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02/24/17

Eight industry members honored for their commitment to advancing Oregon's wine community

02/24/17

"We feel the spontaneous ferment has a richer body, fuller mouthfeel, and enhance aromatic profile. ETS chemical analysis is shown below"

02/24/17

February 24 is the last day to register for this one-of-a-kind ultra-premium winemaking conference

02/24/17

Michael Honig recently discussed his goals as chairman of the Napa Valley Vintners' board of directors for 2017: to raise vintners' positive profiles in the community and to grow the reputation of Napa Valley wines overseas. Honig, president of Honig Vineyard & Winery in Rutherford, took over this month from Emma Swain, CEO of St. Supéry Estate Vineyards & Winery as volunteer head of the 525-member trade organization founded in 1944.

02/24/17

California's Central Valley is home to the raisin capital of the world, but now farmers are ripping up tens of thousands of acres of vines, as the American market for the dried fruit has itself dried up. Photo/Video: Jake Nicol/The Wall Street Journal

02/24/17

Unless you were in an area where you felt the full force of the November 14 Kaikoura earthquake, it is hard to comprehend the intensity of it

02/24/17

Whole swathes of the upcoming wine harvest in Western Australia's Swan Valley have been washed away by fierce flooding not seen in more than a generation

02/24/17

Minnesota's Cold Climate Conference reflects growth of one of the world's newest wine regions

02/24/17

Restaurants and bars are increasingly turning to a new method to provide unique, hyper-exclusive experiences: they're commissioning their own custom wines

02/24/17

After five years of drought, the heavens are opening, but timing will determine the vintage quality

02/24/17

Geologist and wine expert Scott Burns along with hundreds of other people at the Oregon wine symposium are talking about what warmer temperatures mean for them

02/24/17

Local producers of beer, wine, cider and liquor have opened 32 new off-site stores in New York state in the past year - evidence the state's alcohol industry continues to age well

02/24/17

When Rebecca Hopkins worked at Australia's Wirra Wirra winery, she used to tell tourists how Mrs Wigley - the black cat who sat by the fire - was first found sleeping in the open concrete fermenters. One day, Hopkins overheard a customer retelling the Mrs Wigley story, except Mrs Wigley was now a mythical black leopard ...

02/24/17

although the grape is not authorised by Navarra today