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04/12/17

More than $7 million raised to build the new Center for Wine and Viticulture.

04/12/17

Controversial, proposed state regulations that would give local grape growers a new, required role in helping Napa River steelhead trout and Chinook salmon thrive will get another airing this week.

04/12/17

The restaurant industry could be headed for an even greater funk this year, as more consumers opt to save their money rather than dine out.

04/12/17

Conference offers many sessions to taste the use of oak in winemaking.

04/12/17

Farm groups said they were pleased with the increase in CVP water deliveries but said the announcement came too late for some growers.

04/12/17

Daniel brings more than 16 years' experience in logistics, managing import/export containers and freight, and reducing operational costs.

04/12/17

UK Chamber of Shipping predicts problem across Europe unless frictionless border is in place after Britain leaves the EU.

04/12/17

A new report has shown the UK is leading the European market in online booze sales, with more than three time as many consumers buying online than the global average.

04/12/17

Off-Piste Wines is launching its varietal Most Wanted range as single serve pouches to target the on-the-go market and festival-goers.

04/12/17

One of Washington's largest family owned wineries is opening a new tasting room - in its owners' hometown.

04/12/17

After more than a decade of attracting visitors to Lodi with a wide selection of wines and unique Victorian antiques, Berghold Estate Winery has been named Visit Lodi's 2017 Winery of the Year.

04/12/17

Behrens Family Winery in the remote hills west of St. Helena is making a fresh start by cleaning up some long-standing county rules violations and winning county approvals for expansions.

04/12/17

Largely overlooked, the Arroyo Grande and Edna Valleys illustrate the triumphs and challenges faced by California's many wine regions. Here's what to know.

04/12/17

Farmland values in California were a mixed-bag in 2016. For ever-popular tree nuts, sales prices cooled while vineyard values continued to climb.

04/12/17

Port and table wine producer Symington Family Estates has ventured outside the Douro Valley with the purchase of a wine estate in the Alto Alentejo area of southern Portugal.

04/12/17

Rosi Hanson meets Guillaume d'Angerville of the famed family domaine in Volnay, who is embarking upon the challenges of new grapes, terroirs and local acceptance in his Jura project Domaine du Pe?lican...

04/12/17

As English singer and songwriter Sting presented the wines from his Tuscan estate in London this week, he admitted that were first produced to get even with a member of the Italian aristocracy.

04/12/17

The restaurant industry has added middle class jobs at a rate nearly four time stronger than the overall economy during the current expansion, according to the NRA's Chief Economist Bruce Grindy. His Economist's Notebook commentary and analysis appears regularly on Restaurant.org and Restaurant TrendMapper.

04/12/17

The state Senate wants to reverse a South Carolina Supreme Court decision last month that struck down the state's 80-year-old prohibition on any one company owning more than three liquor stores in the state.

04/12/17

Family Helfrich, the premium arm of Les Grands Chais de France (GCF), has launched what it claims to be the world's first trade wine list on Instagram.

04/12/17

Grape juice giant Welch's is huge in every market in the U.S. except among Orthodox Jews. That used to be Kedem's turf. But now, on the eve of Passover, Welch's is teaming with Manischewitz to take that turf away from Kedem.

04/12/17

Her death of a heart attack at 49 in the fields has set off nearly two years of soul-searching in Italy over what the authorities, labor experts and union organizers described as an elaborate system of modern-day slavery - involving more than 40,000 Italian women.