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Bodega Numanthia Receives Top Ratings from Wine Spectator for 2012 Releases

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New York, NY (May 18, 2017): Bodega Numanthia is pleased to announce its top ratings received from Wine Spectator.  Wine Spectator’s March 2017 edition...

Afternoon Brief, July 26

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Winemakers’ Push for Stricter Label Rules Fraught with Unintended Consequences: A federal proposal that California winemakers and legislators hope will tighten labeling rules for wine in the state also will have unintended consequences, a law professor said during a recent interview...

Afternoon Brief, May 31

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Wineries Sold! The Trickle Down Effect: There have been some dramatic acquisitions in the wine business the past several months. Most recently, Jackson Family Wines purchased Copain winery, a highly regarded boutique Sonoma County producer of syrah, pinot noir and chardonnay...

Afternoon Brief, April 12

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Winery Projects Sugarloaf and Bordigioni Rise on Highway 12 Near Oakmont: Along a stretch of state Highway 12 at Oakmont Drive, the frame of a large production facility is rising out of a large dirt field that has been graded by backhoes and trucks...

Afternoon Brief, January 13

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El Nino Conditions Already Weakening: While robust storms keep passing over California, sea surface temperatures in the equatorial Pacific Ocean are already starting to cool, signaling an eventual end to El Nino...

Afternoon Brief, September 30

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Arsenic Found in Many U.S. Red Wines, but Health Risks Depend on Total Diet: A new University of Washington study that tested 65 wines from America's top four wine-producing states California, Washington, New York and Oregon found all but one have arsenic levels that exceed whats allowed in drinking water...

Afternoon Brief, April 29

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Controversial Hop Kiln and Hale Winery development decisions appealed: Two controversial decisions in an increasingly contentious battle over winery development in Sonoma County are being appealed, placing the issue squarely before the Board of Supervisors...

Afternoon Brief, April 17

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Making Wine on Shaky Ground: Industry Looks for Answers to Seismic Safety in the Cellar: The 6.0 earthquake that shook Napa Valley in the wee hours of the morning last August did a lot more than rattle nerves and break a few bottles of fine wine...

Afternoon Brief, December 5

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Wine M&A pace may slow in 2015: After a relatively active string of sales of California vineyard, winery and brands in the past few years, the thirst for new deals likely will subside in the new year, thanks to back-to-back bumper crops and increasingly attractive alternatives in the Pacific Northwest...

Afternoon Brief, December 2

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Moet Hennessy Maps Out Ambitious Plans For Napa’s Newton Vineyard: Moët Hennessys Estates & Wines division is targeting a renaissance for its Newton Vineyard winery in the Napa Valley, focused on boosting the quality of its Cabernet Sauvignon Unfiltered...

Afternoon Brief, November 24

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‘Great Napa Valley wines will rival Bordeaux First Growths’: Moet-Hennessy Estates & Wine CEO: Jean-Guillaume Prats, Moet-Hennessy Estates and Wine CEO, says he believes great wine produced in Californias Napa Valley will rival the finest Bordeaux in future years...

Afternoon Brief, October 27

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Police Investigating U.S. Winemaker's Death: Police in Oregon are investigating the death of pioneering Washington-based winemaker Eric Dunham whose body was found in Cannon Beach last Thursday...

Afternoon Brief, October 1

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America's Thirst for Wine Insatiable, Despite Rise of Cocktails, Craft Beer: Wine industry executives are worried about the growing interest in craft beer and spirits from America's 20- and 30-somethings...

Afternoon Brief, July 25

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Vintner Jim Fetzer closing Ceago Vinegarden: Jim Fetzer, who worked along with his family to create their namesake wine and then later started his own Lake County winery noted for its unique biodynamic farming, has announced his retirement...

Afternoon Brief, April 11

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Trending Story: Ardagh Group to sell six plants to settle $1.7bn Federal Trade Commission (FTC) charges Ardagh Group has agreed to sell...