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Former Napa Valley Winemaker Arrested in Fraud Scheme

Former Napa Valley Winemaker Arrested in Fraud Scheme

Jeffry Hill was arrested on Wednesday in Clovis, Calif., after an indictment by a San Francisco grand jury was unsealed.

Former Napa Valley Winemaker Arrested for Fraud Scheme

A grand jury charged Jeffry James Hill with stealing grapes and deceiving customers about the source and type of grapes in the wines he sold.
The Pour: 12 Wine Grapes Worth Discovering

The Pour: 12 Wine Grapes Worth Discovering

The vespaiolo grape from the producer Contrà Soarda in the Veneto region of Italy.
La Morra Journal: In Italy’s Drought-Hit Vineyards, the Harvest of a Changing Climate

La Morra Journal: In Italy’s Drought-Hit Vineyards, the Harvest of a Changing Climate

Donneschi Zvonko, 49, harvesting pinot nero grapes in Neive. Due to the high temperatures this year, the winemaker Castello di Neive has started harvesting the grapes three weeks earlier than usual.
La Morra Journal: In Italy’s Drought-Hit Vineyards, the Harvest of a Changing Climate

La Morra Journal: In Italy’s Drought-Hit Vineyards, the Harvest of a Changing Climate

Donneschi Zvonko, 49, harvesting pinot nero grapes in Neive. Due to the high temperatures this year, the winemaker Castello di Neive has started harvesting the grapes three weeks earlier than usual.
Wildfires Spared the Vineyards, but the Wines Could Suffer

Wildfires Spared the Vineyards, but the Wines Could Suffer

Grapevines at the Gundlach Bundschu winery in the Sonoma Valley. The family that owns it said they are more concerned at the moment about the well-being of employees.
Wildfires Spared the Vineyards, but the Wines Could Suffer

Wildfires Spared the Vineyards, but the Wines Could Suffer

Grapevines at the Gundlach Bundschu winery in the Sonoma Valley. The family that owns it said they are more concerned at the moment about the well-being of employees.
Trilobites: Wine From Prehistoric Georgia With an 8,000-Year-Old Vintage

Trilobites: Wine From Prehistoric Georgia With an 8,000-Year-Old Vintage

The base of a Neolithic jar recovered from a Neolithic site in Georgia. Researchers found wine residue on pottery shards at two Georgian sites going back to 6,000 B.C.
The Pour: Wines That Resound in Memory

The Pour: Wines That Resound in Memory

Pécharmant from the Bergerac region of southwestern France, a favorite of the writer Martin Walker, and a memorable taste from 2017.
The Pour: From Ontario, Cool-Climate Wines of Beauty and Vision

The Pour: From Ontario, Cool-Climate Wines of Beauty and Vision

François Morissette of Pearl Morissette, whose neoclassical wines owe much to absorbing old methods that he learned while traveling and living in Europe.
What Happens to Wine Grape Waste?

What Happens to Wine Grape Waste?

After winemakers extract grapes' juice, they're left with a lot of fruit skins and pulp. Learn what happens to all that goo in this episode of BrainStuff.
Should you taste grapes at the grocery store before buying?

Should you taste grapes at the grocery store before buying?

Like many people who work in an office, we here at Onion Inc. use Slack frequently, for everything from “where in the hell is that article?” (using nicer language), to vote on what we should get for
Wine School: From Campania’s Volcanic Soils, Whites in Multiple Colors

Wine School: From Campania’s Volcanic Soils, Whites in Multiple Colors

From left, Luigi Maffini Cilento Fiano Kratos 2016, Cantina Giardino Campania Fiano I.G.P. Gaia 2016 and Ciro Picariello Irpinia Fiano 2015.
Never Heard of Bolivian Wine? That May Be About to Change

Never Heard of Bolivian Wine? That May Be About to Change

Vineyards at Tierra Roja are managed using biodynamic farming methods. Christian Villamor started the business by making wine in his bedroom.