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10/16/19

J. de Villebois, based in the Loire Valley, produces various ranges of Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir from entry level Vin de France wines to single vineyards wines from Sancerre.

10/16/19

The Forum is a response to the growing interest of American consumers in both the history and modern development of wine culture.

10/16/19

Mana Wine Storage customers will receive daily emails featuring "spot offers" - exclusive opportunities to acquire rare back vintages, perfectly aged favorites or the latest release of a first-growth Chateau.

10/15/19

Wine Business Monthly visited eight wineries in Southeastern Pennsylvania, and asked winery owners what they consider to be the region's signature wines. Six said Cabernet Franc makes one of their best wines, and three of the eight said that Cabernet Franc is definitely emerging as the signature red wine for Southeastern Pennsylvania. White wines they weren't as sure about ...

10/15/19

In the first of a four-part series, Eric Asimov looks at the ways winemakers are dealing with climate change around the world. "… the accelerating effects of climate change have forced the wine industry to take decisive steps to counter or adapt to the shifts

10/14/19

For Dr. Konstantin Frank Vinifera Wine Cellars in Hammondsport, the day-to-day running of the winery is now in the hands of Meaghan Frank, the great-granddaughter of Konstantin. It was a smooth transition that began a few years ago, orchestrated by Meaghan's father, Fred Frank, who continues as the president of the winery

10/14/19

Wine Lovers From All Over the Globe Gather October 17-19 for Celebration Featuring World's Best Wines, Celebrity Chef Competition and More

10/11/19

It's looking like the 2019 wine grape harvest in the Finger Lakes will be a good one for the region's signature wine. "The acids are a little high so that generally makes for a nice crisp Riesling," said Tim Martinson, vineyard specialist with Cornell University's cooperative extension program.

10/11/19

The Georgia Wine Producers' first-ever executive director is settling into the role as the group plans the future of the industry in the state. Karla Roper of Jasper started work in May, having previously worked as a tourism manager for the winery-laden Gilmer County. Georgia wine has "always been my passion," she said in early October.

10/11/19

Vinexpo New York, now in its third year, is drawing thousands of exhibitors, buyers, and conference attendees into what has become one of the world's premier showcases for the wine and spirits trade throughout North America.

10/10/19

HADM 4300: Introduction to Wines centers around "understanding the wine laws, regions and grape varietals of the world," according to Stanley. Students learn about wine culture, geography and social etiquette and use a range of wines to demonstrate climate and location, giving students a taste of the world. Although the course is offered in the Hotel School, Stanley teaches students from every one of the seven undergraduate colleges.

10/10/19

as the founder and president of Alain Junguenet Selection, a wine importer, he was among the first to champion the wines of France's Southern Rhone Valley, most notably Châteauneuf-du-Pape. This dedication to a specific region led legendary wine critic Robert Parker to dub Alain, 'Mr. Châteauneuf-du-Pape' in The Wine Advocate

10/10/19

Once a modest industry associated mostly with hobbyists, Pennsylvania's wine scene is flourishing. The number of wineries in the state has grown from about 50 to 300 over the past two decades, and companies like Penns Woods are finding their products are more in demand by both consumers and restaurants than they once were.

10/09/19

Leading Wine Auction House Acker is proud to announce its investment in and strategic partnership with Montreal-based CellArt, a designer and manufacturer of ultra-luxe wine cellars and tasting rooms.

10/09/19

Maine AgrAbility and United Farmer Veterans of Maine will host a symposium for military veterans and their partners involved in agriculture, and veterans exploring opportunities in agriculture, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Oct. 26, at the Maine Army National Guard Armory, 179 Western Ave., Augusta.

10/08/19

As a state agency weighs a measure that could limit fees for food-delivery, Grubhub CEO and Founder Matt Maloney says his company has fallen victim to a false narrative.

10/08/19

Dean & DeLuca, the gourmet grocer whose trend-setting New York store introduced Americans to international delicacies more than four decades ago, has shut its flagship location in Manhattan.

10/07/19

It wasn't exactly déjà vu, but there were definitely some familiar things about walking the vineyards and tasting wines a few weeks ago in southeastern Pennsylvania. Two memories had come poignantly to mind.

10/07/19

Far reaching economic damage possible if SLF becomes widely established in the US

10/07/19

Leading Provence estate Château Minuty has entered into a long-term exclusive distribution agreement to partner with VINTUS in the United States effective January 1, 2020.

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