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10/22/14

Will spending $1.7 million stop a small city from enacting a tax on sugary drinks?

10/22/14

The Sonoma County Winegrape Commission, also known as Sonoma County Winegrowers, on Tuesday said it received a $377,282 federal grant to help continue funding the "Sonoma County" branding campaign.

10/22/14

The 2014 Michelin Guide ratings for the San Francisco Bay Area have just been announced and that echoing sound you heard from up north was one big yawn. That's not necessarily bad; it's just that there were few changes of any note

10/22/14

While at Bellagio, he was the first Las Vegas sommelier to dedicate a full page on a wine list to 30 Santa Barbara County wines.

10/22/14

"Starting this fall, the winery's portfolio will be available in Hawaii, Montana, Tennessee, Washington D.C., Maryland, Delaware and Texas, bringing its total reach to 32 markets nationwide," the report says.

10/22/14

Supervisors spent more than one-and-a-half hours on the hearing and had heard only from county staff, a water consultant and Woolls Ranch Winery representatives. The appellant and a couple dozen people in the audience wanted to speak.

10/22/14

Napa County supervisors decided Tuesday they needed more time to finish an appeal hearing involving the proposed Woolls Ranch Winery in the Mount Veeder area

10/22/14

The Callaway Vineyard and Winery is the oldest of more than 40 wineries in Temecula Valley southeast of Los Angeles, and since 2005 it is the only Taiwanese-run winery in the state of California.

10/22/14

Reportedly, the crop was abundant

10/22/14

"The 2014 harvest is a story of two different markets," says Jeff Bitter, vice president for operations with Allied Grape Growers, based in Fresno, Calif. The wine grape marketing cooperative has nearly 600 grower-members in California's major wine grape regions.

10/22/14

This Saturday, October 25, 2014, one of the Lodi AVA's most ambitious producers ever will be opening the doors of its new tasting room and winery for the first time.

10/22/14

Proposal seems to give spraying approval without public review

10/22/14

"Vino Noceto is recognized widely within the commercial wine trade for producing most consistently the best sculpted sangiovese in California"

10/22/14

"Helen and I believe that the window of true ripeness can open and shut very quickly," explained Wetlaufer. "The 'go' moment usually occurs roughly 100 days after flowering,"

10/22/14

Marc Mondavi's enterprise up on Howell Mountain

10/21/14

During its fall 2014 seminar series the Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University will launch its new Direct to Consumer Certificate. With DTC wine shipments on the rise, up close to 10 percent in 2013 and expected to grow exponentially in the coming year, the certificate is in response to industry demand for a more tailored and comprehensive program.

10/21/14

A side-by-side tasting of four acclaimed Cabernets highlights what is special about this site ...

10/21/14

Looking back over the last 30 years, Clay Thompson and Fredericka Churchill, owners of Claiborne & Churchill Winery (C&C), marvel at how stubborn they've been.

10/21/14

An industry group has suggested best-management practices to protect bees from pesticides during the almond blossom. Bee experts are lauding the effort, which follows a massive bee die-off at the end of the bloom earlier this year.

10/21/14

When the earthquake hit the Jarvis Conservatory on Aug. 24, fire sprinklers broke open, a $20,000 projector crashed to the ground and blocks from its 19th-century stone walls popped out.

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