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06/29/16

Sonoma Stompers, in Association with Coppola's Virginia Dare Winery, to Introduce Two Female Players in History-Making, Co-Ed Game on July 1 -- Game to be Live Streamed on Bay Area Online Sports Network

06/29/16

Eric Flanagan, owner of Flanagan Wines, purchases the former Everett Ridge Winery in Dry Creek Valley. Last year, Eric led the Russian River Partners Investment Fund in the purchase of two Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir vineyards, including the iconic Platt Vineyard.

06/29/16

Eric Flanagan, owner of Flanagan Wines, has acquired Everett Ridge Winery in Dry Creek Valley through bankruptcy proceedings. Flanagan bought the property after its previous owners, the Sterling family, relinquished their winery to Bank of the West. Court records showed Flanagan secured a $5.2 million loan for the deal.

06/29/16

The Santa Barbara County Planning Commission considered the final draft of the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) concerning the revised Winery Ordinance last Wednesday, June 22

06/29/16

Mr. Hartwell will be laid to rest in his hometown of Newport Beach, California. A public celebration of life for friends and colleagues will be held at Tulocay Cemetery on Friday July 1

06/29/16

The final phase of the Trinchero family's namesake winery is complete and ready to welcome visitors

06/29/16

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the iconic Robert Mondavi Winery, a milestone that will culminate with a celebration at the winery in Oakville on July 16

06/29/16

Sonoma County grape growers have stepped up their commitment to improve the social plight of their workforce by contributing almost $100,000 for construction of a farmworker housing complex.

06/29/16

during the third annual Wines & Vines Packaging Conference taking place Aug. 17 at Lincoln Theater in Yountville

06/28/16

The money helped cover a funding gap that would have delayed construction of Ortiz Plaza, a 30-unit complex for farmworkers west of Larkfield. Federal, state and local agencies have provided $11 million for the project. Rents will be capped at 30 percent of families' incomes. Farmworkers spend about half of their estimated $18,000 to $22,000 annual income on housing

06/28/16

How many times have you chosen a wine bottle for its eye-catching label? We've all done it. But once you pop the cork, the wine never seems as interesting or exciting as its art. Until now.

06/28/16

The public comment period will close July 11, 2016

06/28/16

Previous estimates of groundwater in California's drought-stricken Central Valley only looked at depths of up to 1,000ft (300m), but a new study says there's three times as much freshwater at 1,000-3,000ft (300-900m) below ground.

06/28/16

The use of UV-C light has been shown to increase grapes' production of stilbenoids. Some of these phenolic compounds have been associated with natural disease resistance ...

06/28/16

Prices for early table grape varieties from California have been good so far, and production estimates suggest this year's crop could top production from the previous season. As the season moves north to the Central Valley, there's cause for optimism about the 2016 table grape season in California.

06/28/16

Riboli Family Wine Estates, whose founding winery, San Antonio Winery was established in 1917, is proud to announce its continuing commitment to the world-class Paso Robles wine region with the grand opening of its new state of the art production facility committed to environmental stewardship. The winery is designed for crafting premium wines using sustainable techniques that conserve energy and water, and reduce waste.

06/28/16

Can a wine made in Georgia use 'Napa Valley' if that's where the grapes were grown?

06/28/16

The tragic death comes just after Oeno Vino had taken over a small retail slot and tasting room that was once 55 Degrees

06/27/16

Nearly a year after the first Miss Latina Wine Country competition, the 2015 first runner up, or Princess, Cathia Sanchez, has become a busy and much-photographed face of Sonoma Raceway.

06/27/16

The Resnicks say they have cancelled part of their vineyard expansion project and are in talks with local officials to donate the land

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