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By Jen Bravo Flying high above the landscape is full of thrilling exhilaration and challenges for pilot winemakers Matt Trevisan and Hank Donatoni.
TASTE News Service, November 5, 2018 -- Following a long growing season characterized by moderate temperatures throughout the spring and summer, California's 2018 harvest played out like a dream for winegrowers in regions across the state, according to sources at Wine Institute.
By Dan Clarke We tasted Dry Creek Vineyard’s 2016 Old Vine Zinfandel recently.
By Dan Clarke                                                                                                                                 Angwin, Napa County, October 24, 2018 - Growers delivered a sanguine picture of Napa’a 2018 vintage yesterday.
TASTE News Service, October 17, 2018 — The 2018 wine grape harvest in the Santa Lucia Highlands appellation, which started in early September, is nearing its end.
By Peter Cunningham Urban wineries in the Bay Area operate in converted warehouses, disused military installations, or dockside utility buildings.
Editor’s note: All of California’s wine regions see frenetic activity this month.
TASTE News Service, August 29, 2018 – Academia has lent its influence to a better experience for visitors to wine country.
By Dan Clarke Rosé is the hottest segment in the world wine market.
By Dan Clarke The world can use more reliable seven-dollar wines and that’s the objective of winemaker Charlie Gilmore of CK Mondavi and Family winery.
TASTE News Service, July 25, 2018 – When wine writer Gabriel Geller heard about the man behind Covenant winery, he knew it was an inspiring story, one worth telling.
TASTE News Service, July 18, 2018 - In July 2018 Genevieve Janssens transitions from Director of Winemaking to Chief Winemaker at Robert Mondavi Winery, and Nova Cadamatre, MW, re-joins the team as Senior Director of Winemaking.
TASTE News Service, July 17, 2018 - As legalized, recreational cannabis becomes available in more states, it is not expected to have a significant impact on the purchasing of wine and liquor, according to the TABS Analytics 2018 Wine and Liquor Study.
TASTE News Service, June 26, 2018 – Andy Beckstoffer, perhaps the most recognized California grower of wine grapes, announced yesterday that his firm will open its new Red Hills Station in the Red Hills AVA just outside Kelseyville in Lake County on July 21st.
TASTE News Service, June 25, 2018 – Renowned vintners from the Napa Valley will be serving some of their best to deserving veterans through the Vintners for Veterans program, spearheaded by Duckhorn Vineyards along with the Yountville Chamber of Commerce.
TASTE News Service, June 25, 2018 – What do a 19th Century Actress, Teddy Roosevelt, and a Volcano Have in Common?
By Dan Clarke Greg Boeger is the recipient of the California State Fair’s 2018 Wine Lifetime Achievement Award.
By Chelsea Modlin “Running is alone time that lets the brain unspool the tangles that build up over the days.”
By Liz Thach My sister adores rosé wine, so when we visited France recently, I took her to one of the many large French grocery stores and introduced her to the rosé wine aisle.
By Tim Ortman Many roads can lead to a real love of wine.
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