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08/01/14

The Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University has partnered with VESTA, a National Science Foundation funded grant to offer online viticulture and enology education. Students enroll in college courses, earning academic credit, and will expand their understanding of the grape and wine industry from the convenience of their home or office.

08/01/14

Darby Hinton, Ed Ames, Rosey Grier, Veronica Cartwright and Barney Rosenzweig gather to speak about Daniel Boone's 50th anniversary and their celebrated 6 seasons together on one of America's most beloved television shows of all time.

08/01/14

Napa Valley's Alta Winery Anticipates High Quality and "Usual" Pick Dates in Early October

08/01/14

First Harvested Winegrapes of the Season Sourced from Certified Sustainable Vineyard

08/01/14

140+ Wineries Are Set to Host Individual Events October 17 - 19, 2014 in Wine Enthusiast's Wine Region of the Year

08/01/14

Bloomberg's Alan Bjerga reports on California's drought and how different areas of the state are dealing with it. He speaks with Mark Crumpton on "Bottom Line."

08/01/14

With the increased notoriety of Paso Robles both as a tourist destination and producer of great wines and grapes, it's no surprise that investors from around the world, especially China, are actively showing interest in Paso Robles wineries and vineyards.

08/01/14

Ronda Giancreco, author of the "The Gathering Table," will speak at the Crush MS event at Reid Family Vineyards on Aug. 2.

08/01/14

Most likely, when you think about Malibu, vineyards are not what come to mind. Beach mansions filled with celebrities or surfers riding the waves are more typical images. However, tucked into the Santa Monica Mountains is one of Southern California's best-kept secrets -- the vineyards of Malibu.

08/01/14

Gratci is an in-the-works app focused on giving

07/31/14

"As with Pinot, the closer you get to the foggy, windy California coastline, generally speaking, the better the Syrah will be"

07/31/14

Brent Melville Brings Balance -- in Wines and Farming -- to New Central Coast California Wine Label, Buellton-Based Co-op Winemaking Facility, and Solvang Tasting Room

07/31/14

Jordan Vineyard & Winery is the first business in Sonoma County to achieve Fish Friendly Ranching® certification, a new program that helps preserve both the aquatic ecosystem and terrestrial wildlife habitats at livestock ranches.

07/31/14

Steelhead Vineyards of Sonoma County is introducing sophisticated new packaging for its wines this summer with a sleek new look that broadens consumer appeal for its super-premium wines. The new packaging also strengthens Steelhead's identity with environmental causes.

07/31/14

Nut farmers and other Modesto Irrigation District customers can wait to water crops as late as Oct. 3. That's two weeks later than initially planned, giving trees a better chance of surviving the drought and being healthy enough to produce again next year.

07/31/14

The Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board in September of 2013 adopted new waste discharge requirements to protect ground and surface water from irrigated agricultural discharges for the Tulare Lake Basin area. That led to a plan to monitor groundwater and what impacts irrigation has on that groundwater.

07/31/14

Congressman Jared Huffman (D-San Rafael) today led a letter to the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) outlining a strong opposition to the Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP). The letter, cosigned by California Reps. George Miller, Mike Thompson, Doris Matsui, John Garamendi, Barbara Lee, Jackie Speier, and Jerry McNerney, was offered as part of the public review and comment period, which ends today.

07/31/14

Work crews were up before dawn Wednesday picking grapes along Silverado Trail, marking an early harvest season for the North Coast wine industry.

07/31/14

Many winemakers in California believe the state's drought will not drastically affect this year's harvest, which they say is running two weeks early and is expected to yield a healthy crop

07/31/14

"This project would be a major step in the wrong direction," said Gary Bobker, policy analyst for the Bay Institute, which submitted its 250-page findings this week to the state Department of Water Resources as it updates its Bay Delta Conservation Plan.

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