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09/15/14

Brewer likes to compare the collection of wines that go into the estate wine blend to an orchestra. He calls the bright, high-toned wines picked earlier in the six-week harvest and wines from sandy soils the piccolos, while richer, more curvaceous Pinots picked later or from primarily clay soils play the part of the violin or maybe the cello sections

09/15/14

Joseph Gallo, the company's president and CEO, said the donation was being made "on behalf of our employees and their families."

09/15/14

Ronald Stork is a senior policy advocate at Friends of the River

09/15/14

Bank estimates damage to Napa wineries and vineyards at $80 million

09/15/14

Extreme drought and soaring global demand is threatening supplies of one of the world's favourite snacks

09/15/14

Under the weight of California's lingering drought - and tightened state restrictions - the Napa City Council will weigh further curbs on water use

09/15/14

The buildings endured a significant loss of plaster, leaving large plaster cracks in every room and on every wall of the 8,500 sq. ft. mansion, along with some broken glass.

09/15/14

The state's new sick leave law, which was signed last week by Gov. Jerry Brown and takes effect in July, requires almost all public- and private-sector employers to give almost all workers in California at least three paid sick days per year

09/15/14

The main stem of the Eel River snakes northwesterly some 200 miles through canyons, forests and verdant farmland, gathering water from its many tributaries as it travels from its headwaters in the Mendocino National Forest to its terminus at the Pacific Ocean south of Humboldt Bay

09/15/14

California is the only state in America so completely lacking in groundwater regulation

09/12/14

Facing acute water shortages in some communities and mandatory restrictions on watering lawns, Californians saved 17 billion gallons of water in July, enough to fill 26,000 Olympic-sized swimming pools, the state said.

09/12/14

The Sonoma Valley Education Foundation announced that the Red & White Ball 2014 netted an estimated $175,000 for Sonoma Valley schools.

09/12/14

Vintner John Wright Blends Bottles with Bands in Buellton

09/12/14

Earthquake post-mortem: This will probably be updated, but at this writing, Silicon Valley Bank reported to the Napa County board of supervisors that the 6.0 magnitude Aug. 24 earthquake resulted in at least $80 million in damages to 26 wineries in our area.

09/12/14

Amid what college officials are calling a rising "global demand," College of the Canyons is encouraging students to take part in the school's new wine studies program, officials said Thursday.

09/12/14

California vineyards dispatch regional reports, starting down south

09/12/14

A one-day benefit concert for earthquake victims planned for Sunday, Sept. 28, at the Napa Expo will now be part of an expanded four-day event to be held throughout the city Sept. 25 to 28

09/12/14

Harvesting wine grapes is a hot, dirty, physically challenging job, but Clinton Durant, a Mendocino County Jail inmate, is happy to have the opportunity to work and earn money through an unusual new jobs program initiated this summer by Sheriff Tom Allman

09/12/14

President Barack Obama declared a major disaster in California on Thursday because of last month's Napa Valley earthquake, releasing emergency federal funding for the state.

09/11/14

Niner Wine Estates recently added celebrated Central Coast Chef Maegen Loring to the winery's hospitality staff to develop an innovative new food and wine pairing program. Loring's "the kitchen" at Niner Wine Estates pairs locally sourced ingredients and dishes with Niner's extensive list of estate-grown wines.

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