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09/19/14

Plus, Giuliana Rancic brings wine by the glass to Walmart, the wine industry builds a much-needed high school in Bordeaux, and new Burgundian investments in Oregon

09/19/14

With Edmunds St. John, Landmark Vineyards, Dashe Cellars, Qupé Winery, Jaffurs Wine Cellars, Beckmen Vineyards, Skinner Vineyards, Donkey and Goat Winery, and Four Fields Wines

09/19/14

Dozens of small craft brewers such as Sierra Nevada and New Belgium are rallying behind the EPA's proposed Waters of the U.S. rule, arguing it will help ensure that they have clean water for their products.

09/18/14

Thanks to continued mild weather, the North Coast grape harvest remains ahead of schedule and some winemakers may even finish picking their fruit by the beginning of October, according to growers and analysts

09/18/14

"Right now, it's a Chardonnay tsunami," said Bob Bertheau, head winemaker at Chateau Ste. Michelle in Woodinville. "All the Chard is coming home."

09/18/14

Farming groups said the legislation Brown signed Tuesday was rushed and punishes well-managed agencies while infringing on property rights

09/18/14

Court battles expected over scope of public rights vs. private rights

09/18/14

The land where the Guilliams Vineyards currently occupies has been known to grow wine grapes since 1890. As the latest proprietors of this property, husband and wife John and Shawn Guilliams purchased the property to make their own hand-crafted wine

09/18/14

At the heart of the scandal is a long-running dispute over different sustainability programs, particularly an environmental assurance program developed by the McLaren Vale Grape Wine and Tourism Association, which has been seeking WFA approval for five years.

09/18/14

The Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management debuted a $750,000 facility that will help students decode wine terminology and develop a taste for finer drinks Monday.

09/18/14

Koch now spends nearly $800 per bottle for authentication, first having an expert inspect the bottle itself and then sending the questionable ones to the CENBG for rounds of observation that include testing with a particle accelerator and looking for the isotope cesium-137

09/18/14

The Indelicatos, who bought the property from Prudential in 1988. At the time, the 8,500 acres of vines at San Bernabe were believed to compose the largest vineyard in the world; even a few years ago, it was considered the largest in the country. End to end, it once stretched at least 5 miles. Even now, the relatively narrow property runs about 3 miles long

09/18/14

New Yorkers may see the legalization of recreational marijuana use as early as 2015 if State Senator Liz Krueger (D) gets her way. The Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act will be reintroduced by Senator Krueger during the next legislative session, which begins in January

09/18/14

When the apple market collapsed about 15 years ago in the region around Lake Chelan in central Washington State, a handful of farmers decided to make the transition from apples to grapes

09/18/14

As California suffers through a severe drought that has exacerbated groundwater overdraft in several parts of the state, Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law three bills intended to regulate the use of groundwater.

09/18/14

In its first stage, this joint venture will take on the representation of Concha y Toro brands, among them Casillero del Diablo, Frontera, Marques de Casa Concha, Don Melchor and its Californian brands Fetzer and Bonterra.

09/18/14

Sonoma County-based Jackson Family Wines is opening a new division, West Burgundy Wine Group, focused exclusively on estate-grown, site-specific wines crafted from classic Burgundian varieties.

09/18/14

The U.S. gets a foothold in Burgundy with the sale of a 300-year-old château.

09/18/14

Multiple factors influence the wines from Italy's most traditional white varieties, but winemaking techniques can alter styles radically, says Ian D'Agata.

09/18/14

Now in their mid-80s, each walks with a cane. They're practically Sonoma County icons, and yet there's plenty we don't know about them.

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