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02/05/16

Amidst one of the worst droughts in California history, winemakers are getting creative in the way they grow water intensive crops in order to maintain production, profit and drinking demand

02/05/16

While under review, farmers and retailers can continue to buy, sell and use the product in their operations.

02/05/16

The California Directory of Fine Wineries proved an ideal visual resource showcasing the best of California's celebrated tasting rooms and iconic wine brands

02/05/16

A young Washington winery focused on producing great Cabernet Sauvignon from the Horse Heaven Hills is taking its brand to the national level

02/05/16

diam corkThe claim by Rolf Cordes surfaced at the end of January on the German wine review Wein Plus. One of Diam's directors met with Cordes and swiftly concluded he was a "fantasist".

02/05/16

The study, researched at the University of Michigan (seriously how did the University of Wisconsin get scooped on this) and published in the U.S. National Library of Medicine, investigated why some foods cause addictive behaviors and other foods are lentils. It found that the more processed and fatty the food, the more likely it was to cause addiction, which is why no one has ever been addicted to carrots

02/05/16

a man by the name of Cosmo Caddy may know something we don't about the much-maligned spirit.

02/05/16

The Pisco grape dates back to the 1500's when the Spanish conquistadores brought the vines to South America to make wine. They got industrious and decided to distill the leftover grapes that they couldn't use to make wine. And Pisco was born

02/05/16

For years, the wines, made almost entirely of the nebbiolo grape, were little known in the United States and, indeed, in the rest of Italy. Most of the production went to Switzerland, which naturally has a taste for good Alpine wine

02/05/16

Michael, now 73, was in town to be given Wine Enthusiast's Person of the Year award for 2015 at the magazine's Wine Star dinner at the New York Public Library

02/05/16

This is the place where winemakers decide which chemicals and additives are paramount, or what new equipment warrants massive investment. The Unified Symposium showcases the myriad of ways to turn grapes into wines. It also presents the critical choice for wineries between building a steel barn or a luxe underground cave for a tasting room

02/04/16

Cork -finished wines from California showed biggest drop in TCA taint, down to 2.6 percent. Other countries and regions had a combined 5.2 percent of their wines marked for retaste

02/04/16

Seeking cause of recent spread of Pierce's disease and ways to control it in North Coast

02/04/16

The 2016 Oregon Wine Symposium, set for Feb. 23-24 at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, will host educational sessions on new advancements and agricultural practices in viticulture and enology for vineyard workers and managers, cellar hands and winemakers. Spanish interpretation services will be available for all viticulture and general sessions on Feb. 24

02/04/16

Some local winery officials said Wednesday the unexpected departure of Sonoma County Vintners' executive director should trigger a re-examination of the role the trade group plays within the wine industry as well as the community

02/04/16

California's premium wine pioneer, Kenwood Vineyards, is introducing a new terroir-driven range, Six Ridges. The latest innovation from the Sonoma winery, Six Ridges underlines Kenwood's commitment to crafting premium wines that capture the best of Sonoma County's diverse appellations

02/04/16

California lawmakers move toward paying farmers to adopt climate-smart practices.

02/04/16

Board members said they would revisit the regulation in the spring when more complete information is available about the water year

02/04/16

At the urging of Wine Institute, on Jan. 6, California's Board of Equalization (BOE) updated its legal opinion regarding the application of sales and use tax on yeast used in winemaking. Consistent with its rule for brewer's yeast, BOE determined that the tax is also no longer applicable for wine yeast.

02/04/16

On Sunday, March 13th from 10am to 5:30pm, San Francisco Wine School will open the doors of its new Wine Education Center for the first of its kind event exploring these ancient wines and their modern expressions with The Cradle of Wine Civilization .

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