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05/26/17

Some growers have enough workers or think they will. Others are short and a shortage in California is already resulting in cherries not picked.

05/26/17

strawberries and leaf lettuce - two of California's most stubbornly labor-intensive crops - have helped drive a boom in agricultural guest workers along a coastal corridor from the Salinas Valley in Monterey County through the Oxnard Plain in Ventura County. In the Santa Maria Valley alone, the number of such workers catapulted from six sheepherders in 2012 to more than 2,000 laborers last year. If growers have their way, they will get even more under the visa program known as H-2A and face fewer barriers, delays and regulations. But how does this gel with President Trump's views on immigration?

05/25/17

Industry leaders say annual report is necessary, hope budget will be reworked

05/25/17

e spoke at the 22nd annual Vineyard Economics Seminar. "This is the hottest price segment," he said, about interest from wineries. "Everybody wants a $10-$20 bottle of wine."

05/25/17

Pointing to concerns about preserving small-business jobs, Gov. Rick Scott on Wednesday vetoed a heavily debated and lobbied measure that supporters said would repeal a relic of the nation's emergence from Prohibition

05/25/17

"We've grown nearly every year in existence," said Dustin Mowe, president and CEO of Portocork America. "As we grew, we didn't have enough space." Portocork American was established in 1983, and has been at Technology Way since 1996.

05/25/17

Bronco Wine Co. won approval Tuesday to expand warehouse and office space at its headquarters south of Ceres.

05/25/17

"Over the last decade John Caruso has established himself as a quintessential component in the growth and development of Dreyfus, Ashby & Co."

05/25/17

following its acquisition of Bread & Butter Wines and the Jamieson Ranch Vineyards portfolio

05/25/17

Audrey Bourolleau, who was president of the Côtes de Bordeaux wine union from 2010-2012, has been appointed a key agricultural adviser in the new government of president Emmanuel Macron

05/25/17

Round Barn Winery completed Tuesday the purchase of Tabor Hill Winery, bringing together a pair of the most well-known destinations in Michigan wine country. The Moersch family, which owns Round Barn, made the announcement in a news release, calling the transaction the largest winery purchase in the state's history

05/25/17

Wine and weed? Some Oregon vineyards try hand at pot farming

05/25/17

Once upon a time, a leading British wine expert tasted a New World Cabernet Sauvignon alongside the same vintage of a Bordeaux First Growth. He decided to his amazement that the New World Cabernet was every bit as good as its august French rival. Sound familiar?

05/25/17

The severe late-spring frosts that swept through Europe last month wreaking havoc in its wine regions have damaged a broad swathe of vineyards in Rioja.

05/25/17

The day I met winemaker Charles Smith, he had just become a wealthy man. I was invited to interview the 53-year-old shock-haired ex-music manager turned Washington wine mogul, who'd just sold five "core wines" to Constellation Brands for $120 million. And since Smith was in town to pour out his vintages at a Wine Spectator event, maybe I'd like to report on the sale. I did not.

05/25/17

The Barossa Valley winemaker last week cut the ribbon on the $75 million Chateau Seppeltsfield Minquan in a joint partnership with a Chinese wine company.

05/25/17

One of the hottest trends in the world of wine - around the globe and throughout the Pacific Northwest - is rosé.

05/25/17

Charlie & Echo's 1,900-square-foot facility off Miramar Road - which has been dubbed Beeramar Road - is symbolic of the quietly, yet steadily, emerging urban winery scene across San Diego County

05/25/17

Top officials at the U.S. Department of Agriculture didn't even try to act enthusiastic as they unveiled details of their agency's proposed 2018 budget, which includes drastic cuts in spending. "We're going to do the best we can," said Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue. "It's my job to implement that plan."

05/25/17

Despite winning a majority of farmers in November, Trump targets the USDA with some of the deepest cuts.

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