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06/29/15

All Six Public Speakers Are Pro-Winery at Environmental Hearing in Los Olivos

06/29/15

Wine Business Monthly has purchased the Wine Industry Technology Symposium, which produces an annual trade show and event covering the nexus between wine and technology.

06/29/15

Good-quality California sparkling wine is fairly common these days, but when Jack and Jamie Davies revived Schramsberg Vineyards 50 years ago, that wasn't the case

06/29/15

The Still Waters Vineyard in Paso Robles is cutting its water use by 30 to 40 percent due to the drought, but it is not all bad news for the wine business.

06/29/15

This was his 30th career win and his second at Sonoma, which is known for being a complex road course that isn't too friendly to inexperienced drivers

06/29/15

Students in California's grape growing region are ready to attend college thanks to table grape growers

06/29/15

... the best examples are developing at a snail's pace and will continue to improve with more time

06/29/15

"What has happened here in the past three years is extraordinary. Don't think it can continue. Things are better than ever in the Bay Area, but things don't stay that way. Just be prepared for that"

06/29/15

California experienced a cooler-than-average May in 2015-becoming the first month with below average temperatures in many months.

06/29/15

Growers in Napa were concerned about the possibility of frost and having to use water from reservoirs to protect their vines. But there was no frost and "we're actually going into the growing season in pretty good shape," with most reservoirs 80 to 90 percent full

06/26/15

He makes premium fine wine now, but when Brian Harlan gave the first glass of wine to the woman who would later become his wife, he probably didn't think that several years later they would laugh about the type of beverage he poured

06/26/15

The 8,500-square-foot cave boasts handcrafted doors leading to the cellars, an intricate ceiling finished with nearly 30,000 bricks and a back wall open to showcase soil, including volcanic tuff and ash.

06/26/15

European grapevine moth not seen since Jan. 2014

06/26/15

Joe Rosenberg of Google watches Dr. Liz Thach of Sonoma State University during her presentation on Thursday at the Wine Industry Technology Symposium (WITS). The WITS was created in 2005 by a group of wine industry and technology professionals to advance innovation and to address the information technology and service needs of the wine industry. The 11th annual WITS concludes Friday at the at the Napa Valley Marriott

06/26/15

Earlier this year, because of the early bud break, growers were concerned about the possibility of frost and having to use water from reservoirs to protect their vines. But there was no frost and, according to Silverado Vineyards' Jon Emmerich, "We're actually going into the growing season in pretty good shape," with most reservoirs 80 to 90 percent full.

06/25/15

Sonoma State University's Wine Business Institute has partnered with Napa Valley College to offer a Summer Wine Workshop Series presented by the Viticulture and Enology Science and Technology Alliance (VESTA).

06/25/15

City planners will take a new look Thursday night at a proposal to build a boutique hotel in downtown Sonoma as they seek to determine how it would impact traffic, noise and other aspects of life in the surrounding area.

06/25/15

All 2015 graduates have asked for more classes and are committed to continuing their education

06/25/15

Wine is-so many things to everyone who loves it!

06/25/15

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