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Vancouver's Mount Pleasant wine, beer and cider
Train Expands to Four Journeys Beginning June 15
An end game is in play to acquire the best remaining sites
New owner will honor contracts with clients
Suze-la-Rousse and Vaison-la-Romaine elevated
An end game is in play to acquire the best remaining sites
Robert Mondavi, Charles Krug, Merryvale, and V. Sattui
Shaped like futuristic sci-fi pods
The first grapes picked in 2015 were from last year's vintage
Two decades ago, Tempranillo was barely a blip on the radar
Australia's Torbreck Vintners has secured grape supplies
Super-secret entity MysticSeven unveiled
May be the oldest ever unearthed in Europe
Frosts are the worst that
agriculture has faced in 84 years
Several leading supermarket brands show traces of chemicals
Red varieties as dolcetto, nebbiolo, primitivo, zinfandel and barbera
2013 crop is almost exactly
the same as that of the legendary 1996
German wine stocks are
at their lowest ever levels since reunification
An acre can sell from $50,000
to $300,000, depending on location
Moscato has exploded in
America, but which Moscato
First time people can visit
see winemaking process first-hand
Harvard Medical School
biologist David Sinclair's study published
Chianti Classico DOCG is to have a new quality classification, the Gran Selezione
An increase in Israeli boutique brands
Foreigners are still loving
on American wine, especially if it's from California
Testing wine straight from
a bottle and wine poured through an aerator.
Facebook Gifts enables members to buy and ship wine to one another
Merlot crop both large
and late. Growers are impressed with the quality.
Oregon's harvest some calling
an epic and perhaps the best in 60-year-old region
Playboy Enterprises, Inc. today announced the launch of the Playboy Wine Club.
Industry experts at ASEV conference debate future of the wine industry
10 different wine grape varieties account for up to 80 percent of varietal wines
If it sounds like a good idea, California will try it.
It's an exciting time to
be following the wine industry in California.
Hipster sommeliers around the country are putting orange wines on their lists
The 48-bottle system largest
of its kind at sea
The 90-year-old hamburger
chain may offer beer and wine sales.
Starbucks plans to open
as many as seven stores that sell beer and wine.
Dutch study shows resveratrol
effects on human metabolism extending lifespan.
U.S. Department of Food
and Agriculture only 3.3 million tons will be produced
The botrytis problem is
Over the limit, vehicles might have option to prevent drunk driving.
Historic routes tap wineries coast to coast
Sonoma hoping to strike
it rich - some of the best-tasting truffles in the new
Elderly Italians who drink regularly tend to shake less, study finds
Benefits May Be Related
to Effect of Moderate Drinking on HDL Levels
Some years ago, I wrote a 20-question wine quiz
A multinational team has found evidence of 6,000-year-old winemaking
Researchers develop new yeast strains to potentially enrich health benefits
Crafted from grapes no
one ever heard of outside of the old country
There are several sources
of unpredictable contamination of oak wood by TCA.
Older adults who enjoy
two glasses of wine may live longer than teetotalers.
2009 vintage wine that has not yet even been bottled look set new highs
Perspective from former Spectator staffer Eric Arnold
Researchers found ingredient
in red wine and peanuts help prevent eye problems
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Pregnant women one glass
of wine a day in first trimester better behaved children
Even in lean times, people
don't necessarily stop drinking wine
French defenders of natural
wine corks launched offensive.
Miami Beach hotels can't serve or sell beachfront booze
Local growers comfort
Sonoma County but expressed alarm in Napa
The best wines for 40 years
are currently coming out of Bordeaux
Wine sales in Spain, have
dropped by about 10 percent
Although winemakers hope
turn around, the news is not good for France
As giant Diageo pulls out
of the U.S. Bordeaux market, wine lovers will benefi
European grapevine moth
has already destroyed at least one vineyard's harvest
As country digs out, vintners confront damages and looming harvest
53,000 people a profit of $2,200,000 down from $2,400,000 in 200
large wine press in southern Israel
French wine exports declined
17 percent last year economic slump spent less
Wineries still face trying times in 2010, hope discounting can keep them afloat
Second largest California wine grape crop in history
Australian wine producers are facing the prospect of their industry contracting by as much as 25%
I have hoped for a miracle,
then realized the worst. Cabernet has changed so much
I fear we will never see the way we once did
Last summer, Maine became the laughingstock of the oenosphere when the state enacted new legislation
Still mostly obscure in the United States, malbec from Washington wine country is making an impression.
Oregon winemakers trying to sell 2007 releases that, fairly or not, have been widely maligned by some wine writers.
Today, a new crop of boutique vineyards is sprouting up and older vineyards are earning increasing critical acclaim
Today a new crop of boutique vineyards is sprouting up and older vineyards are earning increasing critical acclaimWhen it comes to judging wine, wine lovers may have more than just their own mouth to rely on.
When it comes to the moderate
consumption of alcohol, be it wine, beer or spirits, any
type will do in reducing the risk of thyroid cancer, a
new set of research finds.
Petite sirah is a grape
variety that usually isn't so petite and has little to
do with syrah
The market for fine wine
continues to show signs of recovery, supported by a rise
in demand from buyers in Asia.
Farmers, businesses and
residents fight over dwindling supply
Extravagant praise for
the 2009 Bordeaux vintage is pouring in - while merchants
gear up for their annual battle over prices.
General agreement among
grapegrowers but it was well worth all the work. It seems,
too, that rain will define the harvest
Natural wine is the trendiest
term to be punted about by people seeking something nongeneric.
It's also the vaguest, and that's a mixed blessing.
Winemakers, chefs and fans
gather in New York to celebrate outstanding wines and
offer hope that better times are just around the corner
Italy's 2009 wine vintage will be generally
very good, but output will be lower than expected because
of unusually hot weather followed by torrential rain,
the national association of growers said Saturday
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