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Less than zero

Sep 17, 2019

Gallo seeks to uncork lower-end wine market

by Meghan McCarty Carino Apr 4, 2019
E. & J. Gallo is buying roughly 30 inexpensive wine brands from Constellation Brands.
E. & J. Gallo is buying roughly 30 inexpensive wine brands from Constellation Brands.
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Rosé is becoming a year-round trend

by John Laurenson Aug 20, 2018
Rosé wine was long dismissed by wine buffs as cheap and cheerful. But the popularity of rosé is surging in the United States, where sales doubled in 2017. The biggest rosé region is in Provence, France. The French still tend to…
Rosé: You can drink it past Labor Day.
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How to be a...

How to be a winemaker

by Eliza Mills Jan 12, 2018
According to winemaker Elizabeth Vianna, making wine is more scientific and less romantic than most people think.
Chimney Rock Winery in Napa Valley, CA, where Elizabeth Vianna is the winemaker and general manager. 
Courtesy Chimney Rock Winery

As farmworkers grow scarce, wages are on the rise

by Kai Ryssdal Mar 23, 2017
But that's not attracting native-born American laborers to the fields yet, L.A. Times reporter says.
California farmers face such tight labor pools that some are replacing grapes with almonds, which require much less human labor.
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Napa Valley insists: It's in California, not Texas

by Annie Baxter Sep 9, 2016
A loophole allows out-of-state winemakers to use the prestigious name if the grapes were imported.
A loophole in federal regulations allows a winemaker to label its bottles "Napa Valley” as long as the grapes came from Napa and the wine is sold only within the winemaker’s state. 
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How do wineries set the price for a bottle of wine?

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Feb 22, 2016
It depends on the winery. But for the big players, much of the cost is marketing.
Ever wonder what goes into pricing wine?
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Why simple is best when it comes to corkscrews

by David Brancaccio Jul 28, 2015
A wine buyer swears off gadgetry.

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Michigan's vineyards: Wine that survives the winter?

by Marketplace Contributor Jun 18, 2014
A new wine region is developing in less-than-Mediterranean Midwestern states.
Mind the Gap

One rich Londoner unconcerned by wealth gap

by Stephen Beard May 19, 2014
Researchers say the wealth gap between rich and poor in London is growing.

Climate change is making English wine better

by Stephen Beard Feb 21, 2014
Climate change is reversing the fortunes of a once derided industry.