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Monday, June 21st

06/02/21

Walker's work will continue with more cultivars still in the pipeline to enhance PD resistance and powdery mildew resistance.

06/02/21

She's focussed on applied research to help small-scale wineries fine-tune wine quality and enhance production efficiency.

06/02/21

Continuing a 72-year-old tradition of professional education, the American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) will host its virtual National Conference on June 21-24, 2021.

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The West Coast Smoke Task Force was formed by industry leaders and three West Coast winegrowing associations: California Association of Winegrape Growers, Oregon Winegrowers and Washington Winegrowers.

06/02/21

The company will demonstrate its oxygen-3/ozone technology that is now being used across the US West Coast to treat harvested wine grapes before crushing to improve overall wine quality and remove or reduce smoke taint molecules (methoxyphenols) from wine grapes.

06/02/21

Lawrence Wine Estates announced it acquired a 27-acre vineyard and winery in Napa from Luna Vineyards. It will be a home for Burgess Cellars, which burned in a fire last year. Burgess also has a new estate director.

06/02/21

He just bought his sixth name-brand Napa property, which will become a tasting room for Burgess Cellars, whose main winery burned in the Glass Fire. Luna Vineyards will remain intact and its tasting room along the Silverado Trail will remain open.

06/02/21

"We are excited to add Southwind Vineyard to our portfolio and continue operating it as an ultra-premium flagship vineyard in the Walla Walla Valley."

06/02/21

The company's new Head Wine Educator brings experience from the likes of Decanter and WSET.

06/02/21

Webinars, round-table debates and exclusive interviews will go live every Tuesday (8, 15, 22 and 29 June).

06/02/21

he collection of six single-vineyard wines, which include cool-climate Chardonnay and Pinot Noir bottlings, takes inspiration from the founders' shared love of thoroughbred racehorses.

06/02/21

Most in the Cape wine business likely do not know who Lettie is, and couldn't care less if she hates Pinotage. Further, the author doesn't know Lettie personally and can only guess about her reasons for detesting and generally "bad mouthing", as we call it in the US, our 96-year-old native cultivar.

06/02/21

The state's snowpack, a crucial source of water for the state, is at 0% of average for June 1 after a historically dry winter, according to the California Department of Water Resources.

06/02/21

A heat wave is currently baking a parched Northern California, worsening the extreme drought that Gov. Gavin Newsom has already described as "historic."

06/02/21

It's been assumed by most of us that Aboriginal Australians never drank alcohol before white European settlers/invaders arrived in 1788. But, as Max Allen writes in his latest book, this is not true.

06/02/21

"there's nothing moderate, or convivial, about the way many Americans drink today."

06/02/21

California workforce regulators recommended Friday that the state stick with a July 31 deadline for updating certain employer pandemic safety rules instead of adopting Gov. Gavin Newsom's mid-June lifting of mask and physical distancing requirements in most social settings.

06/02/21

Hungary has a long winemaking heritage, with its roots that trace at least to when it was a province of the Roman Empire named Pannonia.

06/02/21

Winemakers are changing everything about how, what and where they grow.