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Napa 'cult darling' snatched up for $50 million as vineyard deals heat up
Ovid, a Napa Valley "cult darling" known for its Pritchard Hill Bordeaux Blends and Cabernet Franc, is estimated to come with a $50 million price tag, according to an industry source who spoke to CNBC.
In Napa Valley deal, Silver Oak owners purchase Ovid winery
The owners of the Napa Valley's Silver Oak and Twomey wineries have purchased Ovid, an estate vineyard and winery in St. Helena's Pritchard Hill. The price, according to an industry source: around $50 million.
Southern Glazer's Celebrates Earth Day
-Understanding eco-friendly grown and made wine-
Would You Be Willing to Pay More for Organic Wine?
If organic wine was on the menu, would you pay more for it compared to its conventional counterparts? According to a new UF/IFAS study, the answer is no.
Vinexpo Bordeaux and Wine Spectator to present "Fire and Rain: Climate Change and the Wine Industry"
Panel discussion will feature climate policy experts and leading vintners at Vinexpo Bordeaux 2017, Sunday, June 18.
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