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04/16/15

Frank Family Vineyards, located at 1091 Larkmead Lane in Calistoga, CA, has received its certification for both Napa Green Certified Winery and Napa Green Certified Land programs.

04/16/15

First-ever International Rosé Wine Festival in the Rockies Debuts June 11, 2015

04/16/15

Don was involved in many civic organizations. He served on the board of the Grapevine Convention Visitors Bureau for 24 years and was its Chairman for 20 years.

04/16/15

Even though the Snake River Valley has a mere 10 acres of Malbec planted, the emerging Idaho wine industry is enjoying a surge in interest for the beautiful red Bordeaux variety.

04/16/15

Iconic Bordeaux hotel hopes Ramsay will restore its restaurant to its former glory.

04/16/15

Sommeliers keep pushing sweet Riesling but it's varietal suicide, Jason Wilson claims.

04/16/15

Bear Republic Brewing Company has been named the 2015 Small Business of the Year for the U.S. Small Business Administration's San Francisco District, which includes the San Francisco Bay Area and portions of Northern California.

04/16/15

Lula Cellars Kicks-Off Festival Weekend with Friday Night BBQ at New 22-acre Property, Pours at Festival's Grand Tasting on Saturday & Hosts a Winery Open House on Sunday

04/16/15

More than 270 organic farms and food producers operated last year in Sonoma County, part of a record number of such businesses across the country, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Wednesday.

04/16/15

Oregon's land use system has its critics, but a new study says farmland value has increased despite laws that limit development.

04/16/15

Farm labor association tries to get safe harbor for employers who want to help employees apply.

04/16/15

A U.S. Court of Appeals hears arguments, April 17, on an injunction that stopped Obama's executive order to give work status to illegal aliens but the issue could take longer if it goes to the Supreme Court.

04/16/15

The report notes that agriculture makes up only 2 percent of the state economy, and that the state's total economy grew even as food production shrank in the previous major drought in the 1970s.

04/16/15

Freezing temperatures early the morning of April 15 may have damaged tree fruit and wine grapes.

04/16/15

The city of St. Helena has released a new report on the circumstances surrounding a $1.9 million payment to the Federal Emergency Management Agency that was made without public knowledge or City Council authorization, a payment that the mayor called "exceptionally upsetting."

04/16/15

After one unsuccessful search last summer and a subsequent nationwide search, the St. Helena City Council hired a senior planner from the City of Santa Rosa, Noah Housch, to be the city's new planning director.

04/16/15

People driving in Napa County's elegant wine country can expect to hit a rough patch or two along the way.

04/16/15

The Perrin family, who produce Provence rose Miraval in tandem with the Jolie-Pitts, have changed the bottle design in a bid to combat fraudsters in China.

04/16/15

The Japanese wine market has "come of age" after a 20 year hiatus caused by the Asian financial crisis in the late 90s, according to Rabobank.

04/16/15

Lawyers for Rudy Kurniawan - the man sentenced to 10 years in prison for wine fraud in 2014 - have launched an appeal against his conviction that could prompt a retrial.

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