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10/24/14

The strength of "brand Chablis" and its pulling power in terms of driving sales is on a par with Champagne according to one leading producer in the region.

10/24/14

Napa County and Hall Wines will both be making special efforts to gather public comment on Hall Wines' controversial Walt Ranch vineyard project

10/24/14

At 90, Shafer can take heart knowing that's what he did

10/24/14

In one study, researchers gave subjects wine to sample and scanned their brains using an fMRI scanner. The subjects all drank the same wine twice. But on one occasion, they were told it was a $90 bottle, while another time they thought it was a $10 bottle

10/24/14

"I'm not going to lie to you: I barely knew Eric. Was in his presence maybe six - seven times, ever. And yet, I woke up just unutterably sad and it's gotten worse ..."

10/23/14

Petaluma Gap would be defined by wind

10/23/14

Australia's McWilliam's Wines Group has returned to 100% family ownership after buying the remaining shares owned by E&J Gallo.

10/23/14

Each year, about 600 wineries take part in our Annual Wine Conditions Survey from all regions. We hope you will consider participating this year. It will only take about five minutes of your time to respond. In exchange, we will send you the results of the complete survey, graphs, and some early analysis on wine industry conditions for your use in planning going into 2015 ...

10/23/14

Canada and Mexico have threatened the US with trade sanctions and massive increases in wine taxes after the World Trade Organisation this week ruled US meat tariffs to be illegal

10/23/14

Supervisors heard an appeal Tuesday of a Planning Commission decision to allow the winery at the northwest corner of Silverado Trail and Zinfadel Lane. But the applicant and appellant reached an agreement before the issue reached the board room

10/23/14

In this piece by Summertime in a Glass resident viticulturalist, Paul Zellman discusses water management in the vineyard during the California drought. He focuses on Lake County where Sauvignon Blanc is the second most grown winegrape (just behind Cabernet Sauvignon) in the region.

10/23/14

This newly developed increase block has been planted with material released by Foundation Plant Services (UC Davis) called Protocol 2010

10/23/14

Every business has a duty to protect its own intellectual property (IP) and avoid infringing others' rights. That was the message delivered at IP Issues in the Food and Beverage Industries, a two-day seminar presented by The Seminar Group in Napa, Calif

10/23/14

The airborne fungus has hit grape yields and winemakers say they need emergency funding to take action

10/23/14

Jon is responsible for selecting the wines that will be served onboard JetBlue, specifically the selections for the airline's premium offering, Mint

10/23/14

The Canvas and Cork Tasting Room is located at 90 North Meaders Street, just off the square across from Hancock Park. It serves as an additional tasting room for Chestatee Valley Vintners - Three Sisters Winery

10/23/14

to help reduce impaired driving in the State of California

10/23/14

Oregon Wine A-List Awards guide consumers to restaurants-both in-state and outside of Oregon-that advocate and celebrate the wines of Oregon on their wine lists and in concert with their menus and cuisines

10/23/14

Jacob's Creek winemakers are keen to produce more wine styles part-aged in barrels previously used for Scotch and Irish whiskies.

10/23/14

The next winery tasting room class will be comprised of two evenings, November 17 and 18 from 5:00 - 8:30. Historically these classes sell out.

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