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08/22/14

Or maybe as a chance to contribute to the cause of animal rescue work in the Napa region

08/22/14

After more than seven and a half hours of public hearings over the last two months, Raymond Vineyard's proposal to change its winery marketing plan still made several Napa County Planning Commissioners uneasy Wednesday.

08/22/14

A winery in the hills below Mount Diablo will be allowed to expand after the City Council voted Tuesday to allow such a change in the Northgate area of Walnut Creek

08/22/14

With less than two weeks remaining in the legislative session, key bills on groundwater management have been amended again and are expected to be taken up for floor votes sometime next week.

08/22/14

If the Sonoma Valley Vintners & Growers and the Sonoma County Vintners have their way, the hugely successful "Sonoma Wine Country Weekend" that the two organizations jointly produce each year, will soon replace "Labor Day Weekend" on most calendars

08/22/14

... drilling companies like Athur & Orum, owned and operated by Floyd Arthur and his son, are overbooked sometimes as much as 12 months out, meaning farmers and residents in the valley have to wait nearly a year to get any additional wells drilled on their property. And that's just one company working 24/7 in order to satisfy the demand

08/22/14

San Francisco Event Venues, or SF Event Venues, announced the launch of a new food and wine pairing event: The Artisan Taste & Pairing Market at The Vista on San Francisco's historic Treasure Island. Coinciding with the Treasure Island Flea Market during the last full weekend of every month, the Artisan Taste & Pairing Market will feature flights of wine from local Treasure Island wineries along with samples from local artisan food vendors including chocolate, toffee, jam, vinegar and olive oil makers.

08/22/14

Silicon Valley vintners bent on building a local, more affordable wine-tasting alternative to Napa Valley this weekend will unveil a new wine trail established with the help of county funding. A total of 16 South County wineries clustered around Morgan Hill and Gilroy - among them J. Lohr, Guglielmo and Aver Family Vineyards - will participate in a wine trail celebration weekend Aug. 23-24. Tickets cost $40 and include winery tours and tastings, food, music and product discounts.

08/22/14

Santa Ynez Valley Museum Hosts First-Ever Exhibit Examining Wine Country History

08/22/14

"I almost felt like I was in Kansas or something. I'm a native Californian and it's very odd that we're getting this kind of weather in August. It's very unusual," said Michael Rennie, co-founder of Leoness Cellars. "And we had thunder, lightning. We actually had some hail that apparently lasted for about 30 seconds."

08/22/14

The law, which takes effect Jan. 1, overturns a ban on pets at restaurants. While many cafes, brew pubs and steak houses have long allowed dogs on their decks and patios, technically it was illegal

08/22/14

Timothy Ray Davis, 49, was accused of stealing the fuel between April 12 and April 25 last year and spilling some of it in Gallo's vineyards, on a private road of the Paul Hobbs Winery and on Highway 116. Prosecutors said Davis, who lived on a nearby tree farm, confessed to using an ATV with a trailer to steal the fuel to run a generator on his property

08/22/14

LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is the preeminent building ratings program that is the nationally accepted benchmark for the construction, design and operations of green buildings

08/22/14

The ongoing has pitted wild salmon against farmers in a fight for water. While growers of almonds, one of the state's biggest and most lucrative crops, enjoy booming production and skyrocketing sales to China, the fish, it seems, might be left high and dry this summer-and maybe even dead

08/22/14

The annual grape crush at UC Davis' campus winery kicked off early Thursday morning, weeks before most winemaking students are scheduled to return for classes

08/22/14

Thanks to warmer temperatures and a slightly lighter crop than usual for some local growers, the grape harvest has arrived earlier than usual

08/22/14

Growers expect to complete harvest without problems, but another dry year could be catastrophic

08/22/14

Next year the California Department of Pesticide Regulation will likely not allow some pesticides that are high in VOCs to be used in the San Joaquin Valley non-attainment area between May and October.

08/21/14

These local companies have added almost 1,400 employees in the past three years, according to data through last year provided to the magazine for the annual ranking. However, a significant number of those jobs are at company locations outside the North Bay.

08/21/14

To help ease congestion, Russian River Brewing is reconfiguring the popular downtown Santa Rosa brewpub and creating a new section to refill growlers and sell merchandise.

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