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Afternoon Brief, October 2

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Sonoma County Harvest Fair Wine Sweepstakes Announced A pinot noir, a chardonnay and a sparkling wine won the...

Afternoon Brief, February 10

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Bordeaux Added to Pesticide Blacklist: Living in a famous wine region like Bordeaux sounds idyllic, but a recent investigation shows it's not such a hot idea especially if you have kids...

Afternoon Brief, December 19

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The Inside Scoop on How Wines Make the Wine Spectator Top 100 List: Tracy Byrnes, Fox Business anchor and Wine With Me columnist, sits down with Bruce Sanderson, Senior Editor and Tasting Director of Wine Spectator...

Flying Goat Cellars Featured on NPR’s Take Two

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Lompoc, CA (October 24, 2014) - Winemaker Norm Yost’s interview with Brian Watt, Business and Economics Reporter for KPCC, was aired today on NPR’s Take...

Afternoon Brief, October 10

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California aquifers contaminated with billions of gallons of fracking wastewater: Industry illegally injected about 3 billion gallons of fracking wastewater into central California drinking-water and farm-irrigation aquifers, the state found after the US Environmental Protection Agency ordered a review of possible contamination...

Afternoon Brief, October 7

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Robert L. Hall, owner of Robert Hall Winery, dies at 85: The Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance reported today that Robert L. Hall, owner of Robert Hall Winery, passed away peacefully at his home Saturday at the age of 85 from complications related to an extended illness...

Afternoon Brief, September 19

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Sta. Rita Hills Winegrowers Fight Proposed AVA Expansion: Unknown a decade ago, Sta. Rita Hills is now one of the most-respected regions in California for Pinot Noir. No wonder one vineyard owner outside its borders and one actually on the border want the AVA expanded to include them..

Afternoon Brief, September 15

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New technology tested as first wine grapes arrive: A new grape sorting system with the brains of a computer is giving Columbia Crest red winemaker Laura Sorge more control over the grapes that make it into this year's vintage...

Afternoon Brief, September 8

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Napa, Sonoma wineries examine safety of barrel rooms after quake: Though 14 years ago, Bob Torres still vividly remembers the day he and other wine industry officials saw a demonstration at UC Berkeleys earthquake simulator on the effects of a magnitude 7.4 temblor on a rack of wine barrels stacked six high...

Afternoon Brief, August 29

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Impact-Napa Conference Focuses on Past, Present and Future of Napa Valley: With Sundays earthquake still fresh on peoples mind, members of the wine growing community gathered at Napas Meritage Resort & Spa for the North Bay Business Journals annual Impact: Napa conference...

Afternoon Brief, August 26

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Most wineries not insured for quake losses: Napa and Sonoma winemakers on Monday assessed the toll of the American Canyon earthquake, which could saddle wineries with costly losses because most are not insured for quake damage...

Afternoon Brief, August 1

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Scientists use grape chemistry to forecast wine flavour: Researchers in Australia believe they may be able to influence a wine's flavour and aroma by manipulating the chemical make-up of grapes while still on the vine...

Afternoon Brief, May 5

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Truett-Hurst selects new partner for wine distribution in Canada: Truett-Hurst, a US-based company that focuses on sales, marketing and production of wines, has entered into a distribution partnership with Canadian wine agency Trialto Wine Group...

Can a Cement Suitcase make the Yakima Valley go Sideways?

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Will the Cement Suitcase movie be the Sideways of Washington and the Yakima Valley? 10 years later the Santa Ynez Valley is still celebrating...

10 Years Later, Sideways Still Entertains with the Story of Miles...

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The Movie That Helped Put The Santa Ynez Valley Wine Country On The Map Celebrates A Decade Of Cult-Like Popularity In 2014 (SANTA YNEZ VALLEY,...
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