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Sunday, September 19th

07/20/21

"It's kind of a dream job to be the Count."

07/20/21

She takes over as chief winemaker from Tim Donahue, who resigned earlier this year. Tim's website at www.horsethief.wine says, "Please stay tuned. I am working on something amazing!"

07/20/21

Steve launched his publication, then known as The New York Wine Cellar, in 1985. He will transition day-to-day responsibilities for his key regions to the Vinous team of critics while continuing to write occasional articles.

07/20/21

Floods extinguished hope in Germany's Ahr Valley, where the business is wine.

07/20/21

More than 180 people are confirmed dead; Mosel vintners grapple with floodwaters while winemakers elsewhere organize relief efforts

07/20/21

How to help: Currently, the leading effort is the VDP's "Der Adler Hilft" program.

07/20/21

additional coverage ... "The report) attempted to paint wineries with a single brush of bad faith." Kingery Ritter, managing partner of Dickenson Peatman & Fogarty, said.

07/20/21

Thirty-seven blazes, 12 per cent of all B.C. fires, are rated as highly visible or a threat to life or property.

07/20/21

It could take a major weather event to subdue the flames.

07/20/21

Kory most recently served as Senior Sales Director for Santa Margherita USA.

07/20/21

She brings nearly 35 years in sales and was with Brown-Forman for 11 years.

07/20/21

By joining, companies take concrete actions to reduce CO2 emissions and change the ecological transition of aviation by supporting innovative solutions.

07/20/21

Assemblywoman Cecelia Aguiar Curry, D-Winters, introduced a bill restricting when olive oil can be labeled as Californian. "We have 400 small boutique olive oil (companies) in the state, and I want to protect the industry and the California brand," Aguiar Curry told the Business Journal.

07/20/21

PG&E said in a report Sunday to the California Public Utilities Commission that a repair man responding to a circuit outage on July 13 spotted blown fuses in a conductor atop a pole, a tree leaning into the conductor and fire at the base of the tree.

07/20/21

As they introduce the first wine grown on their own estate - La Réserve - Stephen Cronk sits down with Richard Siddle for the first part of a two part interview on how the Cronks' Mirabeau dream came true.

07/20/21

Gérard Bertrand has spent his post-playing career bringing acclaim to the Languedoc.

07/20/21

Officials said the 14-day quarantine requirement will be waived for the vaccinated.

07/20/21

The "operational issues" are in addition to major passport staffing shortages due to the pandemic.

07/20/21

A health pass will be required in venues including cinemas, bars, restaurants, hospitals and long-distance train and planes, a decision that led to mass protests ...

07/20/21

OIV discussed recognizing Russian as the organization's sixth official language, just ten days after the Russian Federation adopted a federal law reserving the transcription of 'champagne' into Cyrillic (i.e. 'shampanskoye') for Russian sparkling wines only.

07/20/21

The stresses of the pandemic and the demands for equity have moved many independent-restaurant workers to start labor-union drives. Will they get results?

07/20/21

Anti-competitive practices in the wine trade may be coming under the government microscope.

07/20/21

Selling alcohol now requires a more holistic understanding of the business. A salesperson used to be a wine and spirit products communicator. Now they must be an industry communicator, prepared to discuss anything from supply chain issues to how tariffs are affecting pricing. "It's no longer enough to know your customers; now you need to know your customers' customers."

07/20/21

Have you ever tasted Gouais Blanc?

07/20/21

"Preview Week is a chance for the Willamette Valley community to come together with our valued trade, restaurant and media partners to celebrate everything that the Auction represents,"

07/20/21

Awards to be Presented at 6 p.m. on Friday, July 23 at the Mission Square