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10/22/21

The Napa County Board of Supervisors finally gave a green light to Scarlett Winery, west of the Silverado Trail.

10/22/21

Early-bird pricing for Wine Business Monthly's (WBM) annual Wine Industry Financial Symposium ends this week. The Wine Industry Financial Symposium, the premier event covering the financial, business and strategic issues of the wine industry, is set for Tuesday, Nov. 9 and Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2021 at the CIA at Copia in Napa, California.

10/22/21

The national chain expanded the concept to a three month nightly program partnering with Copper Cane Wines and Provisions with a winery popup at each of the chain's 64 locations.

10/22/21

Longhouse Wines plans to offer Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay under the Smithereens label, with a focus on the North Coast AVA.

10/22/21

Amplified Focus in New York and Chicago ... Scheid welcomed Stefan Foster to the Northeast sales team as area manager for New York and Connecticut and Cheryl Ames as area manager for the Midwest, covering Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa.

10/22/21

Dave is a fourth-generation family farmer and deeply rooted in California agriculture.

10/22/21

She's the brains behind the Hue Society, which creates curated wine-relevant experiences that celebrate Black heritage and "bridge the intersection of wine and culture."

10/22/21

... petit sirah

10/22/21

A history of Wine Spectator's annual tasting event and a gallery of memories

10/22/21

Registration is underway for two co-located events, Vinexpo America and Drinks America, which debut in New York on 9 March 2022.

10/22/21

The Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) launched a virtual Events Hub with its own program of activity.

10/22/21

A look at the 10 Sonoma County wines with the most offers on Wine-Searcher reveals that only one winery has any appreciable presence outside the US - and even that presence is tiny.

10/22/21

Derided by trade professionals as "Disneyland of fakes", the scale of knockoffs at the China Food & Drinks Fair is staggering, from fake DRC to counterfeit Petrus.

10/22/21

Developed in conjunction with Mexican-American winemaker Edgar Torres of Paso Robles, the new red blend is the brand's first production from California's Central Coast appellation. The wine is part of Equality Vine's Wines Without Borders series with a give back through sales of The Migrant to Must Charities.

10/22/21

You'll always come out a winner at these luxurious dining spots, with thousands of bottles to bet on

10/22/21

The news of NOAA's 2021-22 winter outlook comes amid the North Bay experiencing a "severe" drought - meaning substandard grazing land, a prolonged fire season and stressed trees.

10/22/21

10/22/21

Directs state agencies to continue coordinating with the Biden-Harris Administration Supply Chain Disruptions Task Force

10/22/21

"Yes, absolutely. Positively. I would do that," the president said at a CNN town hall Thursday evening when asked if he would consider bringing in the National Guard to help.

10/22/21

Changes to how the FTC will investigate mergers and acquisitions and how it will approach second-request negotiations.

10/22/21

The parent company is being accused by creditors of misappropriating $20 million.

10/22/21

Despite all the attention given to e-commerce, 72% of U.S. retail sales will still occur in brick-and-mortar stores in 2024, according to new research from Forrester.

10/22/21

Other leading achievements in 100% green energy use, zero waste certification and more have followed, along with early adoption among wineries of B Corp certification and best practices. Today, B Corps are widely recognized across industries for transparency and accountability.

10/22/21

Mendocino County is now a confused mountain-and-valley geography of damp and dry as the climate changes. Fort Bragg spent $335,000 on a desalination plant christened earlier this month. Turning brackish water into useful water, the plant provides a quarter of the local supply.

10/22/21

"We don't speak of climate change, but of a climate emergency," said Miguel A Torres of the Familia Torres winery at a press briefing on Thursday. "Climate change for viticulture is worse than phylloxera."