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10/20/14

This coming weekend is Harvest Wine Weekend in Paso Robles, but Adelaida Cellars kicked things off early ...

10/20/14

The Assembly Select Committee on Local Emergency Preparedness, chaired by Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez, will hold an informational hearing on the Napa earthquake at 10:00 AM on Monday, October 20th at the California State Capitol. The hearing will examine the state and local emergency response to the earthquake.

10/20/14

On Wednesday, representatives of Yamaha Motor Corp. USA and the University of California, Davis, showed their handiwork, test-flying the Yamaha RMAX, a sprayer-equipped, remote-controlled helicopter at the university's experimental Upvalley vineyard

10/20/14

... alleging that owners Lynn and Scott Adams have been running their winery outside of county rules for more than a decade. In response, planning commissioners voted unanimously last week to halt all wine-related events at Bella Vineyards and to cease public tastings in its popular wine cave

10/20/14

The stakes are high as California approaches a new rain season, although Napa County has weathered the three-year drought better than many cities.

10/20/14

Starting Jan. 1, California residents who can't prove they are in United States legally will be allowed to obtain driver's licenses under Assembly Bill 60, which Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law last year

10/20/14

Riders on Napa's wine trolley find lots to drink in along the way

10/20/14

58 percent expected conditions to be better, up 5 percent from 2013

10/20/14

"Complete drought recovery in California this winter is highly unlikely"

10/20/14

San Benito County has rarely been a political battleground of statewide significance.

10/17/14

The event directors and the board of the Kaiser Permanente Napa Valley Marathon have announced a $10,000 donation to the Napa County food Bank which has suffered damage in the 2014 earthquake.

10/17/14

Cal Poly's Agribusiness Department will host its first-ever gala reunion for current students, alumni, faculty and friends on November 8, 2014, at the Madonna Inn Expo Center.

10/17/14

This inaugural one-day summit combines Napa's past stellar events - the Wine + Grape EXPO and Viticulture Fair - into one powerful annual showcase connecting vineyard practices to wine quality

10/17/14

As the last bins are delivered to wineries in California, the early projection is that 2014 yields in the nation's largest wine grape-producing state will total 3.8 to 3.9 million tons.

10/17/14

Wineries get creative during this annual celebration, bringing new and different activities, educational opportunities and hands-on fun for Harvest Wine Weekend. Harvest festivities include wine and bacon pairings, ceremonial grape stomps, lobster feeds, wine-infused dessert offerings, and blending sessions, to name a few.

10/17/14

Harper's Magazine focused their monthly List on The Best Wineries to Visit This Fall, "curated" by Peter Eastlake, Food and Wine's Sommelier of the Year in 2013. And his Top 10 list was not your usual suspects. No big marquee destination winery estates. Some are just tasting rooms. Banshee, an upstart founded in 2009 by Noah Dorrance, Baron Ziegler, and Steve Graf in 2009, was dubbed No. 1. Known for the Pinot Noir, they market out of a tasting room on the Healdsburg Plaza opened only last year.

10/17/14

California will likely remain in a drought this winter even if most areas receive normal rainfall, according to an expert from the federal Climate Prediction Center. The center issued its annual winter outlook, which predicts warmer weather throughout...

10/17/14

The Jameson Rescue Ranch raised more than $400,000 at its inaugural "Wineapalooza" auction for animal rescue on Sept. 21.

10/17/14

Four of the leading mead makers in the U.S., along with faculty and staff from the Department of Viticulture and Enology at UC Davis are coordinating an "Introduction to Mead Making," to be held Nov. 14-15, at the Robert Mondavi Institute, UC Davis. The event is hosted by the institute's Honey and Pollination Center.

10/17/14

As California suffers through its fourth and most extreme year of drought, the state is in dire need of precipitation this winter. But don't expect much, say forecasters Thursday

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