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04/24/15

The "best guess" scenario calculated from those wineries with open positions suggests a ceiling effect of 20 percent.

04/24/15

... bill would require most wines produced here to label that they're from Monterey County

04/24/15

Analysts discuss ways to boost value of wineries and vineyards

04/24/15

"We decided to buy [in Burgundy] for the love of the region, but we think it's a good investment too."

04/24/15

Celebration includes an international roster of culinary up-and-comers

04/24/15

Overall attendance for the four-day event was highest on record

04/24/15

The Raymond On the Red Carpet Sweepstakes is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity where film enthusiasts will have a chance to walk the red carpet at the NVFF this coming November 11-15 and feel like a true Hollywood insider, with exclusive access to films, filmmakers, celebrities and famous Napa Valley winemakers and chefs.

04/24/15

Christopher Christensen, "Winesmith and Head Honcho" of Sonoma-based Bodkin Wines, has partnered with Maritime Wine Trading Collective to increase sales nationally. Founded in 2011 with an initial release of 77 cases of Sauvignon Blanc, Bodkin's production currently includes Chardonnay, Zinfandel, Muscat Canelli, late harvest blends, and a unique sparkling Sauvignon Blanc, the only one made in the U.S.

04/24/15

In partnership with a Burgundy nursery, a French leader in re-forestation with a policy of compensatory planting, Tonnellerie CADUS will replant sessile and common oak in several regions in France.

04/24/15

The director of two of Bordeaux's great estates explains why he would like five premier cru classés A in Saint-Émilion - it's all about sausages.

04/24/15

Continued growth of small craft breweries across the country is putting the squeeze on hop growers. They're planting more acres, even in states where it's just been a hobby, but it may not be enough.

04/24/15

The USDA estimates that if all steps are followed, the program would reduce emissions and enhance carbon sequestration by roughly 120 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent - akin to taking 25 million cars off the road a year.

04/24/15

Legislation that would reduce the exposure of agritourism operators to lawsuits has passed a key leg.

04/24/15

The Washington Department of Agriculture's program for collecting old agricultural chemicals marked its 3 millionth pound collected since the program started in 1988 last week. The free, non-regulatory program offers farmers an easy way to get rid of old...

04/24/15

Bentrock and Radian vineyards thrive on the challenging western edge of the Sta. Rita Hills.

04/24/15

Wine country visitors want to experience something unique, and then tell others all about it. Therefore, hospitality leaders should offer an experience that's worth sharing.

04/24/15

A delegation of 10 Chinese government officials and winery executives will travel to California to attend the first educational seminar sponsored by the Cal-China Wine Culture Exchange (CCWCE) taking place on Friday, June 5, in Sacramento.

04/24/15

Buying wine at a grocery store or even a neighborhood wine shop can be frustrating for a number of reasons.

04/24/15

It must be spring in Napa Valley. Go outside and listen for a few minutes; you'll hear birds calling, insects buzzing and occasionally the hum of a tractor running through the vineyards. The next time you are enjoying a glass of Napa wine, take a minute to appreciate all the operator of that tractor has done to make that wine taste so good.

04/24/15

The Carneros Wine Alliance is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. It was created after the approval of the Carneros American Viticultural Area in 1983.

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