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1 hr ago | Wine Business Online

Dusted Valley Kicks Off Harvest 2014 By Welcoming New Winemaker

Dusted Valley, a family owned winery in the Walla Walla Valley since 2003, announced Griffin Frey has been hired as the company's portfolio winemaker.


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6 hrs ago |

Experience a guest chef game dinner with wine pairings at Timberline Lodge

There is no better setting for a dinner featuring game than a classic lodge such as Oregon's Timberline Lodge .


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10 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

Crisp and affordable, Spanish white wines won't dent your wallet

When we talk about Spanish wines, it's easy to think only of its reds - the flagship tempranillos of the Rioja region, the august wines of Ribera del Duero, the trendy new offerings from Priorat.


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14 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune

EntertainmentBehind the scenes at a big-ticket wine dinner

Executive Chef Eugenio Martignago preparing the first course of branzino crudo, strawberries and yuzu lime, which was paired with a Blanc de Blanc sparkling wine, at the recent Frank Family wine dinner held at Bistro West.


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18 hrs ago | The Drinks Business

NZ toasts wine export boom

As outlined in the NZW Annual Report 2014, published this week, a bumper 2013 vintage helped to boost the country's volume and value exports by 10% to almost 190m litres during the last 12 months, as it maintained a steady average price per litre of $7.11.


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22 hrs ago | KTAR

Arizona winemakers face a record-breaking season

Sandra moved from the small border city of Yuma, Arizona to study Broadcast Journalism at Arizona State University in the late 90s.


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Wed Aug 20, 2014

The Age

Treasury Wine plunges into red

Chief executive Mike Clarke is under pressure to revive the winemaker's fortunes in the wake of two separate takeover proposals.


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Salt Lake City Weekly

Wine Wednesday: 2004 Moet & Chandon "Grand Vintage" Brut Champagne

Sleek, sophisticated, graceful and elegant: those are a few of the words that come to mind in describing the 2004 Grand Vintage from Moet & Chandon.


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Inside Bay Area

More winery activity now allowed in Northgate

A winery in the hills below Mount Diablo will be allowed to expand after the City Council voted Tuesday to allow such a change in the Northgate area of Walnut Creek.


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WXLO-FM Worcester

Train, Meghan Trainor, Matt Nathanson to Perform at Live in the Vineyard Festival

Train, Matt Nathanson and hot new artists Meghan Trainor and Echosmith are among the acts who'll be performing at the annual Live in the Vineyard Festival , scheduled to take place in Napa Valley, California, November 6 through 9. The twice-a-year festival features great music, as well as fine wines and food prepared by world-renowned chefs.


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Merced Sun-Star

Bucket list adventure: Wine and willows in Washington's Woodinville Wine Country

The best repurposing of a strip center surely has to be in Woodinville, Washington, where deserted malls have been repopulated with wineries - dozens and dozens of them.


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SA wines make a splash at China show

EIGHT winemakers from the McLaren Vale region, south of Adelaide, shared 11 prizes in the Changli Wine Festival, which attracted winemakers from France, Italy, Spain, Chile, New Zealand and China, in Hebei province.


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Tue Aug 19, 2014

Brandon Sun

Ontario could make more money, see lower prices by ending booze monopoly: study

Ontario could reap more money from booze sales and consumers could pay less for alcohol if the provincial government opened up the business to more retailers, a new report found.


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Great Turnout at the San Mateo Family Winemakers of California Tasting

The Family Winemakers Tasting has been one of the largest wine tasting events for 24 years but on August 17 they held their first signature trade and consumer tasting event outside of San Francisco.


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San Jose Mercury News

Winery: Sonoma's Hamel Family Wines

Ever jostled for a position at a tasting room bar on a busy day? You probably wished for a winery where you could have the place to yourself.


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Men's Journal

The Best Wine Tasting Tours Around the World

Wine-tasting is for thirty-somethings what beer pong is for college students - a fun, entertaining excuse to drink in the middle of the day.


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The Village Voice

Simultaneous Four-City Wine Dinner Comes to NYC

Will this be the wine dinner of the year? New York City hosts a lot of cool, inventive, and often complicated sit-down events, many of them inclusive of wine, but few are actually the brainchild of a winery that hopes to coordinate the dining equivalent of a four-ring circus from its base in Sonoma, California.


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The Drinks Business

Amphora brings fine wine to India

As reported by The Economic Times, Amphora has collaborated with Mumbai-based wine and spirits consultancy All Things Nice in order to promote fine wine as an investment to wealthy consumers in India.


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News Observer

NY: Wineries can import grapes to bolster harvest

Agriculture Commissioner Richard Ball said Monday the law requires all wines produced on New York farms must contain only grapes, fruit and other products grown in the state.


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Mon Aug 18, 2014


Higher alcohol content in wine

GARNER, Iowa- You may have noticed that your favorite wines may be a little more bitter than they use to be.


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