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05/22/17

As a reporter for the Napa Valley Register, for 50 years, L. Pierce Carson chronicled the evolution of an obscure agricultural valley to a world-renowned wine producer. He told the stories of the people who were drawn to it, vintners, chefs and artists ...

05/22/17

Remote wineries rely on community support, less on wine clubs

05/22/17

Input from Washington's wine industry will guide research priorities moving forward

05/22/17

Total Wine & More has four outlets in Massachusetts, including one in Everett. Many of its outlets approach 50,000 square feet, or more than the average supermarket

05/22/17

In 2014, he sold the company to Argentine billionaire Alejandro Bulgheroni. "It just felt like time" to sell, Pope said. "It was either that go to the bank and borrow money to expand. I sold him a nice company with zero debt and great track record."

05/22/17

This elongated, oversized bottle is normally the hallmark of malt liquor found in corner convenience stores. But twist the cap and you'll find adult beverages better suited for brunching, rather than a scene from "Boyz n the Hood."

05/22/17

"I remember looking out over the Nebbiolo and saying, 'I'll graft all of you,'" says grower Stephy Terrizzi of the notoriously stubborn Italian grapevines, these ones with fruit destined for her Giornata wines.

05/22/17

Successfully negotiating the relationship between winery and customer isn't easy, W. Blake Gray discovers.

05/22/17

Every wine region needs its star properties. Not, of course, to dominate, but to draw attention to what can be done, to open up distant markets, and to inspire and encourage smaller and newer competitors

05/22/17

Here's what you can expect in a wine made from the Bacchus grape, following surprise success at the 2017 Decanter World Wine Awards for an English white wine produced in Norfolk

05/22/17

Why flowering is most important time for making wine

05/22/17

Detention of John Chang and Allison Lu described as 'outrageous and unconscionable'

05/22/17

oak aging is all about offering control of oxidation

05/22/17

La Frenz Winery on the Okanagan Valley's revered Naramata Bench won four gold medals, including a best of class award, at the Dan Berger International Wine Competition. Formerly known as the Riverside International Wine Competition, founder Dan Berger last year renamed it and moved it to his home in Sonoma County.

05/22/17

Citrus growers and viticulturists across the Mildura region will benefit from three biosecurity projects worth over $250,000 to protect the industry from plant pests and to open up export opportunities.

05/22/17

firms may not be making their decisions about consultants in this rational way. Wineries with the best terroirs were actually more likely to hire consultants, despite benefiting less from their advice