Early grape harvests have begun in both San Luis Obispo in California and Washington due to a prolonged spell of warm, dry weather.
Regional bodies including those representing California, New York, Oregon and Washington are poised to take on the US government to protect key geographic wine regions.
US west coast wineries are changing hands at a record pace with 10% of owners said to be “strongly considering” selling up in the next five years.
The choice of wine served by US President Barack Obama to French President François Hollande at last night’s state dinner has been slammed as “cheap”.
db presents your ultimate craft beer guide to the greatest show on turf with team reviews and the best of brews from Washington and Colorado.
A trend is developing in the United States for craft beers made both with grapes and spent lees.
A Canadian company outbid rivals to buy nearly 700 acres of unplanted vineyard sites in Washington State at an auction earlier this week.
The US West Coast states of California, Oregon and Washington will be teaming up to create a joint UK trade tasting for 2014.
The chief winemaker at the world’s biggest wine company talks of Chardonnay’s expressiveness, how Château Montelena inspires her and the best upcoming regions in North America for growing the variety.
In stark contrast to dire conditions in Europe, California is gearing up for a “Goldilocks” vintage.
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