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Afternoon Brief, August 31st

Campaign to Loosen Utah Liquor Laws: An ambitious attempt to liberalize Utah's liquor laws could face stiff opposition from a devout legislature...

CRŪ Winery Celebrates 20th Anniversary

MADERA, CA (August 24, 2023) CRŪ Winery is pleased to announce they are celebrating their 20th anniversary with special tastings, wine dinners and a...

Afternoon Brief, June 29th

Does Napa Valley Have a Problem with Younger Wine Drinkers?: An iconic New World region, Napa Valley is home to over 400 wineries. It’s known for many varietals, but none are more famous than the classic Napa Cabernet...

Afternoon Brief, April 18th

Research Shows Prosecco Is a Grape Variety, Not a Geographical Region: The culmination of five years’ research by Professor of Law Mark Davison at the Faculty of Law at Monash University in conjunction with Macquarie University, the study counters the European Union’s (EU) attempts to limit the use of the term Prosecco...

CRŪ Winery Announces New Vineyard Partners

SOLEDAD, CA (April 18, 2023) CRŪ Winery is pleased to share they are expanding their prestigious single vineyard portfolio and have partnered with two...

CRŪ Winery Wins Best Pinot Noir at Toast of the Coast...

MADERA, CA (June 2, 2022) - CRŪ Winery is delighted to announce that their Sierra Madre Vineyard Pinot Noir has won Best Pinot Noir...

Afternoon Brief, July 30th

California Wine Country Rebuilds as Threats Persist: The drought in Northern California is severe, and the risk of fires remains high. But winemakers are trying to adapt to climate change...

Afternoon Brief, March 8th

Sonoma County Growers’ Eyes Are on the Skies as Vineyards Push Towards Bud Break: As the calendar changes to March, Sonoma County vineyards are starting to awaken following a long, dry winter...

CRŪ Winery Launches Scholarship with California State University System

MADERA, CA (March 8, 2021) – In honor of International Women’s Day, CRŪ Winery, a family-owned winery that  produces award-winning wines from premier appellations...

Afternoon Brief, October 9

Sonoma County Wineries Continue the Grape Harvest Using Backup Power: Regional wineries have ramped up emergency plans for PG&E's scheduled power outage Wednesday by securing generators and electricians so they will be able to continue with the annual grape harvest that still has about a month remaining ...