Winebusiness.com - Homepage for the Wine Industry

search news

california

  Results: 1 - 20 of 1000   Next >
01/27/15

'A really positive sign'

01/27/15

There's a key besides money in Fresno's struggle to fix its water mess. We're talking government regulators

01/27/15

"The City of Los Angeles has taken another step towards truly protecting its most vulnerable residents," stated Jorge Castillo, Advocacy Director for Alcohol Justice. "We thank Councilmembers Huizar, Englander, and Koretz for their leadership on this critical public health and safety issue."

01/27/15

Sonoma State University's Wine Spectator Learning Center is set to be a state-of-the-art facility with classrooms and outdoor space to teach more than 300, venues for public seminars and events, and technology to reach the world. (TLCD Architecture)

01/27/15

Two editorials from different California newspapers within the past several days paint a rather dire picture for California farmers as they plan their 2015 water needs

01/27/15

One in four household water wells in parts of California's Central Valley contains potentially harmful levels of uranium, a U.S. Geological Survey study said

01/27/15

Like their utility and design patent brethren, plant patents must also satisfy the patentability requirements of Section 102 and 103 of the Patent Act. In Delano Farms v. California Table Grape Commission (Fed. Cir. 2015), the plant patents at issue relate to Scarlet Royal and Autumn King table grapes. Plant Patent Nos. PP16,229 and PP16,284. The declaratory-judgment plaintiffs are grape growers seeking to invalidate the patents so that they can grow the grapes without continuing to pay a license fee.

01/27/15

Gov. Jerry Brown has lauded a wine industry effort to make its products without stomping too hard on the environment

01/27/15

A decision made quietly by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service earlier this month to go along with a request by the Bureau of Reclamation could shove the endangered Delta smelt to the edge of extinction, environmental groups fear

01/27/15

Are North Bay salmon still up a creek without a paddle? That's what officials from the Sonoma County Water Agency will ask when they meet Wednesday to discuss the agency's 15-year plan to sustain the Russian River watershed.

01/26/15

The slowdown, which is affecting all U.S. ports on the West Coast, has had a big impact for local businesses that rely on foreign imports and exports. Sonoma County companies exported $1.04 billion worth of goods in 2013, according to the most recent data from the U.S. Department of Commerce

01/26/15

producer of award-winning Lake County wines continues its growth

01/26/15

Farmers asked tough questions during a water rights workshop Friday at the 35th annual EcoFarm Conference, moments after more bad news about the drought was delivered with a ping to a presenter's smart phone

01/26/15

Mead is made from honey, and it is believed to be the oldest fermented beverage in the world

01/26/15

That price breaks down to $48,000 per planted acre, close to double what was being paid for vineyard acreage in the late 1990s, when there was a big run on grapes

01/26/15

While not as prominent as a bath of Gatorade or a champagne spray, Sonoma County wines will be featured at next year's Super Bowl to be held at Levi's Stadium.

01/26/15

For Kevin Sea, it was more about the chemistry. Sea came to that realization as he worked as an audit manager for Deloitte & Touche LLP in San Francisco during the mid-to-late 1980s.

01/26/15

Facing a fourth drought year and maybe the driest January on record, farm water leaders hope storms are on the way, but they saw a dry January last year and got no water from the federal Central Valley Project

01/26/15

Organizers are expecting a record crowd of more than 14,000 to attend the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium, the annual wine industry conference and trade show that ...

01/26/15

International cycling event comes to Lodi wine country May 11

  Results: 1 - 20 of 1000   Next >