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01/27/15

For more than 50 years, a school has found healing in vineyard work and winemaking

01/27/15

... began offering small plates of food.

01/27/15

Austria's Blaufränkisch grape makes wines in a broad range of styles

01/27/15

France celebrates all things organic with growing numbers attending the Millésime Bio exhibition in the South of France.

01/27/15

Continued use of term on U.S. sparkling wine may erode consumer trust in labeling, some say

01/27/15

The momentum behind Italian fine wines is building as January progresses though Bordeaux continues to dominate trade by value

01/27/15

Another version of Snowmaggedon is forecast to smother the East Coast, but a group of Oregon Pinot Noir producers hopes the weather this week won't get in the way of the Oregon Pinot Camp it has scheduled Wednesday in New Hampshire

01/27/15

Former Diageo Percy Fox global commercial director John Hearn is to become off-trade commercial director at Enotria

01/27/15

Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall marked yesterday's Australia Day with a glass of Australian wine at official celebrations hosted by Tourism Australia

01/27/15

A cache of Krug Champagne and the lure of a private blending session with international consultant Michel Rolland helped the annual Naples Winter Wine Festival auction to raise $12m.

01/27/15

Gov. Jerry Brown has lauded a wine industry effort to make its products without stomping too hard on the environment

01/27/15

When the Seattle Seahawks went to the Super Bowl a year ago in New Jersey, at least three Washington winemakers went and watched them win their first world championship. This weekend, two of those winemakers are heading to this Phoenix suburb to watch Sunday's game against the AFC Champion New England Patriots

01/27/15

Oregon is known for specialty beers. But what about a beer made with sewer water?

01/27/15

Drinking five or six days a week, compared with drinking daily, can reduce your chance of developing cirrhosis of the liver, a recent study has claimed.

01/26/15

Famed Napa Valley winemakers and festival supporters and featured vintners Bart and Daphne Araujo received the festival's first Lifetime Achievement Award. They also joined the bidding, winning Lot. No. 15 - The Keys to Tuscany for $170,000

01/26/15

That price breaks down to $48,000 per planted acre, close to double what was being paid for vineyard acreage in the late 1990s, when there was a big run on grapes

01/26/15

producer of award-winning Lake County wines continues its growth

01/26/15

State agency refuses to provide witnesses at hearing against Albany's Empire Wine

01/26/15

The $300,000 of world-class wine whisked away from a Yountville restaurant last month has been found - in a private cellar in North Carolina - but who took it remains a mystery

01/26/15

"What is something worth?" Mr. Westfall said. "Whatever people will pay for it."

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