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News & Features  :  Wine & Health Q&A

Can chemicals on the posts in the vineyards get into my wine?

Posted: March 17, 2011  By Christina Zapel

News & Features  :  News

High-Voltage Towers Anger Rioja Wine Industry

Producers complain that the towers are an eyesore and a threat to tourism

Posted: March 10, 2011  By Chris Fleming

News & Features  :  Unfiltered

Will Donald Trump Rescue a Virginia Winery?

Plus, Annika Sorenstam returns to television—as a wine lover, and Burgundy’s Labouré-Roi aims to plant 100,000 more trees

Posted: February 24, 2011  

News & Features  :  Unfiltered

Moët Serves the Golden Globes

Plus, Bordeaux goes organic and China’s domestic wine industry faces fraud accusations

Posted: January 13, 2011  

News & Features  :  Wine Talk

A Designer Vineyard in Italy

Alberto Alessi plans to make world-class Chardonnay

Posted: November 30, 2010  By Jennifer Fiedler

News & Features  :  News

Biking Through the Vines

Napa Valley is building a 44-mile path for cyclists and hikers through the heart of America's top wine region

Posted: November 24, 2010  By Lynn Alley

News & Features  :  Unfiltered

Siduri Goes High Fashion

Plus, chef Madhur Jaffrey stars in the newest foodie film, Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello cellar has been restored (and restocked), and a new type of solar power system in Sonoma

Posted: November 18, 2010  

News & Features  :  News

Oregon Grapegrowers Hope to Preserve Farmland

Two court decisions back a state law restricting development in agricultural areas

Posted: November 9, 2010  By Lynn Alley

News & Features  :  Unfiltered

Wine Country Cheers on the San Francisco Giants

Plus, Rusty Staub’s charity auction earns over $1 million, more wineries come to the aid of the Gulf, and two winery foreclosures in Virginia

Posted: November 4, 2010  

News & Features  :  News

Russian River Rules

As government officials argue over water use in Sonoma and Mendocino, grapegrowers worry their crop will freeze

Posted: November 3, 2010  By Harris Meyer

Blogs  :  Stirring the Lees with James Molesworth

A Sit-Down with Alfred Tesseron

The experienced owner of Château Pontet-Canet feels he is still learning his vineyard

Posted: November 1, 2010  By James Molesworth

As the owner of the well-respected Château Pontet-Canet, Alfred Tesseron has been around the block. I sat down with him here at my office today to talk about his latest efforts at the Pauillac property. After 30-plus years at the helm of Pontet-Canet, Tesseron is raising eyebrows with his conversion to biodynamic farming.

News & Features  :  Unfiltered

Bode Miller's Winemaking Retirement Plans

Plus, elephants lend a foot at an Oregon Riesling crush, and Sonoma’s St. Francis winery creates a Whale of a Chardonnay for a Gulf charity

Posted: October 28, 2010  

News & Features  :  News

America's Leading Winemaking School Goes Platinum

A new, high-tech green winery changes the flavor of education and research at UC Davis

Posted: October 27, 2010  By Dana Nigro

News & Features  :  Unfiltered

Sparkling Wine for Sparkling Seas

Plus, Cave de Tain tags a graffiti artist for a new label and ecofriendly Napa Valley harvest tourism

Posted: October 21, 2010  

Blogs  :  Stirring the Lees with James Molesworth

A Sit-Down with Charles Bieler

From Provencal rosé to Finger Lakes Riesling on tap, Bieler gets a wide range of wine to market

Posted: September 28, 2010  By James Molesworth

I’m not wet behind the ears any more, but not a grizzled veteran yet either. At least I think not. Still, I’ve been around the industry long enough to meet people who’ve set up shop in more than one wine region I cover—producing wine in both Chile and Argentina for example. Yet I’ve never met someone who overlaps with me quite the way Charles Bieler does. I sat down with him at my office last week to discuss Grenache in the Rhône, Malbec in Argentina and even Riesling in the Finger Lakes, among other things.

News & Features  :  News

French Activists Destroy Experimental Vineyard

"Reapers" target genetically modified vines; Researchers try to educate wary French public about the benefits of research

Posted: September 14, 2010  By Ben O'Donnell

News & Features  :  Unfiltered

Eats, Shoots and Orders the Riesling

Plus, an irrigation invention that could save millions of gallons of water in the vineyard, and a blog-fueled dust-up over Veuve Clicquot in New Zealand

Posted: September 2, 2010  

Aug. 31, 2010 Issue  :  News

Gulf Coast Chefs Wrestle With Spill

Posted: August 31, 2010  By Mitch Frank

News & Features  :  News

Key to Alternative Fuel Could Be Winemaking Yeast

Scientists find several yeast strains that could turn wild grasses into fuel for your car

Posted: July 20, 2010  By Jacob Gaffney

Blogs  :  Stirring the Lees with James Molesworth

A Sit-Down with Chile's Cristóbal Undurraga

Posted: June 24, 2010  By James Molesworth

I sat down with Chilean winemaker Cristobal Undurraga, of Vina Koyle, to discuss going green and biodynamic, plus just what it takes to start a winery from scratch.

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