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09/25/20

Multiple brands - including Neal Family Vineyards, Big Basin Vineyards, St. Supéry, Somerston Estate, Lamborn Family Vineyards, Trombetta Wines, O'Connell Family Wines, Terra de Promissio, Pfendler Vineyards, Smith Story Wine Cellars and others - have already decided to forgo some of even all of their harvest.

09/25/20

Mason Earles with the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, wants to apply big data by merging agricultural and machine learning to glean information that will improve vineyard health and productivity. Such a unit is undergoing testing during and should be ready for real field work by harvest time next season.

09/25/20

"The societal need is to feed 9 billion people," said principal investigator David Block, professor and chair of the UC Davis Department of Viticulture and Enology and professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering. "What we want to know is, will cultivated meat be a viable supplement to traditional agriculture?"

09/25/20

Of the 5 states analyzed, only Illinois and California experience growth in velocity in the week to September 19 vs September 12.

09/25/20

The revamped list less about full-service dining and more about what each restaurant or pop-up on the list has been up to since March.

09/25/20

"Restaurants have been hit hard by COVID-19," Mayor London Breed said in a news release. "Many have adapted with takeout and outdoor dining, but they've still been barely hanging on and, sadly, some have closed for good."

09/25/20

The prolonged partial shutdown of restaurants tied to COVID-19 could trigger a WARN Act notice; one provision of the law protects employees who have experienced reduced hours for six months.

09/25/20

These Wine Spectator Restaurant Award winners offer superior wine lists in charming outdoor settings

09/25/20

An uplifting epilogue to last year's smoke taint saga, in this week's Drinking with Esther newsletter

09/25/20

Monitor "Downdetector" confirmed the multi-platform outage at roughly 9pm.

09/25/20

According to the federal complaint, Hung stayed in San Marino, near Pasadena, and Lodi, south of Sacramento, where his family has a vineyard. The complaint describes the vineyard as a "tactical training camp" and shooting range that Hung and others planned on using

09/25/20

With $1 billion sale of several wine brands to Gallo, Constellation should have the wine and spirits business "right-sized" and focused on higher-value properties.

09/25/20

They defied the ostracizing customs of a glaringly white wine world to become its leaders. More will follow.

09/25/20

Shares in Rémy Cointreau show a positive technical chart pattern over the medium term. The timing to jump back on the rising trend seems good.

09/25/20

Should the marketing of a wine jeopardize its quality? If so, something is upside-down.

09/25/20

Bodegas San Huberto appears to have directly copied a mural Martin created for a 2017 show at the Albright-Knox in Buffalo.

09/25/20

This year's wine writing competition on JancisRobinson.com shone a light on the producers championing sustainable practices any way they can.

09/25/20

After a cool and mild work week, summer-like heat with triple-digit temperatures are in the weekend forecast and into next week. Hot, desiccating winds are also expected to kick up, creating the perfect recipe for critical wildfire weather.

09/25/20

The president stated this in a speech at the presentation of the Strategy for Development of Zakarpattia region, an Ukrinform correspondent reported.

09/25/20

Making wine here has never been easy. But with every bottle exported, a bit of hope and resilience follows the disaster in Beirut.

09/25/20

At 815 acres, Candy Mountain is the smallest AVA in Washington. It sits to the southeast of Red Mountain and is within the Yakima Valley AVA and the larger Columbia Valley AVA. As part of the proposal, TTB also expanded the boundary of the existing Yakima Valley AVA by 72 acres, to fully encompass the Candy Mountain AVA.