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Washington Wineries Leery of Land-Use Limits

October, 02, 2017 Washington Wineries Leery of Land-Use Limits

(Wines&Vines) - Pending changes on land-use regulations in King County, Wash., are mobilizing wineries outside Seattle to make sure the new rules reflect tasting room realities.  A staff report that King County’s executives received earlier this summer will aim to regulate vintner...

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Opus One Winery ordered to pay for Napa River contamination

October, 02, 2017 Opus One Winery ordered to pay for Napa River contamination

(NVR) - Opus One Winery has been ordered to pay more than $10,000 in monetary relief for contaminating the Napa River with grape waste last year. An undetermined amount of grape waste from the Oakville winery was accidentally pumped into the river in October during the 2016 harvest, Opu...

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Paso Robles Wineries Adjust for Challenges

October, 01, 2017 Paso Robles Wineries Adjust for Challenges

(Wines&Vines) - After a summer of widely favorable growing conditions, farmers and vintners across the Paso Robles AVA face the effects of a prolonged Labor Day heat wave followed by unseasonal humidity and rain, all of which may force a squeeze on limited labor resources.  “I fee...

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Parker Please Don't Go

October, 01, 2017 Parker Please Don't Go

(Wine-Searcher) - Plenty of people love to hate Robert Parker, but Oliver Styles warns that we'll be lost without him. It will no doubt come as some surprise to the likes of Jancis Robinson, Allen Meadows, James Suckling, Michel Bettane, Steven Spurrier, et al. to learn that, according to French...

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Large Beaujolais estate sold after three centuries in same family

October, 01, 2017 Large Beaujolais estate sold after three centuries in same family

(Decanter) - Château de la Chaize, one of the largest wine estates in Beaujolais, is changing hands after three-and-a-half centuries of being owned by the same family.  Château de la Chaize has been sold to Maïa Group, an independent French company specialising in infr...

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Pennsylvanians Raise A Glass As October Marks Wine Month

October, 01, 2017 Pennsylvanians Raise A Glass As October Marks Wine Month

 (CBS) — October is Pennsylvania Wine Month and area restaurants and wineries have special offerings throughout the month. Many wineries harvest their grapes in October so visitors can see the wine making process from grape to glass. “In Pennsylvania we of...

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How Science Saved Me from Pretending to Love Wine

October, 01, 2017 How Science Saved Me from Pretending to Love Wine

(NewYorker) - I was in my late forties when I finally admitted to myself that I would never love wine. As other women fake orgasms, I have faked hundreds of satisfied responses to hundreds of glasses—not a difficult feat, since my father schooled my brother and me in the vocabulary of wine fr...

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How to Pick a Cheap Wine That Tastes Expensive

October, 01, 2017 How to Pick a Cheap Wine That Tastes Expensive

(Nasdaq) - You've been there before. You head to your local Trader Joe's to pick up that go-to $9.99 California pinot for a party, only to discover it's out of stock. You're left scratching your head and reaching for rosé, because, hey, everyone likes rosé, right? Wrong. We asked w...

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