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05/27/16

Some Capital Region wineries are not located in one of New York's four wine regions, which limits what can be written on the label. But now local vineyards are on their way to creating a designated wine region in Upstate New York called the Upper Hudson.

05/27/16

Placement On National Register Secures Kentucky's Place In Winemaking History

05/27/16

For a company so long associated with a single brand, it's a gamble. But the Trincheros are going all in. Torres says the company spent $36 million on the new winery, which is set to open a visitor's center in June.

05/27/16

The 10,000-square-foot building is under construction adjacent to the winery's tasting room, according to owner Tony Kooyumjian.

05/27/16

The weekend of May 14-15, temperatures dipped to below freezing for most of southeastern Minnesota and southern Wisconsin. This ruined large portions of grapes for many local wineries.

05/27/16

CANVAS Event and Hospitality Trade Show Showcases the Best of Napa and Sonoma for Event and Corporate Planners and Hospitality Professionals

05/27/16

The Board of Directors of Hart Davis Hart Wine Co. announced today that John H. Hart, Co-Founder and Chairman, will become Chairman Emeritus at the Chicago-based wine auction and retail firm, effective at the Annual Shareholders Meeting on July 1, 2016.

05/27/16

With more than three decades of highly successful business management experience, Tim's strategic and operational leadership acumen provide organizational, fiscal, marketing, sales, and strategic planning for his partners.

05/27/16

News Worth Noting, DC edition: House passes Senate energy legislation with California water provisions; Valley Republicans defeat efforts by Reps. Garamendi and McNerney to stop the twin tunnels; Senator Feinstein's legislation will destroy sport fishing in the Delta, say fishing groups

05/27/16

Since the Feb. 4 opening, making enough wine would seem to be the problem. Quantity - not quality - is the issue at this point for the 3,500-case winery. Telaya's new 12,000-square-foot facility will help with that starting this fall, but its 700-member wine club might need some patience and understanding as production grows.

05/27/16

Among wine geeks it's the height of wine-upmanship to drink wine made from really obscure grapes. Wink Lorch investigates.

05/27/16

Every self-respecting oenophile and wine-industry member will be at least marking, if not celebrating, the 40th anniversary of the Judgment of Paris on Tuesday.

05/27/16

PasosBestWines.com released today a new web episode of "You Don't Know Paso." It's second in a seven-part wine tasting game show hosted by Chris Kern, founder of PasosBestWines.com, an online wine shop for boutique wineries in Paso Robles.

05/27/16

The consumers' thirst for better-quality wine continues to deepen, but the diminishing North Coast supply of grapes and wine may mean less of the growth in higher-end brands will be coming from the region, market experts told a gathering of industry professionals in Napa on May 25.

05/27/16

If someone writes the history of growing grapes and making wine in the Columbia River Gorge...

05/27/16

The state Department of Finance says revenue from the program was $600 million short of the $2.4 billion anticipated in the current fiscal year.

05/27/16

The 9th International Cool Climate Wine Symposium opened its doors today in Brighton for three days of events and discussions around cool climate wine production.

05/27/16

A group of British scientists have completed a study that proves what most of us have known for a long time - that alcohol can make you happy.

05/27/16

With just days to go before its grand opening, we take a peek inside Bordeaux's futuristic €81m (£58m) Cité du Vin centre.

05/27/16

With crowdfunding becoming an increasingly powerful way for drinks companies to raise funds, we take a look at some of the best examples of crowdfunded drinks projects.

05/27/16

Prices of Chilean bulk wines are set to rise "pretty soon" following poor weather during this year's harvest, Wine of Chile have said

05/27/16

This time, it might be different, for one big reason: rosé, which has deflated some of the snobbery and generally made wine more user-friendly. Canned rosé is one of those perfect summer ideas, and a handful of choices have appeared in various markets across the country.

05/27/16

Some licensees say the changes will result in a smaller fine wine selection

05/27/16

Wine drinkers in Japan are becoming more adventurous and showing an increased interested in wine, according to Wine Intelligence. And, in fact, the country is rated as one of the most attractive wine markets in the world.

05/27/16

Colorado Mesa University will offer the only viticulture and enology program in the state starting in the fall, providing western Colorado's grape-growing and wine-producing industries a much-needed pool of trained potential employees.

05/27/16

Baijiu is now making a comeback. Sales last year rose by roughly 7% (see chart). In a recent report, "The Hangover Fades", Citigroup, a bank, estimates that profits for the three biggest manufacturers of baijiu-Moutai, Wuliangye and Yanghe-have jumped since the second half of last year. The bank also notes that baijiu continues to outperform beer on sales volume growth, "suggesting that Chinese consumers' preference for baijiu remains intact."

05/27/16

Despite what city council thinks, the co-owner of Harper's Trail winery wants wine in Save on Foods.

05/27/16

The California Wine Grape Growers Foundation (CWGGF) has awarded nine students $29,500 in college scholarships. The scholarships are awarded annually to students whose parent or legal guardian is employed by a California winegrape grower.