Winebusiness.com - Homepage for the Wine Industry

search news

california

  Results: 1 - 20 of 1000   Next >
07/31/15

Paso Pure run by Rabbit Ridge kids all grown up

07/31/15

After a relatively mild spring growing season, rising temperatures in July resulted in early picking this year, Galleano said.

07/31/15

How a Bakersfield-raised, soccer-crazed potty mouth became Santa Barbara's flying winemaker

07/31/15

Eleven months after the 2014 earthquake, another round of post-tremor repairs lies ahead - for broken pavement.

07/31/15

Today the 600-acre vineyard is 50 percent cabernet sauvignon; the other half grows cabernet franc, malbec, petit verdot, merlot, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc and a small parcel of sangiovese -- perhaps, six centuries of wine experience tells you never say never.

07/31/15

Sacramento Superior Court Judge Shelleyanne Chang said during a hearing that she believes the state's revised approach to warning farmers of insufficient supplies is legal

07/31/15

You wouldn't know it from the environmentalist rhetoric, but in the agricultural business we try not to waste a drop

07/31/15

Trinchero CEO discusses company's growth and plans for future

07/31/15

The facility's look and feel are defined by a massive wall of wreathing steel, dramatic sloped roofs, and ample reinforced concrete. Sustainable features, however, are hidden in plain sight

07/31/15

Firefighters battling a fast-moving wildfire that destroyed at least three homes in eastern Lake County struggled to gain an advantage over the fire Thursday afternoon in scorching, triple-digit temperatures as the blaze expanded to burn over about 13 square miles of rugged and remote pasture and timberland.

07/31/15

Cass Vineyard and Winery was named Winery of the Year for its exceptional selection of wines by the Central Coast Wine Competition. The Paso Robles winery was recognized at the California Mid-State Fair's annual Cattlemen and Farmers' Day.

07/31/15

Here's a look at the current domestic properties in the new group

07/31/15

Owner and CEO Michael Dorf's optimistic plan never really connected with local residents. The restaurant received a tepid reception and "some of the nights" shows sold out, but the venue never achieved the response he'd hoped for

07/31/15

The fire was 5 percent contained as of Thursday night and had scorched 13,500 acres

07/31/15

Six weeks after the AVA status announcement, Los Angeles County commissioners forbid new vineyard plantings. This week, a new challenge arose: a proposed 10-month extension of the ban on new plantings in the north Santa Monica Mountains.

07/31/15

Larry Williams, professor and plant physiologist-AES at the University of California-Davis, says that grapes in the San Joaquin Valley are OK for now, because growers have been able to pump groundwater for irrigation. There has also been minimal impact on coastal winegrapes in Napa and Sonoma counties, thanks to reservoirs and groundwater.

07/31/15

as a result of his charity golf tournaments and concerts, Bruce Cohn has given millions of dollars to Sonoma County nonprofits, including the Sonoma Valley Education Foundation, as well as to his favorite veterans' organizations

07/31/15

Attend a complimentary, live webinar on Tuesday, Aug 4th at 11 a.m. PT - The Smart Approach to DTT Wine Shipping - and find out how you can meet your customers' delivery demands quickly and easily with a simple model that gives you a direct overnight route to your trade customers. (Promoted Article)

07/30/15

Tensley's Assistant Winemaker Starts Own Label, Pairs with Toro Y Moi on Bottling

07/30/15

Consistent with the company's aim of attracting the wine industry's top talent, Guarachi Wine Partners is pleased to announce the appointment of Daniel O'Leary to the position of West Coast Director of National Chain Accounts.

  Results: 1 - 20 of 1000   Next >