Truett intends to use the net proceeds from the offering to pay down amounts owed under its credit facility, for working capital, capital expenditures, hiring additional personnel and for general corporate purposes.
Napa County's three farmworker housing centers are seeing increased occupancy in recent years, but they're also looking for stable financial footing as Auction Napa Valley winds down its grant funding.
With 42 Howell Mountain wineries pouring their wines and perfect weather for an outdoor event, the 18th annual Howell Mountain Cup set sail on Saturday at Charles Krug Winery, with 300 people in attendance. More than $110,000 was raised for local education.
We love the current trend of dry rosés -- more typical of France's Provence region -- that we are seeing in the Pacific Northwest. In the past few years, more top winemakers are putting in the effort to craft superb dry rosés.
Allan Schmidt, President and Managing Partner of Vineland Estates Winery in Vineland, was elected as the new chair of the Wine Council of Ontario (WCO) at today's board meeting. He replaces Ed Madronich of Flat Rock Cellars who has spent his four-year term sharing his passion for Ontario wines with a focus towards fostering awareness and dedication to Ontario wines by Ontarians.
San Diego County's Tiered Winery Ordinance, which allows boutique wineries by right to open tasting rooms on agricultural-zoned land, faced its second appeal on Friday, June 14. Carolyn Harris, an attorney, winery owner, and member of the Ramona Valley Winery Association, attended the court proceedings and provides the following report.
Students enrolled in UC Davis' Department of Viticulture and Enology will now do their swirling, sniffing, and tasting in what is expected to become the first building at any university to be certified Net Zero Energy under the Living Building Challenge.
A pair of the nation's most popular Masters of Wine, Bob Betz and Doug Frost, are set to spend a few days in the Snake River Valley this summer to evaluate the wines and labels of the Idaho wine industry.
It was about 25 years ago, in the late 1980s, and the wines, we had been told, were first-growth Bordeaux as well as at least one Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, which we all knew would be a Robert Mondavi wine
This is the 100th anniversary of the birth of Robert Mondavi, and the fifth year since his passing; and while we should be toasting his memory, some wine pundits are trying to find a replacement for him.