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10/30/14

Regional interests across California know exactly which parts of the bond measure could send big bucks their way

10/30/14

Confident he will glide through on Nov. 4, the 76-year-old Democrat has waged a low-key gubernatorial race against his opponent, Republican Neel Kashkari

10/30/14

The Planning Commission had agreed on Sept. 16 to allow the two-year-old winery, located at 555 Main St. in the old Epps Chevrolet space, to expand production from 20,000 to 75,000 gallons and host tours and tastings in a new building on Grayson Avenue, behind A&W

10/30/14

Measure M would ban any new residential subdivisions in the county if the California Department of Transportation determines that any stretch of Highway 50 west of Placerville is at or is forecast to reach gridlock traffic levels

10/30/14

It's the most abundant harvest we've had in the 19 years we've been here."

10/30/14

"This has been the most pleasurable season I've experienced," said Kevin Corliss

10/30/14

Value wines may still dominate Chilean wine consumption in the U.S., but Chile's vintners are striving for better awareness of their higher-end offerings

10/30/14

For CEO Maggie Henriquez, fully communicating the heritage of Krug proved pivotal in changing the fortunes of the brand, writes Richard Woodard.

10/30/14

The $3.65 million project, a collaboration between FLCC and Cornell University, is being largely paid for with state funds. Graduates of FLCC's program will be able to transfer directly into Cornell's four-year viticulture program.

10/30/14

hard cider is making a comeback. Production reached 5.2 million gallons in 2012, a nearly sevenfold increase from 2007 ...

10/30/14

Online and Real-Time Events Put Garnacha Front and Center

10/30/14

Award-winning Slovenian wines make distinguished debut Nov. 1-7

10/30/14

Dry Creek Valley, Known as the #1 Region for Zinfandel, America's Heritage Grape, Launches First Annual "Vino for Veterans" Program

10/30/14

This fall, there are a number of restaurant promotions in the greater Seattle area that wine lovers in Washington can to use to enjoy a fine meal at a discount and give them a little extra to spend in support of the state's future winemakers.

10/30/14

Daniele Cernilli's latest venture leans toward wineries rather than individual wines.

10/30/14

Darrel Joseph waxes lyrical about the subtle, silky splendor of Hungary's great wine.

10/30/14

Wine-TourismThe 2014 Wine Tourism Conference is coming to Paso Robles Nov. 12-14. It's hosted by the county's visitors and conference bureau, Visit San Luis Obispo County, in partnership with Travel Paso Robles Alliance. Most of the conference events will be held at the Paso Robles Inn and registration for the conference is currently open.

10/30/14

A persistent parade of storm clouds has spritzed Northern California while areas south of Sacramento remained dry. The pattern is expected to continue at least until early November, even as El Nino conditions are anticipated this winter.

10/30/14

A trade agreement being negotiated between the United States and European Union could benefit U.S. farmers and ranchers in a major way, according to the U.S. Trade Representative's office. U.S. farm groups have varying takes on the agreement, which is targeted for completion next year.

10/30/14

One Santa Barbara vintner explains the industry's most exciting and exhausting season.

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