Winemaking Calculators
 
+
Featured Wines
 
Promotional Tools
Wine Industry Events
 
New companies to directory
  • The Dancing Chameleom
  • Zilaro Cellars, LLC
  • George Dunham Real Estate
  • Stargazer
  • Crafted Spirits
 

Wine Industry News
Why the 'house' wine isn't always the cheapest on the menu

June, 01, 2017 Why the 'house' wine isn't always the cheapest on the menu

(YahooStyle) - If you walk into a pub or restaurant that looks a little above your means, if in doubt order the house wine, right? Because it’s a cheapest by definition, right? Wrong – apparently, it has little to do with price, and is simply what the establishment recommends. ...

read more »
 
Good news for New York: Millennials can't stop drinking wine

June, 01, 2017 Good news for New York: Millennials can't stop drinking wine

(Timesunion) - The miles of grape fields that once flanked the Hudson River are slowly returning, bringing with them wine and, hopefully, the millennials who can’t stop guzzling it.  In the last decade eastern New York has quietly turned into a significant hub for grape and wine produ...

read more »
 
Downy Mildew in California Vineyards

May, 30, 2017 Downy Mildew in California Vineyards

(Wines&Vines) - The  welcome end of a four-year drought brought one unexpected hardship to some California wine grape vineyards: downy mildew. Veteran extension viticulturists said the pathogen is a rarity in the Golden State and blamed its emergence on uncommon rates of humidity due to al...

read more »
 
Cannabis Country: Wine and Weed

May, 30, 2017 Cannabis Country: Wine and Weed

(SonomaWest) - Wine and weed come together at Santa Rosa symposium George Christie began to drink wine in moderation as a college student in New Jersey, which calls itself “The Garden State” and though it has beautiful farms, it’s not known for vines and wines. “It w...

read more »
 
Dom Vintages Become an Annual Event

May, 30, 2017 Dom Vintages Become an Annual Event

(Wine-Searcher) - Spreading too thin or "witnessing the vintage"? Dom Pérignon's string of vintages raises eyebrows. Dom Pérignon has undergone a dramatic evolution in its philosophy and ethos, according to chef de cave Richard Geoffroy, and it looks like the end of the traditional "...

read more »
 
How Noble Rot Makes for a Better, Peachier White Wine

May, 30, 2017 How Noble Rot Makes for a Better, Peachier White Wine

(Atlasobscura) - Scientists compared how different fungi affect a wine’s bouquet. Whether a wine is organic or not, wine producers invest a lot of time and money combating pests and blights that can destroy their precious crops of grapes. But vineyards have an interesting relationship with...

read more »
 
Chinese Wine Group Agrees to Buy Three Chilean Vineyards

May, 30, 2017 Chinese Wine Group Agrees to Buy Three Chilean Vineyards

(Plenglish) - Chile currently is China''s third wine exporting country, after France and Australia, but the wine business goes further with the purchase of three vineyards by a group of companies from the Asian nation. The news confirmed the enormous interest in China's consumption of Chile's hi...

read more »
 
After Fires, Chile Rebuilds Devastated Wine Regions

May, 30, 2017 After Fires, Chile Rebuilds Devastated Wine Regions

(WineSpectator) - Some producers were lucky, others less so. How will the blazes impact this year's harvest and the future? Chile suffered some of the worst wildfires in the nation's history earlier this year, with dozens of blazes ripping across hundreds of thousands of acres in the country's...

read more »
 

Pages: << 2 3 4 5 6 [7] 8 9 10 11 >>