California Wine Industry Excited Storms Are Putting Dent In DroughtKen Freeze of the Unified Wine and Grape Symposium says about 14,000 of the top wine and grape industry professionals are at the center, selling and checking out the latest and greatest technologies and equipment in the industry.
Texas Destroys Hundreds Of Bottles Of Counterfeit Wine Linked To California DealerAbout 500 bottles of counterfeit wine have been destroyed in Texas in a case linked to a California dealer who mixed cheap vintages and sold them for millions of dollars.
Lodi Named Wine Region Of The Year By Wine EnthusiastThe city beat Napa Valley, France, Spain and Italy in a year when California dried up, water was restricted and hail pummeled buds.
Diane Keaton Talks About Her Wine Company, Prefers It Over IceThe actress insists her wine beverage must be served over ice ,just the way she likes it.
Best Wineries Near SacramentoCalifornia is known for its wine, which gives Californians almost too many options in their wine tasting. We're here to help you narrow down the list.
Wine Country On High Alert For Southern California PestIt may not the centerpiece of Louis Foppiano's vineyard in Healdsberg, but a bug trap is doing some serious work saving his livelihood from ruin.
Arkansas Legislator Drops Proposed California Wine Ban: 'We Made A Point'Republican Rep. Dan Douglas of Bentonville told House members to enjoy California wine while they can on Friday, but told the Associated Press on Monday morning that he wouldn't run the bill before the Senate State Agencies and Governmental Affairs Committee.
Lawsuit: Some California Wines Contain High Levels Of ArsenicA class action lawsuit filed in California claims some of the nation's top selling wines contain high levels of arsenic.
Six Food Favorites Affected By Climate ChangeThe effects of climate change are far-reaching, affecting not only weather, but more critical parts of human life such as food.
After Record Year, California Wine Grape Crop Drops More Than 10 PercentNew numbers out on Tuesday show it’s a statewide dropoff from a record 2013. Last year 4.16 million tons were crushed, a drop of 11 percent. Things were worse in the Lodi district where 674,000 tons of grapes were crushed—a 17 percent drop.
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