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01/31/18

In states that allow producers to distribute directly, TWE is implementing direct sales and distribution to manage customer engagement, planning, merchandising, supply chain, invoicing and back office activities for its largest key retail partners (national and regional). To service the remainder of the market, including the on premise channel, and independent and small chain retailers, TWE appointed Classic Wines of California and Vehrs Distributing, in California and Washington, respectively ...

01/31/18

The "Napa County Watershed and Oak Woodland Protection Initiative of 2018" came before the board after its supporters managed to collect enough signatures to have the measure quality for the June 5 ballo

01/31/18

Wines & Vines now accepting luxury, series, alternative, redesign and classic submissions

01/31/18

Cesari, which sells "Liano" wines in the United States, has been at odds with Peju over the name "Liana" for more than a decade

01/31/18

Pavi Wines produces Pinot Grigio, Dolcetto, Montepulciano, Cabernet Sauvignon and Vin Santo, according to the company's website.

01/31/18

Wine growers are aiming to secure planting rights for hundreds of hectares for the production of still wine as part of the restoration of Ile-de-France, which historically until the 19 century, was one of France's leading wine regions

01/31/18

Jayer was renowned for making very rich, concentrated, quite heavily-oaked style of Nuits-Saint-George and Echézeaux that took many years to come round.

01/31/18

What are the qualities that make a wine bar great? First, an interesting and excellent selection of wine, preferably one that changes frequently, so that regular customers are encouraged to try new things. Second, an atmosphere that is cozy, warm, and inviting-with intimate nooks and cranies. It must be a space that is ideal for lingering over a compelling conversation.

01/31/18

Amazon has disrupted fashion, books, furniture, food, cloud-based storage services, and much else besides. Now, it's coming for one of the biggest, most complex industries in the US: healthcare.

01/31/18

Shares of Alibaba went up 1.82% on Thursday while Kroger shares went up 3.02% after The New York Post and Reuters reported that the two retailers had spoken about a potential partnership

01/31/18

'If there's a potential deal out there, chances are Kroger has looked at it,'" said John Meyer, a portfolio manager at Anderson Township-based Meyer Capital Management. "They're looking at everything."

01/31/18

Napa Valley Nonprofit Presents 100% of Funds to Napa Valley Community Foundation and Rutherford Volunteer Fire Department

01/31/18

Naples Children & Education Foundation lands big gift thanks to winemakers, chefs and donors

01/31/18

Market darling Treasury Wine Estates has once again easily beaten profit forecasts, posting a 25 per cent increase in earnings powered by strong growth in Asian sales as it announced a substantial overhaul of its distribution system in the United States ahead of more acquisitions.

01/31/18

Kosuge (koh-soogy), who has been a winemaker for 30 years, had one of the best jobs in the industry as chief winemaker for Saintsbury in Napa Valley's Carneros region, where he crafted numerous great wines. He left Saintsbury nearly a decade ago to consult for several high-end wine brands in both Napa and Sonoma, and after many successes decided to make wine on his own.

01/31/18

Wine Enthusiast's 18th annual Wine Star Awards black-tie gala held at the Nobu Eden Roc in Miami Beach honored not just wine, spirits and beer industry luminaries on Monday night, but the heroes who risked their lives to save others

01/31/18

Anchor Distilling, both a producer and an importer of high-end spirits, was not acquired by Sapporo in the beer deal, but its building was. So, too, was its name: Sapporo got the Anchor trademark. Soon, Anchor Distilling learned, it would have to vacate the only building it has ever known, on Mariposa Street in Potrero Hill, and change its name

01/31/18

About 7 percent of Jordan's roughly 100,000 cases produced annually are sold through direct-to-consumer channels such as sales at the estate, online or via wine club.

01/31/18

One thing these wineries have in common is their membership in the Amador Vintners Association. Under new executive director Jack Gorman, the association is expanding its schedule for 2018 to include new wine festivals and events. Historically, the association has run two passport-style events - Behind the Cellar Door and Big Crush Harvest Festival - where wineries host specific activities on the same day (live music, barrel tastings, educational seminars) and visitors move from one to the next. In 2018, the association will take charge of, and expand, two more events previously independently produced: Amador Four Fires and the Barbera Festival