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California Legislature Considers Naming Zinfandel As State Fruit

The proposal was initiated by a fourth-grade class and is now backed by the Zinfandel Advocates & Producers association.

Posted: April 13, 2002  By Lynn Alley

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Geneticists Question Origin of Grapevine Domestication

Winemaking was long believed to have started in the Caucasus Mountain region, but new research points to multiple sites.

Posted: April 5, 2002  By Lynn Alley

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As Nation Examines Food Safety, Wine Industry Isn't Overlooked

Wine is considered a low-risk target and few producers are worried, but the Wine Institute and the ATF consider safety issues anyway.

Posted: March 26, 2002  By Lynn Alley

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Luxury Community in California Plants Nation's First Brunello Vines

A vineyard of the Italian grape variety will add atmosphere to a Tuscan-themed residential complex, which will have its own wine label.

Posted: March 9, 2002  By Lynn Alley

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Researchers Solve Mystery of Zinfandel's Origins

California's grape turns out to be a Croatian variety called Crljenak.

Posted: January 23, 2002  By Lynn Alley

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Longtime Nursery Owner Richard Kunde Sells Sonoma Grapevine

The Sonoma County-based company has been bought by another California nursery, but the Kundes will keep their vineyards

Posted: January 19, 2002  By Lynn Alley

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A Central Coast Vintners Association Changes Its Name

Edna Valley-Arroyo Grande Valley group affiliates itself with the better-known destination of San Luis Obispo.

Posted: January 8, 2002  By Lynn Alley

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New Study Sheds More Light on Antioxidants in Red Wine

UC Davis researchers find that catechin -- which is abundant in grapes -- plays a key role in delaying tumors in mice.

Posted: December 31, 2001  By Lynn Alley

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Large Mexican Winery Creates New Brand for U.S. Market

Baja's L.A. Cetto will be releasing four new wines under the Don Luis brand in March 2002.

Posted: December 27, 2001  By Lynn Alley

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Hard Hit by Vine Disease, Southern California Appellation Sees New Signs of Hope

Temecula's largest winery, Callaway, is experimenting with replanting vineyards that were devastated by Pierce's disease.

Posted: December 18, 2001  By Lynn Alley

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