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09/16/14

"The Scheids are really excellent wine makers and I'm a really excellent wine drinker ..."

09/16/14

Amador County, CA: Saturday and Sunday October 4 and 5, the Amador Vintners will be rolling out barrels filled with brand new wines coupled with unparalleled hospitality.

09/16/14

Galante Vineyards announces our 20th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, October 11, from 1:00pm to 4:00pm. Join us as we celebrate 20 incredible years of friends, fun, and especially, fantastic estate wines.

09/16/14

The former Fetzer food and wine center in Hopland is now making Rhone- and Italian-inspired wine under the Compovida label.

09/16/14

The 28th annual Wine Country Film Festival returns to Sonoma County next week, offering an early look at Reese Witherspoon's newest movie, and a personal appearance by actor and musician Keith Carradine.

09/16/14

The E&J Gallo Winery has donated US$100k to the American Red Cross to help winemakers affected by last month's earthquake in Napa.

09/16/14

Custom cellars drive sales; launches wholesale

09/16/14

"I didn't know it was illegal to use volunteers at a winery; it's a common practice."

09/16/14

Efforts in the California Legislature to provide Napa County residents and government agencies some relief from the Aug. 24 earthquake stalled before the session lapsed Aug. 29, and will have to be brought back in December or January.

09/16/14

A local company thinks its new technology for isolating a room or a portion of it from violent earthquake motion enough to protect priceless ancient statues in a museum could also save tall tanks and stacks of barrels such as those that twisted, toppled and ruptured in the recent south Napa major shaker

09/16/14

... you probably haven't heard of Pine Mountain-Cloverdale Peak. There's a good reason. Not until 2011 were the two mountains that rise from Alexander Valley at the Sonoma-Mendocino County border approved as an AVA

09/16/14

Three Sonoma Valley creeks, and two in the counties of Solano and Napa, saw increases in water flow after the quake, according to the local Press Democrat. U.S. Geological Survey hydrologist Tom Holzer said the Survey has received reports of eight streams flowing more than usual.

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

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