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California drought: Why farmers are ‘exporting water’ to China
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Treasury Wine Estates names Michael Clarke as new chief executive
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Drought Damages Vines as California Wineries Go Thirsty
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CANVAS Launches Hospitality Excellence Awards to Recognize the Wine Country Hospitality Community
CANVAS (The Concierge Alliance of Napa Valley and Sonoma)  has launched the CANVAS Hospitality Excellence Awards, a new annual program to enhance pride and reward…

U.S. farm bill holds crop insurance coverage steady for 2014

Governor Jerry Brown plans $687 million for California drought

WineAmerica leader Mark Chandler shares insight with Idaho industry

Texas Hill Country Wineries Raises Over $34,000 For Grape Research

Video: California water wars have taken many legal twists and turns

Tennessee House of Represenatives approval of wine bill not the last hurdle

New York State Liquor Authority (SLA) approved a liquor license for a package store Lot 18

Kansas businesses split on expanded liquor sales

Only time will tell how vintners’ grapewines weathered two weird winters in the US

UK retailers split over calories on wine labels

Freeze Damage Report from Michigan and New York

Vineyard & Winery News

Passing the torch at Dehlinger Winery

Napa-Style Olympics- Winners Announced in 13th Annual Napa Pruning Contest

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s French wine sells out – again

Long Island Wine: Agritourism isn’t the Whole Story

Grand Winery Openings See Napa Rise

New Mexico Sparkling Brand Gruet Now Growing At 10% Annually, Passes 100,000-Case Mark

Gallo & Empire Kick Off William Hill North Coast

New Lafaurie-Peyraguey owner to restrict sweet wine production

William Cole winery temporarily shuts down public visits

Organic wines embrace natural characteristics of fruit

How Margaret River winery Leeuwin Estate used a music concert to sell wine

Under a second label, good wine is made with integrity

Bitner Vineyards receives Idaho wine’s first sustainable certification

Whidbey’s Port part of Washington wine history

Top 10 Wines In The US Press

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