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The president of the newly established Michigan Wine Collaborative (MWC) believes wine grape growers could benefit significantly as the organization strives to ... more
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California's 2006 grape crush totaled 3,479,933 tons, down 20 percent from the record 2005 crush of 4,330,064 tons, according to the USDA's National A... more »
Growth and change in the U.S. wine business over the past 20 years has been nothing short of "breathtaking,"a top executive of Constellation Brands to... more »
An NBC News story Tuesday, in which a scientist warned that global warming could have serious consequences on California's multibillion-dollar grape i... more »
Like giant feet stomping on grapes, the wine wholesaler lobby soundly crushed last year's efforts by Virginia wineries to continue delivery of their o... more »
Illinois wine and grape industries are so robust that a new economic study surprised even those closest to the vineyards. FarmWeek... more »
The nation has nearly drunk its way out of a six-year wine glut. Sacramento Bee... more »
Noble and Carlos grape varieties could be the future agriculture niche many area farmers are looking for to make a profit from their land again, accor... more »
North Carolina has more than doubled the amount of land used to grow grapes to 1,300 acres since 2000, enabling the state to become the 10th largest p... more »
Overall for wine sellers, 2006 was a strong year with domestic consumption climbing 3 percent to a record of more than 300 million cases. Recordnet.co... more »
In New York state, the wine and grape industry has become an important part of the economy, reflecting what is happening nationally, according to a st... more »