Winebusiness.com - Homepage for the Wine Industry

search news

today's news

06/22/17

Located in the Rutherford Bench, this is the first vineyard the company has purchased since San Francisco-based private equity firm GI Partners invested in Far Niente Wine Estates in June 2016

06/22/17

Vinexpo Bordeaux, which this year took place from 18 to 21 June, was attended by over 2,300 exhibitors from over 40 countries, with final visitor numbers expected next week.

06/22/17

Northwest grapegrowers cite competition from high-water-demand cannabis operations

06/22/17

He joins the winery from the Russian River Valley producer, Thomas George Estates, where he has been Winemaker since 2014. While at Thomas George, he designed single-vineyard Burgundy and Rhone style wines.

06/22/17

Cork Supply USA is pleased to announce that Wes Ward, founder and president of Santé Beverage Supply, LLC, will be representing the company as an independent sales contractor in states east of the Mississippi

06/22/17

"This reflects Diageo's belief in our company and our belief in Diageo. But we're not going anywhere. We'll still be very much a part of Casamigos. Starting with a shot tonight. Maybe two."

06/22/17

The next opportunity to sign up is coming soon.

06/22/17

Diageo will make an up-front payment of $700 million for Casamigos, with another $300 million to follow if it hits sales targets.

06/22/17

Working outside for up to 10 hours a day, vineyard workers have been directly exposed to the week's high temperatures, which in Napa were expected to hit 98 degrees on Wednesday, before peaking at 101 degrees on Thursday. Upvalley locations will be hotter.

06/22/17

Agricultural production in northeastern California was worth about $4.2 billion in 2015, down by nearly 9 percent from the previous year, according to a California State University-Chico researcher.

06/22/17

Oregon's wineries and food processors oppose a bill that would limit work weeks to 72 hours,

06/22/17

Early registration for the second annual Lodi Vineyard and Wine Economics Symposium set to take place next week on June 29, 2017 in Lodi, California at the Wine & Roses Conference Center ends today with online registration continuing into next week.

06/22/17

Wine.com, the nation's number one online retailer, received 1st place in the 6th edition of the e-Performance Barometer international rankings of wine websites conducted by the prestigious KEDGE Business School. The 2017 results were announced at VINEXPO, the bi-annual international exhibition attended by more than 45,000 wine and spirits professionals.

06/22/17

Climate - both political and planetary - was a major underlying theme of Vinexpo Bordeaux 2017, which draws to a close today at Bordeaux's Parc des Expositions. The show lived up to its industry-leading reputation with a deep dive into global issues impacting the wine trade, from Brexit to climate change to the sustainability movement.

06/22/17

Top Washington, Oregon and Canadian Winemakers from DeLille, Gehringer, Leonetti, Northstar and Panther Creek Featured

06/22/17

Each trip offers an intensive, professional-level educational program in the wine region.

06/22/17

September 15 - 16, 2017 at La Crema Estate at Saralee's Vineyard

06/22/17

After a successful label printing for Wine by Design (WBD) on the Colts 10th Anniversary commemorative bottle, WBD, also the exclusive wine licensee for Major League Baseball, selected Labeltronix to print labels for the newest additions to the 2017 MLB Club Series Wine Collection. Labeltronix printed labels for the Yankees™, Brewers™, Pirates™, White Sox™, Red Sox™ and Indians™ to kick-off the 2017 baseball season.

06/22/17

When it comes to water scarcity, California offers researchers a perfect laboratory. The historic drought it endured over the past few years began impacting groundwater levels, leaving farms few options but to drill deeper and deeper for lower-quality water.

06/22/17

Washington picks speciality crop projects for USDA funding

06/22/17

Giant acquisition will further the industry's rush into technology

06/22/17

"I can't tell you just how happy all of us growers in this area have been to see that kind of rainfall. It was a well-needed godsend, especially after the El Nino weather predicted for last year didn't materialize."

06/22/17

"When some vineyard and winery owners become successful, they often think about expanding what they are doing by 30 percent or more," he said. "This can devalue their brand image. We're not going to take such a risk with our brand. For us it's about maintaining a very high standard of excellence and consistent quality rather than just looking to produce greater volumes"

06/22/17

Amid the glut of not-so-great rosé, where should you look for both quality and value? Jon Bonné on the best of summer's first-wave arrivals, from perennial favorites to worthy newcomers

06/22/17

As different dishes arrive, highly advanced video projection technology turns its blank walls into a canvas; bespoke scents emanate at requisite points; and a cleverly chosen soundtrack sets the appropriate mood

06/22/17

Charismatic leader guided the Sonoma winery for two decades, establishing its sustainability program and promoting the region's wines

06/22/17

Temple University research shows extra-virgin olive oil protects against memory loss, preserves the ability to learn and reduces conditions associated with Alzheimer's disease

06/22/17

Dozens of scientists on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Board of Scientific Counselors and board subcommittees have been informed that they will not be renewed for their roles advising the agency, the Washington Post reported

06/22/17

More Mexican Immigrants are Leaving the U.S. Than Arriving

06/22/17

Whether are on the job or just hanging out, winery dogs are a cherished part of many North Coast wine-making families. Man's best friend can chase deer out of a vineyard or simply provide comfort at the end of a 14-hour work day