Winebusiness.com - Homepage for the Wine Industry

search news

all news sorted by date

< Previous   Results: 21 - 40 of 1000   Next >
09/30/16

Zutant is happy to see a growing contingent of local neighborhood restaurants with funky, affordable wine lists.

09/30/16

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.

09/30/16

The Tip of the Mitt's wine production reputation is starting to grow, in part thanks to a recent designation as a viticultural destination from the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau.

09/30/16

Want a dining room with a view in Wine Country? We've found the 20 Best Restaurant Views in Wine Country, ranging from super luxury dining to fish and chips in a plastic basket

09/30/16

Readers share their stories of oenophiles (and non-oenophiles) who crossed the line of decency-and offer tips for dealing with loutish dinner guests

09/30/16

How are winemakers in California shaking things up...?

09/30/16

The arc of the Wirz Vineyard metonymically reflects the shifting demands imposed on California Riesling over time

09/30/16

Even if you didn't know about his many golf championships, you might well be familiar with the Arnold Palmer beverage combo of ice tea and lemonade. The Arnold Palmer beverage story goes like this:

09/30/16

-Drizly, the technology company behind the first and largest on-demand alcohol app, today introduced new marketplace features that will transform the way consumers shop for beer, wine and spirits

09/30/16

Taylor Family Vineyards embodies not just the current state of winemaking in Napa Valley, but the region's history

09/30/16

09/30/16

Ron Bitner has spent half his life talking to his first block of Chardonnay vines. Today, he's honoring those first vines

09/30/16

This September through November, the ALS Association Greater Sacramento Chapter is giving Sacramentans the chance to tour some of California's best wineries while raising important funds and awareness to support ALS

09/30/16

The crash was reported just after 4 p.m. on Highland Springs Road, according to radio reports.

09/30/16

Tom Sullivan is one of several recent buyers looking at wineries producing value Bordeaux

09/30/16

The city-owned building, formerly the Newman Recreation Center, has served as a National Guard armory, police firing range and public recreation center over the past century. Parks programming ceased there in 2011 because of maintenance issues, and the building has been vacant for the past two years.

09/30/16

News that Cosí Inc. filed for bankruptcy Wednesday came as no surprise to industry observers. The chain has lost money for years. And lots of chains are taking the debt-protection route these days.

09/30/16

Restaurant owner Marian Harper Levine broke the news to 60 heartbroken employees on Friday morning

09/30/16

while Champagne was once reserved in the popular imagination only for our finest occasions, that's changing, says David White, author of the new book But First, Champagne

09/30/16

New Publication from Sonoma State University's School of Business and Economics

< Previous   Results: 21 - 40 of 1000   Next >