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07/24/14

The wine industry is a stage cluttered with second acts. For aging TV stars and quarterbacks, a vanity wine label is de rigueur these days. As for hands-on winemakers, their backgrounds tend to run the gamut. I can think of vintners who came to Oregon wine from the forest service, modern dance, sculptor, ceramics and engineering, just off the top of my head

07/24/14

A recent study conducted by Washington State Grape and Wine Industry Education Consortium estimates how much all these aspects will increase in the future based on growth in the past.

07/24/14

" ... when one is making "luxury wines" at $50-plus, there is not much room for error. "

07/24/14

Loren came at the invitation of Festival del Sole. Napa Valley's Jan and Maria Manetti Shrem, friends of the festival since its inception nine years ago, commissioned American composer Daniel Brewbaker to write a musical tribute that received its world premiere last weekend during the actress's visit

07/24/14

Villa Bellangelo Winery of the Finger Lakes has hired Nathan Kendall, a Dundee, NY native, as winemaker

07/24/14

Clark Smith has a theory that wine tastes different depending on the music you listen to. So last week, more than a dozen Hill Country winemakers crowded into a hot dining room to test it out.

07/24/14

The 2011 vintage marks the 11th release for Coro Mendocino, and includes wines from eight diverse Mendocino County vintners

07/24/14

It's musical chairs for some châteaux as two major Bordeaux companies move in the marketplace.

07/24/14

Jared Lane, vice president of marketing, expects to finish the Princess and Flame Seedless by the end of July before moving on to Scarlet Royal

07/24/14

The zippy acidity and fresh finish make it a perfect summer wine

07/24/14

City Winery, a restaurant, music venue and fully functioning winery in one, has set an Oct. 1 grand opening date for its Nashville outpost.

07/24/14

It was an interest in wine as a commodity that brought Thomas Lake Harris, the self-proclaimed "Father and Pivot and Primate and King" of the Brotherhood, to Santa Rosa in the late 19th century.

07/24/14

Ste. Michelle Wine Estates enjoyed a 5% net revenue increase to $275 million in the first half of 2014, even as volumes registered just a 1.5% growth rate.

07/24/14

The Companiá Vinícola del Norte de España (a mouthful that is generally shortened to CVNE) is confusingly, yet universally, known as "Cune", pronounced COO-nay

07/24/14

Oregon could become the third state to legalize recreational weed

07/24/14

The Yaldara winery will continue to operate as a processing facility in alignment with a two-year agreement signed by the company, to "ensure its high product quality is maintained". Over those two years, Australian Vintage will explore various options regarding the long-term processing of its super-premium grapes from the Barossa, Adelaide Hills and adjacent regions.

07/24/14

Half of 1.2m bottles of Rift Valley wine are intended for export, with company planning to double production

07/24/14

Debts at bankrupt UK wine merchant En Primeur Ltd are higher than originally thought and there are concerns over apparent gaps in the firm's stocks

07/24/14

One of Bordeaux's largest wine groups, Vignobles Andre Lurton, has sold its 42% stake in Margaux fifth growth Chateau Dauzac

07/24/14

The liquor giant will be allowed to keep open all of its retail operations, but faces a $500,000 fine and the end of wholesale operations in some stores.

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