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Located in Berlanga de Roa (Burgos), the Fournier winery, built in 1979, has grown apace with the development of the region as a whole. La Finca El Pinar is found between the towns of La Horra and Roa de Duero and is made up of 80 hectares, 50 of which are vineyards with an average age of between 30 and 70 years.


Terravant Wine Company, Santa Barbara County's largest winery announced today that it has purchased Summerland Winery. Founded in 2002, Summerland Winery is located just south of Santa Barbara in the town of Summerland and has built a reputation for producing quality estate-grown Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.


The French insurance company MAIF is leaving the wine industry and selling Château Dauzac, the 1855-classified Grand Cru Classé Margaux with its 49 hectares of bearing vines. It has opted for the offer put forward by Christian Roulleau, founder of the Breton group SAMSIC which specialises in business services and boasts 83,000 employees and 25,000 customers


Lawrence serves as a director of Tennessee Bank & Trust, is principal investor in The Lawrence Group, a 75-year-old farming operation, and serves on about a dozen boards. David Heitz confirmed a press release about the transaction will be issued but declined to comment


Zepponi & Co. served as financial advisors to the owners of King Estate Winery in the sale of the Acrobat brand. King Estate will remain independently owned by the King family and continues to be Oregon's largest family owned estate winery.


The transition in ownership will reduce the workload for Peterson-Nedry, who turned 70 years-old in December, allowing him to devote his full attention to managing his 48 vineyard acres in Ribbon Ridge, crafting wines for RR - a small winery he created 16 years ago - and continue his involvement with the Oregon wine industry


Naked Winery (Naked Wines, LLC) is proud to announce that its trio of founders has sold the company to a small investment group of employees and family members led by Peter Steinfeld, longtime winemaker and general manager. Steinfeld joined the winery in 2009 and became president on December 28, 2017, when the transaction closed.


David and Jody Barringer and Dave Michalec will formally announce today they have sold their 45,000-case company and four Oregon tasting rooms to their German-born winemaker and a group of employee and family investors that includes Hood River tasting room manager Lindsey Ewald and her fiancé, James Nygren, a former employee


Northwest at the center of recent winery and vineyard sales activity


Vintage Wine Estates announced the acquisition of Tamarack Cellars in Walla Walla, Washington. Founded in 1998 by Ron and Jamie Coleman, Tamarack Cellars is highly regarded for its range of wines including Firehouse Red blend, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, as well as a number of limited-production, single-vineyard reserve blends sourced from the state's top vineyards.


Henkell has reportedly taken another step closer to acquiring Cava brand Freixenet, with crunch meetings said to be taking place this week.


Winemaker Danny Gordon will continue in his role, and all Tamarack Cellars personnel will be retained. The purchase price was not disclosed.


Demeter Group, the San Francisco-based investment bank for premium Wine & Spirits companies, today announced that it acted as exclusive financial advisor to Jayson Woodbridge and One True Vine on the sale of three wine brands, Layer Cake, Cherry Pie and if you see kay to Vintage Wine Estates. The deal is scheduled to close on January 2, 2018


The acquisitions are the latest in a string of purchases by Vintage Wine Estates over the past year and will mean the winery has an annual portfolio of 2 million cases. A purchase price was not disclosed


Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits Will Handle Sales and Marketing for Layer Cake; Vintage Wine Estates Assumes Those Duties for Cherry Pie and If You See Kay


Ann Colgin and her husband Joe Wender will preserve a 40% stake and maintain their leadership functions


Jackson Family Wines, based in California, has more than 40 properties in the U.S., France, Italy, Chile, South Africa and Australia. A trade publication, Wine Spectator, reported in 2012 that Jackson Family had annual revenue of $500 million


The Victor, New York-based firm on Thursday announced the buy, but did not disclose the terms of the deal. Constellation distributes and markets more than 100 brands including Corona Extra, Corona Light and Modelo. Its portfolio also includes craft beer brewer Ballast Point. Funky Buddha's 130 workers in South Florida are expected to Constellation's 9,000 employee count. Funky Buddha Head Brewer and President Ryan Sentz and his brother KC Sentz will continue to run the day-to-day operations of the business, Constellation said.


Sources tell Wine Spectator the company has no plans to change its new luxury brand


Constellation's deal to buy out cult wine Schrader Cellars fits with an acquisition trend in US wine that is driven by ageing winery owners, good investment conditions and a thirst for higher class wines ...

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