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06/26/19

"If a state law discriminates against out-of-state goods or nonresident economic actors, the law can be sustained only on a showing that it is narrowly tailored to "'advance a legitimate local purpose"

06/26/19

They're moving to a huge warehouse facility in northern Solano County, the next stop in a national expansion. Adams Wine Group, as it once existed, no longer does. ... meanwhile the AWDirect base of operations in Santa Rosa is now home to Wine Hooligans LLC,

06/26/19

Skurnik Wines & Spirits, the national importer of fine wines from around the world, has announced the acquisition of Vintner Select, a Cincinnati, Ohio-based fine wine distributor.

06/26/19

The blind-tasting event, held June 19-20 at the Paso Robles Event Center, is the largest wine competition on California's Central Coast, which encompasses ten counties stretching from Alameda to Ventura.

06/26/19

Join us tomorrow, for the fourth annual Lodi Vineyard and Wine Economics Symposium-tickets still available

06/26/19

Deegan will oversee the entire wine and spirits sales organization, inclusive of the U.S., the Americas, and commercial planning.

06/26/19

After 18 years, Anne Moller-Racke has decided to step away from the Donum Estate, as President and Winegrower, to devote her full time and energy into building Blue Farm Wines. Started in 2001, with the planting of seven-acres of Pinot Noir behind her historic Victorian farmhouse in Sonoma, Blue Farm Wines itself was founded in 2013 with the addition of a like-minded partner and his 1861 Pinot Noir vineyard

06/26/19

The new, 12,000 sq foot winery was completed earlier this year ...

06/26/19

Walla Walla's Abeja winery is building a new state-of-the-art production facility with an underground barrel cave that will consolidate winemaking operations at its 38-acre estate on Mill Creek Road. The new winery is designed to complement the property's pastoral setting and is scheduled for completion the summer of 2020

06/26/19

Epson today announced Grace Imaging, an industry leader in the custom label market, has installed its third Epson SurePress digital label press.

06/26/19

DeadEye from Provenance Vineyards: The new wine, now available nationwide, debuts at a suggested retail price of $50.

06/26/19

Formerly known as hWa (Hammell Wine Alliance), True Believer Wines has recently re-launched with a refreshed website (www.truebelieverwines.com)

06/26/19

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) and Kim Crawford Wines today announced a new partnership that names Kim Crawford Wines as the official wine of the US Open Tennis Championships. The new, multi-year agreement commences with the 2019 Open.

06/26/19

The Seneca Lake Wine Trail is undertaking a number of new marketing initiatives, the cornerstone of which is a consumer-focused website, dedicated to providing information on member wineries in a way that is visually appealing and easy to navigate.

06/26/19

Scheduled for October, Sideways Fest will celebrate the 2004 Oscar-winning cult classic that helped put the Santa Ynez Valley on the wine map

06/26/19

1881 Napa, the country's only wine history museum, was officially opened during an event last night that included remarks from state Sen. Bill Dodd, President and CEO of Napa Valley Vintners Linda Reiff, President and CEO of Visit Napa Valley Linsey Gallagher, wine expert and best-selling author of The Wine Bible Karen MacNeil and 1881 Napa Proprietor Jean-Charles Boisset.

06/26/19

Bottleneck LLC announced the launch of their commercial growth advising service today. The mission of the company is to enhance the value of the 3-tier system for wine and spirits suppliers as well as distributors.

06/26/19

Mentida is focused on flavorful blends of less well-known varietals.

06/26/19

Plungerhead Wines, a 3 Badge Enology brand, is partnering with the First Responders Children's Foundation on a new campaign beginning July 1 to raise money for the families of first responders. The program runs through September 31.

06/26/19

It has been over 150 years since the Port houses, among the top producers, have collectively agreed on back to back vintage declarations, with the 2017 and 2016 being both declared.

06/26/19

Reached by a gated bridge, the double-parcel property sits down the road from his main residence in the area: a 500-acre ranch with a Tuscan-style mansion that he listed for $35 million seven years ago.

06/26/19

ff to a strong start in 2019, with sales up about 10% through May. In total, Hahn has annual volume of over 400,000 cases, and the company continues to boost its presence at the market's higher tiers

06/26/19

- Agreement Brings Zamora Company's Global Portfolio of Luxury Brands to the U.S. -

06/26/19

Grapes used to make wines destined for the EU should not be sprayed with iprodione this coming season, the Australian Wine Research has advised, following changes to the maximum residue limit (MRL) for the fungicide.

06/26/19

some innovative new research conducted by the University of Colorado Boulder's Center for Health and Neuroscience, Genes, and Environment (CUChange), suggests that the impact cannabis has on drinking may have a lot to do with the THC and cannabidiol (CBD) content of specific strains. "In light of the different effects of THC and CBD on the brain and throughout the body, we wanted to explore whether or not those effects depend upon the actual cannabinoids ingested," said Hollis Karoly, a postdoctoral research associate at CUChange.

06/26/19

The "Holy Grail" Of Aa Big Book Collections ... Unprecedented & Incredibly Rare Assemblage Of All Nineteen Versions Of The First Edition Printing Of Alcoholics Anonymous With Original Dust Jackets. All Books Are Signed By Founding Members Of The Aa Fellowship, Including Bill Wilson, Dr. Bob Smith And More

06/26/19

Bourdain felt like your brother, your rad uncle, your impossibly cool dad-your realest, smartest friend, who wandered outside after beers at the local one night and ended up in front of some TV cameras and decided to stay there

06/26/19

In the biggest legal case involving wine since Granholm v. Heald in 2005, the U.S. Supreme Court today has issued its decision in Tennessee Wine and Spirits Retailers Assn. v. Thomas. The decision affirms the Sixth Circuit's ruling striking Tennessee's residency requirement. The court ruled that "The provision expressly discriminates against nonresidents and has at best a highly attenuated relationship to public health or safety."

06/26/19

Haus, a new startup selling apƩritifs online, has a solution for them. The company's beverages have a lower alcohol content than standard hard liquors on the market, which means you can drink one, even a few, without getting wasted. Made from distilled grapes, fresh herbs and botanicals, its natural ingredients and A-plus branding are sure to appeal to the younger demographic.