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06/23/17

Wine-production facilities must have current registration, comply with Food Safety Modernization Act

06/23/17

"Sparkling wine appeals across many demographics, [and is] seen as a fun way to elevate the flying experience-which is why we are expanding it to all our cabins"

06/23/17

Ranchers want imported meat labels to display what country those products originated from. Currently, regulations allow companies that import meat products into the U.S.--including beef and pork--to display "Product of USA", even though the meat was slaughtered elsewhere

06/23/17

Eight generations of the Foucault family built up this property in Saumur-Champigny to the under-the-radar powerhouse that it is today. It was first created in 1664. Its Cabernet Franc wines are among the most sought after in the world and yet whose owners Charly and Nady Foucault routinely shunned any publicity

06/23/17

... one person would get stretched too thin in some places and excel in others. Eventually, the job was split in half to lighten the load. The position is now a research director's position in enology and viticulture and does not require a PhD

06/23/17

More than 1,000 trade attendees came out across North America to see Australia Up Close, Wine Australia's new educational campaign that spanned three weeks and nine cities across the United States and Canada. A record number of regions and grape varieties were represented, with wines from 74 wineries representing more than half of Australia's 65 wine regions, and joined by 31 winemakers from Down Under.

06/23/17

There's a definite division when it comes to Pinot Gris, but you can't deny the variety's popularity.

06/23/17

The wine business is facing a number of issues that could be significantly impacted by Trump administration priorities, including climate change, reduction in scientific research and possible government overreach

06/23/17

The life-size bronze likeness of him sitting on a bench won't just be a convenient place to snap a selfie with the general - it will highlight his importance as one of the most influential figures in early California history

06/23/17

Speaking during a vertical tasting of Viñedo Chadwick at Vinexpo in Bordeaux this week, Chadwick said: "During the '90s winemakers were pushing the bigger, hedonistic, powerful styles of red championed by the likes of Michel Rolland

06/23/17

A comedian, a conman, an urgent call for wine heard 3 millennia later, and a Homicide Hunter gets his wine, all in this week's Unfiltered

06/23/17

The goal is to get the shell up (on the winery building) before winter so it is ready for next season

06/23/17

After much delay, government hula-hoops and a ton of hard work, cork popping will now be heard from (131) East Market Street's Ohio Valley Winery in Cadiz. And owners, Chuck and Jamie Miller couldn't be happier as it was a total family project

06/23/17

The state completed work this spring on the historic winery, which dates back to the late 19th century

06/23/17

It's been a long journey for Gesino Sgro, who came to America from his native Italy with no knowledge of the English language. But he's turned a career in the manufacturing industry into a family business that distributes some of his native country's finest wines

06/23/17

Lidl's Crémant de Bourgogne Blanc NV placed the same as a $50 Champagne.

06/23/17

Warmer, dry weather during the bloom is favorable for the fruit set ...

06/23/17

officials and city councilors heard from supporters and opponents of a plan that would bring 152 additional liquor licenses at a reduced cost, instead of the six figures they command on the open market

06/23/17

At risk of destruction is the 1957 Melrose Liquors, one of Phoenix's oldest drive-through liquor stores continuously in operation

06/23/17

But not all workers will see $15 per hour paychecks.

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