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US Labels Leading Non-European Fine Wines
Earlier this week (10 February) the first analysis of Liv-exs new multi-region index showed that Italian wines, particularly Gaja, were bucking an unusual January slump in fine wine trading…

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Healdsburg may use treated wastewater for vineyards
The historic drought and the emphasis on conserving potable water is bringing new urgency to using reclaimed wastewater for irrigation…

February Forecast: Limited Water Supply In Westernmost States
A limited water supply is predicted in many areas west of the Continental Divide, according to data from this years second forecast by the National Water and Climate Center of the USDAs Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)…

Obama: More California drought assistance on the way
Assistance to help California farmers, ranchers, and residents deal with the worst drought in history will be Feb. 14 by President Barack Obama…

Paso Robles Water basin groups reveal proposed district map

Gallo No. 1 in U.S. wine sales by volume

Napa Valley Vintners and Visit Napa Valley Pledge $5 Million in Combined Contributions to Vine Trail

Government celebrates Walla Walla Valley wine’s 30th anniversary

Fake Bordeaux Fine Wine Company Exposed

Lafite takes Lafitte trademark battle to China

Planners approve Silverado Trail winery despite objections

Walla Walla Winemakers Go On Tour To Promote The Region

Wisconsin Assembly OKs bill allowing unaccompanied minors in wineries

Vin De France Advances ‘French Revolution’

French wine exports drop in 2013

Top Stories of the Week

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Treasury Wine could deliver $2bn through US division sale: Merrill Lynch

Climate Change, Winter Storms, and the Future of European Wine

St. Helena council repeals small winery ordinance

Obama Serves Hollande ‘Cheap’ US Wine

Back to Back Record Harvests for California Winegrapes

Red Wine And Aspirin Could Kill Cancer Cells

All-female wine award targets girls of the grape

Williams Selyem Winemaker Bob Cabral Stepping Down

Chinese wine makers cast their eyes overseas for vineyard purchases

Australian Grapegrowers under the pump as Treasury Wines cuts costs

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