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Growers and other industry folks from 30 countries attended the 24th Unified Wine & Grape Symposium, which wrapped up yesterday.
Wine Institute: Strong quality across the state as ample rain ended drought.
Ask any winegrape grower to describe the grape harvest in Sonoma County and you typically hear “harvest time […]
Governor approves Pierce’s Disease Control Program money for the first time since 2011.
Apples, cherries, and pears are also threatened by Tobacco Ringspot Virus, a pathogen never before seen in Washington state.
Prices were up 12%, and red wine grapes continue to gain on white wine grapes in popularity, though ‘Chardonnay’ remained king.
Twenty years in the making, the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture has released two new winegrapes […]
Customary yield combined with remarkable quality, not to mention long-awaited rainfall, made this year a win/win/win.
Vineyard manager uses growing systems to control vigor of winegrape varieties.
Growers in the San Joaquin Valley are pulling out thousands of acres, replanting with nuts.
Research from Cornell University breaks down the cost of producing hybrid winegrapes.
Washington State University wins national recognition for water-conservation grape research.
After a seven-year campaign, winegrape growers and vintners applaud 11 new AVAs.
Double A Vineyards presents cold hardy winegrape varieties, seedless grapes, and more.
Vines collapsing, production down in states hit hardest by cold winter.
North Coast growers lose ability to divert river water to protect vines from frost.