Wine In The News

Trump Winery Looking to Add Foreign Workers

  ABCNEWS.COM – The Trump Winery is working to add more foreign workers to its staff after a presidential campaign in which the president-elect criticized companies for moving jobs overseas. The Virginia winery, owned and managed by Eric Trump and not his father, is seeking to add six foreign workers to its staff for six …

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Produced By Advertising Publications Pop a cork of local wine for New Year’s

SEATTLETIMES.COM – When you reach for bubbly to celebrate the New Year, keep it local. The Pacific Northwest has a variety of sparkling wine options, but Argyle Winery’s Vintage Brut, from Oregon’s Willamette Valley, is a standout. The winery has produced world-class sparkling wine since 1987 that has a crowd-pleasing, round flavor with refreshing effervescence. …

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Five winery tasting room tips

MERCURYNEWS.COM – Going to winery tasting rooms is a great way to discover new favorites and have some fun. Most of the time, it all goes swimmingly. Here are five tasting-room etiquette tips to keep in mind, so “most of the time” can be “all the time.” Last call: The winery may be open until 5 …

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A Wine Keurig Is Here To Make Ladies’ Night Even Better

SELF.com – You’ve crafted the perfect charcuterie platter. You’ve flipped HBO on to marathon Sex And The City. And you’ve gathered some of your closest girl friends to discuss all the crazy things that have happened over the last month. Your ladies’ night is looking pretty flawless, and you find yourself asking, “Could things get …

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3 Ways That Wine Is More Than Just A Drink

FORBES – It’s a little bit like the Holy Grail of our professional lives: for our work to meaningfully express what we believe, what we think, and what we value. That may be one of the most common themes across media channels during the month of December, during this season of taking personal inventory and …

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Wine detective on a mission to track down counterfeits

  CBSNEWS.COM – Today, growing worldwide demand has encouraged far more fraud in the wine world. That’s created a whole new line of work for those with a keen eye and nose for a bogus bottle, reports CBS News correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti. London’s Berry Bros. wine shop is older than the United States of America …

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Fine Wine Producers Debate To Cork Or Not To Cork

FORBES – During my recent trip to Burgundy in early December 2016, I found several top producers switching from cork closures to Diam. I knew that large negociants like Louis Jadot and Bouchard Père et Fils were happy using this closure for their white wines, but now small, high-quality domains are switching over. Étienne de …

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Oregon wines nab top spots on Wine Spectator list

KGW.COM – Two of the top three wines of the year, as ranked by Wine Spectator magazine, come from Willamette Valley wineries. Domaine Serene’s Dundee Hills Evenstad Reserve 2014 Chardonnay ranked second on Wine Spectator’s yearly Top 100 list; Beaux Frères’ 2014 Pinot Noir followed as the third best of 2016. The top spot went …

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How Trump’s deportation plan threatens America’s food and wine supply

SALON.COM – Mass deportations of up to three million undocumented immigrants are expected to begin in January, when President-elect Donald Trump takes the oath of office and begins to turn his campaign promises into government policy. While Trump claims criminals are his primary target, reports suggest there aren’t enough of them to actually reach his …

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