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09/01/15

Joullian Vineyards, a Carmel Valley based winery with a 30 year history of making award-winning Bordeaux style varietals has been acquired by Tom and Jane Lerum, California residents with close ties to the area.

09/01/15

The Glunz Family can trace their history of involvement in the wine, beer and spirits industry all the way back to to the 1870s. Now, the two-brother team of Stephan and Matthew Glunz, has recently opened a winery located on Highway 46 East.

09/01/15

Come be part of history and join the United Farm Workers to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Delano Grape Strike! The all-day celebration is occurring from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Saturday, September 26, 2015, outside Delano at the farm workers' "Forty Acres" complex, now a National Historic Landmark

09/01/15

Napa's leading wine filtration company to offer smoke-taint removal services to wildfire-impacted crops throughout California

09/01/15

HenHouse Brewing Co. announced on Monday that is expanding to south Santa Rosa with a facility that will make up to 75,000 barrels annually, signaling continuing growth of Sonoma County's craft beer industry.

09/01/15

Robert Reyes is living his childhood dream of running a vineyard and winery. Reyes owns Reyes Winery in Agua Dulce, situated on a 17-acre hillside near the Angeles National Forest in northern Los Angeles County

09/01/15

The Michael family, who own Peter Michael Winery in Sonoma County's Knights Valley appellation, pledged $300,000 toward the forthcoming wine education center at Sonoma State University.

09/01/15

Emilio Guglielmo drove animal hides from Butchertown in San Francisco to tanneries, and saved his money to buy a 15-acre ranch in Morgan Hill in 1925. That was the beginning of the Guglielmo Winery (pronounced gool-e-elmo), which sits on 80 acres today

09/01/15

Too many writers are using "scare copy" letters to try to harm our wine industry. Yes, our whole wine industry is harmed when irresponsible citizens trash our need for and appeal to wine visitors. Our competitors in all the other new world wine regions across the world are happy to see this dissension in our ranks; it tells them that we aren't concentrating on doing our best work to compete

09/01/15

Over the last 200-plus years, Paso Robles and North San Luis Obispo County have had a colorful history, ranging from almonds, to cowboys, to wine-growing friars to world famous composers. Take a "sip back and time" with a wine tasting trip that will be both educational, and likely to please the palate as well.

09/01/15

ZD Wines, located on the Silverado Trail in Rutherford, has announced they are making their first sparkling wine in anticipation of their upcoming 50th anniversary in 2018. Pinot Noir sourced from the winery's CCOF certified organic Carneros Estate Vineyard was harvested Sunday, August 9th at 20 degrees brix for the production of a premiere sparkling wine.

09/01/15

Pair of brothers celebrates family history in recently opened facilities

09/01/15

Randall Grahm's Popelouchum Vineyard project draws $167K in first month

09/01/15

Quady Winery (Madera, CA), a leading producer of premium Moscato, dessert, and apéritif wines, has announced that due to sustained growth they will be handling sales with their distributors and brokers directly beginning August 1st. Quady Winery was previously aligned with the San Francisco Wine Exchange.

09/01/15

San Luis Obispo County is again receiving the attention of Wine Enthusiast, with Justin Vineyards & Winery and Firestone Walker Brewing Co. both in the running this year for the magazine's Wine Star Awards.

09/01/15

The Michael family's $300,000 donation to Sonoma State's School of Business and Economics will be used to create The Peter Michael Winery Executive Classroom

09/01/15

Grape growers have a saying, "Light harvests get lighter." As we move into the 2015 harvest on the North Coast, it seems clear that we're looking at a lighter crop than the last few years and, if the old adage holds true, it could be much lighter in certain varietals.

09/01/15

Shannon Ridge Family of Wines, based in Lake County, California, announces the release of Buck Shack Red, a new proprietary red blend made of high quality fruit from Shannon Ridge's "certified Sustainably Farmed" Vineyards.

08/31/15

Some neighbors rig lines from house to house to share water from the remaining wells deep enough to hit the emptying aquifer below. Others benefit from state drought relief that pays for trucked-in water to fill 2,500-gallon tanks in their yards, and boxes of drinking water that get stacked in bedrooms and living rooms

08/31/15

Bill Pauli attributes the early ripening to a few factors: the crop is lighter than normal, so it ripens earlier. When the shoots first started developing in April, the weather was unusually warm, which caused earlier bud break

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