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10/01/14

Like the entire Savor the Central Coast event, the Sunset Savor evening at the Hearst Castle is an enchanting memorable one that should not be miss

10/01/14

"After an apprenticeship at Freemark Abbey, I co-founded Acacia Winery in 1979. In 2002, I moved over to Bouchaine--just down the street--and became General Manager. I have been here ever since."

10/01/14

Pliny the Elder, one of the country's most highly rated brews, will be temporarily produced in central California next year as Russian River Brewing Co. upgrades the equipment at its Santa Rosa brewery.

10/01/14

"With a warmup expected starting the middle of this week, we hope to get started crushing again the second half of the week," said Kristin Belair of Honig Vineyard & Winery. "The fruit remaining out on the vines is in great shape and certainly benefiting from the additional hang time."

10/01/14

Napa Cabernet still hanging during storm proves resistant to damage

10/01/14

Planted in 2002, the small vineyard produced its first commercial grapes in 2005. And George Vierra was poised to make a classic.

10/01/14

Beckstoffer Vineyards owns and farms more than 3,600 acres of top-quality grape-growing properties in the Napa Valley, Mendocino County, and the Red Hills of Lake County.

10/01/14

Some of the materials used in the construction of Castello di Amorosa that were brought over from Europe carried with them a personality all their own, and now the winery is offering a new seasonal "Ghost Tour" to introduce the spirits within the Castello's walls.

10/01/14

the Davies used the event as a way to thank people in the industry from wine buyers and sellers, restaurants, and wine writers, for supporting their wineries

10/01/14

Help Establish the Petaluma Gap AVA

10/01/14

Kieu Hoang Winery, which purchased the Michael Mondavi winery facility in June, on Tuesday said it signed an exclusive agreement intended to expand distribution of the brand in China

10/01/14

Everyone, meaning everyone, is welcome to attend the breakfast

10/01/14

... "So this is my last editorial, my last moment as the grateful editor of the finest newspaper in the finest community I have ever known"

09/30/14

do you know your drought number?

09/30/14

Rather than take a typical wine advertising approach profiling local farmers and their families or picturesque vineyards, Sonoma County's leading wine industry stakeholders, including grape growers, vintners, Master Sommeliers and others came together to develop an advertising campaign that would communicate directly to wine consumers with a tutorial on sustainability.

09/30/14

Templeton Education Foundation (TEF) was chosen as the beneficiary for Castoro Cellars "Beaverstock 2014" on October 13-14 - a two day, one of a kind Central Coast festival celebrating music, art, and community. And on Tuesday, the Udsen family of Castoro Cellars presented TEF with a check for $10,000.

09/30/14

Employers with 50 or more full-time employees working in almost all the Bay Area have until Sept. 30 to adopt a commuter-benefits program, under a government program. Covered employers within the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (Marin, southern Sonoma, Napa, southwestern Solano, Alameda, Contra Costa, San Mateo, Santa Clara, and San Francisco) must pick at least one of four options.

09/30/14

With harvest time across California, many of the state's once-robust crops - from the grapes that make world-famous wines to popular almonds - are anticipated to be smaller than usual this year due to the state's historic drought.

09/30/14

The city and county of Napa continue to operate the Napa Local Assistance Center at 301 First St. where residents and business owners can obtain earthquake assistance information and connect with resources.

09/30/14

How three companies are helping make better use of water in California

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