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08/27/15

some states have been dealing with great challenges this growing and harvesting season.

08/27/15

A warming atmosphere has already worsened California's drought and harmed coastal ecosystems, but the worst is yet to come, according to the latest scientific research presented this week on the interactions of air pollution, water reserves and weather patterns

08/27/15

A California farm is seeking repayment from USDA for raisins it turned over under an unconstitutional confiscation of raisins.

08/27/15

Joe Wagner's Copper Cane Wines has set the goal of reaching 1 million cases within five years, with Oregon label Elouan expected to play a key part. Wagner tells SND that he sees Elouan rising into the hundreds of thousands of cases looking ahead

08/27/15

Meet some of the innovators leading the way in the local Latino community.

08/27/15

Two water agencies in the San Joaquin Valley are suing to stop the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.

08/27/15

While the warming of Pacific Ocean waters tends to bring heavy winter rain to California, the state climatologist noted only half the time when there have been big El Ninos has there been meaningful, heavy rains.

08/27/15

Production may have dropped this year for Wilson Vineyard's wine grape crop, but quality of the fruit should top the charts, reports Ken Wilson.

08/27/15

Robert Talbott, Inc. announced that an agreement has been reached to sell the Talbott Vineyards business and related assets including their Sleepy Hollow Vineyard in Monterey County's Santa Lucia Highlands to E. & J. Gallo Winery. International Wine Associates of Healdsburg, California serves as the exclusive M&A advisors to and represents Talbott Vineyards in this transaction. ...

08/27/15

Although the drought has caused one-quarter of Fresno County's farmland to be taken out of production, the county in 2014 set a record for crop values at more than $7.03 billion, according to the county's annual crop report.

08/26/15

Napa Valley Wine Train CEO Apologies to African American Book Club Members Removed from Train for Noise Complaints

08/26/15

The harvest of white grapes like sauvignon blanc is nearing completion in some parts of the Napa Valley, according to harvest correspondents. Cabernet sauvignon is still at least a few weeks away from being ready, but growers say sugar levels were boosted by the recent heat wave. Growers were relieved to see a return to cooler temperatures.

08/26/15

About 20 people, representing 279 years of Napa Valley winemaking experience, recently gathered for a reunion of early employees of Sterling Vineyards.

08/26/15

The committee set up to limit growth in the valley has made some recommendations.

08/26/15

State fire officials on Tuesday declared a one-day-old wildfire that erupted seven miles north of Middletown in Lake County fully contained, crediting a quick response from nearby firefighters with halting the blaze's advance

08/26/15

TH Estate Wines to increase production, introduce new label, while staying true to its mission of producing the highest quality, premium, handcrafted wines and offering consumers an enhanced tasting experience

08/26/15

On September 11th the Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University will offer a new seminar as part of their fall professional development programming. The new seminar, "Financial Planning and Strategy for Wine Businesses" is an elective seminar that can be combined with core seminars to earn the Wine Industry Finance and Accounting Certificate.

08/26/15

New sister winery is dedicated to producing Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

08/26/15

An advisory panel seeking to limit winery expansion within Napa County agreed on Monday to a few proposals in its quest to better rein in traffic and congestion coming from the industry.

08/26/15

After the expulsion of a mostly African-American women's book club from the Napa Valley Wine Train triggered online accusations of racial bias that went viral and international, the touring group has issued an apology to the 11 women ordered off an excursion on Saturday.

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