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A Fond Farewell to a Grape Grower Advocate
It's not about quality as an absolute, says DiBuduo, who is stepping down as President and CEO of Allied Grape Growers (AGG), the largest such cooperative in the country, which is based in Fresno, CA, where he was born and raised. “Quality has always ... Growing Produce [ story ]

Egyptian table grape season running two weeks early
However, he said there was “very little demand” for red grapes as the market was still full of stocks from Chile and South Africa, and he did not expect the situation to improve much over the coming weeks. “If the market is full of stocks and then ... Fresh Fruit Portal [ story ]

Sunday is National Grape Popsicle Day
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - Sunday, May 27 is National Grape Popsicle Day. In 1905, 11-year-old Frank Epperson left a cup filled with powdered soda, water, and a stirring stick on his San Francisco porch. That night, low temps caused the concoction to ... KRON4 [ story ]

Why You Should Be Drinking Weird Wines
Some of this newfound love for obscure grapes can be overbearing, a way for wine geeks to draw a line between those who drink pinot grigio — “book club wine,” I've heard it called — and the true connoisseur. Still, whether they mean to or not, the ... New York Times [ story ]

Settlers destroy 700 grape trees near Hebron
HEBRON, May 27, 2018 (WAFA) – Extremist Israeli settlers late Saturday night destroyed about 700 grape trees in a Palestinian-owned orchard east of Hebron, in southern West Bank, and spray-painted racist graffiti on walls surrounding the orchard, ... WAFA - Palestine News Agency [ story ]

French chemists have an ingenious new use for rotten, discarded wine grapes
You can trust the French, masters of wine that they are, to find amazing innovations involving grapes. That is what a team of researchers at the University of Clermont Auvergne have done with research which seeks ways to transform the waste grape skins ... Digital Trends [ story ]

Grape skins and stems can be turned into a greener plastic
By Leah Crane. Wine production doesn't use every part of the fruit. It leaves behind a pile of skins, stems, and seeds called grape marc – but we may be able to use that detritus to help produce durable plastics. Grapes are full of a chemical compound ... New Scientist [ story ]

Grape and wine council gets expanded mission
Rick Snyder on Wednesday signed House Bill 4667 and Senate Bill 440, changing the name of the Michigan Grape and Wine Industry Council to the Michigan Craft Beverage Council, according to a release from the Michigan Department of Agriculture and ... Traverse City Record Eagle [ story ]

Northwest Wine: Oregon makes pinot noir a dominant Northwest grape
At more than 50,000 tons harvested annually in Oregon, pinot noir is one of the dominant red grape varieties in the Pacific Northwest, trailing only Washington cabernet sauvignon, which weighed in the past two vintages at more than 60,000 tons. While ... Yakima Herald-Republic [ story ]

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A Fond Farewell to a Grape Grower Advocate
It's not about quality as an absolute, says DiBuduo, who is stepping down as President and CEO of Allied Grape Growers (AGG), the largest such cooperative in the country, which is based in Fresno, CA, where he was born and raised. “Quality has always ... Growing Produce [ story ]

Egyptian table grape season running two weeks early
However, he said there was “very little demand” for red grapes as the market was still full of stocks from Chile and South Africa, and he did not expect the situation to improve much over the coming weeks. “If the market is full of stocks and then ... Fresh Fruit Portal [ story ]

Sunday is National Grape Popsicle Day
Sunday is National Grape Popsicle Day Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, ... KRON4 [ story ]

Opinion | Why You Should Be Drinking Weird Wines
In recent years, you may have noticed some unfamiliar names on wine lists alongside your usual chardonnays and pinot noirs — strange, hard-to-pronounce ... New York Times [ story ]

Settlers destroy 700 grape trees near Hebron
HEBRON, May 27, 2018 (WAFA) – Extremist Israeli settlers late Saturday night destroyed about 700 grape trees in a Palestinian-owned orchard east of Hebron, ... WAFA - Palestine News Agency [ story ]

French chemists have an ingenious new use for rotten, discarded wine grapes
You can trust the French, masters of wine that they are, to find amazing innovations involving grapes. That is what a team of researchers at the University of Clermont Auvergne have done with research which seeks ways to transform the waste grape skins ... Digital Trends [ story ]

Grape and wine council gets expanded mission | Business | record ...
LANSING — Gov. Rick Snyder on Wednesday signed House Bill 4667 and Senate Bill 440, changing the name of the Michigan Grape and Wine Industry ... Traverse City Record Eagle [ story ]

Grape skins and stems can be turned into a greener plastic
By Leah Crane. Wine production doesn't use every part of the fruit. It leaves behind a pile of skins, stems, and seeds called grape marc – but we may be able to use that detritus to help produce durable plastics. Grapes are full of a chemical compound ... New Scientist [ story ]

Grape expectations: Nevada wine industry primed for success amid law changes
RENO, Nev. — For years, Wade Johnston has dreamed of opening up a winery in Northern Nevada. In 2015, when Nevada lawmakers lifted the ban on opening commercial wineries in counties with more than 100,000 people with the adoption of Assembly ... Northern Nevada Business Weekly [ story ]

Finger Lakes Wines and Grapes: May weather promising for vineyards
Here in the Finger Lakes, it looks like we went from winter directly into summer, skipping spring completely. April was one of the coldest on record: According to the Cornell Finger Lakes Grape Program, we had a degree day measurement of just 8 for ... Auburn Citizen [ story ]

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