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08/29/16

Petaluma Gap wine festival to be held in November, The Beverage People under new ownership

08/29/16

Wednesdays and Fridays are music nights. The Crawlers play mid-week and have been onboard since the beginning.

08/29/16

He called his November ballot initiative - a proposal to require voter approval before the state issues revenue bonds for public works projects costing more than $2 billion - his "moral obligation."

08/29/16

The idea is to call out regional influences - known in the wine world as terroir - including the amount of sun and water plants get, soils and farming innovation passed from generation to generation dating back to the 1960s.

08/29/16

Dr. Vittorino Novello tours Sierra Nevada foothills, recommends several varieties that could flourish

08/26/16

Porch Pounder canned wine is a new, fun and easy, way to drink local wine. Its first run was produced this year.

08/26/16

After being inspired by a Paris vineyard, Elly Hartshorn founded the San Francisco city vineyard in 2013 on public park land. It comprises a half acre of pinot noir

08/26/16

SB32 sets a new goal to reduce emissions 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2030.

08/26/16

The new wines are among the many changes underway at the winery since Robin Baggett - an attorney, founder of Alpha Omega Winery in Napa Valley and namesake of Cal Poly's baseball stadium - became its sole owner last year, buying out former partners Bob Schiebelhut and Jim Efird

08/26/16

Lawmakers said they would wait until Monday to keep working with members to garner the support. The lack of action on Thursday suggested they were having trouble mustering up the votes needed for it to pass

08/26/16

AB 1066 phases in overtime pay, so that farm workers will receive time-and-a-half after 9.5 hours in a day in 2019, nine hours in 2020, 8.5 hours in 2021, and eight hours in 2022 (when they will also receive double time after 12 hours)

08/25/16

"First up will be Pinot Noir, our flagship varietal. The weather has been cooperating and everything is lining up beautifully for us to be crushing grapes next month."

08/25/16

Wente Family Estates, the oldest continuously-operated family-owned winery in America, announces three strategic promotions in its continuing commitment to the company's long-term vision to be one of the most respected wine companies in the world.

08/25/16

The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved ordinance revisions that limit the number of guests at smaller, accessory events wineries can hold and requires outdoor amplification to end at 9 p.m.

08/25/16

The U.S. Labor Department is accusing a garlic grower of violating worker safety and transportation laws in connection with a 2015 van crash that killed four farm laborers on a California Central Valley highway

08/25/16

The 2016 Mendocino County wine grape harvest got underway the first week of August as growers began picking Chardonnay and Pinot Noir for sparkling wines.

08/25/16

Jay Templeton, executive director of Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Helena and Calistoga, said that more than 3,400 children have attended programs through the clubs in 2015. He said that the organization has successfully raised the money required to build the new Calistoga Boys & Girls Club on Oak Street in Calistoga, and that construction was currently underway.

08/25/16

Monterey's food, wine, and music industries invite you for a special afternoon in the enchanting setting of Folktale Winery & Vineyards. Afternoon festivities include delicious small bites from some of our favorite local restaurants; wines and beer tastings; silent and live auctions; and music by Warner Brothers recording artist The Wild Feathers as well as Mary Loves Molly, Chile Colorado and Delaney Ann.

08/25/16

Pickers are taking full advantage of the cool nights and mornings this week to bag the 2016 vintage during the annual grape harvest in Temecula Valley's Wine Country.

08/25/16

Thanks to years of site scouting, sustainability practices and winegrowing innovation, PFV is set to become Paso Robles' next true grower estate winery, crafting wines only from its three vineyards within the marquee Creston, El Pomar and Adelaida sub-AVAs.

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