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03/14/17

With springlike temperatures finally arriving over the weekend, North Coast winemakers and viticulturists said Monday that bud break in vineyards has begun in earnest, signaling the start of the grape growing season

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The biggest winery and vineyard trade show in the East -- and the second largest in the nation -- is about ready to pop its cork in downtown Syracuse

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Held in the Javits Center's 45,000-square-foot, glass-enclosed River Pavilion, Vinexpo New York will feature two days of business meetings, tastings, conferences, master classes and networking events. Its exhibition will showcase the newest wines and spirits introduced to the U.S. market.

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Silicon Valley Bank and Wine Business Monthly bring you the following survey to provide metrics on direct-to-consumer activities ... We'll send survey participants a summary of their survey answers as well as the final report containing summary analysis

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Napa Valley Wine Academy (NVWA), in partnership with Italian Wine Central, is attracting hundreds of wine industry salespeople and support staff as students to their online Italian wine curriculum

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Constellation is now making it even easier for people to better balance long-term career goals with family goals

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The University of California-Davis is accepting applications for its 2017-18 Online Applied Sensory and Consumer Science Program.

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Joe Wagner comes from quite the oenological pedigree. But he's staking claim to something larger in Pinot Noir and also thinking outside the bottle

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Named 'Corsair' after the WWII and Korean War fighter-bomber (there is an old air base nearby)*, the new winery will have a 2,000 ton crush capacity with the potential to handle more in future as required

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to showcase ranges of styles from classic regions: traditional and modern takes from places like Napa Valley, Piedmont and Rioja

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Asseily sold his Bordeaux collection in 1999 and plunged into Burgundy, fascinated by the range of wines all centered on Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.

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The food and drink bonanza runs until mid-April

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the Spottswoode vintages since the 1990s were clearly better than those from earlier years. And more recent vintages were stronger still ...

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Justine Vanden Heuvel has earned this year's research award from the New York Wine and Grape Foundation (NYWGF)

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the very helpful graphic above that lets you know the amount of wine you need to buy based on how much snow you'll be getting

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The Replica Wine brand is the brainchild of Rack & Riddle ...

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The World of Pinot Noir (WOPN), the organization dedicated to the education and celebration of Pinot Noir, is proud to announce its recent annual event hosted a record number of attendees, and featured the most wineries since its inception in 2001

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A tale of old vines, pioneering winemakers and unfamiliar grape varieties, Chilean winemakers are taking big steps with small production wines

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Photographer Matt Wilson, who has lived in Chile for 14 years, undertook a series of 18 black and white portraits that focuses his lens not on the landscape, vineyards, or vines, but rather on individual people who have been impacted by the wildfires and who played a direct role in fighting the fires and, in some cases, their devastating aftermath

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Washington State University professor shares research; online program launches