A management sim equal parts cozy, instructive, and critical of big business—even if somewhat accidentally.
The vandals who broke into the Conte Vistarino vineyard in the dead of night last week dumped wine from a variety of white grapes, including pinot grigio, riesling, and chardonnay.
Get ready to drink pinot grigio made in Newcastle.
Rebecca Rosen makes a living off protecting vineyards from berry-eating pests with the help of trained birds of prey.
Surrounded by mostly barren desert, the Chinese city of Turpan looks like a Mad Max wasteland, where temperatures regularly climb above 110 degrees.
United Farm Workers—America’s largest farm workers union—is reporting that the three farm workers who died last week on three separate vineyards in California were suffering from undue heat exposure.
Farmers protesting foreign food imports at a border crossing between France and Spain ransacked five Spanish wine trucks this week, draining the equivalent of 90,000 bottles.
Wild pigs are gluttons for Italy's grapes and sprouts, and so are deer. The two species are doing between US$11 million and $16 million in damage every year in Italy’s iconic Chianti region.
The problem for winegrowers in California is that no one wants to pick grapes anymore. Instead, the usual migrant workers now seem to prefer being “trimmigrants.”
Heidi Barrett, a winemaker at over half a dozen different wineries in the Napa Valley, is the woman behind some of California's best cult wines.
Applications to open vineyards in England rose by more than 40 percent last year, and Brits are ready to show off their chops when it comes to winemaking—especially bubbly.