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04/22/19

Six practices differentiate wineries that get better online sales results ...

04/22/19

"This is my exit seminar," Larry Williams joked, referring to the presentation UC Davis graduate students have to give before leaving campus. ... Speakers discussed evapotranspiration, water footprint, new vine-growth models as tools for irrigation management, and soil moisture monitoring. Many had worked with Williams ...

04/22/19

He spent the last 30 years of his work life with Balzac Communications in Napa Valley. This opportunity wed his love of people, wine and creativity. The friendships forged were memorable and lifelong

04/22/19

the Pinot Grigio Spritzer will be crisp with pear, chamomile tea, and lemon hints. The Pink Moscato Spritzer, however, will be sweeter with peach, strawberry, and "subtle honey" notes. ... other flavors include Red Sangria with hints of berry and citrus, Summer Red with light raspberry and orange flavors, Moscato with peach and tangerine notes, and Crisp White with hints of melon and pear

04/22/19

Fifth generation family winegrowers lead the way in innovative ethical practices and sustainability programming

04/22/19

In 130 years of operating in Spain's wine industry, Bodegas Valdemar has been at the forefront of a lot of firsts

04/22/19

"Everyone who works with Courtney appreciates her boundless optimism, speed, tenacity, and ability to creatively solve complex problems; this role naturally extends her skills where she can apply her passion for customer nirvana and Precept Wine."

04/22/19

Join Principal Investigator Dr. Terry Bates of Cornell University as he puts into action the variable rate techniques and technology he and his team developed, here focused on shoot thinning.

04/22/19

Talk with many Napa Valley winemakers and they'll tell you that Dave Phinney has the Midas touch when it comes to making wildly popular, edgy wines.

04/22/19

Jane Anson rounds up the latest Bordeaux wine bars, as well as tips on new hotel and museum openings in the city

04/22/19

A look at the most sought-after cuvées from this regal grape reveals some new kids on the block.

04/22/19

Tickets are now on sale for the premier forum for women in wine

04/22/19

Making varietally correct, exemplary wine for 166 years at a fair price

04/22/19

There's an assumption that Aussies can knock back tons of tinnies without much hassle.

04/22/19

for a story he wrote for Wine-Searcher about Hunter Valley Semillon. He was pipped for first by Megan Houston Maker with her Terroir Review article Toward a New Lexicon for American Wine. Becca Yeamans came third with a story about the use of synthetic yeast in winemaking

04/22/19

Total Wine & More - a fast-growing chain of nearly 200 stores across 23 states that's been branded by critics as a ruthless "Walmart of liquor" - is appealing a decision by the New York State Liquor Authority to reject its application for a 21,000-square-foot store near White Plains.

04/22/19

Patagonia's flagrant beauty and untamed wilderness put it at the top of the bucket list for any wanderlust traveller, and the region's wines are hidden gems of South America, says Amanda Barnes....

04/22/19

Scharffenberger Cellars opened in 1981 in the heart of California's Anderson Valley, which is located only miles from the coastal influences of the Pacific Ocean. It benefits from the deep soils and sunshine within that protected valley.

04/22/19

Walla Walla Community College's Enology and Viticulture program will soon have a French accent, of sorts.

04/22/19

A senate bill that would create the Oregon Winery and Winemakers Task Force was referred to the Ways and Means Committee on Thursday.

04/22/19

The new cult winemaker would sell 500 cases of wine at $40 a bottle, not $400?

04/22/19

Cannabis and Cabernet have a lot in common. Jamie Evans came to that realization while she studied viticulture at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo

04/22/19

The beverage industry is evolving, as many young people find marijuana a more appealing alternative

04/22/19

While this can be a normal reaction to binge drinking, it can also be a sign of a deeper issue, something called "hangxiety."

04/22/19

Coribante's intriguing combination of aromas and concentrated red color perfectly capture its powerful character. Thanks to an unexpected union of two grape varieties, the burst of aromas makes for a delicious, flavor-packed journey

04/22/19

"So let me get this right? I guessed all four bourbons in a blind tasting, including a couple batch numbers, and you're telling me that I wouldn't make a good bourbon judge?"

04/22/19

From donkey milk delicacies to larvae invested luxuries, here are six of the world's most unforgettable cheeses

04/22/19

when it comes to actually doing something to meet those goals, many companies have thrown up their hands. Almost half of the companies surveyed, or 44%, had no plan in place for how to reach water-savings goals

04/22/19

'This needs to be taken more seriously than it is right now,' says author of new study

04/22/19

"Our business plan is to show that cleaning the atmosphere is a profitable activity," said Graciela Chichilnisky, a Columbia University economics professor and one of the co-founders of Global Thermostat who estimates that CO2 could become a trillion dollar market

04/22/19

Lynda R. Paulson (LP) is CEO at Success Strategies Inc., a 35-year-old training firm to coach winery executives and owners in public speaking and presentation ... Paul Mabray (PM) is CEO at Emetry.io. He has been stewarding the wine world in e-commerce, social media, and other digital advancements for over two decades

04/22/19

It's not just species going extinct - top Bordeaux and Burgundy might struggle to survive, too.