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Multi-state alliance creates opportunity to attract existing brands and build new brands.

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As many as 2.5 million Drizly accounts are believed to have been stolen. TechCrunch obtained a portion of the data, including several accounts of Drizly staff members. We verified the data against public records. The portion of data we obtained also contains user phone numbers, IP addresses, and geolocation data associated with the user's billing address.

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In addition to the two Presidents' Awards Scholarships, ASEV awarded 48 traditional scholarships of $2,000 each to support students in viticultural and enology programs in Canada, Mexico or the United States. This year's scholarship winners attend 14 different universities in 10 states and British Columbia, Canada.

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Targeted candidates must be very qualified, with the desire to pursue their research, further knowledge and keep up on the latest progress made in their field of study and/or work.

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That's according to a new report released Tuesday by the California Institute of Rural Studies.

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"Collective action is critical now more than ever when it comes to supporting Farmworkers in the midst of a global pandemic."

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Nordby Winery Advisors will be led by Tony Simmons, who has been with the company for 20 years, and has overseen numerous high-profile winery projects, including several with Duckhorn Wine Company, Foley Family Wines, Jackson Family Wines, as well as Franciscan Winery, Inglenook Winery, Sequoia Grove Winery, Krupp Brothers Winery, Goosecross Winery and more.

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"Future Ste. Michelle sales may continue to be impacted given the many restrictions still imposed on dining and gatherings, which also may have an impact on adult wine consumers going forward."

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Yet the subject of selling DTC in Bordeaux remains a highly sensitive one, even in the current climate.

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A strict lockdown in Italy put a stopper on demand from restaurants and bars for wines.

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Michael Demko, who is the chief operating officer, will become executive director on Aug. 8 to replace Charlie Mooney, who is retiring after more than 39 years of service to the PLCB.

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Several high-profile local restaurant owners are speaking out against apps such as GrubHub, DoorDash and Postmates. Many of the complaints involve the apps' dubious practice of listing restaurants without the owners' knowledge or consent, often with outdated menus.

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In the best of times, building any restaurant from scratch is a fraught venture. But Ever is a hugely ambitious, high-concept dining room with an elaborate tasting menu, set to open Tuesday night ...

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Through field trips and kid's passes, a château and the Cité du Vin museum are showing the future sommeliers of France that wine can be cool. But how do you teach tasting to third-graders?

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All decisions taken by the Comité must be agreed upon by the two key actors in Champagne: the growers and the houses (as the brands are known in the region), and their needs are diverging.

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Napa Valley Wine Library's first virtual "Books on Wine" program will feature authors Lucia Albino Gilbert and John H. Gilbert and their book, "Women Winemakers: Personal Odysseys."

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"discover the online delivery and subscription services offering some of the best natural wines."

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And a neighboring vintner promotes awareness for African American winemakers

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"The new rule really makes things harder, more expenses is the big thing, and really more staff to try to keep up with the new order," said Evans.

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Many wineries have gorgeous gardens. Some grow vegetables and herbs to use as produce, while others tend formal gardens that burst with peonies or pink roses. These six international standouts offer impressive grounds as well as an array of wines to sip amidst the flora.

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Budweiser is launching its first-ever alcohol-free, 50-calorie beer.

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Marlboro maker Altria says stimulus checks and e-cigarette restrictions are driving sales of traditional cigarettes

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On a per bottle basis, the largest carbon footprint in a "cradle to grave" life-cycle analysis is attributable to sales to international tourists.