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Exclusive: Silver Oak Owners Buy Oregon Vineyard from Dick Erath

September, 17, 2017 Exclusive: Silver Oak Owners Buy Oregon Vineyard from Dick Erath

(WineSpectator) - The family behind Napa Valley’s Silver Oak is the newest landowner in Oregon’s booming Pinot Noir scene. Wine Spectator has learned that the Duncan family has purchased Prince Hill Vineyard, located in the Dundee Hills appellation of Oregon’s Willamette Valley, f...

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Cabernet Underpins Double-Digit Sales Growth

September, 17, 2017 Cabernet Underpins Double-Digit Sales Growth

(Wines&Vines) - Consumer thirst for premium-priced wine and home delivery of luxury-priced wine drove double-digit growth in U.S. wine sales through August. Cabernet Sauvignon, the top-selling red varietal, was a cornerstone of the growth. U.S. wine sales totaled $3.1 billion in August 2017,...

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Weather a Challenge for Italy's Growers

September, 17, 2017 Weather a Challenge for Italy's Growers

(Wine-Searcher) - The harvest is coming in early after a brutal heatwave caused grapes to ripen well ahead of schedule. The grape harvest is well underway throughout Italy's wine regions, and to label this year's crop as challenging would be a major understatement. Torrid heat and a serious d...

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France, Italy and Spain: Still Wine Kings?

September, 17, 2017 France, Italy and Spain: Still Wine Kings?

(TheGlobalist) - How do the three countries compare on consumption and exports of wine? 1. It may come as a surprise to many that France is not the world’s leading consumer of wine by absolute volume, given wine’s cultural association with France. 2. France was in the global lead on...

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Why more people are drinking good wine out of cans and boxes

September, 17, 2017 Why more people are drinking good wine out of cans and boxes

(CNBC) - With the new trend in wine drinking taking shape, no bottle opener is needed. Nowadays, more wine is being packaged with a pull-top instead of a cork. According to Nielsen sales data, the canned wine category has taken in $32 million in sales year-over-year in August. All of which...

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Alcohol in Bordeaux wine: Global warming is no excuse

September, 17, 2017 Alcohol in Bordeaux wine: Global warming is no excuse

(Decanter) - It's up to Bordeaux winemakers to curb alcohol in their wines and global warming should not be an excuse for allowing levels to rise too high, argues John Salvi MW, drawing on the historical perspective of alcohol in Bordeaux wine. Château Mouton Rothschild 1948 only had 10...

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Anson: Is English Pinot Noir really getting better?

September, 14, 2017 Anson: Is English Pinot Noir really getting better?

(Decanter) - Jane Anson goes beyond the recent cache of international awards to see what's been happening on the English Pinot Noir scene, and whether Burgundy should be worried. I’ve been conducting field tests into English global warming patterns for the past few decades, so I can tell y...

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Drink your wine and eat it too: American business tackles wine waste by turning it into flour

September, 14, 2017 Drink your wine and eat it too: American business tackles wine waste by turning it into flour

(ABC) - Fancy yourself some riesling and apple cinnamon pancakes for breakfast, or perhaps a cab sav brownie? One business in the United States has embraced a 'drink your wine and eat it too' attitude turning grape waste into wine flour. Hilary Niver-Johnson makes wine flour in Finger Lakes, ...

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