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2017 Jan 25 2017 January 25 Wine / Growers

KIVI - HARSH WINTER COULD DRIVE PRICES UP

Whether you raise cattle or produce onions in the Treasure Valley, the harsh winter is taking a toll. In the end, that could drive prices up for consumers at the grocery store.

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2017 Jan 20 2017 January 20 Wine / Growers / Research

CAPITAL PRESS - COMMISSION SEEKS TO CHANGE

BOISE — The Idaho Wine Commission is asking lawmakers to approve a change in how the state’s wine assessment is calculated, a move designed to simplify record-keeping for wineries.

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2017 Jan 18 2017 January 18 Wine

CHICAGO TRIBUNE - GIVE NAPA A REST. VINEYARDS FROM

Although wine production occurs basically all around the globe — from Mexico to Zimbabwe — there are only a handful of countries that most of us associate with wine. If you are casually into drinking wine, you can maybe rattle off 10 of those countries. If you are really into wine, you can probably name two dozen without taking a breath. But after that, if you're not a sommelier, it may become a guessing game based on geography. There's a good chance that a country near a renowned wine country also produces wine, and with that in mind, Croatia would be a better bet than Panama.

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