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NEW YORK – July 27, 2015 – The Daily Meal, the world’s largest food and drink lifestyle site, just unveiled its annual list of...
When President Obama signed the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) into law in 2011, FSMA’s 2015 and 2016 compliance deadlines seemed far away. Now,...
Gallo to buy Asti winery, Souverain brand: E&J Gallo is once again expanding its holdings in Sonoma County, striking a deal to buy the historic Asti winery — one of the largest production facilities in the county — and the Souverain brand from Treasury Wine Estates
By Randy Agness First Hydro Fracturing, now LP Gas Storage in the Finger Lakes present a long-term high risk situations to the environment and presents...
The face of wine is changing: how traditional agencies are rethinking their strategies: Supermarkets’ recent headline-grabbing range culls are just the latest in a long series of changes that have rocked the trade and forced suppliers to take a hard look at the way they do business
Innovations in grape growing technology apply across the industry: Peter Hackworth, Executive Officer of the Wine Grape Council of South Australia, says today's farmers are no different - and they deserve to be recognised – so he has established the Vinnovation Award.
Ron Rubin Makes Contribution to Sonoma State’s Wine Spectator Learning Center: Ron Rubin, of The Rubin Family of Wines, is honored to have committed a gift to the Wine Spectator Learning Center, the future home of the Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University
Former Winemaker Pleads No Contest in California Court: Jeffry James Hill, a former Napa Valley winemaker and vineyard manager who was accused of stealing grapes and misrepresenting the origin of wines he sold to consumers and to other winemakers, pleaded no contest on Tuesday to one count of grand theft