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07/20/16

"We started participating in the Riesling Rendezvous in 2013, and when we saw the opportunity to sponsor a lunch for the 2016 event, I was all over this," Dolsby added. "I knew about the power of this from my days with the Washington Wine Commission and with all the Riesling in Idaho made by Ste. Chapelle, it makes sense for us."

07/20/16

Fourth generation Vintner, Donny Sebastiani announced today that the company had made an investment in key personnel to help build the foundation for the next generation of the family's business.

07/20/16

Gendall's winemaking experience has been influenced by local and international work at locations in Napa Valley, New Zealand and Germany. In this important role, Gendall will be working alongside Winemaker Charlie Tsegeletos to produce Cline Family Cellars' acclaimed portfolio of Zinfandels and Rhône varietals, as well as the winery's cool climate Chardonnay, Syrah and Pinot Noir.

07/20/16

If you want a website for your winery, but you're not ready for ecommerce, Vin65's new free sites are for you.

07/20/16

the Spanish sparkler grew by 8.6% to 1.65 million cases-just 60,000 cases shy of Champagne, though still far behind Prosecco's more than 4 million cases of U.S. volume

07/20/16

American Rhone wines take center stage at the Skirball Cultural Center

07/20/16

The Philadelphia 76ers, in partnership with Chaddsford Winery, have launched a three-part "Banner Series" wine collection which pays tribute to the Sixers' three NBA championship teams: the 1982-83 and 1966-67 Philadelphia 76ers and the 1954-55 Syracuse Nationals.

07/20/16

Toad Hollow Vineyards releases its 2015 Mendocino County Unoaked Chardonnay, Francine's Selection. The winery's 23rd edition of this bright, refreshing chardonnay, unencumbered with the heft of oak flavor, is as current with food trends as ever.

07/20/16

The family-run Champagne house often runs below the radar, but offers some excellent wines, Tom Hyland discovers.

07/20/16

As a new version of Jameson launches, we catch up with the head of whiskey science at the Midleton Distillery.

07/20/16

About 50 firefighters are at the scene with more are being called in, including aircraft.

07/20/16

The $60,000 installation is located near the Napa County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center and the South Napa Century Center. The roof has glass panels designed to be reminiscent of grape leaves. The wooden windbreak resembles a wine barrel.

07/20/16

A dispute over who should be allowed to grow Sauvignon Blanc in the Loire appears to have spilled over into vineyard sabotage after one grower reported losing 6,000 vines.

07/20/16

Stalwart Portuguese rosé brand Mateus has so far exceeded expectations of brand owner Sogrape as it seeks to attract a new generation of consumers at this year's summer festivals.

07/20/16

Canadian producer Benjamin Bridge has signed with London-based merchant Friarwood Fine Wines to distribute its traditional method sparkling wines in the UK.

07/20/16

Food delivery business Deliveroo has announced it has partnered with BrewDog, Majestic and a number of independent wine merchants to bring drinks to customers.

07/20/16

Winiarski was apart of the first winery in the state.

07/20/16

Commercial, industrial, investment-oriented? Or artisan, small-scale, family-centred? Which is the future of wine-making?

07/20/16

Trump Winery paid a $250 fine in June and was told by the Arizona Liquor Department that it needed to get a new license if it still intended to do business in the state, said John Cocca, the director of the department.

07/20/16

For Canadian winemakers, imitation probably isn't the sincerest form of flattery.

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