A Napa Valley vintner has pleaded guilty to illegally trafficking parts of endangered animals in to the US, including sea turtle shells and whale bones.
A wildfire on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast has destroyed vineyards and thousands of bottles of wine at Grgich winery near Dubrovnik.
Sotheby’s Hong Kong will be giving away bottles of Dominus to first-time customers at its retail outlet until September.
An auction organised by Napa Valley Vintners has raised $15.8 million for charity, breaking several records in the process.
E&J Gallo has further strengthened its premium portfolio with the acquisition of two vineyard sites in Napa Valley.
Napa Cabernet offers good value for money and is seeing a resurgence in consumer interest, says Silverado’s general manager, Russell Weis.
Joseph Phelps, a pioneering force for Napa Valley’s wine industry and major philanthropist, has died at his home in St Helena aged 87.
Mark Beringer has been appointed chief winemaker of Beringer Vineyards in California’s Napa Valley, the winery founded by his great-great-grandfather in 1876.
A disagreement over a vineyard in the Napa Valley has ended with the owner murdering his business partner and then killing himself.
The quality of the skins is the determining factor as to whether a red wine will be good or not according to the chief winemaker of Silver Oak in California.
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