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Tuesday, November 24th

10/16/20

Saving the vintage - and the vineyard - from fire might just depend on your budget.

10/16/20

Some provided on-the-ground aid to deliver meals amid the blazes, while others are coming up with creative fundraisers for victims with longer-term needs

10/16/20

Owner Fred Schweiger worked for CAL FIRE in the 1960s, and he put that experience to use with his vintage fire engine.

10/16/20

Move cautiously, the California Farm Bureau Federation, Napa County Farm Bureau, Napa Valley Grapegrowers and Winegrowers of Napa County advised. They want to make certain a countywide water agency wouldn't hurt farmland, possibly by influencing land use.

10/16/20

Nearly 80 Wineries Form Coalition to Battle Vintners Association's Wine BID Proposal

10/16/20

Longoria Wines Seeks to Sell It All, While Ampelos Cellars Offloading Vineyard, Not Brand

10/16/20

The agency announced a "Sixth Notice of Regulatory Relief" to allow for virtual winemaker dinners and relief for charitable promotions and sales for COVID-19 nonprofits.

10/16/20

Wine reviewer Nina Bobillier, who had part-Swiss and part-New Zealand heritage, succumbed in less than a fortnight to the deadly infection on Monday according to tributes posted online.

10/16/20

In its place will be a digital event called WBWE Connect, an online service enabling producers to present their wines to a broad audience of international professionals.

10/16/20

Don't bet on the U.S.-Canadian border reopening after the closure agreement expires Oct. 21.

10/16/20

California's marijuana industry has no further to look than the Napa Valley when establishing regional identities for its cannabis products.

10/16/20

Relief funds, housing program part of efforts to shield laborers as harvests roll on.

10/16/20

The Meininger Excellence in Wine and Spirit awards are a top event on the European wine calendar. Postponed in 2020 because of the pandemic, the results were finally revealed in Düsseldorf this week.

10/16/20

Although tensions have now subsided, the bulk selling season is anything but a walk in the park, and market uncertainties are uppermost in everyone's minds.

10/16/20

If you have not been to the Okanagan Valley then put it on your ever growing bucket list of things to do when we can get back to our normal wine travels. It's already captured Paul Beavis' heart as he explains…

10/16/20

A gift from the Paul Lauzier Charitable Foundation is delivering much-needed space and equipment for hands-on student learning at Washington State University's Wine Science Center in north Richland.

10/16/20

Colangelo & Partners (www.colangelopr.com) is a fine wine and spirits PR agency.

10/16/20

If you are tired of drinking the same old thing, these bottles, from nine different countries, represent the wide range of great values now available.

10/16/20

The words we use to talk about wine often say more about us than the wine itself-how we want to be seen, which club we want to be a part of. Are you deductive or intuitive? A numbers gal or a feelings gal? Nerd or jock? Country or rock 'n' roll?

10/16/20

A restored Tuscan estate dating back to the 13th century nestled among vineyards and olive groves has been listed for sale for €12.7m (£11.6m / $15m).

10/16/20

The Italian wine legend talks about revolutionizing Tuscan wine, ushering in the next generation at his family company and planting new vines across the globe

10/16/20

New winery says 9-storey structure will be a landmark; some city councillors aren't seeing the light

10/16/20

Jane Anson reports on how the Bordeaux 2020 vintage is shaping up, with exclusive analysis and commentary plus month-by-month detail on the growing season and how estates have dealt with the impact of Covid-19.

10/16/20

Kate Nicholls, CEO of UK Hospitality (UKH), has warned that 200,000 hospitality jobs could be lost this weekend alone in central London as new Tier 2 restrictions are implemented.

10/16/20

Nearly 8 million Americans have slid into poverty since May, according to a Columbia University study reported by the New York Times.