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04/24/15

Analysts discuss ways to boost value of wineries and vineyards

04/24/15

The Carneros Wine Alliance is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. It was created after the approval of the Carneros American Viticultural Area in 1983.

04/24/15

Christopher Christensen, "Winesmith and Head Honcho" of Sonoma-based Bodkin Wines, has partnered with Maritime Wine Trading Collective to increase sales nationally. Founded in 2011 with an initial release of 77 cases of Sauvignon Blanc, Bodkin's production currently includes Chardonnay, Zinfandel, Muscat Canelli, late harvest blends, and a unique sparkling Sauvignon Blanc, the only one made in the U.S.

04/24/15

The Zina Lounge is now offering six-course wine and food pairings featuring creations by Chef Yoshi. His food pairings debuted in March, during the Sonoma International Film Festival, where he served food pairings to festival attendees, including actor David Arquette

04/24/15

this meteorological phenomenon could herald the impending end of California's devestating drought, according to JPL's Bill Patzert and other respected climate scientists

04/24/15

The drought is forcing more rodents to search for water and food in California homes and neighborhoods

04/24/15

A delegation of 10 Chinese government officials and winery executives will travel to California to attend the first educational seminar sponsored by the Cal-China Wine Culture Exchange (CCWCE), taking place on Friday, June 5, in Sacramento

04/24/15

... bill would require most wines produced here to label that they're from Monterey County

04/24/15

Vinavanti will uncork its new wine experience this August.

04/24/15

Frank Family Vineyards receives Napa Green certification for both winery and vineyards

04/24/15

Bentrock and Radian vineyards thrive on the challenging western edge of the Sta. Rita Hills.

04/24/15

Impacts San Joaquin Valley growers

04/24/15

pioneers helped form the basis for Napa Valley's international reputation

04/24/15

Mike Benziger has been named 2015 Green Personality of the Year by Drinks Business, the leading spirits, beer and wine magazine in the United Kingdom. The magazine's Green Awards celebrate the work that industry leaders (both individuals and businesses) are doing to promote and incorporate sustainable business practices

04/24/15

A delegation of 10 Chinese government officials and winery executives will travel to California to attend the first educational seminar sponsored by the Cal-China Wine Culture Exchange (CCWCE) taking place on Friday, June 5, in Sacramento.

04/23/15

Halfway through April, with shoot growth in his Mendocino County vineyard ranging from about 2 inches to a foot or so, Jason McConnell was anticipating bloom could begin in some of his earliest blocks - Chardonnay or Sangiovese - by April 25.

04/23/15

Based on what he was seeing and other growers in California's Lodi district were telling him, wine grape industry veteran Mark Chandler, Chardonnay was in full bloom by mid-April.

04/23/15

Vintage Point Partners in Wine, a Sonoma-based sales and marketing firm for ultra-premium and luxury wine brands, announced three new brands and a line extension today, adding new offerings to a wine brand portfolio that's known for its depth and diversity

04/23/15

That's the view of Mayor Alan Galbraith, who chaired a two-hour City Council General Plan workshop on April 15. The council decided 3-2 to use what is being called the "April 2015" General Plan, which is based on the 2010 General Plan with modifications made during the City Council's line-by-line review in the past two or three years.

04/23/15

The National Raisin Reserve - which is overseen by the Fresno-based Raisin Administrative Committee - is part of post-World War II-era program that forces raisin producers to give part of their annual crop to the government to prevent an oversupply of the dried fruit. Controversially, the program seizes the raisins from the farmers without paying them, and that has created friction, lawbreaking farmers, and a Supreme Court case. One scofflaw farmer, Marvin Horne, has refused to surrender his raisins to the government and owes hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines and over 1 million pounds of the sweet dried fruit to Uncle Sam

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