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02/27/15

From the rocky coastline to the mountain vistas and the lush river valleys, the land has always been the hero in the story of Sonoma County. The dedicated efforts of farmers and ranchers have been at the forefront of taking care of the land, protecting it and managing it in a way that has provided a bounty of apples, prunes, pears and, of course, winegrapes, for nearly 150 years.

02/27/15

The North Coast fishing community was treated to encouraging news Thursday about the state of the ocean salmon fishery, with forecasts suggesting increased opportunity and productivity during the coming sport and commercial seasons, despite continuing drought

02/27/15

"When we started making kosher wine (almost on a dare) a little more than a decade ago, Jodie and I were not particularly connected to our Jewish roots. With time, and while working with more observant Jewish winemakers in the cellar and throughout the world, we discovered a Jewish community that appealed to us and our sense of belonging ..."

02/27/15

Farmers are generally optimists, or at least try to be. Each year grapegrowers and vineyard managers look forward to the possibilities, but always draw on the knowledge and experience from the previous growing seasons. Farming is a mix of art and science along with the willingness to make decisions and adjustments throughout the journey of each growing season.

02/27/15

The Wine Industry Symposium Group has assembled a dream team of Central Coast wine business leaders to present at the 21st Annual Central Coast Insights Event, set for Thursday, March 12, 2015 in Paso Robles, California at the Paso Robles Inn

02/27/15

Laetitia shares the spotlight with Central Coast Chef Christopher Manning at prestigious James Beard House

02/27/15

"It's devastating," said Tina Wilkins, the owner of Vina Castellano. "I'm off the charts frustrated. It's going to truthfully threaten my livelihood and drop my business by 30 percent, if something doesn't change."

02/27/15

Exhibition Runs February 28 - March 31 in Celebration of the Inaugural Launch of the Yountville Live! Music Festival Happening March 19 - 22

02/27/15

10 Winners of the CANVAS Excellence Awards (CEA's) from 26 Finalists will be announced at the Gala Dinner to be held at the Napa Valley Performing Arts at Lincoln Theater in Yountville.

02/27/15

Excitement generated by the outstanding wines produced from the 2013 crush led to record-setting results at Premiere Napa Valley last weekend

02/27/15

Half of Californians also said that in dry years, the state should help farmers by easing environmental regulations that protect fish in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, but the survey found 46 percent disagreeing.

02/27/15

The current, May 31, edition of Wine Spectator Magazine reviewed numerous Paso Robles wineries in its "Buyer's Guide" section. Outstanding reviews and ratings were given to 14 of Paso's most creative and exciting wineries.

02/27/15

The new high-tech tools are taking on added importance as bud break has started earlier than normal this year, exposing the North Coast's $1.5 billion grape crop to the threat of frost damage. Freezing temperatures already have been reported this week, prompting growers to turn on their wind machines and spray their vineyards with water to prevent the tender buds from freezing

02/26/15

Cork Supply USA announced the hiring of Joe Joralemon as a sales consultant to cork and closure clients in North Napa; his home is in American Canyon.

02/26/15

The Thornhill Companies announced the promotion of Marshall Miller from operations specialist to an expanded role as head of operations. The shift represents a deliberate strategic action to balance the organization's three-pronged structure between finance, sales and marketing, and operations.

02/26/15

Innovation + Quality 2015, a new forum for ultra-premium wineries focused on cutting-edge innovations that advance wine quality, is happening next week on March 4 in the Napa Valley.

02/26/15

to enjoy more water, half of Californians would dump protections for the Delta and its fish and wildlife?

02/26/15

Sonoma State University's Wine Business Institute will kick-off it's 2015 Spring Seminar Series with two new seminars on March 12. The seminars, "Exploring a Career in Wine Business" and "Setting Up Your Wine Business from a Legal Perspective" come as a direct response to inquiries from individuals looking to begin a career in wine business.

02/26/15

Tanner Campbell has joined the Cork Supply USA team as a sales consultant and will be serving cork and closure clients in Sonoma, Mendocino and Lake counties; his home is in Santa Rosa.

02/26/15

Wolk serves the 3rd District that includes Napa County and southern Sonoma County. Earlier this month, Assemblyman Bill Dodd, D-Napa, was appointed chairman of the Assembly Select Committee on Wine

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