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11/25/14

Salvatore Rombi is definitely a hands-on person and that's precisely the way he wants it when it comes to making the merlot and cabernet sauvignon that have made his wines so sought-after by those who love fine wine.

11/25/14

Three Italian immigrants to Napa Valley are rapidly building a modern twist on a long local history of blending food and wine know-how from the Apennine Peninsula.

11/25/14

A year-long winery dispute has ended - barring any legal challenges-with the Napa County Board of Supervisors' tentative approval of the proposed Woolls Ranch Winery in the Mount Veeder area

11/25/14

Drive up one of Napa Valley's mountain roads, and you know you are somewhere different. Whether it is the thick forest of Spring Mountain or the impossibly large boulders of Atlas Peak, it is clear: you are no longer on the valley floor.

11/25/14

Applications were originally due Nov. 21, but are now being accepted through Dec. 12.

11/25/14

St. Helena's water system has delivered 772.55 acre-feet (252 million gallons) since July 1, the official start of the water year. During the same period in 2013, the system had delivered 984.77 acre-feet (321 million gallons).

11/25/14

Creating a six-mile-long Napa Valley Vine Trail segment from the city of Napa to Yountville involves more than simply slapping down extra asphalt along the side of Solano Avenue.

11/25/14

Sonoma County supervisors Monday adopted a hard-won compromise between farmers and environmental groups, advancing protective buffer zones along 3,200 miles of streams and rivers in the county

11/24/14

Salvatore Rombi is definitely a hands-on person and that's precisely the way he wants it when it comes to making the merlot and cabernet sauvignon that have made his wines so sought-after by those who love fine wine

11/24/14

It took about a decade for Walt Whelan to finally fulfill his dream of running his own winery. Recently, the Fresno attorney opened Toca Madera Winery

11/24/14

"You use what Mother Nature gives you."

11/24/14

One of the oldest shops at The River at Rancho Mirage will pour its last glass of wine when it closes its doors at the end of December

11/24/14

Conference to feature best practices for barrels, oak alternatives and latest research

11/24/14

Whether it is new rules on paid time off, required harassment training, increased liabilities for employers using contract labor or prevailing wage projects, the Journal's annual report on new laws that impact business aims to keep you informed

11/24/14

Carneros winemakers and growers gather to discuss the history and future of this 'magic carpet of rolling hills'

11/24/14

Jean-Guillaume Prats, Moët-Hennessy Estates and Wine CEO, says he believes great wine produced in California's Napa Valley will rival the finest Bordeaux in future years.

11/24/14

"I focused on four wineries: Beringer, Seavey, Chappellet and Corison"

11/24/14

Drill deeper? Or is there another solution?

11/24/14

Hours of steady rain Saturday from northern California's third winter storm in a week raised hopes that the state was moving out of its driest three years in history - while still deeply locked in drought

11/21/14

The Shasta County Planning Division is currently in the process of revising the "Winery Development Standards" section of the Zoning Plan. With the local winery business growing by leaps and bounds, local viticulturists found the current standards "difficult to understand and cumbersome to navigate," Director of Resource Management Rick Simon wrote in his report to the Board of Supervisors who considered the matter at their meeting on Nov. 4, 2014.

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