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03/28/17

The tech doesn't work so well when people move around the store too quickly.

03/28/17

Cabernet franc is by no means new to the valley. By 1885, H.W. Crabb and other Napa Valley vintners who were eager to make fine claret like Bordeaux planted cabernet franc and other supporting varieties to add to their cabernet sauvignon wines. In the early stages of the industry's rebirth following phylloxera and Prohibition (1940s, '50s), historic producers such as Inglenook and Louis Martini were blending cabernet franc into their top cabernet sauvignon wines.

03/28/17

The Alcoholic Beverage Control Board on Wednesday will consider raising the markup on liquor from 30 percent to 35 percent of cost, a move that would add roughly $1 to the price of a $30 bottle in ABC stores.

03/28/17

Utah Governor Gary Herbert signs act into law which lowers the legal BAC limit from .08 to .05.

03/28/17

James and Sammi, whose OG Cellars was one of the 22 wineries featured at the Senior-Junior Forum's Red River Wine & Beer Festival Saturday, opened the business just four months ago and, already, the OG label has gotten a pinkie up from Master Sommeliers, who are the experts of the wine world.

03/28/17

3Cinteractive, a leading provider of mobile marketing services, today announced it will leverage its Switchblade™ platform to drive mobile coupon redemption and brand engagement for Total Wine & More, the country's largest independent retailer of fine wines.

03/28/17

The hottest large beer company in the U.S. has faced an odd dilemma since Donald Trump was elected president.

03/28/17

The first trade news platform to feature exclusive video content with industry luminaries.

03/28/17

A company spokeswoman said discussions were underway with industrial design and warehouse fabrication experts and it was hoped work would begin in the first half of this year.

03/28/17

The issues are: reaching favourable trade agreements; Brexit's impact on duty, retail pricing, category management and distribution in the UK; re-exports; the impact of Brexit on travel retail; and the protection of designation of origin areas.

03/28/17

It's a wonderful thing to see a business, any business, stay true to its founding principles. Trends come and go; outside factors can impinge; stresses and strains can undermine. It's all the more amazing when it's a family-owned business, and a farming enterprise, vulnerable to the vagaries of Mother Nature.

03/28/17

President Trump on Tuesday will order the Environmental Protection Agency to dismantle his predecessor's landmark climate effort, backing away from an aggressive plan to cut emissions at power plants that had been the foundation of America's leadership on confronting global warming.

03/27/17

What are some of the new trends in Burgundy? This was a question posted to over 20 top Domains in Burgundy, and the results suggest that Burgundian wineries are looking to the past for inspiration. Five major trends emerged from the interviews, but the two strongest were healthy vineyards, with more adoption of organic/biodynamic farming, and an increased focus on direct-to-consumer sales.

03/27/17

Could one vineyard sale raise prices for 90 wineries? W. Blake Gray investigates.

03/27/17

Jerry and Kathy Forest honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

03/27/17

Immigration authorities seized five apple pickers in Albion on Tuesday. The men had no criminal records and were not the intended targets of an enforcement action, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) confirmed. But when found lacking legal status, they were charged with immigration violations and detained "pending removal proceedings,"

03/27/17

Out as early as James Suckling's scores, Sauternes estate Château Guiraud has released its 2016 wine en primeur, with no price change on the 2015 vintage, so that buyers will already know the price of the wine when tasting it

03/27/17

Many wineries are pro large-format containers

03/27/17

Evolving plans for a new wine-related event center at the entrance to this rural, historic village have some people here bracing for a fight, afraid the charm and flavor of their pastoral valley may be in jeopardy

03/27/17

Though the grape boomed in the 1990s, Syrah is still suffering through an identity crisis. A community of small producers hopes to change that.

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