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03/09/18

Linfield College gets $6 million from Domaine Serene Winery founders

03/09/18

The pioneering scientist, sometimes referred to as the father of the modern Rogue Valley wine industry, will be honored at Southern Oregon Research and Extension Center, where a new acre-plus research vineyard has been dubbed as "the Lombard Block," acknowledging his contributions to grape growing and wine making in Southern Oregon in the 1970s and 1980s

03/09/18

Caldwell Vineyards now processes a portion of its estate grapes, selling the rest of its fruit; it is also a custom-crush facility. Its goal is to convert the winery to an exclusive estate production facility

03/09/18

After 16 years away, Vinexpo, the massive wine and spirits trade show, returned to the Big Apple this week. More than 500 vintners from 23 countries, nearly 3,500 American importers, distributors, retailers and journalists gathered at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan for two days to make deals and discuss the evolving U.S. wine market

03/09/18

"SIMEI has been substantially restructured to become an unquestionable "global" fair of technologies, products and accessories for the winemaking industry"

03/09/18

Conaway's ultimate villains are uber-wealthy Kathryn and Craig Hall and the Walt Ranch project. Craig, a boom-and-bust real estate developer, once co-owned the Dallas Cowboys. But again, all is not so clear-cut; both are low-key and charming in person, and they can point to many "green initiatives" at their organic vineyards and at Hall winery, which has gold certification from Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. The Walt Ranch project is awaiting final approval

03/09/18

"His black-and-white portraits of villains verge on caricature. For example, Mike Davis, a former technology entrepreneur, wants to cut down trees to develop a vineyard next to Wildlake. So even when Davis does something you'd expect Conaway to approve of - install a windmill - it's treated with sarcastic dismissal. ... Conaway is a master of the vague condemnation ...

03/09/18

Reprinted with permission from the author and publisher, Simon & Schuster.

03/09/18

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03/09/18

Early Bird Discount Saves $10, Locals Save $20 per Ticket

03/09/18

The wines will launch in the U.S. and UK in the summer of 2018, including a Napa Valley release event in June, and are currently available in India.

03/09/18

On March 2, 2018, the TTB got its first MW: Caroline Hermann, the bureau's import-export program manager for wine, beer, and spirits. Hermann is also a lawyer

03/09/18

Seasoned Global Marketing Executive Brings 25 Years of Experience to Coravin

03/09/18

Trump withdrew the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership last year.

03/09/18

Democratic Oregon House Speaker Tina Kotek called the Trump administration's lawsuit against California an attempt to "bully states."

03/09/18

Sweden's sommeliers are recognised as some of the best in the world. They're also highly influential. L.M. Archer asks them what makes them tick.

03/09/18

L.M. Archer's exclusive interview with Ludivine Griveau, first female winemaker at Burgundy's Hospices de Beaune.

03/09/18

The 49th edition of the event will focus on the emerging trends in the ag industry such as small farms and more

03/09/18

Wine Cask hosts vertical luncheon to celebrate birthday for Greg Brewer and his winery.

03/09/18

Grape growers who fight early-season disease, insect and weed pressure have a strong arsenal of protection when they use the Arysta LifeScience portfolio of products. The following products are available to grape growers though the season:

03/09/18

Labor costs were a big factor as the Agricultural Issues Center recently released new cost studies for dry-on-the-vine raisin production using the open gable and overhead trellis systems.

03/09/18

Nation's top court deliberating on case that centers on interprovincial wine shipments

03/09/18

Eleven countries including Australia have signed the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP-11) today, a move that has been welcomed by the Winemakers' Federation of Australia (WFA)

03/09/18

Felicity Carter Interviews Elizabeth Gabay MW

03/09/18

At Vital Wines, our motto is "taking care of each other."

03/09/18

More than half of users between the ages of 18 and 24 revealed they are "seeking relief from social media," according to a survey.

03/09/18

The issue involves property on Green Valley Road that John and Mary Tuteur leased for a cell tower site to Transmission Agency of Northern California from about 1992 through 2016, the court papers said. Cell tower rental income was to be capitalized for property tax assessments.

03/09/18

Pacific nations will be "drinking more Australian wine, eating more Australian beef and using more Australian services" thanks to a new trade agreement with 10 other countries in the region, according to the trade minister Steve Ciobo

03/09/18

The Huichica Music Festival will return to Sonoma this summer, bringing live music, estate-grown wines and locally-sourced food to Gundlach Bundschu Winery. The all-ages festival, produced in conjunction with Folk Yeah, is set for Friday, June 8 and Saturday, June 9.

03/09/18

As the clock winds down on Gov. Jerry Brown's time in office, pressure appears to be mounting on state agencies to move the California WaterFix project forward

03/09/18

"It's one of those coming-to-America stories," said Philip Hahn. When Hahn decided to start a wine business, "the easy thing would have been to go to Napa. But he didn't want to do what everyone else had done."