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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

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

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

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

08/21/14

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.

08/21/14

The V Foundation for Cancer Research's annual fundraiser, the V Wine Celebration, garnered more than $4.7 million over the weekend of Aug. 7-9 for cancer research.

08/21/14

The ongoing debate on the pace and scale of winery development in the Napa Valley continued before the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, with one supervisor asking if a moratorium on winery permits is needed.

08/21/14

Vintner Carl Doumani is proposing an 84-room hotel on his property at the corner of Highway 29 and Mills Lane

08/20/14

Working with an instructional designer, each course level of the program has been honed to more directly address critical facets of the wine industry and provide students with a systematical and structured learning experience. The newly redesigned courses, Foundation: Introduction to Wine Business and Intermediate: A Survey of the Key Drivers in a Wine Business, include prerecorded and live lecture sessions, case studies and individual research, along with weekly assigned reading and modular quizzes.

08/20/14

Three winery projects approved by the county Planning Commission in the last year have been appealed

08/19/14

The Sonoma County Winegrowers (SCW) are excited to announce their 2014|2015 Commissioners, including the election of 6 new Commissioners representing some of Sonoma County's top vineyard properties, families, regions, and industry leaders. www.sonomawinegrape.org

08/19/14

The custom-crush industry in the North Coast has greatly expanded in the past year. The plants vary, but essentially provide one-stop service for vintners to crush grapes, make wine and transfer it into barrels and then into bottles - everything except marketing and sales.

08/19/14

It's a problem facing many towns and counties throughout the North Bay: what to do with high-density wastewater created by food and beverage producers?

08/18/14

ACA Financial Guaranty, the owner of Copia's $78 million debt, will try a second time to sell the key downtown property, located at 500 First St. in Napa. An asking price was not provided

08/18/14

It's a problem facing many towns and counties throughout the North Bay: what to do with high-density wastewater created by food and beverage producers?

08/18/14

The activity mirrors the growth in the overall wine industry, especially after two large Sonoma and Napa crops in 2012 and 2013 that produced surpluses

08/18/14

How would Napa Valley look with a casino and a 12-story hotel in the middle of the now-scenic horizon? That's the nightmare the county fears if the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs goes through with a proposed rules change.

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