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01/26/21

The commitment of Oliver Winery's existing employees will now be supported by NexPhase's financial backing and industry expertise. Oliver Winery's headquarters will remain in Bloomington, Indiana. Julie Adams, current president, will assume the role of CEO. Bill Oliver will remain involved with the board of directors.

01/26/21

Among off-premise retail sales, Napa County and Oregon led regional growth and Sauvignon Blanc and Rosé were the two most popular varietals. The data is part of a new joint report that provides a comprehensive look at the off-premise market.

01/26/21

Sonoma State University Wine Business Institute's Wine Entrepreneurship program will be offered online in Spring 2021. The 9-week master class exposes participants to frameworks to develop or reposition a vineyard and winery, as well as different models for profitability.

01/26/21

Ten years after the competition last took place there, its organisers are delighted to announce that the tasting sessions for the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles in 2021 will be held in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

01/26/21

Napa's former Sushi Mambo restaurant was wrongfully forced to close in 2014 and its lease wrongfully terminated by landlord Beckstoffer Vineyards, according to an arbitration ruling.

01/26/21

The group is still finalizing legislation that would have the OLCC raise liquor prices and would raise excise taxes on beer and wine.

01/26/21

Prema Behan, General Manager of Three Sticks Wines and Head High Wines remains as President of the board of directors for a third and final year. Tom Rouse of Landmark Vineyards will be serving as Vice-President, former Vice President Erich Bradley of Pangloss Cellars and Repris has been elected as Secretary, and Steven Sangiacomo of Sangiacomo Family Vineyards and Anne Moller-Racke of Blue Farm Wines and Stone Edge Farm Estate Vineyards & Winery have been appointed as Co-Treasurers.

01/26/21

Chicago and suburban Cook County are officially open for indoor dining for the first time since late October under coronavirus pandemic restrictions, officials said Saturday morning.

01/26/21

A historic pub in the centre of Oxford that has served students, scholars and literary greats for over 450 years is to shut down, a cultural casualty of the COVID pandemic.

01/26/21

In its first season, the reimagined concept will host four eclectic chefs for five weeks each. Plus, wine-and-spirit companies team up to donate more than $3 million to struggling restaurants, chef Dominique Crenn celebrates her restaurant's anniversary with a pop-up in Mexico, and prolific chain Legal Sea Foods is sold

01/26/21

If counties allow it, outdoor dining can resume, and restaurants can stay open past 10 p.m.

01/26/21

Hospitality and tourism professionals depend on making people happy, but their own lives have been anything but in the last year.

01/26/21

"Working-age adults in California had about a 22% increased risk of dying from March on, compared to prior years," said UCSF Epidemiologist Dr. Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo. "And that's because we're living during a pandemic."

01/26/21

His commitment stretches from the rolling hills of Umbria to the Danube Delta in Romania.

01/26/21

The commission on Wednesday allowed the winery south of St. Helena to increase production from 50,000 gallons annually to 70,000 gallons. It also allowed the winery to correct several permit violations.

01/26/21

Many of the wineries in the Finger Lakes have been forced to make some changes during the pandemic to their tasting experience.

01/26/21

After a tough pandemic, the industry could face a strong decade as consumers return and companies build new locations.

01/26/21

Bodega Emina in Ribera del Duero, part of the Matarromera Group, is already well-advanced in the field of eco-sustainable production, producing much of its own energy through solar panels and biomass furnaces as well as treating its waste water.

01/26/21

New Vintages Rolling Out Now; Available Nationally

01/26/21

Winter rosé, Portuguese tinto, and sparkling wine from England included.

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