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09/14/21

Locals say cypress trees have been lost and rivers polluted by pesticides and wastewater from wineries

09/14/21

After a digital pivot for the 2020 edition, the Financial Symposium is back live, and in person.

09/14/21

Shannon Family of Wines will be one of the largest certified organic, mountain-grown vineyards in the country by the end of harvest 2021.

09/14/21

The forecast for a 3.6 million ton California harvest still looks accurate, but the potential is there for it to be smaller. The market is still quiet but buyers are getting wind of what looks like a shorter crop of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Cabernet ...

09/14/21

A wildfire that tore through the Mendocino County town of Calpella on Sunday afternoon burned to the western shore of Lake Mendocino, scorching portions of the reservoir that have dried up amid a historic drought.

09/14/21

Firefighters continued to hold and improve control lines throughout the day. Potential still exists for spots to become established outside of the control line, due to wind and dry conditions.

09/14/21

Mark DeSoto had a Pinot Noir vineyard on Las Amigas Road that bordered the Acacia Winery property. He sold grapes to Acacia for years and they produced a vineyard designated "DeSoto Vineyard" Pinot for a few vintages. He later sold grapes to Trinchero Family Estates. Walsh Vineyard Management managed the property in recent years.

09/14/21

Iris Duplantier Rideau, 84, the first Black winery owner in the United States, was awarded the Pioneer and Legend Award at the Hue Society's Roses and Rosé Awards Brunch.

09/14/21

As part of the alignment, RNDC named three new Senior Vice Presidents to lead the business.

09/14/21

Napa Valley-based custom crush winery and beverage service company Bin To Bottle has expanded services including bulk wine, barrel, and dry goods storage in Sonoma.

09/14/21

The "innovation incubator" for global creatives will kick off with a limited edition book at Luxepack Monaco - September 27-29, 2021.

09/14/21

Union Wine's Underwood brand leads all Oregon wines in volume terms, spurred primarily by the burgeoning popularity of canned wines, followed closely by A to Z Wineworks and Ste. Michelle's Erath, according to Impact Databank.

09/14/21

A record-breaking heat wave, an extended drought and a post-vaccine summer filled with barbecues and fireworks mean one thing: wildfires are back, and they're expected to be worse than ever.

09/14/21

These nine bottles throw down the glove in the face of simplistic stereotypes.

09/14/21

If you want great Pinot you don't have to pay Burgundy prices - not if you know where to look.

09/14/21

The New Abruzzo, Part 1: How Binomio joined Italy's elite

09/14/21

Jeff Carroll on how new challenges for on-premise operators-and increasing channel overlap-highlight the need to modernize an outdated three-tier system

09/14/21

Over five days, Flower Piano features twelve pianos placed throughout the Botanical Garden. Participants are invited to explore the Garden's global living plant collections and savor beautiful music throughout. Each of the pianos has scheduled professional performances as well as open play time for participants, attracting a range of genres, ages, and cultures.

09/14/21

One of the 13 varieties allowed in the wines of Châteauneuf-du-Pape,. it's known for pepperiness and bright acidity, characteristics that heighten those of its typical blending partners, Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre.

09/14/21

The new Russian law on wines and spirits attracted a lot of attention. A lesser known fact is that the regulations apparently also affect Cognac.

09/14/21

Tablas Creek Paso Robles Patelin de Tablas Blanc 2017, Albert Boxler Alsace Edelzwicker Réserve 2018 and Château Bouscaut Pessac-Léognan Blanc 2016.

09/14/21

Voting closes: Sunday, Sept. 19, 11:59 p.m. ET

09/14/21

With water in short supply, researchers and vineyard owners are looking for ways to make the vines more drought tolerant.