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The acquisition includes the Orin Swift Cellars brand, related inventory, and control of the tasting room located in St. Helena.


"This opportunity will allow our family to focus our time, efforts and passions on those parts of the Penner-Ash business we find most rewarding and enjoyable, knowing the rest of the business is in the capable hands of a family with a shared vision."


The big California wine company continues its Oregon expansion with Lynn Penner-Ash's top-quality winery


Less than a year after buying Meiomi, the company sees potential in the red blend Dave Phinney created


facility spans more than 70 acres and has a grape-crush capacity of 30,000 tons with 4.6 million cases of bottling capacity and 8 million gallons of storage space


W. Clarke Swanson has retained the vineyards planted to Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot and other varietals located on his Oakville estate. Vintage Wine Estates will source from these vineyards for wines produced under the Swanson label. Mr. Swanson will serve as a consultant to Vintage Wine Estates for the foreseeable future


Founder Bruce Cohn says business costs were too much, hopes legacy of his brand continues under new ownership. "It's become a millionaire's sport to have a winery, and I don't have deep enough pockets."


In a deal that has been in negotiation for at least two years, winery owner and Sonoma Valley philanthropist Bruce R. Cohn announced the sale of B.R. Cohn Winery this week to Vintage Wine Estates, ending over 41 years of independent winemaking in Sonoma Valley


B.R. Cohn Winery founder Bruce Cohn announced today that his popular namesake winery in the heart of Sonoma Valley in Glen Ellen has been sold to Vintage Wine Estates. No selling price was announced. Cohn and his wife Laurie will continue to live on the Trestle Glen property adjacent to the famed winery property Olive Hill Vineyards which he purchased in 1974.


The deal represents two very different strategies from two of the biggest wine companies in the world. For Modesto-based Gallo, it represents another bet on the lucrative premium North Coast wine market, following on the heels of its purchase of J Vineyards and Winery in Healdsburg in March. ... Treasury will post a $7.5 million loss on the disposal of the assets when it reports its year-end earnings.


E. & J. Gallo Winery (Gallo) and J Vineyards & Winery announced today that Gallo has agreed to purchase the critically-acclaimed sparkling wine producer. Founded in 1986 by Judy Jordan, J Vineyards & Winery is located in Sonoma County's Russian River Valley and produces a wide range of prized sparkling wines, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris. According to Roger Nabedian, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Gallo's Premium Wine Division, "We are very excited to add the J Vineyards & Winery brands to our premium portfolio of wines. The brand's contemporary elegance has a unique position in the marketplace." He added, "J Vineyards & Winery is well known for their award-winning sparkling wines and we look forward to carrying on the winery's reputation of making elegant, luxurious wines."


Jackson Family Wines has been on a vineyard buying spree for several years, but last week it made a different purchase: a brand, with no vineyards


Adam Lee will continue as winemaker; Jackson Family Wines sees potential in single-vineyard Pinot Noir


The sale, which includes Siduri's sister winery, Novy Family Wines, marks a new chapter for founders Adam and Dianna Lee. The couple came to Wine Country from Dallas more than 20 years ago with $24,000 and an idea to make great pinot noir at reasonable prices


Wine giant finalizes purchase of Ledgewood Creek and 400 acres


Included in the sale is the adjacent 168-acre estate vineyard, planted to Sangiovese, Primitivo, Vernaccia and Pinot Grigio and 113-acre wetland preserve.


Santa Rosa wine company Vintage Wine Estates bought Clos Pegase Winery on Tuesday, adding the Calistoga property known for art and hospitality to its expanding collection of wineries.


The Modesto-based company is paying an undisclosed sum for the 12-year-old winery in San Miguel, which includes 34 acres of vineyard and 60,000 tons of grape-crushing capacity


Weibel Family Vineyards & Winery has sold their Hopland winery facility and the surrounding 24 acres of vineyards to Vintage Wine Estates in order to streamline operations and focus on their Weibel Family brand and private label business.


Santa Rosa-based Vintage Wine Estates, which has been purchasing a number of wineries in recent years, purchased a large-scale custom winemaking facility near Hopland in Mendocino County from Lodi-based Weibel Vineyards and Winery, the companies announced.

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