Stories from Wine Business

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Organizers have started to line up speakers and programs for the ninth annual Wine Bloggers Conference that will take place Aug. 11-14 in Lodi.

Sessions picked to head Sonoma County Vintners

She had been serving as interim executive director for the past four months.

Black founders of Healdsburg winery accuse bank of discriminatory lending

The founders of Esterlina Vineyards and Winery allege Bank of the West steered the Healdsburg winery into costly high-interest loans because they are black.

Top leaders of North Coast independent wine companies

See who made the list of day-to-day leaders from the North Bay Business Journal’s list of largest independently owned wineries under 100,000 cases.

Far Niente Wine Estates sale finalized

The sale includes the Far Niente winery and its sister wineries Dolce, Nickel & Nickel, EnRoute and Bella Union.

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Pennsylvania has become the 44th state to allow direct-to-consumer wine shipping.

Race car driver bringing massive tasting room to downtown Petaluma

A small tasting room will open this July, with a larger building to break ground this fall.

Gallo buys Napa winery

E. & J. Gallo Winery announced Thursday it has acquired Rutherford-based Orin Swift Cellars.

Podcast: From farmworker to president of Ceja Vineyards

Amelia Ceja of Ceja Vineyards is the latest guest on Bill Swindell’s podcast, 'Drinking Stories,' which peels back the veneer of the wine, beer, spirits and cider industries

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Treasury Wine Estates has reorganized its California operations.

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