Whether last year's fires that ravaged large parts of northern California will have any long-lasting effect on the vines is still in the balance and only time will tell, says Stag's Leap's Marcus Notaro
"A growing belief is that all wine is bulk wine; wine has ceased to be produced thinking whether it is going to be bottled on-site or in destination. The quality of wines which are commercialized in bulk -both if their destiny is a blending or the bottling - is astonishing, and the best thing is that it continues to grow each year."
¡Salud!, a program through OHSU Tuality Healthcare that provides healthcare services for vineyard workers and their families, is welcoming a new online auction to its 2018 event season and making significant format changes for its annual November weekend events
The Trump administration has proposed a fundamental change to the mission of the Food and Drug Administration, one that would transfer most of the responsibility for regulating food safety to the Department of Agriculture and rename the FDA the "Federal Drug Administration." The proposal is part of a wide-reaching plan that was released Thursday by the White House
Martin Redmond, author of the ENOFYLZ Wine Blog, wrote of the 2016 Fields Family Vermentino Delu Vineyard, "This is easily the best Vermentino I've ever had! There's remarkable depth, complexity and texture here."
Oakville, arguably the center of Napa's winemaking scene, could be credited with putting California Cabernet Sauvignon on the map. But in a constantly changing wine world, can this storied region still hold its own?
It takes a whole lot of shoe leather. Our wine columnist accompanied a winemaker and a sales rep as they lugged bottles around Manhattan and engaged with potential customers in the hope of making a sale