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Wine industry veterans see declining vineyard expansion As the largest wineries increase their vineyard holdings, industry veterans say future expansion of vineyards in Sonoma County may be minimal because there is little land left to plant…

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Grape seed extract may kill prostate cancer A component found in grape seed extract (GSE) could be effective in killing prostate cancer cells, according to a study in the Nutrition and Cancer journal… Court-supervised groundwater management Management of the Paso Robles Groundwater Basin is a hot topic. Our groundwater basin will be managed. The question and struggle is about who will manage and what rules will apply… Oregon Liquor reform in limbo Community liquor stores are wondering how they would survive if customers could check grocery and liquor off their list in one stop… Five of the world’s most unlikely winemaking nations Free Flow Wines Innovates with the First Automated Wine Kegging Line in North America and Recycles 99% of its Water With a State-of-the-Art Water Reclamation System Icy Weather Engulfs Western Wine Regions Bay-Delta Plan is released Amcor Flexibles doubles local screw cap production


North Coast Wine Industry Awards 2013: Michael Gribben, Beringer Vineyards North Coast Wine Industry Awards 2013: Penelope Gadd-Coster, Rack & Riddle Wine Services North Coast Wine Industry Awards 2013: Giancarlo Bianchetti, Fetzer Lucie Morton recognition is more than a victory for Virginia Brunello’s King Lear: Gianfranco Soldera Reflects on the Attack on His Wine Wine Writer Wilfred Wong Top 10 most influential winemaking consultants Dereniuk named Lake winery group leader Accolade Wines names John Ratcliffe as Chief Executive Officer Marc Goodrich named Excelsior Wine Co. president SSU student has a nose for wine

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