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05/21/15

A study by Ecotrust, a Portland non-profit, says a more cohesive regional food system will support middle-size producers.

05/21/15

China's impact is partly shaping the U.S. debate over whether Congress should grant Obama greater trade-negotiation authority.

05/21/15

An ordinance coming before the City Council would ban most lawn and landscape watering on back-to-back days, as well as irrigation within 48 hours of any measurable rainfall.

05/21/15

Annual event substantiates superior qualities of Paso Robles AVA in producing Bordeaux varietal wines

05/21/15

Agricultural leaders discuss the impacts of short water, sustaining the Pierce's Disease-GWSS program, and the strengthening U.S. dollar on the California grape industry.

05/21/15

Isolated hail storms in the San Joaquin Valley on May 7 caused spotty damage to some crops in the region.

05/21/15

A group of powerful California farmers who are volunteering to use less water amid the crippling drought have for years operated under an antiquated state system that relies on self-reported, error-riddled records to enforce cutbacks.

05/21/15

The wine industry would benefit from having more irreverent players in the game like Scottish craft brewer BrewDog, according to one key wine communicator.

05/21/15

A new South African wine classification aims to tackle the country's difficulty in building a more upmarket identity for its wines.

05/21/15

A day does not pass without my receiving multiple emails announcing webinars, publications, and workshops focused on talent analytics. Talent analytics has become an important area in both consulting firms and corporations.

05/21/15

The region's premier education center for the art and science of winemaking will be dedicated June 4, 2015, when the Wine Science Center opens at the Tri-Cities campus of Washington State University.

05/21/15

We blind-tasted three cabernet sauvignon wines, one of which (the most expensive) was described by Wine Spectator as "extremely well done ... with style and panache." Our response was somewhat different.

05/21/15

Two of his chardonnays were judged the best from both New and Old World cellars by panels of learned wine experts with credentials that'd make an Army general's fruit salad pale by comparison.

05/21/15

To celebrate the 35th anniversary of when Grgich was dubbed the "King of Chardonnay," Grgich Hills Estate winery put on a Roaring '20s-style gala, with guests donning fedoras and bow ties, feathers and pearls. It was an evening of Grgich Hills Estate wine, dinner by Cindy Pawlcyn, and jazz music highlighted by singer Tony Butala, the lead singer for The Lettermen, a vocal group that started in 1958.

05/21/15

The meeting left unresolved questions about allowing the serving of alcohol at state-sanctioned events in the Capitol, installation of automatic self-service wine dispensers in bars, consumption of bring-you-own-booze at private businesses and potential of banning sale of powdered alcohol products.

05/21/15

Treasure Coast winery making inroads

05/21/15

Changes to the B.C. Liquor Act, which came into effect April 1, are meant to encourage competition

05/21/15

The bad news is that it won't help a bit to alleviate the dreaded Oregon 99W crawl through the cities over Memorial Day weekend, as Portland drivers head to Yamhill County wine country, Spirit Mountain and Chinook Winds casinos and the Oregon coast.

05/21/15

The family owned company was established in 1998, selling grapes and bulk wine to noted wineries around California, until the Lawson family introduced the Victor Vineyards brand in 2013. The name honors the historic village of Victor, where the company's wines are made in a renovated 100-year-old grape cold storage facility

05/21/15

Former chief executive officer of the New Zealand Wine Company (NZWC) has been found guilty on 17 fraud charges in the Auckland High Court

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