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Checking in on just how much consumers are enjoying themselves this holiday season, with Chris Adams, Sherry-Lehmann CEO, and David Bouley, Bouley Restaurant owner and executive chef.
Constellation Brands CEO, Rob Sands discusses the company's anticipated Q3 earnings report to be released in January and plans for over 20 new product launches by the end of 2012.
When John Todora announced last season that he’d be offering every customer who came in to watch Miami Heat games at his bar a $25 bill credit if the team lost that night, many people thought he was crazy.
Mad Money's Cramer takes a look at the spectacular growth in high-end spirits, with Ken Austin, Tequila Avion CEO.
Retired NBA star Yao Ming goes from the basketball court to the tasting room, as he starts his own Napa Valley wine company: Yao Family Wines.
A new bargain-hunting culture has emerged, where Americans of all incomes look for antiques in pawn shops and flea markets — even their own attics and basements.
Peter Lunzer, CEO, Lunzer Wine Investments, says that Bordeaux wines have consistently offered investors steady returns.
Alternative investing may not be for everyone, but there's an entry point for almost anyone—and as popular cable TV programs illustrate every week, small fortunes can be found in attics, basements and, yes, storage rooms.
Portugal is fighting to regain share of one of its major exports: cork, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
The housing crisis has even hit the Napa Valley. Jane Wells talks to buyers, sellers, and realtors about steals and deals in wine country.
Sales of spirits have increased two percent and Pernod Brands posted an eight percent rise in profit this year. Insight on the company's strategy and plans to keep profit flowing, with Pierre Pringuet, Pernod Ricard CEO.
"In the US we are not only getting volume growth, but getting price mix. Consumers are coming back to the higher price point brands," Paul Walsh, chief executive at Diageo, told CNBC.
Growth within the beer industry depends on an 'equation' of factors which are more present in developing markets than in Europe and the US, Heineken CEO Jean Francois van Boxmeer told CNBC after the beer firm posted disappointing first half results.
"We have low trading levels, and low consumer confidence, particularly in the Northern Hemisphere. We have had a lot of positive developments in the developing part of the world - if we think about Asia, the Middle East and Africa, these markets are very strong, and that compensates a lot," Jean-Francois van Boxmeer, CEO of Heineken, told CNBC.
When a heat wave grips the nation, “temperature management” becomes an issue for anyone looking to stay comfortable. But when your business involves shipping heat-sensitive items, it takes on a whole new meaning. The recent surge in temperatures across the country has many Wine.com customers opting to delay shipments of their wine purchases.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports the outlook for the multi-billion dollar wine industry may not be too sweet this year and Mother Nature may be to blame.
It appears 2011 won't be a stellar year for California wine, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
I am in Napa Valley today. Indulge me as I gloat. Remember I had to report from a Wyoming buffalo ranch last winter in—10-degree weather. I got pig manure on my boots in Iowa last month. So...I feel I kinda earned this.
CNBC's Jane Wells has the details on how cooler temperatures could result in a smaller crop harvest.
On the surface, it looks like just another bottle of wine with a label thrown on it to try to get it to sell. But the Luke Donald Collection, named after the world's number one golfer, is anything but.