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11/21/14

From a "budget-friendly Syrah" and $60 Californian "grand cru-level" Chardonnay to a $360 Burgundy grand cru, this week's roundup features a wine to suit all tastes and wallets.

11/21/14

The 18 to 34 year-old age group is partial to sweeter wines, with 44% of wine buyers believing they're better quality than drier ones, but few UK brands have "attacked this space", says Mintel.

11/21/14

President Barack Obama 's move to potentially offer legal-worker status to several million undocumented immigrants will send unpredictable ripples through the U.S. economy, prompting many to seek higher-paying jobs and heightening competition for positions in a number of sectors, economists say.

11/21/14

Arthur Goldman, the Philadelphia-area lawyer charged with illegally reselling wine, said 2,447 bottles seized and slated to be disposed of by Pennsylvania state police were just for him and his wife.

11/21/14

On Oct. 18 a Peninsula Township community police officer pulled over a limousine bus being used for what proved to be an unlicensed wine tour on Old Mission Peninsula.

11/21/14

The good news: Fine weather in September helped diligent producers harvest a smaller, but healthy crop.

11/21/14

A small Sonoma Coast grower takes on the Carneros sparkling wine house over two trademarked vineyards with similar names

11/21/14

The Company generated a profit in Q2 2015 of $116,320, a substantial improvement from the Q2 2014 loss of $2,431,770. Sales for Q2 2015 were $5,863,300 compared to $5,255,155 for Q2 2014, representing an increase of 11.6%.

11/21/14

While the Wisconsin wine industry has seen explosive growth over the past decade, local vintners have had problems getting their wines into restaurants. But that could all be changing.

11/21/14

Sonoma County planning officials are poised to take unprecedented action Thursday against Bella Vineyards, halting all events and wine-cave tasting at the embattled Healdsburg-area winery after officials accused its owners of operating outside of county zoning rules for more than a decade.

11/21/14

Soon after China and Australia sign their free trade agreement, Australian wine, which will get preferential treatment and potentially even zero tariffs from China, will likely see explosive growth and may even replace France as the top exporter of wine importer to China, the Shanghai-based China Business News reports, citing Cong Riguang, general manager of the Shenzhen Wine Association.

11/21/14

Empire Wine "will continue to fight" the New York State Liquor Authority after its lawsuit against the agency was dismissed by the State Supreme Court on Thursday, a spokesman for the company said in an email to Capital.

11/21/14

The Paris-based company may attract bids from private-equity firms and other liquor makers, the people said

11/21/14

Wine seized in raids will be poured away after judge ruled there was suspicion excise duty was unpaid

11/21/14

Wine Vision 2014 brought together the glitterati of the wine world - including the likes of Moët-Hennessy Estates and Wine president and CEO - Jean-Guillaume Prats - to discuss issues including the future for premium wine, retailer and supplier relations and branding innovation, with a focus on defying established concepts. Take a sneak peak at the action!

11/21/14

"When I interviewed winemakers about other possible causes I was surprised to hear them say that the very bottle a wine goes into might be flawed-not thoroughly clean, perhaps with a spec of dust."

11/21/14

1 in 3 adults drinks excessively ...

11/20/14

Other changes going into effect that day affect government B.C. Liquor Stores, which will be allowed to offer walk-in coolers, to stay open for longer hours and to open Sundays.

11/20/14

Only the chosen few have a clue about details. Bill documents, currently about 50 pages, are stamped "confidential draft language, do not distribute."

11/20/14

Piedmont Virginia Community College names viticulture program for Patricia Kluge & Bill Moses as it strips name from sciences building

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