The Duncan Family, owners of Silver Oak and Twomey Cellars, are pleased to announce the acquisition of Sausal Vineyard and Winery, one of the Alexander Valley's oldest and most admired boutique wineries and vineyard sites
All agriculture producers expressed anxiety about AB 1313, a bill that would require field workers be paid overtime after eight hours of work in a day, as opposed to 10 hours as current law states. All producers said the weather-based nature of their industry makes it impossible to control the length of a workday.
Firefighters in Lake and Colusa counties turned the corner late Tuesday in their fight against two wind-whipped fires that burned 7,000 acres, establishing control lines that should keep the fires from spreading
The opinion, handed down Tuesday by US District Court Judge John G. Heyburn, II, marks a big win in a five-year push from the Food With Wine Collation, a consortium of large and small Kentucky retail grocery, supermarket and convenience stores owners
When an insect pierces the surface of a plant to feed, much of the action takes place in the plant's interior. A device called the Electrical Penetration Graph (EPG) is a critical tool for peering into the process.
Jarron Springer, president of the Tennessee Grocers & Convenience Store Association, said the ruling in Kentucky should serve as a "wake-up call to legislators that these state laws do need to change."
The second annual Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival concluded Sunday, a slickly produced, three-day debauch mostly held in and around the capacious digs of L.A. Live and its Marriott property -- though neither conference room nor rooftop exhibition tent could adequately contain the assemblage of white-coated, telegenic, A-list cooking talent that showed up, knives at the ready, to spoil us all with deliciousness