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02/17/17

Western Australia's Swan Valley area has been declared a disaster zone after some of the worst flooding for decades damaged urban areas and also vineyards

02/17/17

Series of $10,000 Education Grants Announced in Support of University Education and Career Success

02/17/17

The Terroir Congress was held over four days during July 10-14, 2016

02/17/17

Bridging the gap between basic research and practical application, the American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) debuts today the first issue of its second peer-reviewed journal, Catalyst: Discovery into Practice

02/16/17

Barefoot, Sutter Home and Franzia take top three spots for off-premise sales

02/16/17

Dr Jim Swan, the whisky consultant responsible for helping shape distilleries around the world, has died.

02/16/17

Crews worked into the night Wednesday to shore up the emergency spillway at troubled Oroville Dam, racing to fortify the structure before the next series of storms, the first of which was forecast to hit before midnight

02/16/17

The proposed Flynnville winery south of Calistoga has drastically changed since a 2013 version that one critic called an "industrialization of the ag preserve"

02/16/17

Jim "Bear" Dyke, the proprietor of Mira Winery of Napa Valley, recently purchased 10.5 acres of vineyard land at 6170 Washington Street just south of the city of Yountville in the Yountville AVA of the Napa Valley. The property, which is fully entitled for the operation of a winery and tasting room, was purchased from Napa Valley developer James Keller

02/16/17

The irony of Calistoga being the last holdout from the Valley's well-known, even notorious development, is that one of the wineries that effectively put Napa on the international wine map is found in this northern corner

02/16/17

The Jeff Cohn family is excited to be moving the tasting room from Oakland to the heart of Sonoma where they source most of their single vineyard wines

02/16/17

More than 1,000 members of the wine trade are expected at next month's WiVi Central Coast trade show in Paso Robles, the region's largest gathering of wine and viticulture vendors

02/16/17

The Florida Legislature is considering the repeal of a Prohibition-era rule that restricts liquor sales to package stores. Big box retailers like Wal-Mart and Target want to offer vodka, gin, whiskey and other spirits along aisles featuring groceries and goods consumed by minors....

02/16/17

The winery opened for business in the spring of 2016, and when Good Fruit Grower visited this past August, the Mari Vineyards team was busy with final preparations below ground to receive its first harvest in the fall

02/16/17

The EU has voted to ratify a controversial trade deal with Canada which will boost the exports of drinks between the two trade blocks, and remove Canadian regional monopolies on wine retailing

02/16/17

A quaint pale blue cottage situated cozily among rolling hills of Greene County is now home to Indiana's 89th winery, the Huckleberry Hill Winery

02/16/17

U.S. exports of wine - the bulk of it from California - set a record in 2016 despite having to fight a strong dollar, subsidies and barriers in other countries and a tight water and labor supply at home, according to the Wine Institute

02/16/17

"This bill is long overdue," Wiener said. "Right now in California, we have a one-size-fits-all statewide mandate, regardless if you are a small-town suburb of San Francisco or in downtown L.A."

02/16/17

The rapper's got 99 problems - and his Champagne is one

02/16/17

Meet the current crop of South American winemaking pioneers making their mark on Malbec and spearheading some of Argentina's most innovative wine projects.

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