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Wine Industry
September 01, 2010 Posted by
The winemakers at Staglin Family Winery have taken the old saying, "Wine is simply sunshine in a glass" to a completely new level.
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Wine Industry
June 08, 2010 Posted by
A compelling business opportunity surfaced back in 2003-04 when the Oregon region — known for its Pinot Noir production — was generating very small vintages and there was huge demand for more fruit. That’s when winemaking legend Ernst Loosen (pronounced loh-zen) teamed up with J. Christopher Wines to craft an elegant Pinot Noir. But the juice didn’t come from Oregon …
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Wine Industry
February 08, 2010 Posted by

Fleming Jenkins Choreography, Napa Valley Cabernet Blend On the eve of her departure for the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, Gold Medalist Peggy Fleming Jenkins spoke to Liquid Assets columnist and SVB Director of Wine Programs, Raymond Nasr, about her

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Wine Industry
November 10, 2009 Posted by

This holiday season, why not try something different on the wine front? Offer your friends and guests some truly unique and delicious wine choices — all for under $40.With so many great wine values on the store shelves these days,

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August 11, 2009 Posted by

As head of the Presidential Inaugural Committee, California Senator Diane Feinstein commented that the menu they chose for the January inaugural luncheon was intended to reflect the tastes of Abraham Lincoln, who favored root vegetables, wild game, stewed and scalloped

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Wine Industry
April 07, 2009 Posted by

A select group of winemakers can be credited with revolutionizing modern day winemaking in California. They are the innovators who, some 20 years ago, brought Old World traditions to the New World. David Ramey is clearly a member of that

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