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09/28/16

Founder of finance event compares wine industry today with 1992

09/28/16

The North Coast wine industry will continue to experience mergers and acquisitions over the next few years as major wine companies seek to expand their presence in the premium American wine market, two top executives said Tuesday

09/28/16

Millennials, whose baby boomer parents were the first generation of U.S. premium wine drinkers, are consuming more and higher-value wines, driven by a thirst for quality, new experiences and information-sharing, according to wine industry leaders surveyed by UC Davis

09/28/16

shareholders backed the brewer's $100-billion-plus takeover by rival Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABI.BR) by a large majority on Wednesday, paving the way for one of the biggest corporate mergers in history

09/28/16

Mexico's Jose Cuervo, the world's largest tequila producer, on Tuesday announced its long-awaited initial public offering, which could raise up to $1 billion, another sign of a wider revival in Latin American stock flotations

09/28/16

Bank of America Merrill Lynch expects Treasury Wine Estates to more than double US earnings to $289 million in 2019, helping to power the company to a profit of $489m in the year, up from $218m last year.

09/28/16

A fast-moving wildfire burning in the Santa Cruz Mountains has scorched more than 2,250 acres, destroyed a home and triggered evacuations, as firefighters continued to battle multiple blazes across the state Tuesday

09/28/16

Challenging conditions generally breed outstanding wines, but lately domestic vineyard rows have been gasping for air. Climate change has ushered in a host of extremes, namely in the form of heat, drought and wildfires, and when stress like this persists, the nature of the practice becomes a tad hazy.

09/28/16

SIP Certified Sustainability Seal of Approval Now Available for Wineries

09/28/16

Four city sommeliers on entry-level positions, manual labor and really good wine lists

09/28/16

Pencil a horizontal line eastward from the city of San Francisco toward Yosemite National Park. Just before the park, and north a few dozen miles, spreads a California wine region beginning to boil with renown

09/28/16

"We can certainly make improvements in the area of staffing and pay," Executive Director Sal Petilos said after the annual state audit was presented Tuesday.

09/28/16

Europe's biggest lender Deutsche Bank has lost more than half of its value since January, posing a threat to the stability of other banks across the continent. Some analysts are worried it could invoke a large-scale crisis, bigger than in 2008

09/28/16

West Dundee created a new liquor license classification Monday earmarked for Cinemark Theaters, which is building a new eight-screen movie theater in Spring Hill Mall

09/28/16

A reduced harvest is getting even smaller, thanks to light-fingered gangs helping themselves.

09/28/16

Der Rheinlander, the 53-year-old Northeast Portland German restaurant, will close early next year, the restaurant confirmed.

09/28/16

Yet despite temperatures that topped out at 108 degrees, the weather in San Luis Obispo was still a far cry from the all-time highs for Sept. 27

09/28/16

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge tasted wine and picked grapes at Mission Hill Winery in British Columbia as part of their tour of Canada...

09/28/16

Looking for a slower life in St. Helena, Novak ended up building one of the region's top sources of Cabernet Sauvignon

09/28/16

Erin Dix works as a fine-wine manager at Major Brands, a wholesaler in St. Louis, Missouri. She talks about what her job entails, why most people don't know exactly what she does, and whether working in the industry has changed her perception of wine. This interview has been lightly edited for length and clarity

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