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Registration opens for May 10-12, 2021 Virtual Program. There is no cost to attend, but registration is required for participation, and all applicants must submit a work sample by April 30th. All submissions will be reviewed by a committee, with applicants accepted based on the quality of their writing.

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Enoforum USA will provide winemaking professionals the opportunity to gain knowledge and expertise in an online setting.

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a diploma in agronomy sciences or equivalent experience is required.

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Panelists will discuss their experiences as women in academia.

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The parents of a man killed when a SUV he was occupying crashed into a Napa Valley vineyard irrigation pond filed a lawsuit against the property owners.

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With the help of Zachy's, Guy Fieri, Dave Portnoy and a star-studded lineup of vintners.

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After 40 years at the helm of one of Napa's premier Cabernet estates, Harlan will step away from the day-to-day ops, but will stay on as chairman

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Meunier, a Quebec native, studied winemaking and viticulture in Burgundy at the University of Dijon and worked under Pascal Marchand at Domaine de la Vougeraie. Meunier also studied in New Zealand at Lincoln University and worked with Blair Walter at Felton Road. She joined Evening Land in Oregon in 2007.

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Most recently, James served as Vice President and General Manager at Larkmead Vineyards

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In 2011, Mutch left WineDirect to develop his own proprietary, end-to-end solution that simplified commerce, customer management, compliance, and shipping for hundreds of wineries and retailers within the industry.

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THE CHOP DROP Wine and NFT Auction Opens Wednesday, April 14

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"Imagine buying your allocation through an NFT, and if you decide to crack your bottles open, you still have the digital asset to hold to your collection. That would be awesome, not to mention being able to own part of the vineyard's story through art, or giving wine auctions a new way to raise money to charities."

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following sexual assault allegations ... additionally, Joe Foppoli, Dominic's brother and a co-owner of Christopher Creek, was on the group's board of directors; he was asked to resign and accepted.

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Two years ago, when a reporter shared a tip involving allegations of sexual assaults against at least two women by Foppoli, editors failed to follow through and pursue the story.

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"I am completely innocent."

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Note: This story contains graphic and detailed allegations of sexual assault that may be upsetting ..."

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This story contains detailed allegations of sexual assault that may be disturbing to readers

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More than 50 people rallied to support Esther Lemus on Sunday evening.

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The California Zinfandel Trail is Geared for Virtual and Live Exploration of Zinfandel Website Tool Creates Travel Itineraries -- ZAP Hosts Virtual Tours

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The company will now operate as New York Wines, a division of Terra Persà B.V. The change in name also comes with a change in leadership, as CEO Sanaz Sadegh has taken over for Christian Claessens and moved the wine venture to its new headquarters in Antwerp, Belgium.

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We went to winemaker Josh Phelps to learn more.

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Disruptions in the global supply chain are causing delayed shipments of new vintages because of a shortage of containers

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vegetation is dry

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Trade Minister Dan Tehan is considering taking Australia's dispute with China over wine exports to the World Trade Organisation.

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Several Valdepenas producers allegedly made crianza, reserve and gran reserve varieties, that "did not meet the requirements." Wineries under investigation include: Félix Solís, García Carrión, Bodegas Navarro López and Bodegas Fernando Castro.

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Temperatures have dipped to record lows in some areas, and farmers have used every method they can to save their crops. Agriculture Minister Julien Denormandie says he will declare an agricultural disaster.

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Government prepares rescue package as rare freezing temperatures damage crops and vines

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The unexpected frost has hit 80 percent of French vineyards, according to one estimate.

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Prior to 2016, severe frost occurred maybe one or two times in a decade, but over the last ten years or so the threat of frost has proven consistent- and this April 2021 is no different.

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On Friday, a Federal Judge delayed a decision whether to shut down the pipeline after lawyers for the pipeline wanted more time to gather information, and the Biden Administration declined to intervene.

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Local wineries have created inventive, more personal experiences for guests this month to welcome them to the refreshing fling of spring.