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02/27/17

Trade bidders focused on unique lots from low-yielding 2015 vintage

02/27/17

The Vintners raised $4.2 million dollars, a bit less than the $5 million earned last year, and the roughly $6 million earned in 2014 and 2015. "Had I been the betting type, I would have predicted a higher take this year, given the apparent strength of the economy, and the generally high praise for the 2015 vintage, which most of the lots represented."

02/27/17

One hundred and seventy-two wines went under the hammer, raising an estimated $3.7 million. An additional 43 Napa Valley wines were sold online, raising nearly $500,000

02/27/17

62 successful trade bidders, including 12 that had not previously purchased lots, showed their enthusiasm for acquiring the limited-release offerings through fast-paced, energetic paddle-raising that resulted in $4.2 million to support the mission of the NVV

02/27/17

The new Michigan law and lawsuit raise startlingly similar dormant Commerce Clause and Twenty-First Amendment questions that many assume were settled by the U.S. Supreme Court in Granholm

02/27/17

Mercer Canyons Inc. agreed Thursday to a $545,000 settlement in a class action involving farm workers who claimed the wine company failed to tell them about the availability of certain H-2A vineyard jobs

02/27/17

"No wine lover I know has ever rhapsodized over a week spent crawling around damp Bordeaux cellars in mid-February ..."

02/27/17

Growers talk climate change at annual statewide conference

02/27/17

A new winery will be built only a couple of blocks from the subdivisions of Napa on Salvador Avenue

02/27/17

Welcome to "Crib Sheet," your monthly shortcut to what's hot in wine right now, in four bottles, courtesy of Jon Bonné. This month: standout Spanish reds from Galicia.

02/27/17

Here's why you should care, and why you should seek out tap wines when you dine out

02/27/17

Andrew Jefford cruises Crozes and discovers more than he expected...

02/27/17

Thanks to the leadership of Chateau Ste. Michelle in Woodinville, the Evergreen State leads the nation in Riesling production, more than California, Oregon, New York and Michigan. And Washington's oldest winery bottles more Riesling than any winery in the world - including Germany

02/27/17

Riverland growers should enjoy some much-needed relief this season thanks to small increases in the price of both red and white wine grapes.

02/27/17

Improved offerings of wine, beer and spirits as well as loosened regulations are making the silver screen a better experience

02/27/17

No one opposes removing violent criminals from our midst, but unleashing a massive deportation force while cutting back on due process protections is a recipe for disaster

02/27/17

Jeff Marchini and others in the Central Valley here bet their farms on the election of Donald J. Trump. His message of reducing regulations and taxes appealed to this Republican stronghold, one of Mr. Trump's strongest bases of support in the state

02/27/17

the bulk of the varietal's new introductions tend to be in the more upscale price range

02/27/17

Sam Filler takes over leadership of the New York Wine & Grape Foundation