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Investment Group Buys Majority Ownership of California Winery Kosta Browne (Wine Spectator)
Boston equity firm J.W. Childs Associates buys control of famed California Pinot Noir producer; founders remain co-owners
Vinography Images: Where Wine Comes From

Where Wine Comes From
While no doubt unremarkable, and even boring to those who make their living by growing wine grapes, I don't tire of seeing great pictures of the raw materials that go into my bottles. In this case, several clusters of grapes (what look to me like Pinot Noir)
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Oregon Wine Pioneer Cal Knudsen Dies (Wine Spectator)
Planted 125 acres of Pinot Noir in '70s and helped lead Argyle Winery to prominence
The Best Wine Bar in the Universe?
I like wine bars. I wish there were more of them around when I was single and had the energy to go out and spend hours on the town with friends. These days I don't get to visit many, thanks to the crazy day job and the little one at home. But if I do end up having a drink after work, chances
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The Coming Carnage in the California Wine Industry
"The shitstorm is just beginning," he says, with a gravitas that makes it sound like the end of the world for the California wine industry. And while it may be the end of an era, rather than the end of the industry as we know it, my conversations with the man that I will refer to as Deep Tank
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La Paulee 2010 Grand Burgundy Tasting: March 13, San Francisco
Every budding wine lover faces what can often seem like a daunting mountain to climb. There are so many wines in the world to learn about and experience, it's not hard to feel overwhelmed. It's also quite common to feel a certain sense of frustration, the kind characterized by an ambition that far
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