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Oregon wineries should plan for another warm vintage, says scientist Greg Jones
World-renowned research climatologist Greg Jones told the Oregon wine industry the forecast for weather conditions…

Today’s News

More California producers are trying concrete fermentors and tanks
Concrete is thought to be a neutral vessel for wine not imparting flavors the way a barrel does…

10 best celebrity wine lines
It’s not uncommon for a celebrity to lend their name to a winemaking endeavor. Some just show up for the tastings and smile for the cameras…

New Zealand Vineyards begin to sell on rising confidence
Vineyards that have been on the market for years are starting to sell as buyers gain confidence in the wine industry again…

Analyst warns pouches face fight to grab US beer throat share

Evaluating Grapevine Buds For Winter Injury

Total Wine co-founder David Trone is pushing back against opposition to his company’s expansion in Minnesota

Arizona State Senate Passes Liquor Omnibus Bill

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett says work ongoing on liquor privatization

Washington Lawmakers fail to pass bill to let small wine and beer shops sell liquor

Wisconsin Legislator proposes creation of state beer commission

Vinitaly International Puts Wine Sector Innovation Into the Hands of Young Hackers

Treasury Wine Estates Receives “Sell” Rating from Deutsche Bank

Lake County Farmers Gather to Discuss Drought Conditions

Paso Robles OKs 2-year ban on drilling new groundwater wells

Supplier News

California’s Edgiest Wine Region: The Western Sonoma Coast

Oregon winery restriction sparks comments on The Rocks American Viticultural Area petition

m2s sleek new winery, producing Lodi wines as unique as ever

Rhone See’s ‘Return To Tradition’

Messina Hof wine bottles signed by George H.W. Bush for sale at Rodeo

Foley Wines Fined $30,000 Over Broken Arm

South African Winery Launches Rooibos-Infused Merlot

Loudoun Wines Win Top Spots In Virginia Governor’s Cup

Southern California Dreamin’: How Ventura County’s Micro Wineries Are Trying to Break Through

Oreana Winery Puts Fun in Funk Zone

Murphys winery to remain landmark

The Murder Mystery Wine Tour in the Finger Lakes

Brunello di Montalcino producers split over sub-zones

Chandon Moves Into Sparkling ‘Sweet Spot’

Exploring Idaho’s Snake River Valley With Indian Creek Winery

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