Grapes

Dual driven vineyard

Twins Randall and Brad Lange are fourth-generation growers and namesake of LangeTwins, a large vineyard operation in four counties based near Lodi that was recently honored by growers across Californi... more

California winegrape growers soaked with concerns

The current season is bringing mixed results for California winegrape growers, who had an unexpectedly wet winter. The harvest is shaping up to show average yie... more

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Report: North Carolina 10th Largest Wine, Grape Producer

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 »

Big Rewards Coming Soon for Patient Winegrape Growers

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 »

Wine’s Clout Uncorked

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 »

Wine, Grape Industry Has a Heady Bouquet

With 935,000 acres of vineyards and grape farms, nearly 5,000 wineries and 1.1 million jobs, the wine-and-grape industry sends an estimated $162 billi... more »

Opportunity ripe for grape growers

Now's your chance to join others in Pennsylvania producing crops for wine industry. The Express-Times (New Jersey)... more »

Grape Expectations: New Study Shows Illinois’ Wineries Ripening

A survey by wine industry analysts M-K-F Research finds that the number of wineries in a state long known for Abe Lincoln, coal and corn has grown mor... more »

A New Generation of Grape Growers is Going into Business for Themselves

It sounds like Depression-era advice: to save the farm, you gotta start a winery. San Francisco Chronicle... more »

Stamp Remembered as Pioneer Grape Grower

When wine aficionados get together to talk about Finger Lakes wine vintage years and the bouquets of their favorite releases, they should also think a... more »

Each Year Holds Grape Expectations

Just 363 days to go before we determine whether this year is destined to be a great vintage, a good vintage or a clunker. Rochester Democrat Chronicl... more »

Climate Change Could Be More Than Sour Grapes

Climate change may lead to a change in the taste of Oregon's signature pinot noir wines also could be on the horizon. Seattle Post-Intelligencer... more »


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