While machinery has overtaken some vineyards, many vineyards continue to rely on the patience and perseverance of handpicked harvests.
Two programs from the San Francisco Wine School cater to the busy wine professional who doesn’t think about formal wine education.
The Umstead Hotel To Host Wine Paired Dinners
Not every trip to Las Vegas includes tasting wine with the San Francisco Wine School.But David Glancy, the school’s founder, says what happens in Vegas can be a career-altering experience.
There’s something about artisanal, small-production wines—and their storied histories—that suggests less means more.
The National Restaurant Association announces today BAR (Beverage Alcohol for Restaurants) at NRA Show 2015, formerly known as the International Wine, Spirits & Beer Event.
From New York’s Finger Lakes to Michigan’s Traverse City, lesser-known wine regions around the U.S. are gaining prominence.
Drink sales in bars and restaurants are projected to grow modestly in 2015, according to Technomic's expectations for the on-premise alcohol industry.
Hall Wines, a portfolio of luxury wineries and tasting rooms in Napa Valley, California, announced plans to kick off a culinary offering at its St. Helena winery featuring celebrity chef MikeC.
A California earthquake that hit in August shook up Napa Valley's wine industry, causing $80 million in damage.