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07/30/14

Engineer-turned-winegrower in Yakima Valley tends her family's singular vineyard

07/30/14

A South African wine has decided to bypass the usual UK retail channels in favour of directly targeting farmers as its would-be consumers.

07/30/14

Naked Wines has started trialing same day delivery in San Francisco and may eventually bring the concept to London.

07/30/14

We've all heard the story about how Anheuser-Busch came roaring back to life after Prohibition ended in 1933. The King of Beers even delivered a wagon of suds to President Franklin Roosevelt at the White House, you may have seen the famous picture of that moment. But another Missouri industry never really fully recovered after prohibition; Missouri's vast collection of wineries.

07/30/14

For the first time since 1946, there will be alcohol served at the Indiana State Fair. The new exhibit will be located at Grand Hall. It is called the Indiana Beer and Wine Exhibit. It will be open every day between 1 and 9 p.m. Last call will be at 8 p.m. There will be various breweries and wineries featured each day.

07/30/14

The $350,000 is for gross sales, according to the state comptroller's office. An unknown portion of those sales goes to Aramark, the SMU vendor. The beer and wine sales made up more than half the $650,000 in food and other concessions sold at the games, said SMU athletic spokesman Brad Sutton.

07/30/14

First, and foremost, make sure you're actually talking to the sommelier or wine director. In other words, never, ever, ever, ever ask the waiter for wine advice.

07/30/14

The problem with this business model is that it demands more and more people to be drawn into our delicate region and the cumulative impacts of such development encroach upon the shared common resources, such as water, roads, public utilities, emergency services, etc., of the citizen stakeholders (residents, homeowners, taxpayers, etc.).

07/30/14

A new report just released, is aiming to develop a strategic plan to help grow the industry by focusing on things like funding, marketing and increasing consumer confidence. This plan is something local growers see as a move in the right direction.

07/30/14

In a county with three wineries and a meadery, state officials unveiled the Southern Virginia Wine Region road signs at The Homeplace Vineyard in Chatham on Monday. The new signs are part of a continuing Virginia wine region sign program aimed at attracting more visitors to all of Virginia wineries, according to the governor's office. Pittsylvania County native and Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry Todd Haymore unveiled the signs.

07/30/14

Forbes.com's Katie Kelly Bell doesn't consider herself a wine blogger or writer, but a wine storyteller. Maybe that's why her profile on tree-hunting Bordeaux winemaker Pierre Seillan earned her a nomination for Best Blog Post of the Year with the American Wine Blog Awards.

07/30/14

A call by the three western premiers for the dismantling of internal trade barriers between their provinces is a great idea - one that is long overdue. It would lead to more opportunities for enterprising businesses, lower costs for consumers, and greater economic freedom.

07/30/14

Growers of Ontario fruits and vegetables say this summer is looking like a good one for produce. Standing along the packing line of his fourth generation family farm, John Thwaites can't help but smile.

07/30/14

Nova Scotia's Devonian Coast Wineries has won a Chairman's Trophy Award at the recent Ultimate Wine Challenge in Westchester County, N.Y. Devonian's Mercator Lat 45° took top prize in the competition's White Blends-North America category, ahead of wines from the United States and Ontario.

07/30/14

Three Rivers Winery scores as one of "10 Vineyards Outside of California Where You Can Get Married," according to maven Martha

07/30/14

It's not that the grapes are different - the reds are made of tannat, as in Madiran, and cabernet franc and cabernet sauvignon, as in Bordeaux and Bergerac. Whites are made of gros manseng, petit manseng and petit courbu, as in Jurançon

07/30/14

Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry Todd Haymore unveiled the Southern Virginia Wine Region road signs this week at The Homeplace Vineyard in Chatham

07/30/14

An avalanche of buyers have scooped up a discounted $650 wine fridge by buying six bottles of high-end Penfolds wines after Mr Clarke launched an aggressive advertising blitz for the month of July

07/30/14

... has announced a number of changes to its executive committee, as well as a new board member

07/30/14

"I usually let them explain the concept and the technology," he wrote in an e-mail, "before I cut them off and tell them I think it is borderline offensive."

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