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03/26/15

"It's like trying to judge how good a film will be by peering over the director's shoulder as he edits the day's takes. I couldn't do it, but then I'm not a film critic"

03/26/15

This will be the first time the Wine Business Institute has partnered with a wine industry association north of Napa and Sonoma Counties and is another step in growing the Wine Business Institute's reach in California.

03/26/15

Defendant's "victory laps and self-congratulations" are premature; plaintiff will continue fight over fake wine.

03/26/15

Fundraising to build a permanent agricultural education center at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds has passed the halfway point toward the $1.9 million goal.

03/26/15

The committee unanimously approved the legislation for immediate drought relief and expedited infrastructure spending, with two Republicans abstaining. A companion measure authorizing fines for illegal diversions passed over Republican objections.

03/26/15

China's austerity crackdown and a sharply reduced 2013 wine grape harvest contributed substantially to Bordeaux wine sales sinking in 2014. Total Bordeaux wines sales last year decreased by 8% to 685 million bottles, according to the Bordeaux Wine Council (CIVB)

03/26/15

Small Producers Gather to Pour Rare Wines

03/26/15

Concha y Toro hopes its new multi million pound research and innovation centre it has built in the heart of Chile's wine growing country will help the whole Chilean wine industry better understand what is possible from the country's wine producers.

03/26/15

Wines from Rioja announces the 2nd annual Rioja Week in Chicago

03/26/15

Delta smelt are hard to find. Federally listed as threatened in 1993 and as endangered under the California Endangered Species Act in 2009, they are an iconic species for water issues in the state

03/26/15

Soil-based bacteria - not soil type - may be key to understanding why certain sites produce specific wine styles, according to research published yesterday

03/26/15

The higher concentrations of arsenic can be explained by a number of factors. For instance, bedrock or glacial deposits that contain high levels of arsenic can influence the ground soil above them. In addition, mining and coal-burning activities release arsenic

03/26/15

They founded Women for WineSense: 25 years later, the organization will celebrate its silver anniversary at its national conference April 30-May 2 in Napa

03/26/15

Advertising drives choice, not consumption, new study says

03/25/15

The Wappos waited 40 years too late to bring its lawsuit, judge said

03/25/15

E. & J. Gallo Winery (Gallo) and J Vineyards & Winery announced today that Gallo has agreed to purchase the critically-acclaimed sparkling wine producer. Founded in 1986 by Judy Jordan, J Vineyards & Winery is located in Sonoma County's Russian River Valley and produces a wide range of prized sparkling wines, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris. According to Roger Nabedian, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Gallo's Premium Wine Division, "We are very excited to add the J Vineyards & Winery brands to our premium portfolio of wines. The brand's contemporary elegance has a unique position in the marketplace." He added, "J Vineyards & Winery is well known for their award-winning sparkling wines and we look forward to carrying on the winery's reputation of making elegant, luxurious wines."

03/25/15

New beginnings in 1959 led Evelyn and Leo to Sonoma County, where they purchased a ranch in Geyserville. Through unwavering hard work and passion Evelyn and Leo built one of the very first wineries in the area ...

03/25/15

Boushey Vineyards announces the hiring of Justin Lyon. Justin will serve as lead viticulturist overseeing all vineyard activities within the company.

03/25/15

Vicard Generation 7 announced that Hillary Sjolund has joined the company to handle technical consulting in Washington and Oregon.

03/25/15

East Bay Vintners Alliance (EBVA), whose members include more than 20 urban wineries in Oakland, Alameda, Berkeley and Castro Valley announced the appointment of industry veteran Sally Gordon as executive director.

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