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05/26/16

Grammy award-winning John Legend has joined the ever-growing celebrity-turned vintner roster, teaming up with Napa Valley's Raymond Vineyards and Jean-Charles Boisset to create the LVE Collection By John Legend. Is Legend's wine legendary? We found it overly alcoholic, but you be the judge.

05/26/16

Sure, Colorado's got the whole continental divide thing going for it. Plus the mountains, the elevation, the scenery, and the avid outdoor sports enthusiasm that it inspires.

05/26/16

Treasury Wine Estates Ltd. is offering newly filled barrels of Penfolds for A$198,000 ($142,000) each, together with private cellar visits, in the latest attempt to monetize its most famous brand.

05/26/16

A Shropshire vineyard is feeling on top of the world after winning big in a major competition.

05/26/16

Eight long-time home winemakers join forces for new Camp Creek Cellars label

05/26/16

La Cité du Vin (City of Wine) located on the banks of the Garonne river in Bordeaux, France is split over 10 levels in a museum-themed fashion aiming to welcome close to 450,000 visitors every year.

05/26/16

Competition within China is quite fierce for exhibitors' dollars.

05/26/16

Koos Bekker sells wine from his vineyard all over the world, but a small detail offers a clue as to where his priorities may lie - all the bottles are labelled in Mandarin.

05/26/16

Despite the mostly unseasonal weather, thousands flocked to the annual Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival at Lake Skinner May 20-22 to hear top entertainment, enjoy good wine and delicious food.

05/26/16

There has been some introspection in recent opinion pieces on this site around South African wine in international markets

05/25/16

Marshall Edwards, vineyard operations manager for Shaw Vineyards and Northwest Vineyard Management, opened the annual barrel tasting of Quintessence Vineyards by telling wineries that the growing shortage of harvest workers is his biggest concern.

05/25/16

The survey results will help the Wine Research Advisory Committee, a subcommittee of the Washington State Wine Commission, identify pressing needs within the industry for research. The committee will analyze more than 100 research topics suggested by survey respondents during their annual review.

05/25/16

the U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland charged RNDC and three of its employees-Eugene Gerzsenyi, Jason Lockerman and Lisa Robbins-in what prosecutors say was a scheme to transport liquor to New York from Maryland in order to take advantage of the huge tax disparity

05/25/16

A federal grand jury indicted Republic National Distribution Company, LLC, and its employees, Eugene Gerzsenyi, age 52, of Glen Burnie, Maryland; Jason Lockerman, age 38, of Bel Air, Maryland; and Lisa Robbins, age 55, of Woodbine, Maryland, today on charges arising from a scheme to defraud the state and city of New York, and registered New York liquor wholesalers

05/25/16

Coastal areas, foothills and the Lodi/Delta region are expected to add acreage over the next few years, while the San Joaquin Valley declines

05/25/16

Michael and Rob Mondavi share thoughts about wine industry during Walt Klenz Lecture at UC Davis "Some of the best turns that occur in the industry happen when times are tough and we have to get creative."

05/25/16

As part of a long-term succession plan implemented by the Phelps family to maintain family ownership and management, Joseph Phelps Vineyards has promoted Elizabeth Neuman to the post of director of business development and Will Phelps to director of marketing.

05/25/16

Trinchero Napa Valley will open its new public tasting room at 3070 St. Helena Highway in June. Family members recently gathered in the new hospitality center to celebrate the end of a building phase that has stretched more than 12 years.

05/25/16

Lawsuit accuses collectible wine experts of facilitating the sale of 132 fake bottles of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti; they deny the claims

05/25/16

With just over a month until retail stores throughout Tennessee can officially begin selling wine, the Alcoholic Beverage Commission selected a new executive director on Tuesday who will be in charge of approving and processing any applications before the enactment date.

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