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07/27/16

Porch Pounder, founded by friends Paul Quinn and James Schreiner in Templeton, offers two blends - one chardonnay based and one pinot based - in 12-ounce cans, which is about half a wine bottle. The wines retail for around $5.99 and are available at about 30 shops and restaurants around San Luis Obispo County

07/27/16

Rutherford Dust Society hosted its 16th annual "Day in the Dust" trade and media event on Wednesday, July 13, at the historic Inglenook.

07/27/16

Central Coast Wine Classic Founder Reflects on Black Panthers, Avila Beach Pollution, and the Munchies

07/27/16

If you're looking for a recharge this week, consider heading out to Buellton's Standing Sun Winery

07/27/16

Representatives of California Gov. Jerry Brown and the Obama administration began making their pitch for approval Tuesday to build a pair of massive water tunnels under the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta

07/27/16

if you believe in destiny, to Champagne's waiting hook. "The challenge, the fight, all of that makes for great fishing."

07/27/16

The main topics of the hearing will be the release of a new study regarding the economic impact of California's wine industry and how technological advancements can improve water efficiency

07/27/16

The Wine Group - the world's second largest winery based on volume - is planning to build a 510,000-square-foot warehouse for wine storage on the southeast corner of East Highway 120 and Murphy Road in rural Ripon

07/27/16

"Two years ago this month, Michael took the first step in the task of arranging for his succession at Groth. We hired Cameron Parry to become winemaker. Today we announce the completion of that task."

07/27/16

A University of California-Davis study finds that farms that market their products directly to consumers create more local jobs that conventional growers, who tend to use resources that are more far-flung.

07/27/16

with four decades of winemaking behind him, 69-year-old Peterson is still intent on keeping his zin cred. He has a new wine label and a book in the making

07/27/16

Vintner Sean McBride said his business, Crosby Roamann, is more than just about making wine.

07/26/16

Bay Area Development Co. announced it has completed financial funding for Wine Country Cases in Napa. The financing allowed the custom wine box fabricator to create 50 new, local jobs and to purchase a 78,612-square-foot building located at 612 Airpark Road in Napa

07/26/16

Saralee's Vineyard, 200 acres the couple planted in 1989, grew to offer some of the best grapes in the Russian River Valley. Jackson Family Wines, having sourced its pinot noir and chardonnay grapes from the Kundes, bought the Windsor property in 2012. Now the Santa Rosa-based company plans to open the property and the refurbished barn to visitors as the La Crema Estate at Saralee's Vineyard. The estate is the latest example of how longtime wineries are feeling pressure to up their game for a better and more customized visitor experience.

07/26/16

One of the planes crashed in a rice field on private land and the second landed safely.

07/26/16

Winemaker Blends His Devotion to Family and Craft to Create Extraordinary Herrera Wines

07/26/16

Casa Agricola Alexandre Relvas, the family-owned Portuguese producer with two highly-rated wine estates, has entered into an agreement with family owned-and-operated fine wine import, marketing and sales company Quintessential, to represent their wines in the US.

07/26/16

Their description of Paso Robles reads, "Despite its size-32,000 acres of grapes, and 11 AVAs growing 40 varietals that can be sampled in more than 200 tasting rooms, most of which are family owned-the vibe is nothing if not laid-back. The historic town square is circled by shops and chef-owned restaurants. Highway 46 is a bucolic drive with more than a dozen wineries that pour in barns, cafes, underground caves, and cattle ranches."

07/26/16

The sale will close a chapter in Sonoma County winemaking circles. Hambrecht in 2011 teamed up with vintner Phil Hurst and winemaker Paul Dolan to form Truett-Hurst Inc., which became a publicly traded company designed to manufacture private and custom labels to large retailers

07/25/16

Fountaingrove growers to hold August event -- Cline Family Wine Cellars adds to winemaking team -- Packaging conference to be held in Yountville

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