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07/29/16

They started picking pinot meunier grapes for sparkling wine at 5:45 this morning, as the sun rose over the the verdant Green Island Vineyard in southern Napa's American Canyon district

07/29/16

This month, Buena Vista Winery unveils the 'Wine and Music Wine Tasting Experience' in the original historic caves of the winery which date back to 1864. Featuring a live performance by esteemed local musicians, Steel and Ivory, made up of pianist Dr. Kristie Janczyk and violinist Matthew Vincent, this truly unique tasting allows guests to listen to famous musical compositions by Mozart, Vivaldi, Chopin, Beethoven and more, while tasting Buena Vista Winery's finest wines.

07/29/16

The Peju family's second winery, Liana Estates, has opened at the former site of Acacia Winery.

07/29/16

Last Saturday night, Festival Napa Valley, Jan and Maria Manetti Shrem along with Far Niente Winery hosted an awesome tribute to the first lady of Napa Valley wine, Margrit Mondavi, on the eve of her 91st birthday.

07/29/16

Construction of large warehouses has reached unprecedented levels in Solano and Napa counties, with millions of square feet under construction and millions more ready to come out of the ground and options for already available space evaporate, according to new research

07/28/16

"We had a really good set this year. Although the bunches haven't closed, yet, the clusters look like they should be nice and full. And, with much more rain this winter than we've had in a few years, the vines have enough canopy and growth to support the amount of fruit that's on them."

07/28/16

Lava Vine is located in a commercially zoned area and carries with it a unique permit that allows wine production from grapes grown outside Napa Valley, a rare and unusual combination these days.

07/27/16

Vintner Sean McBride said his business, Crosby Roamann, is more than just about making wine.

07/27/16

with four decades of winemaking behind him, 69-year-old Peterson is still intent on keeping his zin cred. He has a new wine label and a book in the making

07/27/16

Rutherford Dust Society hosted its 16th annual "Day in the Dust" trade and media event on Wednesday, July 13, at the historic Inglenook.

07/27/16

"Two years ago this month, Michael took the first step in the task of arranging for his succession at Groth. We hired Cameron Parry to become winemaker. Today we announce the completion of that task."

07/26/16

Winemaker Blends His Devotion to Family and Craft to Create Extraordinary Herrera Wines

07/26/16

Saralee's Vineyard, 200 acres the couple planted in 1989, grew to offer some of the best grapes in the Russian River Valley. Jackson Family Wines, having sourced its pinot noir and chardonnay grapes from the Kundes, bought the Windsor property in 2012. Now the Santa Rosa-based company plans to open the property and the refurbished barn to visitors as the La Crema Estate at Saralee's Vineyard. The estate is the latest example of how longtime wineries are feeling pressure to up their game for a better and more customized visitor experience.

07/26/16

Bay Area Development Co. announced it has completed financial funding for Wine Country Cases in Napa. The financing allowed the custom wine box fabricator to create 50 new, local jobs and to purchase a 78,612-square-foot building located at 612 Airpark Road in Napa

07/26/16

The sale will close a chapter in Sonoma County winemaking circles. Hambrecht in 2011 teamed up with vintner Phil Hurst and winemaker Paul Dolan to form Truett-Hurst Inc., which became a publicly traded company designed to manufacture private and custom labels to large retailers

07/25/16

Fountaingrove growers to hold August event -- Cline Family Wine Cellars adds to winemaking team -- Packaging conference to be held in Yountville

07/25/16

Fifty years ago this month, the landscape of Napa Valley changed when Robert Mondavi opened his winery along California Route 29 in Oakville.

07/25/16

Proceeds Benefit Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch and to be Used for Animal Welfare, Rescue, and Sanctuary

07/25/16

Launched in 2010 by industry veterans Dan and Katy Leese and entrepreneur Pete Kight as a wine production, sales and marketing company, Sonoma's V2 Wine Group has reached an annual volume of about 600,000 cases and revenues of just under $65 million.

07/22/16

The fire has burned 10 acres, but fire crews are staring some containment. Fire chief Mike Randolph says there are six engines, one water tender, and a helicopter to dump water on scene. Three more engines are in route. A Cal Fire helicopter has also joined the effort.

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