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November, 16, 2017 Michael David Winery Purchases Historic Lodi Old Vine Zinfandel Vineyard

/PRNewswire/ -- Michael David Winery announced today the purchase of the historic 160-acre DeLuca Vineyard property, located on the eastern edge of the Lodi sub-appellation of Clements Hills. This property has been in the DeLuca family since 1961.  Louis DeLuca...

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(TDB) - An Australian winery has produced a 2016 Chardonnay called F*** Him to voice its opposition to US President Trump and promote acceptance of different races, genders, sexualities and religions. Winemaker Nic Peterkin, of L.A.S Vino in Margaret River, called its 2016 Chardonnay F*** H...

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November, 14, 2017 New study says chemical in red wine, chocolate could slow aging process

(WHDH) – Now this is a study where we’d be more than happy to participate! Researchers from  Exeter and Brighton universities  in the United Kingdom say the secret to staying young could be red wine and chocolate. The new study says a combination of the two could slow do...

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November, 13, 2017 American Canyon seeks more of the Napa Valley's winery businesses

(NVR) - American Canyon is hoping to expand its commercial sector by attracting more segments of the wine industry to an area of town that’s been largely undeveloped. The city hopes new businesses focused on wine warehousing, distribution, bottling and more will set up shop along ...

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November, 13, 2017 'World's oldest wine' found in 8,000-year-old jars in Georgia

(BBC) - Scientists say 8,000-year-old pottery fragments have revealed the earliest evidence of grape wine-making. The earthenware jars containing residual wine compounds were found in two sites south of the Georgian capital, Tbilisi, researchers said. Some of the jars bore images of grap...

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November, 12, 2017 Harvest Wraps Up in the Midwest

(Wines&Vines) - Some regions within the Midwest had a growing season much like that of the southern and the northeastern parts of the United States. Many vineyards had a relatively cool, wet summer that was followed by weeks of warm to hot weather in September and early October. A few area...

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November, 12, 2017 CALIFORNIA 2017: REGIONAL REPORTS

(TDB) - With the 2017 vintage in California being hailed as excellent despite a summer heat wave and the wildfires in the north of the state, here are the regional reports from each of the major AVAs from north to south. North Coast: Mendocino:  An earlier harvest than 2016 but only j...

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(Vinepair) - Decanting isn’t just for the nobles on “ Downton Abbey ” or pricey bottles in fancy restaurants.  Like many seemingly precious wine practices ( aggressive swirling , audible  sniffing ), decanting has a practical explanation. The primary reason to decant ...

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