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02/28/20

Winesellers, Ltd., the family-owned, global importer and marketer of fine wines, and Michael Hope, owner and founder of Hope Estate in the Hunter Valley of Australia, are proud to announce a partnership with the Australian Koala Foundation - 'Hope for the Koalas' Campaign.

02/28/20

European restaurants have fallen prey to what could be an organized gang of sophisticated wine bandits.

02/28/20

Winemaker Martha Stoumen's Jus Jus is an entirely new type of California grape beverage. More, in this week's Drinking with Esther newsletter.

02/28/20

The two quintessential New York restaurants name new leaders this month. Plus, a D.C. group debuts a waterfront American grill, and an established Italian concept in Manhattan appoints a new wine director.

02/28/20

Both men grew up in the wine business: Their father, "Doc" McPherson, is dubbed the father of the modern Texas wine industry. Now Jon is delving into Texas winemaking too, with help from Kim at McPherson Cellars.

02/28/20

Jeff Bundschu, 51, said that the family has been looking for strategic ways to grow the company for several years and that this acquisition "checks off a bunch of boxes." He said that the company has grown out of its Denmark Road space and has explored numerous options for additional production and hospitality administration space.

02/28/20

02/28/20

Throughout his 26-year career as vice president of Beringer Vineyards, Tor Kenward not only witnessed Napa Valley transform into a world-renowned wine region, but he also played a small, yet significant role in its evolution.

02/28/20

"The growing season has started and now we can talk about the 2020 vintage," said Rene Byck, co-owner of his family's Paradise Ridge Winery in Santa Rosa.

02/28/20

Jennifer Thomson, fourth-generation farmer and owner of Thomson Vineyards in the Carneros region, said the vineyard's youngest block of Chardonnay had just begun to bud. That off-site block sits at a slightly higher elevation than does the rest of Thomson's vineyard, exposing it to warmer temperatures and encouraging the earlier budding.

02/28/20

A wine-tech start-up's decision to exclude professional investors from its much-anticipated equity capital raise, has stunned the investment community. Winerytale, a platform promising augmented reality (AR) from every wine, has limited its shares to individuals and companies "in and around the wine industry", leaving venture capital firms and portfolio investors seething.

02/28/20

Italy's wine country is in upheaval due to a spike in coronavirus cases in the country. The number cases in Italy has jumped to 655, including 17 deaths, amid international efforts to contain the spread of the deadly outbreak.

02/28/20

A student living in a dormitory at UC Davis has shown "mild symptoms" of coronavirus and has been placed in isolation, along with two other students living in the dorm, Yolo County and university officials said Thursday. The student has a runny nose and a cough after potentially being exposed to someone with coronavirus, officials said. The individual is in isolation at a home off campus. The two other individuals in isolation are the student's roommates and are not showing signs of the virus

02/28/20

You and your friend have different favourite restaurants. You always order the same bottle of wine in each. In Theresa's Bistro, the bottle usually lasts the duration of the meal. At Tash's Pace, you somehow always end up ordering a second bottle. Might this be due to the restaurants' wine glasses?

02/28/20

International Women's Day in early March is always a good time for reflection on the position of women in society.

02/27/20

The 60-acre property, purchased from West Coast Wine Partners and owned by the Stewart Family, is the current home to Valley of the Moon Winery. It will become the new home for Abbot's Passage Winery & Mercantile. The purchase not only creates a new hospitality opportunity for Abbot's Passage but significantly increases production capacity for Bundschu Company ... The Stewart Family will retain the Valley of the Moon brand.

02/27/20

Anne West has filed other ADA lawsuits. She and another plaintiff sued DocuSign Inc. in the Western District of Pennsylvania, alleging the site is not accessible to blind people. That case was settled.

02/27/20

Winter Technical Meeting focuses on new varieties from breeding programs and grape varieties that have been grown elsewhere but that have not been evaluated for Virginia's growing conditions

02/27/20

It's all happening at the CIA at Greystone in St. Helena: Join Wine Business Monthly for Innovation + Quality (IQ)

02/27/20

Researchers from Cornell and Pennsylvania State University are developing a high-tech, portable imaging system that will increase profits and yields by making winter grapevine pruning more efficient.

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