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11/26/14

Wine Country Ontario has extended the tour of its VQA Wine Tasting Truck to take the wine tasting experience directly to consumers across Ontario. The mobile tour showcases Ontario VQA wines and encourages Ontarians to sample and discover what's great about local in a unique, educational and fun way!

11/26/14

Quebec's Unibroue makes a big, pricy splash with 50 six-litre bottles of Fin du Monde, on Thursday at Toronto's Summerhill location.

11/26/14

We keep saying that "content is king" on the web, but maybe that's not totally accurate. Content is a baron, the real king is the consumer. That's why it's becoming so important for the wine trade and the wine industry to stay in touch with consumers; they are crucial to determining trends and they share their messages about wine through the digital media, on platforms of community tasting notes like CellarTracker (the world's largest collection of wine reviews and notes) , or in wine review apps like Vivino.

11/26/14

Thanksgiving is a lovely holiday. What could be better than enjoying dishes handed down through generations (or pulled from Pinterest) with your adoring family? Well, if your grandpa's turkey is dried out and your relatives only want to know when you're finally going to settle down, wine can-no, will-make the experience tolerable

11/26/14

Retailer drinks up knowledge in Europe

11/26/14

The national Wine Tourism Conference will make its East Coast debut in Leesburg in 2015

11/26/14

A Muscadine winery has begun construction in North Myrtle Beach. The 15,000 square-foot facility is located adjacent to Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach, according to Duplin Winery website

11/26/14

Sen. Roger Reinert thinks Minnesota should treat Sunday liquor sales the same way it treats its 2 a.m. bar close time. Under state law, bar owners don't have to stay open that late - but they have the option to if they want

11/26/14

Eminent wine writer and economist Mike Veseth warns that the wine world needs to combat the threat of 'new age prohibitionists' and authentic, interesting and affordable spirits and beers

11/26/14

Beaujolais Nouveau is almost not wine. It is a frivolous light red wine made from Gamay, has a load of fresh-jammy fruit, and is best served chilled. As such, no self-respecting wine snob would be caught dead with a bottle of this stuff

11/26/14

The outcome of any sale won't be known for months- offers aren't due until early next year - but a coalition of conservation groups is assessing the Gualala Redwoods property and exploring options for a deal that could permit lighter forestry practices, watershed reclamation and recreation

11/26/14

US customs officers have seized 35 pounds of cocaine that was found hidden in a wine shipping container at Port Newark in New Jersey

11/26/14

The mass-market brewer wants to regain popularity with younger people. But will a new ad campaign be enough?

11/26/14

A new batch of bills from Montgomery County legislators could legalize the sale of refillable wine growlers, repeal a ban on businesses having more than two pinball machines and create a board to review utility company disputes

11/26/14

What role and relevance bloggers have on the wine trade has become a major debating issue on Harpers.co.uk and on social media following recent articles questioning their value from leading wine commentators

11/26/14

Mastroserio enjoys making music as much as he enjoys making wine

11/26/14

would require restaurants and similar retail food establishments with 20 or more locations under the same name, and having substantially similar offerings, to post calorie amounts for each standard menu item

11/26/14

the U.S. Labor Department puts the percentage of undocumented immigrants in the agricultural industry at more than 50 percent ...

11/25/14

Sonoma County supervisors Monday adopted a hard-won compromise between farmers and environmental groups, advancing protective buffer zones along 3,200 miles of streams and rivers in the county

11/25/14

A year-long winery dispute has ended - barring any legal challenges-with the Napa County Board of Supervisors' tentative approval of the proposed Woolls Ranch Winery in the Mount Veeder area

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