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07/25/14

Proponents of the massive twin tunnels scheme that's the heart of the "Bay Delta Conservation Plan" are lying and trying to suppress comments critical of the plan, says the environmental group Friends of the River.

07/24/14

Councilmembers approved the plan after City Attorney assured them decision wouldn't set a legal precedent for future projects

07/24/14

Loren came at the invitation of Festival del Sole. Napa Valley's Jan and Maria Manetti Shrem, friends of the festival since its inception nine years ago, commissioned American composer Daniel Brewbaker to write a musical tribute that received its world premiere last weekend during the actress's visit

07/24/14

The 2011 vintage marks the 11th release for Coro Mendocino, and includes wines from eight diverse Mendocino County vintners

07/24/14

Jared Lane, vice president of marketing, expects to finish the Princess and Flame Seedless by the end of July before moving on to Scarlet Royal

07/24/14

The zippy acidity and fresh finish make it a perfect summer wine

07/24/14

It was an interest in wine as a commodity that brought Thomas Lake Harris, the self-proclaimed "Father and Pivot and Primate and King" of the Brotherhood, to Santa Rosa in the late 19th century.

07/24/14

Former NASA engineer directs sustainable wine and food research program

07/24/14

Tour organizer: Emerging Cuban private sector wants better wine ... Since receiving its first humanitarian license in 2010, Californians Building Bridges has led more than 30 exchanges and brought more than 350 American travelers to Cuba for art, religion and musical exchanges

07/24/14

Farmers in California's Central Valley, the world's most productive agricultural region, are paying as much as 10 times more for water than they did before the state's record drought cut supply.

07/24/14

Smooth jazz superstar Dave Koz marched a small platoon of sax players onto the Robert Mondavi Summer Festival stage last Friday for the first of a pair of season-ending concerts

07/23/14

Last week John Roncoroni, a Napa-based UC Cooperative Extension weed science advisor, held a field demonstration about the efficacy of herbicides newly registered for vineyard application. He had laid out 25 treatment plots and rated the herbicides for weed control in vineyards.

07/23/14

Jared Lane, vice president of marketing, expects to finish the Princess and Flame Seedless by the end of July before moving on to Scarlet Royal.

07/23/14

Timely spring rains and good-performing wells plus a frost-free spring and warm growing conditions have contributed to the promising prospects for this year's crop.

07/23/14

St. Helena's Stu Harrison, 68, retired on July 1, after 42 years in the wine business, most recently at Tim and Carissa Mondavi's Continuum, their winery on Pritchard Hill.

07/23/14

Among the many things to do in a typical July in Southwest Riverside County are free concerts in the park, Hot Summer Nights events in Old Town Temecula and leisurely visits to the more than 40 wineries that fill the countryside

07/23/14

The West Sonoma Coast Vintners are capturing a specific set of circumstances within a subset of the vast Sonoma Coast and Russian River Valley AVAs (American Viticultural Area), what they like to call "California's Côte d'Or," or Gold Coast

07/23/14

Standing at a bar to taste wine is a curious affectation that's fully ingrained in the wine industry. But, the owners of Banshee Wines have turned that tradition on its head

07/23/14

After 43 years in the wine business in Napa Valley, Carl Doumani was looking for a retirement plan; he found it earlier this month, selling his Quixote Winery to a Chinese company for more than $20 million.

07/23/14

California's worsening drought and mandatory new state water rules are prompting Bay Area water agencies to beef up their conservation staffs -- the employees sometimes called "water cops."

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