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02/16/18

Ushered in by a weeks-long bout of unseasonably warm and dry weather, this year's bud break launches the growing season roughly two weeks earlier than the 2017 season

02/16/18

Penfolds wines and, especially, the ultra-high-end Grange vintages, are popular and profitable, and are sold under the brand name "Ben Fu" in China.

02/16/18

During a five-day operation in the Los Angeles area that ended Thursday, more than 120 businesses were issued audit notices

02/16/18

While more than 5,000 homes burned in Sonoma County just 31 permits to rebuild have been approved - 21 in Santa Rosa and 10 in Sonoma County. So far 1.1 million tons of debris has been removed from fire-damaged properties in Sonoma County, about 25 tons a day, said Army Corps of Engineers Col. Eric McFadden. About 72 percent of the debris has been removed countywide.

02/16/18

Chris Morano settled into the pillow-strewn bench in the lobby of the Sandman, surprisingly relaxed after all he has been through

02/16/18

More than six years after critics began calling for a full economic study of the Delta tunnels plan, the Brown administration released one on Tuesday, finding that the benefits outweigh the costs - albeit by a slim margin for some water users.

02/16/18

Licensed marijuana producer Canopy Growth Corp. is already collaborating with the maker of Corona Beer on cannabis-infused beverages even though government regulations on pot edibles won't crystallize until July 2019 at the earliest

02/16/18

Sawtooth Winery's brand new tasting room is opening its doors right next to Ste. Chapelle, since their wine-making is now under one roof.

02/16/18

An alleged complex wine fraud is heading to trial after a New Zealand wine company, which has now gone into liquidation, denied charges that question the vintage and origin of tens of thousands of bottles. Southern Boundary Wines Ltd, of the North Canterbury wine region of Waipara, along with its vineyard manager and winemaker Scott Charles Berry, winemaker Rebecca Junell Cope, and operations/export manager Andrew Ronald Moore, have been accused of being behind the alleged scandal.

02/16/18

Sales growth for wine remains positive for 2018 but is ebbing to single-digit levels, even at the higher end, according to a closely watched report released Thursday, as the emergence of younger consumers and retirement of baby boomers impacts buying behaviors and preferences

02/16/18

circumstances facilitating the wine 'industry's 20-year growth trajectory cannot be repeated,' and that 'Successful wineries 10 years from now will be those that adapted to a different consumer with different values

02/16/18

Amazon's recent grocery acquisition is changing its supplier policies - and some local and regional brands are feeling the fallout

02/16/18

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02/16/18

Francis Ford Coppola Winery has announced that two limited-edition wines will be poured exclusively at this year's 90th Oscars and the Governors Ball, the Academy's official Oscars after-party, on March 4.

02/16/18

Horizon Capital, a leading private equity firm in the region, announced today that Purcari Wineries PLC (Purcari) has completed its Initial Public Offering and commenced trading on the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BSE: WINE)

02/16/18

Without doubt, Riesling is what draws more people to attend the Anderson Valley Aromatic White Wine Festival than any other

02/16/18

The director of a prominent wine company talks about his journey, Indian wines and more in this free-wheeling conversation

02/16/18

"I thought, 'Well, if I can make Tempranillo from any vineyard in the world, which vineyard would it be?" Krause said. "That would be Abacela's Fault Line Vineyards. I've admired Abacela's wines for years and admire the dedication and experiments that Earl goes about with his vineyard."

02/16/18

The French wine industry has announced the creation of four new vine varieties. The National Institute of Agricultural Research (INRA) has made Floreal, Voltis, Artaban, and Vidoc vines which are resistant to major disease.

02/16/18

The project was built on the complex sequencing of the strains. The research team was interested in both the genetic diversity of the yeasts commonly used to make wine and the diversity of their behavior

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