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08/29/17

More than 300 guests cheered as Gore, vice president of winemaking for Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, became the 16th member of the state's Wine Hall of Fame They helped raise a record $105,000 for the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center in Prosser

08/29/17

Linda brings three decades of winemaking experience to her new role, including a 20-year tenure at Gundlach Bundschu Winery, where she became Director of Winemaking.

08/29/17

The organization seeks a champion to lead Santa Barbara Wine Country following a strategic retreat and a new Board of Directors

08/29/17

Pope is first vineyard manager to ever make the list. The 40 Under 40 list is normally made up of winemakers, sommeliers, and wine media influencers. Pope was named to the list for his, and Winemaker Kevin Sass's groundbreaking and innovative work in helping Halter Ranch beat back Red Blotch, a slow-progressing disease that over time can destroy grapevines, which is running rampant in Calfornia.

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This is a patented electro-chemical technique and equipment designed to measure wine antioxidant capacity and redox potential. In other words, CAOX® measures the capacity of a wine to resist oxidation and therefore resist the effects of time.

08/29/17

Once complete, Tonnellerie Tremeaux will move its barrel production from the current site to the new cooperage, still nestled in the heart of Beaune.

08/29/17

The new line, which will be available starting September 3 and called California Roots, includes five wine blends priced at $5

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The company aims to make Amazon Prime the rewards program at Whole Foods and some Whole Foods products will show up on Amazon's site. The deal could also spur big changes in how people shop for groceries overall

08/29/17

A wildfire in southwestern Oregon grew by about 5 square miles (13 square kilometers) overnight to about 168 square miles (435 square kilometers on Sunday

08/29/17

Vintage West specializes in representing family owned and operated wineries focused on producing premium wine.

08/29/17

New venture offers students chance to learn how to sell wine in addition to making it

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The Wine Access report also found that Americans are now drinking six times as much Pinot Noir and red blends as they were four years ago. And wine sales from what it calls "discovery regions" - Greece, South Africa, Chile, and Peru - have nearly doubled since 2015.

08/29/17

PM discusses NAFTA during tour of Niagara College teaching winery

08/29/17

The European wine industry has seen over 150 M&A deals since 2010, and a similar pattern is expected to prevail in the future, according to Rabobank.

08/29/17

The region has laid out an ambitious plan of investing at least 2 billion yuan ($300 million) to boost wine production to 200 million bottles a year with a sales value of 6 billion yuan in 2017, according to the Ningxia Grape Industry Development Bureau.

08/29/17

While the percentage increase is lower than the average yearly growth of 17 per cent for the last 20 years, the industry was still on track to reach $2b worth of exports by 2020, chairman of New Zealand Winegrowers Steve Green said.

08/29/17

With Napa Valley tourism generating hundreds of millions of dollars in lodging and tax revenues, American Canyon may have to decide if it wants to open its doors to online vacation rentals

08/29/17

many states are cracking down on what they perceive as illegal alcohol shipping. New York, Michigan, and Illinois are at the top of the aggressive stance; Pennsylvania, South Dakota, and Arizona, new to allowing alcohol shipping, are looking closely to see what goes on

08/29/17

"The goal of Que Syrah, Shiraz is to explore the origin of the Syrah/Shiraz varietal and discover its expression in the world of wine today"

08/29/17

Miscalculating the US wine market has had a $39 million sting in the tale for the world's biggest winemaker, as Treasury Wines Estates settled a class-action lawsuit this week. In the end, the company discounted stock heavily, before eventually destroying 18m bottles at a cost of $30m

08/29/17

Aymeric de Gironde, who replaced Jean-Guillaume Prats as Cos d'Estournel MD in February 2013, is leaving the property

08/29/17

The nation's fourth-largest city remained mostly paralyzed by one of the largest downpours in U.S. history. And there was no relief in sight

08/29/17

Operators face historic flooding across southeast Texas