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Madrigal Family Winery Brings “Homonym” to Sausalito

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Madrigal Family Winery’s Sausalito Tasting Gallery is hosting the photography exhibition, “Homonym” from July 29 through August 17. This is the latest installation of the Art & Wine series at Madrigal. It will feature the perfect pairing of wine and art including its Father-Daughter Photography provided by the dynamic duo Farsheed Shomloo and Shishi Shomloo.

“Homonym” is an exploration of the convergence and divergence of the eye, through the photography of Shishi Shomloo and the iPhone photography of her father, Farsheed Shomloo. Shiva Pakdel curated this lovely, heartwarming exhibit.

Shirene “Shishi” Shomloo was born in Portland, Oregon and is fluent in English, French, and Farsi. She also shares a thought-provoking worldview and an undying hunger for knowledge and curiosity. The 19-year-old photographer, now in her second year at Smith College, is evidently old school despite her youth, preferring process over instant result, the human over the technological. In her current exhibition, Shishi continues this quest by delving into people and the spaces–public, private, and corporeal–they create for themselves. Above all, she is interested in storytelling (as well as light). “A portrait is never just of a person,” she says, “it’s always of the story behind the face.”

Allured to Los Angeles’ inclusivity, energy, and diversity, Farsheed Shomloo refers “his town" as the most thriving social experiment on the entire planet. “I am always looking up and wonder at the eternal blue canopy of the L.A. basin which seems to be a constant character in my pictures.” The upward glance is beyond a technical feature of Shomloo’s photography. The man behind the lens—really an iPhone6—is himself a highly optimistic artist whose outsider and insider views on Los Angeles allows the audience to see the familiar in a refreshing way.

When asked how Shishi feels about having a dad who is following in his daughter’s footsteps, Shishi shakes her head. “This was my turf,” she says. “And at first I didn’t like his approach. I couldn’t get behind the iPhone thing.”

“And now?”

“I’ve come to really appreciate his eye. My thing is portraits. His thing is space. I’m interested in the people in that space.”

“At Madrigal, we celebrate the creative process and the role each individual plays in telling a family story. At our winery and vineyards in Calistoga, where my family has been for 3 generations, we’ve been expressing an evolving vision for many years,” remarked Chris Madrigal, Madrigal Family Winery’s Founder and President. “It’s great for us to support the work of a father daughter team. Sipping a glass of wine while looking at art in Sausalito is the perfect summer evening.”

The Madrigal Family Winery is located on Highway 29, at the halfway point between Calistoga and St. Helena in the renowned Napa Valley. It carries on the family tradition of wine production and viticultural leadership. For over 80 years, the family has been building its reputation and earning recognition for their vineyard management program as well as their wines. The state of the art Madrigal Winery specializes in Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Sirah, Zinfandel, Sauvignon Blanc, and small lots of single vineyard and estate wines while situated on 40 acres of estate vineyards. Today, Madrigal Family Winery is run by the family’s 3rd generation, Chris Madrigal.

Feel free to stop by today and enjoy a summer favorite, from Madrigal whites to Tempranillo, Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petite Sirah Napa Valley.

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Effective immediately, LUX Strategic is expanding services to assist international and domestic wineries navigate the complex world of wine sales and distribution across the United States. Founded by Lisa Barriere and drawing on over two decades of expertise in the food and wine industry, LUX Strategic offers a personal range of services to boutique wineries and artisan producers.

Amcor, the original and sole supplier of STELVIN® closures for wine, with more than 50 years of experience, has unveiled details of an exclusive symposium to be held on 15 March alongside the ProWein exhibition in Düsseldorf. Moderated by wine expert and journalist Jamie Goode, a panel of leading wine makers will discuss and debate wine-ageing under aluminium closures and respond to audience questions about this provocative subject.

Guarachi Wine Partners is pleased to introduce two new French Rosés, La Domitienne and Brun Estate, to the U.S. market. The global fine wine company has partnered with Jeff Welburn, a long established boutique importer of premium French wines, to bring these products to the national stage. La Domitienne and Brun Estate are Guarachi Wine Partners' first brands from France.

Be Bordô celebrates the official US launch of its highly anticipated Bordeaux wine appealing to a new generation of wine lovers. The result of over 10 generations of wine industry experience, its entrance into the rapidly growing branded wine category marks a new level of accessibility for new world Bordeaux, introducing an elegant, modern, and sophisticated brand.

3 Badge Beverage Corporation has introduced Pasote, a line of Mexican tequilas made from pure blue agave. The new Pasote tequilas will be sold in select markets throughout the U.S. by the company's spirits division, 3 Badge Mixology.

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The Summers case included the hot-button issues of requests for an after-the-fact approval of a new tasting room location and an exception to the county's road setback rule. The owners also asked for higher visitation and wine production limits

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This March 21-23, 2016, USA Trade Tasting (USATT) will be hosting beverage professionals from around the world in New York City at the Metropolitan Pavilion. The must attend event for international wine, beer and spirits representatives will showcase 180 exhibitors, feature in-depth masterclasses, and attract over 2,000 visitors.

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The Distilled Spirits Council at its annual members meeting on February 25, 2016, elected Moët Hennessy North America CEO Jim Clerkin Chair of the national trade association, which represents the makers and marketers of distilled spirits sold in the United States. Clerkin succeeds Campari America Chairman Gerard (Gerry) Ruvo, who has chaired the Council since 2013.

Effective immediately, LUX Strategic is expanding services to assist international and domestic wineries navigate the complex world of wine sales and distribution across the United States. Founded by Lisa Barriere and drawing on over two decades of expertise in the food and wine industry, LUX Strategic offers a personal range of services to boutique wineries and artisan producers.

Amcor, the original and sole supplier of STELVIN® closures for wine, with more than 50 years of experience, has unveiled details of an exclusive symposium to be held on 15 March alongside the ProWein exhibition in Düsseldorf. Moderated by wine expert and journalist Jamie Goode, a panel of leading wine makers will discuss and debate wine-ageing under aluminium closures and respond to audience questions about this provocative subject.

Guarachi Wine Partners is pleased to introduce two new French Rosés, La Domitienne and Brun Estate, to the U.S. market. The global fine wine company has partnered with Jeff Welburn, a long established boutique importer of premium French wines, to bring these products to the national stage. La Domitienne and Brun Estate are Guarachi Wine Partners' first brands from France.

Be Bordô celebrates the official US launch of its highly anticipated Bordeaux wine appealing to a new generation of wine lovers. The result of over 10 generations of wine industry experience, its entrance into the rapidly growing branded wine category marks a new level of accessibility for new world Bordeaux, introducing an elegant, modern, and sophisticated brand.

3 Badge Beverage Corporation has introduced Pasote, a line of Mexican tequilas made from pure blue agave. The new Pasote tequilas will be sold in select markets throughout the U.S. by the company's spirits division, 3 Badge Mixology.

Marc Mondavi and his Divining Rod wines today added a new wine to their portfolio: The Divining Rod Pinot Noir from Willamette Valley, Oregon. The new Pinot Noir will be available in markets nationwide starting May 1, 2016. The Divining Rod is also inviting consumers to enter "The Divining Rod Adventure Sweepstakes," a consumer sweepstakes to win a trip for two to one of Marc Mondavi's favorite Montana fishing spots.

Miner Family Winery announces the release of Emily's Cuvee, an eponymous wine made in remembrance of Emily Miner, co-founder of Miner Family Winery who lost her battle with lung cancer in 2011.

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Not delivering on wine promises proves expensive - on both sides of the Atlantic

"Basically, we keep enough water in the dam while leaving room for flood control. During this time of year it is complex," said Dillabough. "If we don't have enough room, it would jeopardize the lives of everyone who lives below that river."

The discount supermarkets have stepped up their game with expanded wine ranges, but you have to shop more carefully to grab a true bargain

The 1,000 year-old Château de Goulaine in the Loire Valley, reputed to be France's and one of Europe's oldest wine producing estates, has been put up for sale

A new television series that promises to 'revolutionise' the way wine is discovered and enjoyed will be aired on ITV in the UK this spring

How would you describe a Burgundy climat to a friend? Jane Anson provides a template and uses the example of a single appellation in the Côte Chalonnaise to argue that there is a particular ethos in the area that helped to secure UNESCO World Heritage status in July 2015.

"A foodie," the authors wrote, "is a person who is very, very, very interested in food."

The first significant storm should plow into northern and central California this coming weekend, followed by a stronger series of storms affecting most of the state during the following week

Signs that US growth is slowing and an expectation that the Federal Reserve will delay further interest rate rises have pushed up prices of gold since the start of the year


Madrigal Family Winery Brings “Homonym” to Sausalito - Recipes

Speakers at IQ conference share experiments with oak consistency technology and why 'recipe' wines lack complexity

IQ, presented by Wine Business Monthly, took place on March 2 at Charles Krug in the Napa Valley

The Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers highlighted the latest industry research and information during the Poster session at their annual Convention held in February. About 2,000 state, national, and international participants from the grape and wine industry attended.

The Summers case included the hot-button issues of requests for an after-the-fact approval of a new tasting room location and an exception to the county's road setback rule. The owners also asked for higher visitation and wine production limits

Increase in Exports of High-Quality Single Varietals Help Push US to Top Spot

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Showcasing the winery's hospitality center, the event will include legendary chef Maria Robledo celebrating three generations of Mexicano cooking. Nonprofit Puertas Abiertas, which supports Napa Valley Latino families, will receive 100 percent of ticket sales

Cider producers on California's Central Coast announced a new festival to be held Saturday, May 7 at the Atascadero Pavilion on the Lake. The Central Coast Cider Festival, a vision of Neil Collins, co-owner of Bristols Cider, is dedicated to celebrating the local cider movement, a complement to the area's fine wine country.

Acclaimed Winemakers from Betz Family Winery, Col Solare, DeLille Cellars and Dobbes Family Estate Join Forces in Education and Appreciation

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This March 21-23, 2016, USA Trade Tasting (USATT) will be hosting beverage professionals from around the world in New York City at the Metropolitan Pavilion. The must attend event for international wine, beer and spirits representatives will showcase 180 exhibitors, feature in-depth masterclasses, and attract over 2,000 visitors.

Celebrate all month long with special tasting menus, educational demos and a celebratory anniversary dinner

The Wines of British Columbia is thrilled to present America's best-known wine critic and special guest Matt Kramer to kick off The Big Taste in Calgary one day early with a sneak preview of extraordinary BC VQA Wine paired perfectly with avant-garde cuisine at Calgary's iconic River Café.

The Distilled Spirits Council at its annual members meeting on February 25, 2016, elected Moët Hennessy North America CEO Jim Clerkin Chair of the national trade association, which represents the makers and marketers of distilled spirits sold in the United States. Clerkin succeeds Campari America Chairman Gerard (Gerry) Ruvo, who has chaired the Council since 2013.

Effective immediately, LUX Strategic is expanding services to assist international and domestic wineries navigate the complex world of wine sales and distribution across the United States. Founded by Lisa Barriere and drawing on over two decades of expertise in the food and wine industry, LUX Strategic offers a personal range of services to boutique wineries and artisan producers.

Amcor, the original and sole supplier of STELVIN® closures for wine, with more than 50 years of experience, has unveiled details of an exclusive symposium to be held on 15 March alongside the ProWein exhibition in Düsseldorf. Moderated by wine expert and journalist Jamie Goode, a panel of leading wine makers will discuss and debate wine-ageing under aluminium closures and respond to audience questions about this provocative subject.

Guarachi Wine Partners is pleased to introduce two new French Rosés, La Domitienne and Brun Estate, to the U.S. market. The global fine wine company has partnered with Jeff Welburn, a long established boutique importer of premium French wines, to bring these products to the national stage. La Domitienne and Brun Estate are Guarachi Wine Partners' first brands from France.

Be Bordô celebrates the official US launch of its highly anticipated Bordeaux wine appealing to a new generation of wine lovers. The result of over 10 generations of wine industry experience, its entrance into the rapidly growing branded wine category marks a new level of accessibility for new world Bordeaux, introducing an elegant, modern, and sophisticated brand.

3 Badge Beverage Corporation has introduced Pasote, a line of Mexican tequilas made from pure blue agave. The new Pasote tequilas will be sold in select markets throughout the U.S. by the company's spirits division, 3 Badge Mixology.

Marc Mondavi and his Divining Rod wines today added a new wine to their portfolio: The Divining Rod Pinot Noir from Willamette Valley, Oregon. The new Pinot Noir will be available in markets nationwide starting May 1, 2016. The Divining Rod is also inviting consumers to enter "The Divining Rod Adventure Sweepstakes," a consumer sweepstakes to win a trip for two to one of Marc Mondavi's favorite Montana fishing spots.

Miner Family Winery announces the release of Emily's Cuvee, an eponymous wine made in remembrance of Emily Miner, co-founder of Miner Family Winery who lost her battle with lung cancer in 2011.

As marijuana goes mainstream, the conversation around it has become increasingly sophisticated-with the kind of emphasis on producers, clones, terroir, and even tasting notes that one more typically associates with wine

Not delivering on wine promises proves expensive - on both sides of the Atlantic

"Basically, we keep enough water in the dam while leaving room for flood control. During this time of year it is complex," said Dillabough. "If we don't have enough room, it would jeopardize the lives of everyone who lives below that river."

The discount supermarkets have stepped up their game with expanded wine ranges, but you have to shop more carefully to grab a true bargain

The 1,000 year-old Château de Goulaine in the Loire Valley, reputed to be France's and one of Europe's oldest wine producing estates, has been put up for sale

A new television series that promises to 'revolutionise' the way wine is discovered and enjoyed will be aired on ITV in the UK this spring

How would you describe a Burgundy climat to a friend? Jane Anson provides a template and uses the example of a single appellation in the Côte Chalonnaise to argue that there is a particular ethos in the area that helped to secure UNESCO World Heritage status in July 2015.

"A foodie," the authors wrote, "is a person who is very, very, very interested in food."

The first significant storm should plow into northern and central California this coming weekend, followed by a stronger series of storms affecting most of the state during the following week

Signs that US growth is slowing and an expectation that the Federal Reserve will delay further interest rate rises have pushed up prices of gold since the start of the year


Madrigal Family Winery Brings “Homonym” to Sausalito - Recipes

Speakers at IQ conference share experiments with oak consistency technology and why 'recipe' wines lack complexity

IQ, presented by Wine Business Monthly, took place on March 2 at Charles Krug in the Napa Valley

The Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers highlighted the latest industry research and information during the Poster session at their annual Convention held in February. About 2,000 state, national, and international participants from the grape and wine industry attended.

The Summers case included the hot-button issues of requests for an after-the-fact approval of a new tasting room location and an exception to the county's road setback rule. The owners also asked for higher visitation and wine production limits

Increase in Exports of High-Quality Single Varietals Help Push US to Top Spot

New World-Class Winery, Restaurant, and Tasting Experience Showcase Uruguay's Natural Bounty

Showcasing the winery's hospitality center, the event will include legendary chef Maria Robledo celebrating three generations of Mexicano cooking. Nonprofit Puertas Abiertas, which supports Napa Valley Latino families, will receive 100 percent of ticket sales

Cider producers on California's Central Coast announced a new festival to be held Saturday, May 7 at the Atascadero Pavilion on the Lake. The Central Coast Cider Festival, a vision of Neil Collins, co-owner of Bristols Cider, is dedicated to celebrating the local cider movement, a complement to the area's fine wine country.

Acclaimed Winemakers from Betz Family Winery, Col Solare, DeLille Cellars and Dobbes Family Estate Join Forces in Education and Appreciation

Introduces D. George Benham's -- A New "Sonoma Dry" Style of Gin

Tickets for the highly anticipated Barbera Festival are on sale now (starting March 1) and won't last long, as this event sells out every year.

Starting in March 2016, Wines of South Africa USA will be running the third WOSA Sommelier Cup competition. The triennial contest pits sommelier's knowledge of South African wines against that of other sommeliers from across the U.S., and, if they make it to the finals, across the world. The FINAL competition will position the winning sommeliers from each participating country (the U.K., Canada, Germany and Africa to name a few) against each other.

This March 21-23, 2016, USA Trade Tasting (USATT) will be hosting beverage professionals from around the world in New York City at the Metropolitan Pavilion. The must attend event for international wine, beer and spirits representatives will showcase 180 exhibitors, feature in-depth masterclasses, and attract over 2,000 visitors.

Celebrate all month long with special tasting menus, educational demos and a celebratory anniversary dinner

The Wines of British Columbia is thrilled to present America's best-known wine critic and special guest Matt Kramer to kick off The Big Taste in Calgary one day early with a sneak preview of extraordinary BC VQA Wine paired perfectly with avant-garde cuisine at Calgary's iconic River Café.

The Distilled Spirits Council at its annual members meeting on February 25, 2016, elected Moët Hennessy North America CEO Jim Clerkin Chair of the national trade association, which represents the makers and marketers of distilled spirits sold in the United States. Clerkin succeeds Campari America Chairman Gerard (Gerry) Ruvo, who has chaired the Council since 2013.

Effective immediately, LUX Strategic is expanding services to assist international and domestic wineries navigate the complex world of wine sales and distribution across the United States. Founded by Lisa Barriere and drawing on over two decades of expertise in the food and wine industry, LUX Strategic offers a personal range of services to boutique wineries and artisan producers.

Amcor, the original and sole supplier of STELVIN® closures for wine, with more than 50 years of experience, has unveiled details of an exclusive symposium to be held on 15 March alongside the ProWein exhibition in Düsseldorf. Moderated by wine expert and journalist Jamie Goode, a panel of leading wine makers will discuss and debate wine-ageing under aluminium closures and respond to audience questions about this provocative subject.

Guarachi Wine Partners is pleased to introduce two new French Rosés, La Domitienne and Brun Estate, to the U.S. market. The global fine wine company has partnered with Jeff Welburn, a long established boutique importer of premium French wines, to bring these products to the national stage. La Domitienne and Brun Estate are Guarachi Wine Partners' first brands from France.

Be Bordô celebrates the official US launch of its highly anticipated Bordeaux wine appealing to a new generation of wine lovers. The result of over 10 generations of wine industry experience, its entrance into the rapidly growing branded wine category marks a new level of accessibility for new world Bordeaux, introducing an elegant, modern, and sophisticated brand.

3 Badge Beverage Corporation has introduced Pasote, a line of Mexican tequilas made from pure blue agave. The new Pasote tequilas will be sold in select markets throughout the U.S. by the company's spirits division, 3 Badge Mixology.

Marc Mondavi and his Divining Rod wines today added a new wine to their portfolio: The Divining Rod Pinot Noir from Willamette Valley, Oregon. The new Pinot Noir will be available in markets nationwide starting May 1, 2016. The Divining Rod is also inviting consumers to enter "The Divining Rod Adventure Sweepstakes," a consumer sweepstakes to win a trip for two to one of Marc Mondavi's favorite Montana fishing spots.

Miner Family Winery announces the release of Emily's Cuvee, an eponymous wine made in remembrance of Emily Miner, co-founder of Miner Family Winery who lost her battle with lung cancer in 2011.

As marijuana goes mainstream, the conversation around it has become increasingly sophisticated-with the kind of emphasis on producers, clones, terroir, and even tasting notes that one more typically associates with wine

Not delivering on wine promises proves expensive - on both sides of the Atlantic

"Basically, we keep enough water in the dam while leaving room for flood control. During this time of year it is complex," said Dillabough. "If we don't have enough room, it would jeopardize the lives of everyone who lives below that river."

The discount supermarkets have stepped up their game with expanded wine ranges, but you have to shop more carefully to grab a true bargain

The 1,000 year-old Château de Goulaine in the Loire Valley, reputed to be France's and one of Europe's oldest wine producing estates, has been put up for sale

A new television series that promises to 'revolutionise' the way wine is discovered and enjoyed will be aired on ITV in the UK this spring

How would you describe a Burgundy climat to a friend? Jane Anson provides a template and uses the example of a single appellation in the Côte Chalonnaise to argue that there is a particular ethos in the area that helped to secure UNESCO World Heritage status in July 2015.

"A foodie," the authors wrote, "is a person who is very, very, very interested in food."

The first significant storm should plow into northern and central California this coming weekend, followed by a stronger series of storms affecting most of the state during the following week

Signs that US growth is slowing and an expectation that the Federal Reserve will delay further interest rate rises have pushed up prices of gold since the start of the year


Madrigal Family Winery Brings “Homonym” to Sausalito - Recipes

Speakers at IQ conference share experiments with oak consistency technology and why 'recipe' wines lack complexity

IQ, presented by Wine Business Monthly, took place on March 2 at Charles Krug in the Napa Valley

The Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers highlighted the latest industry research and information during the Poster session at their annual Convention held in February. About 2,000 state, national, and international participants from the grape and wine industry attended.

The Summers case included the hot-button issues of requests for an after-the-fact approval of a new tasting room location and an exception to the county's road setback rule. The owners also asked for higher visitation and wine production limits

Increase in Exports of High-Quality Single Varietals Help Push US to Top Spot

New World-Class Winery, Restaurant, and Tasting Experience Showcase Uruguay's Natural Bounty

Showcasing the winery's hospitality center, the event will include legendary chef Maria Robledo celebrating three generations of Mexicano cooking. Nonprofit Puertas Abiertas, which supports Napa Valley Latino families, will receive 100 percent of ticket sales

Cider producers on California's Central Coast announced a new festival to be held Saturday, May 7 at the Atascadero Pavilion on the Lake. The Central Coast Cider Festival, a vision of Neil Collins, co-owner of Bristols Cider, is dedicated to celebrating the local cider movement, a complement to the area's fine wine country.

Acclaimed Winemakers from Betz Family Winery, Col Solare, DeLille Cellars and Dobbes Family Estate Join Forces in Education and Appreciation

Introduces D. George Benham's -- A New "Sonoma Dry" Style of Gin

Tickets for the highly anticipated Barbera Festival are on sale now (starting March 1) and won't last long, as this event sells out every year.

Starting in March 2016, Wines of South Africa USA will be running the third WOSA Sommelier Cup competition. The triennial contest pits sommelier's knowledge of South African wines against that of other sommeliers from across the U.S., and, if they make it to the finals, across the world. The FINAL competition will position the winning sommeliers from each participating country (the U.K., Canada, Germany and Africa to name a few) against each other.

This March 21-23, 2016, USA Trade Tasting (USATT) will be hosting beverage professionals from around the world in New York City at the Metropolitan Pavilion. The must attend event for international wine, beer and spirits representatives will showcase 180 exhibitors, feature in-depth masterclasses, and attract over 2,000 visitors.

Celebrate all month long with special tasting menus, educational demos and a celebratory anniversary dinner

The Wines of British Columbia is thrilled to present America's best-known wine critic and special guest Matt Kramer to kick off The Big Taste in Calgary one day early with a sneak preview of extraordinary BC VQA Wine paired perfectly with avant-garde cuisine at Calgary's iconic River Café.

The Distilled Spirits Council at its annual members meeting on February 25, 2016, elected Moët Hennessy North America CEO Jim Clerkin Chair of the national trade association, which represents the makers and marketers of distilled spirits sold in the United States. Clerkin succeeds Campari America Chairman Gerard (Gerry) Ruvo, who has chaired the Council since 2013.

Effective immediately, LUX Strategic is expanding services to assist international and domestic wineries navigate the complex world of wine sales and distribution across the United States. Founded by Lisa Barriere and drawing on over two decades of expertise in the food and wine industry, LUX Strategic offers a personal range of services to boutique wineries and artisan producers.

Amcor, the original and sole supplier of STELVIN® closures for wine, with more than 50 years of experience, has unveiled details of an exclusive symposium to be held on 15 March alongside the ProWein exhibition in Düsseldorf. Moderated by wine expert and journalist Jamie Goode, a panel of leading wine makers will discuss and debate wine-ageing under aluminium closures and respond to audience questions about this provocative subject.

Guarachi Wine Partners is pleased to introduce two new French Rosés, La Domitienne and Brun Estate, to the U.S. market. The global fine wine company has partnered with Jeff Welburn, a long established boutique importer of premium French wines, to bring these products to the national stage. La Domitienne and Brun Estate are Guarachi Wine Partners' first brands from France.

Be Bordô celebrates the official US launch of its highly anticipated Bordeaux wine appealing to a new generation of wine lovers. The result of over 10 generations of wine industry experience, its entrance into the rapidly growing branded wine category marks a new level of accessibility for new world Bordeaux, introducing an elegant, modern, and sophisticated brand.

3 Badge Beverage Corporation has introduced Pasote, a line of Mexican tequilas made from pure blue agave. The new Pasote tequilas will be sold in select markets throughout the U.S. by the company's spirits division, 3 Badge Mixology.

Marc Mondavi and his Divining Rod wines today added a new wine to their portfolio: The Divining Rod Pinot Noir from Willamette Valley, Oregon. The new Pinot Noir will be available in markets nationwide starting May 1, 2016. The Divining Rod is also inviting consumers to enter "The Divining Rod Adventure Sweepstakes," a consumer sweepstakes to win a trip for two to one of Marc Mondavi's favorite Montana fishing spots.

Miner Family Winery announces the release of Emily's Cuvee, an eponymous wine made in remembrance of Emily Miner, co-founder of Miner Family Winery who lost her battle with lung cancer in 2011.

As marijuana goes mainstream, the conversation around it has become increasingly sophisticated-with the kind of emphasis on producers, clones, terroir, and even tasting notes that one more typically associates with wine

Not delivering on wine promises proves expensive - on both sides of the Atlantic

"Basically, we keep enough water in the dam while leaving room for flood control. During this time of year it is complex," said Dillabough. "If we don't have enough room, it would jeopardize the lives of everyone who lives below that river."

The discount supermarkets have stepped up their game with expanded wine ranges, but you have to shop more carefully to grab a true bargain

The 1,000 year-old Château de Goulaine in the Loire Valley, reputed to be France's and one of Europe's oldest wine producing estates, has been put up for sale

A new television series that promises to 'revolutionise' the way wine is discovered and enjoyed will be aired on ITV in the UK this spring

How would you describe a Burgundy climat to a friend? Jane Anson provides a template and uses the example of a single appellation in the Côte Chalonnaise to argue that there is a particular ethos in the area that helped to secure UNESCO World Heritage status in July 2015.

"A foodie," the authors wrote, "is a person who is very, very, very interested in food."

The first significant storm should plow into northern and central California this coming weekend, followed by a stronger series of storms affecting most of the state during the following week

Signs that US growth is slowing and an expectation that the Federal Reserve will delay further interest rate rises have pushed up prices of gold since the start of the year


Madrigal Family Winery Brings “Homonym” to Sausalito - Recipes

Speakers at IQ conference share experiments with oak consistency technology and why 'recipe' wines lack complexity

IQ, presented by Wine Business Monthly, took place on March 2 at Charles Krug in the Napa Valley

The Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers highlighted the latest industry research and information during the Poster session at their annual Convention held in February. About 2,000 state, national, and international participants from the grape and wine industry attended.

The Summers case included the hot-button issues of requests for an after-the-fact approval of a new tasting room location and an exception to the county's road setback rule. The owners also asked for higher visitation and wine production limits

Increase in Exports of High-Quality Single Varietals Help Push US to Top Spot

New World-Class Winery, Restaurant, and Tasting Experience Showcase Uruguay's Natural Bounty

Showcasing the winery's hospitality center, the event will include legendary chef Maria Robledo celebrating three generations of Mexicano cooking. Nonprofit Puertas Abiertas, which supports Napa Valley Latino families, will receive 100 percent of ticket sales

Cider producers on California's Central Coast announced a new festival to be held Saturday, May 7 at the Atascadero Pavilion on the Lake. The Central Coast Cider Festival, a vision of Neil Collins, co-owner of Bristols Cider, is dedicated to celebrating the local cider movement, a complement to the area's fine wine country.

Acclaimed Winemakers from Betz Family Winery, Col Solare, DeLille Cellars and Dobbes Family Estate Join Forces in Education and Appreciation

Introduces D. George Benham's -- A New "Sonoma Dry" Style of Gin

Tickets for the highly anticipated Barbera Festival are on sale now (starting March 1) and won't last long, as this event sells out every year.

Starting in March 2016, Wines of South Africa USA will be running the third WOSA Sommelier Cup competition. The triennial contest pits sommelier's knowledge of South African wines against that of other sommeliers from across the U.S., and, if they make it to the finals, across the world. The FINAL competition will position the winning sommeliers from each participating country (the U.K., Canada, Germany and Africa to name a few) against each other.

This March 21-23, 2016, USA Trade Tasting (USATT) will be hosting beverage professionals from around the world in New York City at the Metropolitan Pavilion. The must attend event for international wine, beer and spirits representatives will showcase 180 exhibitors, feature in-depth masterclasses, and attract over 2,000 visitors.

Celebrate all month long with special tasting menus, educational demos and a celebratory anniversary dinner

The Wines of British Columbia is thrilled to present America's best-known wine critic and special guest Matt Kramer to kick off The Big Taste in Calgary one day early with a sneak preview of extraordinary BC VQA Wine paired perfectly with avant-garde cuisine at Calgary's iconic River Café.

The Distilled Spirits Council at its annual members meeting on February 25, 2016, elected Moët Hennessy North America CEO Jim Clerkin Chair of the national trade association, which represents the makers and marketers of distilled spirits sold in the United States. Clerkin succeeds Campari America Chairman Gerard (Gerry) Ruvo, who has chaired the Council since 2013.

Effective immediately, LUX Strategic is expanding services to assist international and domestic wineries navigate the complex world of wine sales and distribution across the United States. Founded by Lisa Barriere and drawing on over two decades of expertise in the food and wine industry, LUX Strategic offers a personal range of services to boutique wineries and artisan producers.

Amcor, the original and sole supplier of STELVIN® closures for wine, with more than 50 years of experience, has unveiled details of an exclusive symposium to be held on 15 March alongside the ProWein exhibition in Düsseldorf. Moderated by wine expert and journalist Jamie Goode, a panel of leading wine makers will discuss and debate wine-ageing under aluminium closures and respond to audience questions about this provocative subject.

Guarachi Wine Partners is pleased to introduce two new French Rosés, La Domitienne and Brun Estate, to the U.S. market. The global fine wine company has partnered with Jeff Welburn, a long established boutique importer of premium French wines, to bring these products to the national stage. La Domitienne and Brun Estate are Guarachi Wine Partners' first brands from France.

Be Bordô celebrates the official US launch of its highly anticipated Bordeaux wine appealing to a new generation of wine lovers. The result of over 10 generations of wine industry experience, its entrance into the rapidly growing branded wine category marks a new level of accessibility for new world Bordeaux, introducing an elegant, modern, and sophisticated brand.

3 Badge Beverage Corporation has introduced Pasote, a line of Mexican tequilas made from pure blue agave. The new Pasote tequilas will be sold in select markets throughout the U.S. by the company's spirits division, 3 Badge Mixology.

Marc Mondavi and his Divining Rod wines today added a new wine to their portfolio: The Divining Rod Pinot Noir from Willamette Valley, Oregon. The new Pinot Noir will be available in markets nationwide starting May 1, 2016. The Divining Rod is also inviting consumers to enter "The Divining Rod Adventure Sweepstakes," a consumer sweepstakes to win a trip for two to one of Marc Mondavi's favorite Montana fishing spots.

Miner Family Winery announces the release of Emily's Cuvee, an eponymous wine made in remembrance of Emily Miner, co-founder of Miner Family Winery who lost her battle with lung cancer in 2011.

As marijuana goes mainstream, the conversation around it has become increasingly sophisticated-with the kind of emphasis on producers, clones, terroir, and even tasting notes that one more typically associates with wine

Not delivering on wine promises proves expensive - on both sides of the Atlantic

"Basically, we keep enough water in the dam while leaving room for flood control. During this time of year it is complex," said Dillabough. "If we don't have enough room, it would jeopardize the lives of everyone who lives below that river."

The discount supermarkets have stepped up their game with expanded wine ranges, but you have to shop more carefully to grab a true bargain

The 1,000 year-old Château de Goulaine in the Loire Valley, reputed to be France's and one of Europe's oldest wine producing estates, has been put up for sale

A new television series that promises to 'revolutionise' the way wine is discovered and enjoyed will be aired on ITV in the UK this spring

How would you describe a Burgundy climat to a friend? Jane Anson provides a template and uses the example of a single appellation in the Côte Chalonnaise to argue that there is a particular ethos in the area that helped to secure UNESCO World Heritage status in July 2015.

"A foodie," the authors wrote, "is a person who is very, very, very interested in food."

The first significant storm should plow into northern and central California this coming weekend, followed by a stronger series of storms affecting most of the state during the following week

Signs that US growth is slowing and an expectation that the Federal Reserve will delay further interest rate rises have pushed up prices of gold since the start of the year


Madrigal Family Winery Brings “Homonym” to Sausalito - Recipes

Speakers at IQ conference share experiments with oak consistency technology and why 'recipe' wines lack complexity

IQ, presented by Wine Business Monthly, took place on March 2 at Charles Krug in the Napa Valley

The Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers highlighted the latest industry research and information during the Poster session at their annual Convention held in February. About 2,000 state, national, and international participants from the grape and wine industry attended.

The Summers case included the hot-button issues of requests for an after-the-fact approval of a new tasting room location and an exception to the county's road setback rule. The owners also asked for higher visitation and wine production limits

Increase in Exports of High-Quality Single Varietals Help Push US to Top Spot

New World-Class Winery, Restaurant, and Tasting Experience Showcase Uruguay's Natural Bounty

Showcasing the winery's hospitality center, the event will include legendary chef Maria Robledo celebrating three generations of Mexicano cooking. Nonprofit Puertas Abiertas, which supports Napa Valley Latino families, will receive 100 percent of ticket sales

Cider producers on California's Central Coast announced a new festival to be held Saturday, May 7 at the Atascadero Pavilion on the Lake. The Central Coast Cider Festival, a vision of Neil Collins, co-owner of Bristols Cider, is dedicated to celebrating the local cider movement, a complement to the area's fine wine country.

Acclaimed Winemakers from Betz Family Winery, Col Solare, DeLille Cellars and Dobbes Family Estate Join Forces in Education and Appreciation

Introduces D. George Benham's -- A New "Sonoma Dry" Style of Gin

Tickets for the highly anticipated Barbera Festival are on sale now (starting March 1) and won't last long, as this event sells out every year.

Starting in March 2016, Wines of South Africa USA will be running the third WOSA Sommelier Cup competition. The triennial contest pits sommelier's knowledge of South African wines against that of other sommeliers from across the U.S., and, if they make it to the finals, across the world. The FINAL competition will position the winning sommeliers from each participating country (the U.K., Canada, Germany and Africa to name a few) against each other.

This March 21-23, 2016, USA Trade Tasting (USATT) will be hosting beverage professionals from around the world in New York City at the Metropolitan Pavilion. The must attend event for international wine, beer and spirits representatives will showcase 180 exhibitors, feature in-depth masterclasses, and attract over 2,000 visitors.

Celebrate all month long with special tasting menus, educational demos and a celebratory anniversary dinner

The Wines of British Columbia is thrilled to present America's best-known wine critic and special guest Matt Kramer to kick off The Big Taste in Calgary one day early with a sneak preview of extraordinary BC VQA Wine paired perfectly with avant-garde cuisine at Calgary's iconic River Café.

The Distilled Spirits Council at its annual members meeting on February 25, 2016, elected Moët Hennessy North America CEO Jim Clerkin Chair of the national trade association, which represents the makers and marketers of distilled spirits sold in the United States. Clerkin succeeds Campari America Chairman Gerard (Gerry) Ruvo, who has chaired the Council since 2013.

Effective immediately, LUX Strategic is expanding services to assist international and domestic wineries navigate the complex world of wine sales and distribution across the United States. Founded by Lisa Barriere and drawing on over two decades of expertise in the food and wine industry, LUX Strategic offers a personal range of services to boutique wineries and artisan producers.

Amcor, the original and sole supplier of STELVIN® closures for wine, with more than 50 years of experience, has unveiled details of an exclusive symposium to be held on 15 March alongside the ProWein exhibition in Düsseldorf. Moderated by wine expert and journalist Jamie Goode, a panel of leading wine makers will discuss and debate wine-ageing under aluminium closures and respond to audience questions about this provocative subject.

Guarachi Wine Partners is pleased to introduce two new French Rosés, La Domitienne and Brun Estate, to the U.S. market. The global fine wine company has partnered with Jeff Welburn, a long established boutique importer of premium French wines, to bring these products to the national stage. La Domitienne and Brun Estate are Guarachi Wine Partners' first brands from France.

Be Bordô celebrates the official US launch of its highly anticipated Bordeaux wine appealing to a new generation of wine lovers. The result of over 10 generations of wine industry experience, its entrance into the rapidly growing branded wine category marks a new level of accessibility for new world Bordeaux, introducing an elegant, modern, and sophisticated brand.

3 Badge Beverage Corporation has introduced Pasote, a line of Mexican tequilas made from pure blue agave. The new Pasote tequilas will be sold in select markets throughout the U.S. by the company's spirits division, 3 Badge Mixology.

Marc Mondavi and his Divining Rod wines today added a new wine to their portfolio: The Divining Rod Pinot Noir from Willamette Valley, Oregon. The new Pinot Noir will be available in markets nationwide starting May 1, 2016. The Divining Rod is also inviting consumers to enter "The Divining Rod Adventure Sweepstakes," a consumer sweepstakes to win a trip for two to one of Marc Mondavi's favorite Montana fishing spots.

Miner Family Winery announces the release of Emily's Cuvee, an eponymous wine made in remembrance of Emily Miner, co-founder of Miner Family Winery who lost her battle with lung cancer in 2011.

As marijuana goes mainstream, the conversation around it has become increasingly sophisticated-with the kind of emphasis on producers, clones, terroir, and even tasting notes that one more typically associates with wine

Not delivering on wine promises proves expensive - on both sides of the Atlantic

"Basically, we keep enough water in the dam while leaving room for flood control. During this time of year it is complex," said Dillabough. "If we don't have enough room, it would jeopardize the lives of everyone who lives below that river."

The discount supermarkets have stepped up their game with expanded wine ranges, but you have to shop more carefully to grab a true bargain

The 1,000 year-old Château de Goulaine in the Loire Valley, reputed to be France's and one of Europe's oldest wine producing estates, has been put up for sale

A new television series that promises to 'revolutionise' the way wine is discovered and enjoyed will be aired on ITV in the UK this spring

How would you describe a Burgundy climat to a friend? Jane Anson provides a template and uses the example of a single appellation in the Côte Chalonnaise to argue that there is a particular ethos in the area that helped to secure UNESCO World Heritage status in July 2015.

"A foodie," the authors wrote, "is a person who is very, very, very interested in food."

The first significant storm should plow into northern and central California this coming weekend, followed by a stronger series of storms affecting most of the state during the following week

Signs that US growth is slowing and an expectation that the Federal Reserve will delay further interest rate rises have pushed up prices of gold since the start of the year


Madrigal Family Winery Brings “Homonym” to Sausalito - Recipes

Speakers at IQ conference share experiments with oak consistency technology and why 'recipe' wines lack complexity

IQ, presented by Wine Business Monthly, took place on March 2 at Charles Krug in the Napa Valley

The Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers highlighted the latest industry research and information during the Poster session at their annual Convention held in February. About 2,000 state, national, and international participants from the grape and wine industry attended.

The Summers case included the hot-button issues of requests for an after-the-fact approval of a new tasting room location and an exception to the county's road setback rule. The owners also asked for higher visitation and wine production limits

Increase in Exports of High-Quality Single Varietals Help Push US to Top Spot

New World-Class Winery, Restaurant, and Tasting Experience Showcase Uruguay's Natural Bounty

Showcasing the winery's hospitality center, the event will include legendary chef Maria Robledo celebrating three generations of Mexicano cooking. Nonprofit Puertas Abiertas, which supports Napa Valley Latino families, will receive 100 percent of ticket sales

Cider producers on California's Central Coast announced a new festival to be held Saturday, May 7 at the Atascadero Pavilion on the Lake. The Central Coast Cider Festival, a vision of Neil Collins, co-owner of Bristols Cider, is dedicated to celebrating the local cider movement, a complement to the area's fine wine country.

Acclaimed Winemakers from Betz Family Winery, Col Solare, DeLille Cellars and Dobbes Family Estate Join Forces in Education and Appreciation

Introduces D. George Benham's -- A New "Sonoma Dry" Style of Gin

Tickets for the highly anticipated Barbera Festival are on sale now (starting March 1) and won't last long, as this event sells out every year.

Starting in March 2016, Wines of South Africa USA will be running the third WOSA Sommelier Cup competition. The triennial contest pits sommelier's knowledge of South African wines against that of other sommeliers from across the U.S., and, if they make it to the finals, across the world. The FINAL competition will position the winning sommeliers from each participating country (the U.K., Canada, Germany and Africa to name a few) against each other.

This March 21-23, 2016, USA Trade Tasting (USATT) will be hosting beverage professionals from around the world in New York City at the Metropolitan Pavilion. The must attend event for international wine, beer and spirits representatives will showcase 180 exhibitors, feature in-depth masterclasses, and attract over 2,000 visitors.

Celebrate all month long with special tasting menus, educational demos and a celebratory anniversary dinner

The Wines of British Columbia is thrilled to present America's best-known wine critic and special guest Matt Kramer to kick off The Big Taste in Calgary one day early with a sneak preview of extraordinary BC VQA Wine paired perfectly with avant-garde cuisine at Calgary's iconic River Café.

The Distilled Spirits Council at its annual members meeting on February 25, 2016, elected Moët Hennessy North America CEO Jim Clerkin Chair of the national trade association, which represents the makers and marketers of distilled spirits sold in the United States. Clerkin succeeds Campari America Chairman Gerard (Gerry) Ruvo, who has chaired the Council since 2013.

Effective immediately, LUX Strategic is expanding services to assist international and domestic wineries navigate the complex world of wine sales and distribution across the United States. Founded by Lisa Barriere and drawing on over two decades of expertise in the food and wine industry, LUX Strategic offers a personal range of services to boutique wineries and artisan producers.

Amcor, the original and sole supplier of STELVIN® closures for wine, with more than 50 years of experience, has unveiled details of an exclusive symposium to be held on 15 March alongside the ProWein exhibition in Düsseldorf. Moderated by wine expert and journalist Jamie Goode, a panel of leading wine makers will discuss and debate wine-ageing under aluminium closures and respond to audience questions about this provocative subject.

Guarachi Wine Partners is pleased to introduce two new French Rosés, La Domitienne and Brun Estate, to the U.S. market. The global fine wine company has partnered with Jeff Welburn, a long established boutique importer of premium French wines, to bring these products to the national stage. La Domitienne and Brun Estate are Guarachi Wine Partners' first brands from France.

Be Bordô celebrates the official US launch of its highly anticipated Bordeaux wine appealing to a new generation of wine lovers. The result of over 10 generations of wine industry experience, its entrance into the rapidly growing branded wine category marks a new level of accessibility for new world Bordeaux, introducing an elegant, modern, and sophisticated brand.

3 Badge Beverage Corporation has introduced Pasote, a line of Mexican tequilas made from pure blue agave. The new Pasote tequilas will be sold in select markets throughout the U.S. by the company's spirits division, 3 Badge Mixology.

Marc Mondavi and his Divining Rod wines today added a new wine to their portfolio: The Divining Rod Pinot Noir from Willamette Valley, Oregon. The new Pinot Noir will be available in markets nationwide starting May 1, 2016. The Divining Rod is also inviting consumers to enter "The Divining Rod Adventure Sweepstakes," a consumer sweepstakes to win a trip for two to one of Marc Mondavi's favorite Montana fishing spots.

Miner Family Winery announces the release of Emily's Cuvee, an eponymous wine made in remembrance of Emily Miner, co-founder of Miner Family Winery who lost her battle with lung cancer in 2011.

As marijuana goes mainstream, the conversation around it has become increasingly sophisticated-with the kind of emphasis on producers, clones, terroir, and even tasting notes that one more typically associates with wine

Not delivering on wine promises proves expensive - on both sides of the Atlantic

"Basically, we keep enough water in the dam while leaving room for flood control. During this time of year it is complex," said Dillabough. "If we don't have enough room, it would jeopardize the lives of everyone who lives below that river."

The discount supermarkets have stepped up their game with expanded wine ranges, but you have to shop more carefully to grab a true bargain

The 1,000 year-old Château de Goulaine in the Loire Valley, reputed to be France's and one of Europe's oldest wine producing estates, has been put up for sale

A new television series that promises to 'revolutionise' the way wine is discovered and enjoyed will be aired on ITV in the UK this spring

How would you describe a Burgundy climat to a friend? Jane Anson provides a template and uses the example of a single appellation in the Côte Chalonnaise to argue that there is a particular ethos in the area that helped to secure UNESCO World Heritage status in July 2015.

"A foodie," the authors wrote, "is a person who is very, very, very interested in food."

The first significant storm should plow into northern and central California this coming weekend, followed by a stronger series of storms affecting most of the state during the following week

Signs that US growth is slowing and an expectation that the Federal Reserve will delay further interest rate rises have pushed up prices of gold since the start of the year


Madrigal Family Winery Brings “Homonym” to Sausalito - Recipes

Speakers at IQ conference share experiments with oak consistency technology and why 'recipe' wines lack complexity

IQ, presented by Wine Business Monthly, took place on March 2 at Charles Krug in the Napa Valley

The Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers highlighted the latest industry research and information during the Poster session at their annual Convention held in February. About 2,000 state, national, and international participants from the grape and wine industry attended.

The Summers case included the hot-button issues of requests for an after-the-fact approval of a new tasting room location and an exception to the county's road setback rule. The owners also asked for higher visitation and wine production limits

Increase in Exports of High-Quality Single Varietals Help Push US to Top Spot

New World-Class Winery, Restaurant, and Tasting Experience Showcase Uruguay's Natural Bounty

Showcasing the winery's hospitality center, the event will include legendary chef Maria Robledo celebrating three generations of Mexicano cooking. Nonprofit Puertas Abiertas, which supports Napa Valley Latino families, will receive 100 percent of ticket sales

Cider producers on California's Central Coast announced a new festival to be held Saturday, May 7 at the Atascadero Pavilion on the Lake. The Central Coast Cider Festival, a vision of Neil Collins, co-owner of Bristols Cider, is dedicated to celebrating the local cider movement, a complement to the area's fine wine country.

Acclaimed Winemakers from Betz Family Winery, Col Solare, DeLille Cellars and Dobbes Family Estate Join Forces in Education and Appreciation

Introduces D. George Benham's -- A New "Sonoma Dry" Style of Gin

Tickets for the highly anticipated Barbera Festival are on sale now (starting March 1) and won't last long, as this event sells out every year.

Starting in March 2016, Wines of South Africa USA will be running the third WOSA Sommelier Cup competition. The triennial contest pits sommelier's knowledge of South African wines against that of other sommeliers from across the U.S., and, if they make it to the finals, across the world. The FINAL competition will position the winning sommeliers from each participating country (the U.K., Canada, Germany and Africa to name a few) against each other.

This March 21-23, 2016, USA Trade Tasting (USATT) will be hosting beverage professionals from around the world in New York City at the Metropolitan Pavilion. The must attend event for international wine, beer and spirits representatives will showcase 180 exhibitors, feature in-depth masterclasses, and attract over 2,000 visitors.

Celebrate all month long with special tasting menus, educational demos and a celebratory anniversary dinner

The Wines of British Columbia is thrilled to present America's best-known wine critic and special guest Matt Kramer to kick off The Big Taste in Calgary one day early with a sneak preview of extraordinary BC VQA Wine paired perfectly with avant-garde cuisine at Calgary's iconic River Café.

The Distilled Spirits Council at its annual members meeting on February 25, 2016, elected Moët Hennessy North America CEO Jim Clerkin Chair of the national trade association, which represents the makers and marketers of distilled spirits sold in the United States. Clerkin succeeds Campari America Chairman Gerard (Gerry) Ruvo, who has chaired the Council since 2013.

Effective immediately, LUX Strategic is expanding services to assist international and domestic wineries navigate the complex world of wine sales and distribution across the United States. Founded by Lisa Barriere and drawing on over two decades of expertise in the food and wine industry, LUX Strategic offers a personal range of services to boutique wineries and artisan producers.

Amcor, the original and sole supplier of STELVIN® closures for wine, with more than 50 years of experience, has unveiled details of an exclusive symposium to be held on 15 March alongside the ProWein exhibition in Düsseldorf. Moderated by wine expert and journalist Jamie Goode, a panel of leading wine makers will discuss and debate wine-ageing under aluminium closures and respond to audience questions about this provocative subject.

Guarachi Wine Partners is pleased to introduce two new French Rosés, La Domitienne and Brun Estate, to the U.S. market. The global fine wine company has partnered with Jeff Welburn, a long established boutique importer of premium French wines, to bring these products to the national stage. La Domitienne and Brun Estate are Guarachi Wine Partners' first brands from France.

Be Bordô celebrates the official US launch of its highly anticipated Bordeaux wine appealing to a new generation of wine lovers. The result of over 10 generations of wine industry experience, its entrance into the rapidly growing branded wine category marks a new level of accessibility for new world Bordeaux, introducing an elegant, modern, and sophisticated brand.

3 Badge Beverage Corporation has introduced Pasote, a line of Mexican tequilas made from pure blue agave. The new Pasote tequilas will be sold in select markets throughout the U.S. by the company's spirits division, 3 Badge Mixology.

Marc Mondavi and his Divining Rod wines today added a new wine to their portfolio: The Divining Rod Pinot Noir from Willamette Valley, Oregon. The new Pinot Noir will be available in markets nationwide starting May 1, 2016. The Divining Rod is also inviting consumers to enter "The Divining Rod Adventure Sweepstakes," a consumer sweepstakes to win a trip for two to one of Marc Mondavi's favorite Montana fishing spots.

Miner Family Winery announces the release of Emily's Cuvee, an eponymous wine made in remembrance of Emily Miner, co-founder of Miner Family Winery who lost her battle with lung cancer in 2011.

As marijuana goes mainstream, the conversation around it has become increasingly sophisticated-with the kind of emphasis on producers, clones, terroir, and even tasting notes that one more typically associates with wine

Not delivering on wine promises proves expensive - on both sides of the Atlantic

"Basically, we keep enough water in the dam while leaving room for flood control. During this time of year it is complex," said Dillabough. "If we don't have enough room, it would jeopardize the lives of everyone who lives below that river."

The discount supermarkets have stepped up their game with expanded wine ranges, but you have to shop more carefully to grab a true bargain

The 1,000 year-old Château de Goulaine in the Loire Valley, reputed to be France's and one of Europe's oldest wine producing estates, has been put up for sale

A new television series that promises to 'revolutionise' the way wine is discovered and enjoyed will be aired on ITV in the UK this spring

How would you describe a Burgundy climat to a friend? Jane Anson provides a template and uses the example of a single appellation in the Côte Chalonnaise to argue that there is a particular ethos in the area that helped to secure UNESCO World Heritage status in July 2015.

"A foodie," the authors wrote, "is a person who is very, very, very interested in food."

The first significant storm should plow into northern and central California this coming weekend, followed by a stronger series of storms affecting most of the state during the following week

Signs that US growth is slowing and an expectation that the Federal Reserve will delay further interest rate rises have pushed up prices of gold since the start of the year


Madrigal Family Winery Brings “Homonym” to Sausalito - Recipes

Speakers at IQ conference share experiments with oak consistency technology and why 'recipe' wines lack complexity

IQ, presented by Wine Business Monthly, took place on March 2 at Charles Krug in the Napa Valley

The Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers highlighted the latest industry research and information during the Poster session at their annual Convention held in February. About 2,000 state, national, and international participants from the grape and wine industry attended.

The Summers case included the hot-button issues of requests for an after-the-fact approval of a new tasting room location and an exception to the county's road setback rule. The owners also asked for higher visitation and wine production limits

Increase in Exports of High-Quality Single Varietals Help Push US to Top Spot

New World-Class Winery, Restaurant, and Tasting Experience Showcase Uruguay's Natural Bounty

Showcasing the winery's hospitality center, the event will include legendary chef Maria Robledo celebrating three generations of Mexicano cooking. Nonprofit Puertas Abiertas, which supports Napa Valley Latino families, will receive 100 percent of ticket sales

Cider producers on California's Central Coast announced a new festival to be held Saturday, May 7 at the Atascadero Pavilion on the Lake. The Central Coast Cider Festival, a vision of Neil Collins, co-owner of Bristols Cider, is dedicated to celebrating the local cider movement, a complement to the area's fine wine country.

Acclaimed Winemakers from Betz Family Winery, Col Solare, DeLille Cellars and Dobbes Family Estate Join Forces in Education and Appreciation

Introduces D. George Benham's -- A New "Sonoma Dry" Style of Gin

Tickets for the highly anticipated Barbera Festival are on sale now (starting March 1) and won't last long, as this event sells out every year.

Starting in March 2016, Wines of South Africa USA will be running the third WOSA Sommelier Cup competition. The triennial contest pits sommelier's knowledge of South African wines against that of other sommeliers from across the U.S., and, if they make it to the finals, across the world. The FINAL competition will position the winning sommeliers from each participating country (the U.K., Canada, Germany and Africa to name a few) against each other.

This March 21-23, 2016, USA Trade Tasting (USATT) will be hosting beverage professionals from around the world in New York City at the Metropolitan Pavilion. The must attend event for international wine, beer and spirits representatives will showcase 180 exhibitors, feature in-depth masterclasses, and attract over 2,000 visitors.

Celebrate all month long with special tasting menus, educational demos and a celebratory anniversary dinner

The Wines of British Columbia is thrilled to present America's best-known wine critic and special guest Matt Kramer to kick off The Big Taste in Calgary one day early with a sneak preview of extraordinary BC VQA Wine paired perfectly with avant-garde cuisine at Calgary's iconic River Café.

The Distilled Spirits Council at its annual members meeting on February 25, 2016, elected Moët Hennessy North America CEO Jim Clerkin Chair of the national trade association, which represents the makers and marketers of distilled spirits sold in the United States. Clerkin succeeds Campari America Chairman Gerard (Gerry) Ruvo, who has chaired the Council since 2013.

Effective immediately, LUX Strategic is expanding services to assist international and domestic wineries navigate the complex world of wine sales and distribution across the United States. Founded by Lisa Barriere and drawing on over two decades of expertise in the food and wine industry, LUX Strategic offers a personal range of services to boutique wineries and artisan producers.

Amcor, the original and sole supplier of STELVIN® closures for wine, with more than 50 years of experience, has unveiled details of an exclusive symposium to be held on 15 March alongside the ProWein exhibition in Düsseldorf. Moderated by wine expert and journalist Jamie Goode, a panel of leading wine makers will discuss and debate wine-ageing under aluminium closures and respond to audience questions about this provocative subject.

Guarachi Wine Partners is pleased to introduce two new French Rosés, La Domitienne and Brun Estate, to the U.S. market. The global fine wine company has partnered with Jeff Welburn, a long established boutique importer of premium French wines, to bring these products to the national stage. La Domitienne and Brun Estate are Guarachi Wine Partners' first brands from France.

Be Bordô celebrates the official US launch of its highly anticipated Bordeaux wine appealing to a new generation of wine lovers. The result of over 10 generations of wine industry experience, its entrance into the rapidly growing branded wine category marks a new level of accessibility for new world Bordeaux, introducing an elegant, modern, and sophisticated brand.

3 Badge Beverage Corporation has introduced Pasote, a line of Mexican tequilas made from pure blue agave. The new Pasote tequilas will be sold in select markets throughout the U.S. by the company's spirits division, 3 Badge Mixology.

Marc Mondavi and his Divining Rod wines today added a new wine to their portfolio: The Divining Rod Pinot Noir from Willamette Valley, Oregon. The new Pinot Noir will be available in markets nationwide starting May 1, 2016. The Divining Rod is also inviting consumers to enter "The Divining Rod Adventure Sweepstakes," a consumer sweepstakes to win a trip for two to one of Marc Mondavi's favorite Montana fishing spots.

Miner Family Winery announces the release of Emily's Cuvee, an eponymous wine made in remembrance of Emily Miner, co-founder of Miner Family Winery who lost her battle with lung cancer in 2011.

As marijuana goes mainstream, the conversation around it has become increasingly sophisticated-with the kind of emphasis on producers, clones, terroir, and even tasting notes that one more typically associates with wine

Not delivering on wine promises proves expensive - on both sides of the Atlantic

"Basically, we keep enough water in the dam while leaving room for flood control. During this time of year it is complex," said Dillabough. "If we don't have enough room, it would jeopardize the lives of everyone who lives below that river."

The discount supermarkets have stepped up their game with expanded wine ranges, but you have to shop more carefully to grab a true bargain

The 1,000 year-old Château de Goulaine in the Loire Valley, reputed to be France's and one of Europe's oldest wine producing estates, has been put up for sale

A new television series that promises to 'revolutionise' the way wine is discovered and enjoyed will be aired on ITV in the UK this spring

How would you describe a Burgundy climat to a friend? Jane Anson provides a template and uses the example of a single appellation in the Côte Chalonnaise to argue that there is a particular ethos in the area that helped to secure UNESCO World Heritage status in July 2015.

"A foodie," the authors wrote, "is a person who is very, very, very interested in food."

The first significant storm should plow into northern and central California this coming weekend, followed by a stronger series of storms affecting most of the state during the following week

Signs that US growth is slowing and an expectation that the Federal Reserve will delay further interest rate rises have pushed up prices of gold since the start of the year


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