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02/12/21

With older vintages dating to 1964 and nearly 400 large format bottles including rare sizes, lots from BOND, Harlan, Screaming Eagle, Opus One, Silver Oak, Chateau Montelena, Robert Mondavi, etc.

02/12/21

Join winery principals, owners, CFOs and executives, winemakers and wine marketers, as well as those who conduct business in the financial and economic sectors of the wine world on the morning of March 30, 2021 for the fully digital conference.

02/12/21

In lieu of the annual Convention & Exposition, WSWA announces a virtual WSWA Brand Battle Tournament for craft, startup and small production wine, spirits and low/no alcohol brands

02/12/21

Fulfillment houses are often mistakenly conflated with third-party providers, or TPPs. HB 0742 was authored by Representative William Lamberth, the majority leader, with support of local wholesalers and retailers, disappointed in the loss at the Supreme Court in the Tennessee Wine & Spirits Retailers v. Thomas case.

02/12/21

"A missed opportunity."

02/12/21

A Black Lives Matter rally is now scheduled Sunday in front of the restaurant.

02/12/21

Providing real-time Tickr dashboards for suppliers using internal and external data sources to publish brand and product performance by geography and segment, etc.

02/12/21

Elizabeth Kester named Head of Winemaking and Andy Lynch named Head of Quality.

02/12/21

Baljeu will help manage vineyard and winery production operations under the direction of Director of Winemaking, Douglas Danielak.

02/12/21

Colangelo & Partners announces three long-term senior employees earned junior partner status.

02/12/21

The range includes Fuso, Mariotti, Luigi Tecce, Franchino, Venditti, Le Vigne di Alice, I Custodi, Cardedu, Belisario, Valli Unite and Vigneti Massa, among others.

02/12/21

Hailing from the Loire and with skills honed under Marc Kent at Boekenhoustkloof, winemaker Vincent Chansault has been getting all the right notices since he started making wines at Domaine Gayda in the Languedoc. Chansault is a bold winemaker and is constantly pushing the envelope with exciting blends, techniques and a variety of ageing vessels. David Kermode talks to him about the estate's various ranges, tastes through a wide selection of the new wines, and finds out why at Gayda he has the freedom to truly express himself as a winemaker.

02/12/21

The new recycling co-op will be available to breweries and small businesses across Western North Carolina, greatly increasing the area's ability to recycle commercial materials.

02/12/21

The city of Bakersfield, and the Kern County Water Agency are suing nearby water districts over their plan to skim water from Kern County sources for transport to other parts of the state - water that county officials say they need for themselves.

02/12/21

On January 20, 2021, the California State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) adopted a new statewide general Waste Discharge Requirement (WDR) order for winery process waste discharge facilities (New Winery Order). This action will affect thousands of wineries and wine processing facilities throughout the state. Though the State Water Board adopted the New Winery Order to streamline and improve permitting consistency while also strengthening environmental protection, wine industry groups have expressed concerns over its burdensome compliance costs.

02/12/21

SevenFifty earned a place as one of 50 Best Small Businesses to work for. The annual awards include companies of all sizes, from startups to enterprise, nationally and in the eight largest tech markets.

02/12/21

Sen. Bill Dodd, D-Napa, introduced legislation today that throws a lifeline to California restaurants struggling to survive the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic by allowing them to sell to-go cocktails as part of take-out and delivery food orders.

02/12/21

The same rigmarole that came with the Big Apple's first foray into indoor dining amid the COVID-19 pandemic will also apply on Friday - temperatures will be screened and names will be noted for contact tracing.

02/12/21

When Marie-Ines Romelle, a Black woman born on the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe, decided to join the exclusive world of France's champagne producers, she saw no one who looked like her.

02/12/21

In Searching for Italy, the award-winning actor dives into the fine art of Neapolitan pizza, the Sicilian wine scene and more

02/12/21

Australia on Friday moved a step closer to introducing pioneering legislation that would force tech giants to pay for sharing news content, a move that could change how people worldwide experience the internet.

02/12/21

City life came to a standstill from London to Berlin when Covid-19 struck. Now worries of a lasting exodus are pushing urban authorities to address long-festering problems.

02/12/21

Neither a pandemic or a global economic recession give much cause for celebration - making it tough times for Champagne.

02/12/21

Bloomberg reported recently that the E.U. has made an offer to drop tariffs related to the aerospace dispute at the heart of the trade tensions if the U.S. will follow suit.