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06/21/17

A fresh grape developed at Cornell University has the potential to become a new favorite for snacking and growing. All it needs now is a name

06/21/17

Supermarket giant Tesco has launched a range of low alcohol wines in the UK, responding to an 18% decline in alcohol consumption over the last decade

06/21/17

Low alcohol wines-as opposed to zero alcohol "wines"-are a fast-growing niche in the U.K.?

06/21/17

See which Bordeaux wines are most commonly found on menus in 130 of the world's best restaurants, according to research by Wine Lister

06/21/17

The proposed bill is similar to requirements that several other states, such as California, have enacted with respect to wines using state or county appellations or origins or American Viticultural Areas (AVAs) within the state

06/21/17

One of the bills advanced by the Assembly's Agriculture Committee would make low interest loans available to farmers for preparing land and purchasing vines and equipment for new vineyards

06/21/17

The changes are major for Rioja, but look sideways to the sparkling revolution marching out of Italy and elsewhere, and also the single plot classifications of places like Italy and Burgundy which give far greater flexibility to producers around how they make and classify wine, then the changes begin to seem far more familiar

06/21/17

If you were among the 250+ attendees at this month's Wine Industry Technology Symposium (WITS), you might have toasted to the conference's successful showcase of the latest technology solutions for wineries - big and small.

06/20/17

The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) Pierce's Disease (PD)/Glassy-winged Sharpshooter (GWSS) Board voted to recommend a wine and grape industry assessment rate for the 2017 harvest of $1.50 per $1,000 of crop value at its June 19 meeting in Sacramento, an increase of $0.25 from the $1.25 per $1,000 of crop value rate assessed for 2016. The Board recommends the annual assessment rate to the CDFA Secretary who can approve or reject the recommendation

06/20/17

The Ontario Public Service Employees' Union (OPSEU) - which represents 8,000 LCBO workers - are ready to strike as of 12:01 a.m. on June 26 on the deadline for the new collective bargaining agreement.

06/20/17

Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurants, a lifestyle brand encompassing the country's largest wine club, has announced Master Sommelier Emily Wines as Vice President of Wine & Beverage Experience, a newly created position. She will report to Cooper's Hawk President John Inserra.

06/20/17

The Winebow Group, a national importer and distributor of fine wine and craft spirits, is pleased to announce the promotion of Arjun Dewan to Executive Vice President, Wholesale East, overseeing the Northeast, New England, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast markets.

06/20/17

The established Spritz range is launching Spritz Wild Strawberry (ABV 9%) during June and July specifically with its female millennial customers in mind

06/20/17

- Adds 17 new markets, bringing total distribution with Southern Glazer's to 31 U.S. markets -

06/20/17

Pineau des Charentes Is Ready to Take the U.S. By Storm

06/20/17

Prolonged, dangerous heatwave imminent for areas away from coast

06/20/17

An attorney for farmer John Duarte says he has been in talks with senior U.S. Justice Department officials about resolving a case in which the government claims Duarte deep-ripped wetlands to plant wheat and is seeking $2.8 million in fines.

06/20/17

Agroblow is a double-sided fan system that mounts to the front-end of a tractor. Intended as the first part of a sequential treatment, Agroblow precedes the Agrotherm XT machine in order to blow off standing water before the Agrotherm XT heats, and dries off the flower or fruit, and canopy.

06/20/17

Virginia Circuit Court rules in favor of the Prince William County winery

06/20/17

USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) announced 14 grants totaling more than $9 million to help solve critical water problems in rural and agricultural watersheds across the U.S. The grants are funded through the Water for Agriculture Challenge Area of the Agriculture and Food Research Initiative, authorized by the 2014 Farm Bill.

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