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04/17/15

'Momentum 2015' highlights market trends and grower programs

04/17/15

Popular Land-based Event Again Benefits Legal Aid Society of Orange County; Features More than 35 Wineries, Craft Breweries, Spirits Companies and Top Orange County Restaurants

04/17/15

It may not the centerpiece of Louis Foppiano's vineyard in Healdsburg, but a bug trap is doing some serious work saving his livelihood from ruin

04/17/15

A fire that started in a RV trailer at a King Ridge Road property Thursday near the Sonoma Coast had spread to a tree, posing a major threat of wildfire with the day's dry, windy conditions, emergency officials said.

04/17/15

Sonoma County planning commissioners Thursday approved a new Healdsburg-area winery they said promoted the county's signature industry and fit in its rural setting, despite concerns from some Dry Creek Valley neighbors who say their region has been overwhelmed by impacts from new and expanded winery developments.

04/17/15

Tony Stewart, proprietor of Glen Ellen's Madrone Vineyards Estate has named Tyler Galts as estate president. The winery, formerly named Valley of the Moon Winery, is one of Sonoma Valley's oldest and most historic winery and vineyard sites

04/17/15

"We were all pleased by the diversity of styles that we found. Many of the wines were still in the dense and extravagant camp, but just as many were fresh and vivacious, and quite a few fell somewhere in between"

04/17/15

Deputies Said They Found 7 Grams of Methamphetamine in Jacob Lindley's Car

04/17/15

Napa County has garnered two of the four first annual California Green Medal: Sustainable Winegrowing Leadership Awards.

04/17/15

Adam Gray on Wednesday was booted off the Assembly Water, Parks and Wildlife Committee, one day after an unlikely victory when the committee narrowly approved his legislation aimed at protecting communities near the Stanislaus, Tuolumne and Merced rivers

04/17/15

California cities that are being told to slash water use are pushing back against Gov. Jerry Brown's mandatory reductions, but it's not likely that regulators will retreat with the state in its fourth year of drought.

04/17/15

The California Table Grape Commission has been awarded two additional years of a USDA Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) Technical Assistance for Specialty Crops (TASC) funding in the amount of $288,000 for continuing research to develop phytosanitary treatments that eliminate pests of concern for export markets.

04/17/15

After three months as head of Sonoma County Vintners, Carolyn Stark's biggest sales job right now is local, especially amid mounting concern among some residents over the wine industry's impact.

04/17/15

The competition, which was a friendly rivalry between wine business students at Sonoma State University and Texas Tech University, was designed to combat the toll that craft beer and spirits mixology may take on wine market share in the US.

04/17/15

Parking and hours are the biggest complaints

04/16/15

The city of St. Helena has released a new report on the circumstances surrounding a $1.9 million payment to the Federal Emergency Management Agency that was made without public knowledge or City Council authorization, a payment that the mayor called "exceptionally upsetting."

04/16/15

Lula Cellars Kicks-Off Festival Weekend with Friday Night BBQ at New 22-acre Property, Pours at Festival's Grand Tasting on Saturday & Hosts a Winery Open House on Sunday

04/16/15

Bear Republic Brewing Company has been named the 2015 Small Business of the Year for the U.S. Small Business Administration's San Francisco District, which includes the San Francisco Bay Area and portions of Northern California.

04/16/15

More than 270 organic farms and food producers operated last year in Sonoma County, part of a record number of such businesses across the country, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Wednesday.

04/16/15

After one unsuccessful search last summer and a subsequent nationwide search, the St. Helena City Council hired a senior planner from the City of Santa Rosa, Noah Housch, to be the city's new planning director.

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