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07/23/14

Standing at a bar to taste wine is a curious affectation that's fully ingrained in the wine industry. But, the owners of Banshee Wines have turned that tradition on its head

07/23/14

Two Russian designers have unveiled their latest work - a pair of wine bottles inspired by Homer and Marge Simpson.

07/23/14

The "unprecedented" speed with which Terrasses du Larzac has achieved AOC status is just the beginning, according to one MW

07/23/14

After 43 years in the wine business in Napa Valley, Carl Doumani was looking for a retirement plan; he found it earlier this month, selling his Quixote Winery to a Chinese company for more than $20 million.

07/23/14

With all the focus on critics, consultants and sommeliers, Mike Steinberger says it's easy to lose sight of the real star of the wine world - the vineyard.

07/23/14

Join Northwestern Michigan College and Michigan State University at Weathering the Climate: Cultivation and Technology in Grape Production on Sept. 5, 2014.

07/23/14

California's worsening drought and mandatory new state water rules are prompting Bay Area water agencies to beef up their conservation staffs -- the employees sometimes called "water cops."

07/23/14

Have you ever tasted a glass of Lodi Zinfandel and wondered if you could make your own? It's quite possible with the help of organizations such as the Lodi Amateur Vintners Association

07/23/14

"It's only going to work in this state if you foster a real open, transparent dialogue with everybody involved."

07/23/14

Bellangelo Searches the World for New Winemaker, Finds Perfect Match in the Finger Lakes in Nathan Kendall

07/22/14

Sale of Stags Leap property the latest in a series of recent Asian acquisitions

07/22/14

You must be at least 18, enrolled in an accredited beer-brewing or winemaking class, and you can only swish the drink around and not actually swallow

07/22/14

"Moving from Australia's most highly regarded Cabernet region of Margaret River to the USA's most highly regarded Cabernet region Napa Valley presents an amazing opportunity."

07/22/14

Tensions are running high in the Rhone Valley with negociants and cooperative cellars clashing over the advance purchase of grapes for the 2014 harvest

07/22/14

"You put a bunch of the [food] trucks in one place and a beautiful setting together with what we consider good wine - it's just a magical combination of ingredients that's proved to be a very successful recipe," Shea said.

07/22/14

Today drones take on a higher purpose as SNAP Vision Technologies introduces a personal aerial survey drone called the StitchCAM, a Kickstarter.com project that gives farmers an affordable, precise way to assess the health of their crops, increase crop yields and use water more efficiently.

07/22/14

Larissa Dubose has been selected as the Field Sales Manager for Georgia, along with the Carolinas, Tennessee and Alabama. She will be based in Atlanta.

07/22/14

Melanie Nicolas has been named FSM for Florida, a key market for Hess Family Wine Estates. Most recently she served as a sales representative for Premier Beverage, which represents HFWE.

07/22/14

Cyril Derreumaux comes to Laffort with successful experience in international businesses from Argentina, France, and the U.S. Derreumaux holds a Master's Degree in International Business from ESCP Europe, and was most recently General Manager with Vivelys USA, a winemaking consulting company.

07/22/14

A Californian winemaker alleged to be behind an anti-Semitic website is thought to have fled to Canada after the FBI issued a warrant for his arrest

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