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10/20/17

The business and some neighbors say they felt blindsided by the cease-and-desist order issued in August, which claimed the business was making excessive noise, allowing food trucks and blocking traffic. More than a thousand people signed an online petition supporting the winery.

10/20/17

The dispute is over where imported wine can be displayed in British Columbia's grocery stores.

10/20/17

Court documents claim Daniel Macduff, a retired civil servant from the Quebec City area, booked a Sunwing Airlines flight to Cuba last November that advertised a "champagne service." But instead of a glass of high-quality bubbly from France's famous Champagne region, Macduff was served a cheap sparkling wine, his lawyer said.

10/20/17

Vancouver lawyer Shea Coulson says five B.C. wineries will argue as interveners in the case stemming from a 2012 incident when police fined a man who entered New Brunswick from Quebec with 14 cases of beer and three bottles of liquor.

10/20/17

Fruit supplier to Niagara's best wineries, Warren Saunders has spent half a century watching Ontario wine evolve from Baby Duck to Bachelder

10/20/17

The replay is up with Chris Canning, mayor, Calistoga, Karissa Kruse, president, Sonoma County Winegrowers, Jill Techel, mayor, Napa, Farida Jhabvala Romero, reporter, KQED News, Christopher Thornberg, founding partner, Beacon Economics

10/20/17

"None of us wanted to walk away from this partnership without giving it everything we had," says Keller. "Nine years later, I think we've given it everything we've had, and the best thing to do is shake hands and terminate the lease and move on."

10/20/17

Jackson Family Wines, based in California, has more than 40 properties in the U.S., France, Italy, Chile, South Africa and Australia. A trade publication, Wine Spectator, reported in 2012 that Jackson Family had annual revenue of $500 million

10/20/17

When Pavle Milic, the beverage director and co-owner of Scottsdale's FnB, isn't selling Arizona wines, he resorts to Plan B

10/20/17

The floor plans are actually designed to help you taste progressively ...

10/20/17

Life at the Jarvis Estate in Napa County is slowly but surely getting back to normal

10/20/17

Owner Rick Small uses grapes from vines he used when he made wine in his back yard in the 1970s.

10/20/17

Sonoma County Sheriff Rob Giordano on Thursday lambasted U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials for making "misleading and inflammatory" statements about a recent arson arrest, and for wrongly injecting the politics of immigration into public discourse at a time when the community is in the midst of the state's largest wildfire disaster.

10/20/17

The oldest wine store in the US on Thursday uncorked what is likely the most expensive wine club in the world - one that will run you $15,600 a year.

10/20/17

The Senate support for the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act of 2017 (S.236) has reached a majority. This week Senator James Inhofe (R-OH) and Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) became the 51st and 52nd Senators to sign on as a co-sponsor with Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) who introduced this bipartisan bill in January.

10/20/17

Filings for unemployment benefits plunged last week to the lowest level since 1973 as workers affected by hurricanes Harvey and Irma continued to return to their jobs, Labor Department figures showed Thursday

10/20/17

Cork Supply plans on using radiation to analyse the internal structure of each cork and assess its permeability, and thereby predict its oxygen transmission rate ...

10/19/17

The wine industry faced unprecedented challenges in 2017, ranging from the drought to the heavy downpour of rain and recently, raging wildfires in the Pacific Northwest, Napa and Sonoma

10/19/17

Plans to pursue and coordinate research efforts to find solutions to prevent and manage grapevine viruses more aggressively, Nursery vine materials remain a concern, board okays new Red Blotch research

10/19/17

(with this morning's containment numbers) work remains as firefighters stamp out hotspots. Ongoing dangers include snapping trees, downed wires and rolling logs

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