argentina is on the brink of defaulting on debt payments for a second time in 13 years over a dispute with hedge fund investors - such a default could seriously damage the country's wine industry.

07/31/14

Broadland Wineries has signed a deal with single serve PET wine glass Singlz as exclusive UK distributor for the brand, which it will fill with its own wines from its Norfolk base.

07/31/14

The Rutherford County Election Commission notified Red White and Food that the required number of signatures have been turned in to hold a referendum on the Nov. 4 ballot, according to the press release from McNeely, Pigott & Fox.

07/31/14

With the US being the largest world market for boxed wines, adding an incremental 84 million units between 2012 and 2017*, it's a dance worth learning for both producers and consumers.

07/31/14

Voters in Kingsport and Bristol will have the chance to vote whether or not they want wine to be sold in grocery stores. To get the issues on the ballot in November, each city needs ten percent of voters to sign a petition and there are petitions filed in Kingsport, Bristol, Church Hill, Elizabethton, Unicoi and Johnson City and according to Sullivan County Administrator of Elections Jason Booher, the signatures are in for 2 cities in the county, "

07/31/14

While much is made in the global wine industry of the importance of emerging markets, a recent report has warned that growth is still available in the more mature markets for those willing to innovate - be it in wine styles, marketing or distribution.

07/31/14

In the report, the bank's Food & Agribusiness Research team says that, with growth in mainstream demand for wine noticeably shifting towards new markets and consumers, the current challenge for wine companies is how to adapt to an evolving consumer landscape. In Rabobank's view, fortune favors the brave, as market segmentation ushers in a new wave of innovation in global wine styles, marketing and distribution.

07/31/14

Craft beer gets plenty of attention and promotion in North Carolina. But the state also has a lively wine scene that is constantly adding new players of all sizes. The mountains are home to more than a dozen wineries, including America's most-visited (Biltmore in Asheville) and the nation's smallest (Calaboose Cellars in Andrews, with just 300 square feet).

07/31/14

Finger Lakes winery owners argue the potential for accidents and industrialization could threaten the numerous vineyards that surround the southern tip of Seneca Lake

07/31/14

The small number of beer and wine distributors in Montana belies the outsized impact the industry has on the state's economy, particularly in southwest Montana, according to new research by the University of Montana's Bureau of Business and Economic Research.

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