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11/17/20

In June 2021, the organization will not be hosting Auction Napa Valley, and will instead take the next year to dream up and create a new platform for giving.

11/17/20

The goal of the grape breeding program was to develop new grape varieties that would produce quality grapes in the mid-South, a region with chilly winters followed by hot, humid summers.

11/17/20

MacLeod Family Vineyard has sold its 30 acres of vineyards in the Sonoma Valley to an undisclosed local buyer. Owner John MacLeod said the deal closed Nov. 2 and the new property owner has local ties.

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"Although we need to avoid the situation escalating, our response must be firm."

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There are signs that Australia's billion-dollar wine trade with China has effectively ground to a halt, as winemakers continue to grapple with disruptions.

11/17/20

Chile has become a wine powerhouse in China due to a free-trade agreement between the two countries. Chilean imports slowed last year, down 4.1% to 7.94 million cases, but China remains the South American country's top wine export market.

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... scuppering plans to try and keep it on track but with organisers saying it will be held "as soon as possible".

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Challenging 2020 Harvest Season Will Yield High Quality California Wines

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In 50 years, Washington has gone from fledgling wine region to player on the world stage. Quality has never been higher, and the wines have gained critical and consumer attention.

11/17/20

"I'm going to go out on a limb and say that this vintage may be some of the best wines of my career," said Emily Haines, head winemaker at Terra d'Oro winery and president of the Amador Vintners Association.

11/17/20

If you didn't know that the land of steak and samba also makes excellent wines, it's high time to find out.

11/17/20

Maximilian Riedel-CEO of Austria's famed wine glass company first suggested we all stop sipping sparkling wine from flutes and get it into proper wine glasses ...

11/17/20

According to the British wine author and critic, it's U.S. producers-not European-who are truly progressive when it comes to sustainable viticulture

11/17/20

Advancing Distillers' Longstanding Commitment to Sustainability Through Collaboration

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Officials are discussing whether to implement a curfew and key details about how it would be enforced

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"We are incredibly proud to offer our support for the educational needs of children in our community," says Sonoma County Vintners Foundation Executive Director Michael Haney. "At the early onset of the pandemic, we became aware of the technological disadvantage many of our local students were facing. As always, our Foundation is grateful for the generosity and support from our wine community, sponsors and donors."

11/17/20

"It's not a complete lockdown like it was in March," Dr. Karen Relucio, county public health officer, said Monday morning.

11/17/20

Naked Wines has appointed Shawn Tabak as its new chief financial officer (CFO). Tabak takes over from current CFO James Crawford, who was recently promoted to the role of MD of Naked's UK business, on 7 December 2020.

11/17/20

Having worked for Professor Mark Matthews while at UC-Davis and Francisco Araujo at Atlas Vineyard Management, Whitlatch also brings a strong background in viticulture to Green & Red and will be applying that expertise to Green & Red's three mountainside vineyards.

11/17/20

Three more counties officially banned indoor dining, and even more shutdowns loom

11/17/20

The South Beach Wine and Food Festival plans to shrink its Broward County footprint when the roving, celebrity chef-studded bacchanal returns to South Florida Feb. 24-28, 2021.

11/17/20

Made with Premium All-Natural Ingredients in Portable, Eco-Friendly Bag-in-Box

11/17/20

The Wine & Food Foundation (WFF), a non-profit organization dedicated to the enrichment of Texas' wine and food community, proudly announces a donation of $45,130 to Southern Smoke, a national crisis relief organization for people in the food and beverage industry.

11/17/20

Rather than put on our Sunday best and head to London's grand Guildhall we are all invited to instead slip into something a bit more comfortable and enjoy the presentation online.

11/17/20

Alexa's engineers have developed a new capability that lets the virtual assistant second guess customer requests.

11/17/20

... a different way to "hear" the wine industry.

11/17/20

Experts weigh in on what consumer behavior-from gifting to Champagne sales and ecommerce-to expect in this anything-but-normal season

11/17/20

The big takeaway from the list (apart from the unrelenting rise in price of Pomerol's top wines) is that Italy could lay claim to being Merlot's new spiritual home.