New president brings experience in wine industry communications.
An economist and a plant pathologist team up to help growers understand the threshold for action when a vine is diagnosed with the virus.
‘Cabernet Sauvignon’ is the leading grape variety, accounting for more than a quarter of the total harvest.
Sonoma County Winegrowers eyes 2019 to become the U.S.’s first completely sustainable wine region.
California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance updates certification program, shows sustainability is important part of wine trade.
Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers unveils new identity at convention, now known as Washington Winegrowers Association.
Prices were up 12%, and red wine grapes continue to gain on white wine grapes in popularity, though ‘Chardonnay’ remained king.
In the high desert of Arizona grows the world’s biggest viticulture laboratory.
While new formulas of herbicides are released in conjunction with herbicide-tolerant corn, cotton, and soybean varieties to reduce risk of drift and crop injury, winegrape growers worry some row crop farmers will opt for older formulations.
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The Unified Wine & Grape Symposium, by far the nation’s largest winegrape conference, is happening this week in Sacramento, CA.
Trade enforcement action challenges British Columbia regulations that unfairly exclude U.S. wine from grocery store shelves.
Commodity association veteran believes she has found a home with the Lodi Winegrape Commission.
The loss of table grape berries from their pedicels, or cap stems, during packing, shipping, postharvest storage, or […]
Grape growers see challenges this past growing season.
It’s not just agribusiness to a group of old vine enthusiasts who seek to preserve a part of California winegrape history.
Twenty years in the making, the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture has released two new winegrapes […]