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10/26/20

After building his fortune in pharmaceuticals, Evenstad and his wife, Grace, helped create one of Willamette Valley's most prominent wineries

10/26/20

This has been a challenging year.The NVV is investing in 29 nonprofit partners who are both essential to the recovery of the region and who supply ongoing basic needs.

10/26/20

The wildfire was first reported about 4 p.m. Friday near Lower Chiles Valley Road and Chiles Pope Valley Road.

10/26/20

Loss of smell is a symptom of Covid-19. Jeni Port and Nicole Bilson learn more about it - and discover what can be done if you lose your sense of smell.

10/26/20

The suspect "used Craigslist and false statements to arrange confirmed cash sales" of the wine and "received thousands of dollars from two unsuspecting buyers."

10/26/20

You may not know it, but there are thousands of wines you can't get delivered to your door, simply because you live in New Jersey.

10/26/20

A Texas law protects local liquor retailers from outside competition. Last December, the Fifth Circuit rejected Walmart's argument that the law violated the U.S. Constitution's Commerce Clause.

10/26/20

Indianapolis-based Monarch Beverage has filed a notice with the state saying 633 employees will be laid off in December. The notice comes less than three weeks after the beer distributor said it would be acquired by Illinois-based Reyes Beer Division. However, Reyes says it plans to employ most of the affected workers once the acquisition closes.

10/26/20

While picking required creativity and an ocean of hand sanitizer, leading château owners report promising wines

10/26/20

Originally focused on providing label printing systems to its customers, Labeltronix' leaders invested in state-of-the-art digital printing, HD flexo, and advanced finishing press equipment to give consumer product manufacturers the chance to order premium crafted labels manufactured at the Labeltronix facility.

10/26/20

-Out of "an abundance of caution for the safety of volunteers and the public," the Templeton Historical Museum Society Board of Directors has voted to cancel this year's Templeton Founders' Day, originally scheduled for Nov. 14.

10/26/20

"Climate change is no longer a theory at all. It is very concrete and visible in the vineyard."

10/26/20

Our Montreal-based Canada correspondent, Dan Bilefsky, was seduced by British Columbia's picturesque wine region. There was just one problem: Finding the wine back home.

10/26/20

The UC Davis Viticulture and Enology department usually functions in vineyards, surrounded by greenery and grapes, as students get hands-on learning experience from instructors who are quite literally in the field. Along with adjustments relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, the department is also adapting to a recent change in legislation which allows UC Davis to sell the wine produced onsite.

10/26/20

Now with harvest underway in Washington - the nation's second-largest wine producer - it's a wait-and-see situation for vintners who are sending grape samples to labs for analysis and hoping potential smoke exposure will have minimal impact on this year's vintage.

10/26/20

"It's as if the world has adapted and evolved around our own blinkered traditionalism in the form of a 750ml glass cylinder."

10/26/20

Our Montreal-based Canada correspondent, Dan Bilefsky, was seduced by British Columbia's picturesque wine region. There was just one problem: Finding the wine back home.

10/26/20

It's the casual moments spent between two strangers engaged in this quasi-journalistic undertaking that can be revelatory, that adds the real human bits to the writing ...

10/26/20

Madrid government imposes nationwide curfew after country hits 1m cases