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06/24/16

As a 33-year-old entrepreneur in Santa Barbara County, I am truly in shock

06/24/16

World's Largest Wine Community and Leading Supermarket Chain Join Forces to Bring Consumers Crowdsourced Wine Ratings in the Wine Aisle

06/24/16

Bringing On-demand Alcohol Delivery to Franklin and Nashville Residents

06/24/16

It's no secret in British Columbia, but Tightrope Winery deserves to be in the discussion when talking about the best young wineries in the Pacific Northwest

06/24/16

Southeast Michigan is close to putting Michigan's wine industry in the spotlight

06/24/16

British Columbia's Gehringer Brothers Estate produces great wines, especially its world-class rieslings, but you can't buy them here.

06/24/16

After years of slumping sales, China's found its palate for wine again, but drinkers are reaching for cheaper bottles in light of President XI Jinping's campaign against luxury spending. As Ryan Brooks reports, online sales and frugal customers are taking a bite out of the big importers that thrived during the boom years

06/24/16

The New York bookseller says it is opening four "concept" stores in the next year that will feature restaurants with an expanded menu including beer and wine

06/24/16

The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) science advisory panel tasked with reviewing ozone regulations is stacked with experts who have collectively received millions in agency funding over the years

06/24/16

The Evangelho Vineyard is one of California's most precious viticultural treasures, both a preserved expression of this area's history and a source of some of the state's most soulful, distinctive wines. And just as astounding as the fact that it produces wines of such excellence is that it still exists - after a century of near-constant threats by man and nature.

06/24/16

Carbon dioxide has been steadily rising since the start of the Industrial Revolution, setting a new high year after year. There's a notable new entry to the record books. The last station on Earth without a 400 parts per million (ppm) reading has reached it

06/24/16

"It has been a long-held dream of mine to be a leading voice for our wine community"

06/24/16

Plans to Work with U.S. and UK to Ensure Continuity in Trade

06/23/16

The U.S. Supreme Court split 4-4 Thursday over a challenge to President Obama's immigration policy, a result that prevents the administration from putting the program into effect during the rest of his term

06/23/16

The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) Pierce's Disease (PD)/Glassy-winged Sharpshooter (GWSS) Board set the wine and grape industry assessment rate for the 2016 harvest at $1.25 per $1,000 of crop value at its June 21 meeting in Sacramento, an increase of $0.50 from the $0.75 per $1,000 of crop value rate assessed for the past three years. The Board assessments are used primarily to fund research projects and outreach efforts related to PD and GWSS, and other designated pests and diseases of winegrapes.

06/23/16

The Lodi area grape and wine industry is coming up roses, or perhaps that should be rosé, said speakers at a vineyard and wine economics symposium Wednesday morning. Lodi has come out on the right side on a yawning divide in the wine industry - lower priced wines, those generally less than $8 a bottle are falling in volume and dollar sales, while higher-priced premium wines are rapidly gaining.

06/23/16

While many allegations have been made against wine and spirit wholesalers in the United States, few have been as serious as the May, 24, 2016 indictment for wire fraud, money laundering, aiding and abetting and forfeiture that was brought against three Republic-National Distribution Company (RNDC) salespeople.

06/23/16

Blueprint for development has far-reaching impact

06/23/16

"You have Woodinville wineries going to Walla Walla and Walla Walla wineries going to Woodinville. It seems to be a trend of everyone wanting to get into tasting rooms and sell wine more direct"

06/23/16

The Wines of British Columbia were put to the ultimate test at the second annual Judgment of BC on Tuesday, June 21, pitting 12 BC Wines against 12 acknowledged global benchmarks.

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