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10/16/19

Domestic table wines were fundamental to growth of the U.S. wine market in September, as fresh tariffs clouded the outlook for imported wines.

10/16/19

The flights originated from an airport in Allentown, Pennsylvania, in Lehigh County, one of 14 Pennsylvania counties infested and under quarantine

10/16/19

The Washington State Wine Commission will launch a competitive grant program in 2020 to expand its reach and support of viticulture and enology research. The new program establishes the means to encourage scientists, regardless of location, to focus on research issues important to Washington's wine industry as well as collaborate with researchers at Washington State University

10/16/19

Two must-attend events for the Central Coast Wine Industry held March 24 and 25, 2020

10/16/19

Båtonnage, a forum aimed at opening up a conversation about women in wine, will proceed with its 2020 edition under the stewardship of Sonoma-based wine marketing and public relations firm O'Donnell Lane, LLC

10/16/19

If you've ever driven north on Highway 101, you've likely seen Kastania Winery on the left, just before the first Petaluma exit. Owned and operated by the Smith family since 1995, the winery has won numerous awards over the last 24 years. Last weekend, it was sold to San Rafael's Donald family. It's the end of an era for proprietors Hoot and Linda Smith

10/16/19

A meta analysis of research found wine may help diabetes sufferers by lowering blood pressure and cholesterol

10/16/19

Current general manager Damien le Sueur will work with both Vitalie and Clovis, "ensuring coordination between vineyards, supplies, and production, business and finance departments. Clovis Taittinger will be in charge of the sales and marketing department."

10/16/19

The NVG Harvest Press Conference will provide a comprehensive discussion of the 2019 growing season and issues affecting Napa Valley vineyards

10/16/19

The program, officially sponsored by the California International Trade Office launched in late August on WeChat, is aimed at attracting and welcoming Chinese users who are interested in visiting Napa Valley.

10/16/19

The Drops of God Wine Salon is set to debut in the United States this month, with launch events occurring in the Napa Valley and Beverly Hills.

10/16/19

featuring an innovative pop-off bottle cap and a colorful pop-art inspired label - the first-ever wine from Charles Smith to feature a full color label. Offering exceptional quality and value, POPUP will be available in November for a suggested retail price of $14.99 at retailers nationwide

10/16/19

Simon will be creating the tasting room wine and food pairings, as well as developing special event menus and overseeing wine dinners, including those with guest chefs.

10/16/19

The renowned US critic, James Suckling, who travels the world discovering the finest viticultural regions, held a new version of his "Great Wines of the Andes" event in the USA at the end of September and beginning of October, with participation from Viña Leyda.

10/16/19

After a mild winter, the vineyard's year began in a completely classic way.

10/16/19

Mana Wine Storage customers will receive daily emails featuring "spot offers" - exclusive opportunities to acquire rare back vintages, perfectly aged favorites or the latest release of a first-growth Chateau.

10/16/19

J. de Villebois, based in the Loire Valley, produces various ranges of Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir from entry level Vin de France wines to single vineyards wines from Sancerre.

10/16/19

The Forum is a response to the growing interest of American consumers in both the history and modern development of wine culture.

10/16/19

Typically, 40-50% of the California crop ships after Oct. 1, and the commission promotes grapes as a fall and winter fruit; supplies in storage will carry the season into January.

10/16/19

Bolivia is better known for snow-capped mountains than sun-drenched vineyards, but the landlocked South American nation is starting to turn heads for award-winning wine.

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