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05/26/15

"This could actually be a springboard for other programs that could lead to other ideas on how to change stream flow or effect transfers using the Delta."

05/26/15

"In close proximity to some 400 wineries, and perennially hot in the summer, Sonoma is an immensely popular vacation destination," Hipmunk observed in a press release. "The Northern California hotspot has a limited number of hotels, so in the summer, prices accordingly skyrocket."

05/26/15

Severe weather on the East Coast and drought in the Sierra made for a lousy winter for many. But it looks like such conditions actually benefited Napa Valley tourism in the early months of this year

05/26/15

Albarino, tempranillo, graciano and verdelho are grapes most often associated with Spanish and Portuguese wines. In California, these varieties have found a comfortable niche in Lodi

05/26/15

The killer, vintner/businessman Robert Dahl, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound on March 16 after a police chase that ended some 10 miles away on a rural road in the western hills of Napa county

05/26/15

Stefani Chaney of Scheid Vineyards Receives Inaugural "Josh Lee Award" for Service to SLH Association

05/26/15

Markham Vineyards came to the county Planning Commission this week with a seemingly straightforward proposal: increase annual wine production but make no change in the total number of visitors allowed at the tasting room. But little comes easy for the Planning Commission these days when it comes to wine

05/26/15

vast majority of computers models predicti significant increases in ocean temperature, which usually indicate torrential rain ...

05/26/15

"Nobody wants to stay small. Everybody wants to grow their business"

05/26/15

"This has to be the 'A' party of all the parties that've been held in the Napa Valley," said Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-Palo Alto, who was mistress of ceremonies

05/26/15

The county restaurant scene keeps growing in size, variety and, its advocates say, quality

05/22/15

Editor's note: This is the second part of a three-part series, written by James Conaway. The article was originally published in the University of Virginia Quarterly Review and is reproduced with permission from the University of Virginia. Part 3 runs on May 29.

05/22/15

Kerry Murphy purchased all ownership interests of co-founder Michael Verlander, who is no longer affiliated with DuMOL, according to an announcment from the winery

05/22/15

David Trone, president and co-owner of the Potomac-Maryland based Total Wine & More chain is being cagey about new locations. It has been reported that the store's first forays into the Bay Area will be high-density East Bay, suburban areas such as Walnut Creek and Pleasanton.

05/22/15

The 12th Annual Paso Pinot & Paella Festival is nearly sold out with a few tickets remaining, organizers say. The event will be held on Sunday June 7, in the Templeton Community Park. Paso Robles pinot noir producers are offering an afternoon of great wine, exceptional food and unmatched fun to support youth arts in San Luis Obispo County. Joining 20 pinot noir producers are Central Coast chefs, with live Spanish-beat music by returning band, Incendio.

05/22/15

A spokesman says the companies that employ West Coast dockworkers have approved a proposed contract that restored labor peace to sea ports that had all but stopped moving cargo earlier this year.

05/22/15

An earthquake of magnitude 4.1 occurred at 7:53 p.m. Thursday evening, the U.S. Geological Survey reported

05/22/15

While agriculture may seem small compared to the entire California economy, it has a big impact on commerce in the San Joaquin Valley, long the nation's leading region for agricultural production.

05/22/15

hired Elizabeth Vianello as director ...

05/22/15

2015 marks the ninth annual Sonoma Wine Country Weekend

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