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02/18/19

A significant new viticulture research project on Vancouver Island is boosting the tiny region's sense of self, but the results could help growers across British Columbia understand how their vines will respond to climate variation. The two-year project focuses on managing the physiological ripeness of Pinot Gris, the most widely planted white wine grape in B.C.

02/18/19

The entrepreneur spent most of her career developing Vinquiry, laboratories that offer testing services to winemakers with the company's headquarters now in Windsor. But her most notable role was winemaker at Healdsburg's historic Simi Winery from 1973 to 1979.

02/18/19

Peter Dixon, the key figure in driving the company's China growth, also departing the company to join its rival Australian wine group, Accolade Wines

02/18/19

Kentucky is only one of five states that doesn't currently allow wine shipping.Senate Bill 99 would allow for each person to receive up to 24 cases of wine from a seller annually

02/18/19

The 19th annual World of Pinot Noir (WOPN), the wine world's foremost event dedicated to celebrating Pinot Noir, is only two weeks away, and tickets are going fast.

02/18/19

proposal to create the 34-acre Le Colline vineyard project by removing 24.5 acres of forest and 9 acres of grassland proved to be an attention-getter because the property is next to Linda Falls nature preserve

02/18/19

WSET is the offshoot of the Master of Wine program which had been instigated by The Wine and Spirit Association of Great Britain (now WSTA)

02/18/19

"if it seems to be too good to be true, it probably is". If someone is claiming to be an influencer in wine, but you've never heard of them and they've popped out of nowhere, chances are, they're probably not and are just part of the nameless hordes trying to take shortcuts to get freebies ..

02/18/19

in case you missed it ... Three people were arrested, accused of trying to sell fake bottles of the super Tuscan in Italy, Germany and Belgium

02/18/19

Laurent and Catherine Delaunay, both from Burgundy winemaking families, headed for the Languedoc and founded Badet Clément in 1995. "I'm the fifth generation of a family of Burgundy negociants and producers and for almost 100 years my family has been specialised in export markets. So when I was a child, we were always having people from abroad visiting us, staying with us"

02/18/19

The list highlights "reasonably priced restaurants" - which Michelin defines as places where two courses and a glass of wine or dessert cost $40 or less, before tax and tip

02/18/19

The press release regarding the launch explains, "Mod Selection is the purest expression of balance and terroir produced in Champagne today. The house practices minimal intervention throughout the harvest, press, and production, ensuring the purest display of balance and terroir in every cuvee.

02/18/19

What made you move from restaurants to winemaking? "I was thinking, I'm not going to be working the floor all my life ..."

02/18/19

Study finds the difference between men and women when it comes to appreciating and judging wine is "minimal" ... While other studies have come to different conclusions, this most recent work was done with a much larger sample size.

02/18/19

"We're really excited about what's going on because this year we're bottling 30 different wines from up and down the state. We're really emphasizing, of course, the San Joaquin valley but we're getting fruit from Napa and Sonoma," says Kevin Smith, business and marketing lecturer for the Fresno State Winery.

02/18/19

Dans une interview Infosbar réalisée dans le cadre de l'expansion de Vinexpo à Paris, nous avons rencontré Christophe Navarre début février, dans un restaurant cossu du 1 er arrondissement de la capitale. Nous vous diffusons cette semaine, la première des 2 parties consacrées à l'organisation parisienne d'un double événement qui intègrera son lot de nouvelles expériences.

02/18/19

Long time pioneer of the Paso Robles Wine Appellation, Gary Eberle will celebrate his 40 years at Eberle Winery with a year-long tribute to his longevity and success in the world's wine industry

02/18/19

"There's a new generation of producers who are working with things like skin maceration, using natural yeasts, extending lees ageing, and employing longer and slower secondary fermentation (sometimes in bottle) in their drive for stony, mineral wines with delicately perfumed aromatics and airy intensity."

02/18/19

It could cost the state nearly $11 million to move downtown Salt Lake City's small, aging - and controversial - liquor store from its current location near Pioneer Park to a more suitable spot, officials from the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control said Thursday.

02/18/19

Until recently, two dozen of Indiana's small wineries distributed through Indianapolis-based Monarch Beverage Co., which started working with them about four years ago.

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