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02/22/17

Is 20 bucks all you need to drink superbly well?

02/22/17

For six years, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has complained that Connecticut consumers pay too much for liquor because of the state's 36-year-old minimum price law for wine and spirits

02/22/17

Some lesser-known varieties have significant potential; mechanical pruning may reduce rot

02/22/17

Indiana lawmakers are considering doing away with a requirement that small wineries put up barriers to keep minors away from areas where alcohol is served

02/21/17

In general a luxury product has six key attributes

02/21/17

Bound anthocyanin levels were quite different even though all three fermentations received the same treatment

02/21/17

New this year: Expanded online auction features some of Napa Valley's rarest wines for global bidding

02/21/17

the overall scope of the work encompasses a 2,120-square-foot annex, 9,000 square feet of landscape design and a rebuilt wine cellar capable of housing 16,000 selections. Further portions of the revamp, such as the entrance, will not be finished or unveiled until the spring, according to the French Laundry team. But Saturday, Feb. 18, will be the restaurant's first dinner service, with a $310 tasting menu, since the kitchen was completed

02/21/17

Local businessman John Anthony Truchard purchased the historic home for $2.5 million on Feb. 10. The seller was Napa attorney Vincent Spohn and other partners

02/21/17

The governor of Virginia, Terence Richard McAuliffe, came to San Francisco this month to celebrate and pour the four Virginia wines that won medals in the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. He stressed the state's historical ties and said that partially as a result the winery business was booming

02/21/17

CellarPass, the leading online booking and guest management platform for the fine beverage industry announces their first-ever national roadshow, hosting tourism seminars designed for winery and tasting room owners in California, Oregon, Washington, Texas, New York and Virginia.

02/21/17

Pruitt will almost certainly take the EPA in a drastically new direction

02/21/17

White House press secretary Sean Spicer forcefully denied the Trump administration is considering a proposal to mobilize as many as 100,000 National Guard troops to round up illegal immigrants, including millions living nowhere near the Mexico border. 'That is 100 per cent not true. It is false. It is irresponsible to be saying this,'

02/21/17

"The farms and vineyards and those green, valley hills that Jack London wrote about are still very much there ... but as an area evolves, grows and changes, let's be very careful not to forget who we are and what brought us here. We are farmers who make wine."

02/21/17

Virginia Farm Bureau Federation leaders say new data emphasizes the contributions of immigrants to Virginia agriculture and the need for immigration reform

02/21/17

They tried to stop Donald Trump in the primaries. Old story.

02/21/17

The memos do not include measures to activate National Guard troops to help apprehend immigrants in 11 states that had been included in a draft document leaked to reporters on Friday.

02/21/17

The H-2 visa program has brought more than 100,000 foreigners into the U.S. annually since 2003

02/21/17

As the value of U.S. wine exports reached a record $1.62 billion in 2016, wine industry representatives are working to keep markets open in the wake of global uncertainty over U.S. trade policy.

02/21/17

In the late '70s, Don and Sally gave up Vintage 1870 and the Chutney Kitchen and moved up Washington Street to open the original incarnation of The French Laundry

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