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09/04/15

Balzac Communications announces that Senior Account Executive Catherine Bugue has accepted the position of Director of Education at the Napa Valley Wine Academy

09/04/15

The Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University today announced the addition of well-known financial industry experts from the region's top firms to its roster of instructors for the upcoming Wine Industry Finance and Accounting Certificate program. Applications are still being accepted for the program beginning September 11, 2015.

09/04/15

"Scare copy" is bad advocacy and embarrasses both the writer and the readers

09/04/15

he current negative attitudes toward sweet wines and sweet wine drinkers displays a disregard of wine history, traditions and customs by people whom I know to be generally smart and passionate about wine. It is time to end this nonsense and eliminate this deeply rooted misinformation once and for all

09/04/15

There are two tasting options: a private luncheon ($200 per guest) and the small bites pairing experience ($85 per guest)

09/03/15

Free Flow Wines, the pioneer of premium wine on tap, today announced that the second annual KEGGY Awards (#KEGGYAwards), honoring wineries, restaurants, bars and suppliers for excellence and sustainability in wine on tap, will take place on October 22 at the company's headquarters in Napa.

09/03/15

... no parallel situations exist to help the county develop visitation benchmarks for new wineries

09/03/15

The fire, which had torched 450 acres by Wednesday evening, was burning off of Elk Mountain Road and Mount Dinger Road. It was moving up the flank of Young's Peak as state and local firefighters sought to hold its perimeter at Pitney Ridge

09/03/15

"I have never been subjected to the rudeness of a drunken group of people on the train. If I had I would expect the staff to either get them to respect the other riders and hold their noise down or be ejected"

09/02/15

New offerings provide intimate wine experiences paired with the highly anticipated release of 2012 Insignia.

09/02/15

Often the favorite event of Wine Country Weekend, this Saturday's tasting event will feature even more to look forward to. Here's what you need to know so you don't miss a thing.

09/02/15

Would those middle-aged, middle-class book lovers have been paraded through the train and handed off to police if they had been laughing-while-white?

09/02/15

Rhone focused Micro Winery expands into emerging beverage district in Windsor, CA and announces crowd funding campaign.

09/02/15

Data collected under informational orders will improve the State Water Board's understanding of total water demand for various uses at different times, water right priorities and the connectivity of instream flows and subsurface diversions in the four tributary watersheds.

09/01/15

ZD Wines, located on the Silverado Trail in Rutherford, has announced they are making their first sparkling wine in anticipation of their upcoming 50th anniversary in 2018. Pinot Noir sourced from the winery's CCOF certified organic Carneros Estate Vineyard was harvested Sunday, August 9th at 20 degrees brix for the production of a premiere sparkling wine.

09/01/15

Grape growers have a saying, "Light harvests get lighter." As we move into the 2015 harvest on the North Coast, it seems clear that we're looking at a lighter crop than the last few years and, if the old adage holds true, it could be much lighter in certain varietals.

09/01/15

HenHouse Brewing Co. announced on Monday that is expanding to south Santa Rosa with a facility that will make up to 75,000 barrels annually, signaling continuing growth of Sonoma County's craft beer industry.

09/01/15

The Michael family, who own Peter Michael Winery in Sonoma County's Knights Valley appellation, pledged $300,000 toward the forthcoming wine education center at Sonoma State University.

09/01/15

The Michael family's $300,000 donation to Sonoma State's School of Business and Economics will be used to create The Peter Michael Winery Executive Classroom

09/01/15

Too many writers are using "scare copy" letters to try to harm our wine industry. Yes, our whole wine industry is harmed when irresponsible citizens trash our need for and appeal to wine visitors. Our competitors in all the other new world wine regions across the world are happy to see this dissension in our ranks; it tells them that we aren't concentrating on doing our best work to compete

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