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07/23/14

St. Helena's Stu Harrison, 68, retired on July 1, after 42 years in the wine business, most recently at Tim and Carissa Mondavi's Continuum, their winery on Pritchard Hill.

07/23/14

The West Sonoma Coast Vintners are capturing a specific set of circumstances within a subset of the vast Sonoma Coast and Russian River Valley AVAs (American Viticultural Area), what they like to call "California's Côte d'Or," or Gold Coast

07/23/14

After 43 years in the wine business in Napa Valley, Carl Doumani was looking for a retirement plan; he found it earlier this month, selling his Quixote Winery to a Chinese company for more than $20 million.

07/23/14

"Both have different language that is more burdensome to ag in general, that we are very cautious about," says Garrett Buckland, vice president of the Napa Valley Grapegrowers, an organization of Napa County viniculturalists and wine-related businesses

07/22/14

"Moving from Australia's most highly regarded Cabernet region of Margaret River to the USA's most highly regarded Cabernet region Napa Valley presents an amazing opportunity."

07/21/14

"The number of tasting rooms near the square in Sonoma have tripled since we opened three years ago, dividing the new customer base which every retail tasting room depends on. The hot market which was good for the real estate business was bad for our business because it gave confidence to our landlady to more than double the rent."

07/21/14

One of the last vestiges of the old Napa Valley is about to disappear. Milat Vineyards and Winery, the modest family-owned reminder of how the valley was before big money took over, is closing at the end of the month

07/21/14

Raymond Winery and Vineyards has agreed to delay its expansion project for another month after a meeting this week with planners so more ...

07/21/14

Actress Sophia Loren was the guest of honor at Far Niente Winery in Oakville on Saturday evening for "Bella Italia!," a tribute to the film legend attended by 400 fans, film stars and culinary and political VIPs

07/21/14

esfaye Alemayehu and Sara Hall won the Napa-to-Sonoma Wine Country Half Marathon presented by Newton on Sunday

07/21/14

Also: Lake County Winegrape Commission opens new offices; Wine Road donates $25,000 to food bank; Flavor Napa Valley coming in late November; 20 Cuban sommeliers to tour North Coast wineries

07/21/14

The Gloria Ferrer Winery event is a fundraiser for the Sonoma Valley Education Foundation. Last year, the winery donated $15,000 to the foundation, and this year Bertran said they hope to top that with proceeds brought in from $75 admission tickets and an auction of paintings, sports memorabilia and vacation packages

07/21/14

"It seems most wineries pay a commission for selling memberships, but few really compensate to keep their club members longer and that's the simplest solution I see to improve wine club profitability."

07/18/14

Napa Valley Grapegrowers' Farmworker Foundation celebrated the second year of its English literacy program as 65 participants graduated from the four-month course designed for Napa County farmworkers to assist them with their English literacy and communication skills in the workplace.

07/18/14

One of the last vestiges of the old Napa Valley is about to disappear. Milat Vineyards and Winery, the modest family-owned reminder of how the valley was before big money took over, is closing at the end of the month.

07/18/14

A group opposed to the Yountville Hill Winery project announced Wednesday that it intends to appeal the project's use permit to the Napa County Board of Supervisors.

07/18/14

A fantastic Festival del Sole unfolds

07/17/14

LMR Rutherford Estate will be home to a state-of-the-art 100,000-gallon winemaking facility sized to utilize grapes from the 74 acres of estate vineyard

07/16/14

The Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University awarded their newest scholarship to Stacy Vogel. The Rhone Rangers is America's leading non-profit organization dedicated to promoting American Rhone varietal wines. Their mission is to educate the public on Rhone varietal winegrapes grown in America and to promote the production and enjoyment of these wines.

07/16/14

The filing came four months after Jamieson Ranch operator Madison Vineyard Holdings LLC lodged a declaratory judgment suit against Jameson-maker Irish Distillers Ltd. - a lawsuit prompted by a cease-and-desist letter the Dublin-based Pernod Ricard SA subsidiary sent over the name.

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