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11/26/14

Weather officials on Monday updated a rain outlook for the month of December, saying now that there will be above-normal rainfall moving toward the New Year that will have a significant effect on the drought outlook.

11/26/14

California vintners and growers across the state are grateful for another excellent vintage, reports the Wine Institute, despite an ongoing drought and earthquake that rocked south Napa in late August just as crush was getting under way.

11/26/14

Californians can expect a wetter-than-normal December throughout the state, according to the National Weather Service. After that, weak El Nino conditions are expected to boost precipitation south of Sacramento.

11/26/14

Attorneys told the audience that anyone in the country illegally and might qualify should carry photo identification, bills, leases and their children's birth certificates if they are threatened with deportation.

11/26/14

Wineries and grape growers in the El Dorado wine region have wrapped up another successful harvest. Though the 2014 yields appear lower than the last three years, the recent harvest resulted in extremely high-quality grapes.

11/26/14

The outcome of any sale won't be known for months- offers aren't due until early next year - but a coalition of conservation groups is assessing the Gualala Redwoods property and exploring options for a deal that could permit lighter forestry practices, watershed reclamation and recreation

11/26/14

A $4 million state grant will help the Napa Sanitation District build recycled water pipelines in the Carneros and Coombsville areas, creating a new option for irrigating landscaping and vineyards

11/26/14

But what of the San Joaquin Valley, which cannot meet current requirements?

11/26/14

"We are actually working to put aside our differences"

11/26/14

Mastroserio enjoys making music as much as he enjoys making wine

11/25/14

Salvatore Rombi is definitely a hands-on person and that's precisely the way he wants it when it comes to making the merlot and cabernet sauvignon that have made his wines so sought-after by those who love fine wine.

11/25/14

Three Italian immigrants to Napa Valley are rapidly building a modern twist on a long local history of blending food and wine know-how from the Apennine Peninsula.

11/25/14

A year-long winery dispute has ended - barring any legal challenges-with the Napa County Board of Supervisors' tentative approval of the proposed Woolls Ranch Winery in the Mount Veeder area

11/25/14

Drive up one of Napa Valley's mountain roads, and you know you are somewhere different. Whether it is the thick forest of Spring Mountain or the impossibly large boulders of Atlas Peak, it is clear: you are no longer on the valley floor.

11/25/14

Applications were originally due Nov. 21, but are now being accepted through Dec. 12.

11/25/14

St. Helena's water system has delivered 772.55 acre-feet (252 million gallons) since July 1, the official start of the water year. During the same period in 2013, the system had delivered 984.77 acre-feet (321 million gallons).

11/25/14

Creating a six-mile-long Napa Valley Vine Trail segment from the city of Napa to Yountville involves more than simply slapping down extra asphalt along the side of Solano Avenue.

11/25/14

Sonoma County supervisors Monday adopted a hard-won compromise between farmers and environmental groups, advancing protective buffer zones along 3,200 miles of streams and rivers in the county

11/24/14

Salvatore Rombi is definitely a hands-on person and that's precisely the way he wants it when it comes to making the merlot and cabernet sauvignon that have made his wines so sought-after by those who love fine wine

11/24/14

It took about a decade for Walt Whelan to finally fulfill his dream of running his own winery. Recently, the Fresno attorney opened Toca Madera Winery

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