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April, 04, 2018 Search for wine ‘smoke taint’ solutions intensifies after Northern California wildfires

(NBBJ) - The international pursuit of ways to predict how much smoke from a wildfire will end up in finished wine and what to do about it got a boost when the dark clouds of particles pumped out by the massive North Bay fires in October descended on the University of California, Davis, experimental...

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April, 04, 2018 Carlyle splashes $770 million on Australian winemaker with eye on China

(Reuters) - Buyout giant Carlyle Group LP ( CG.O ) will buy Australia’s Accolade Wines from a local private equity firm for A$1 billion ($770 million), triple what the Australians paid seven years ago and underscoring the investment appeal of China’s wine market. The sale of Accola...

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April, 02, 2018 China tariffs could help Australia gain share from US wine, nut and fruit producers

(CNBC) - China's tariff hit of up to 25 percent for U.S. agriculture could be a big gain potentially for Australia, particularly for wine and certain nut and fruit producers. "We've invested quite a lot of time and money in building the market in China for 15 years, and then this may force us to...

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April, 02, 2018 Author says big wine money has ruined Napa and Sonoma may be next

(Petaluma360) - James Conaway is angry. Author and journalist, Conaway has been the foremost chronicler of Napa Valley for more than three decades. His “Napa: The Story of an American Eden” in 1990 told of the early pioneers who turned a family farming community in the valley into...

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April, 02, 2018 How The Wind Is Making The Petaluma Gap California's Newest Wine Region

(Forbes) - Everyone knows that grapes are an essential ingredient for wine, but one natural — and unexpected — element is helping a newly designated wine region in California rise to prominence. "The Petaluma Gap is a special area for the following reason: the wind," says A...

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March, 29, 2018 China Slaps Tariffs on 128 U.S. Products, Including Wine, Pork and Pipes

(NYTimes) - The Chinese government hit back Monday at President Trump’s tariffs on steel and aluminum by acting on a threat to put tariffs as high as 25 percent on imports of 128 American-made products, including pork and seamless steel pipes. The Chinese Ministry of Commerce indicate...

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March, 29, 2018 Industry ferment: US wine industry crushed over tariffs

(BBC) - In California's Livermore Valley, about an hour east of San Francisco, some 5,000 cases of Wente Vineyards wine are waiting in a warehouse, their journey to China suddenly suspended. The bottles have been caught up in a larger trade dispute, in which the US and China have exchanged threa...

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March, 29, 2018 Popular Beer and Wine Brands Contaminated With Monsanto's Weedkiller, Tests Reveal

(EcoWatch) - The past few years have revealed some disturbing news for the alcohol industry. In 2015, CBS news broke the announcement of a lawsuit against 31 brands of wines for high levels of inorganic arsenic . In 2016, beer testing in Germany also revealed residues of glyphosate in every singl...

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