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12/19/14

Sonoma State University will host two receptions for potential candidates of their MBA programs on the SSU campus on Saturday, January 17th. The receptions - 9:30-10:30 am for the Executive Wine MBA and 11:00 am-12:00 pm for the Evening-, Evening Wine- and General Executive MBA - will help professionals determine if an MBA is the right step to help them reach their career goals while also connecting them with peers over coffee and a light breakfast.

12/19/14

the West Napa Fault line is longer than previously thought, and capable of a much stronger, more destructive earthquake in the future

12/19/14

Ten miles west of Santa Rosa last Friday, a handful of Russian River Valley vineyards were almost completely underwater.

12/19/14

Experts warn: "Much more devastating" quake could strike Napa Valley

12/19/14

With the United States and Cuba announcing plans to restore diplomatic relations, some Napa Valley winemakers are weighing the Caribbean nation's potential to become its newest market - small and impoverished though it may be.

12/18/14

The fault that caused that Napa quake is forecast to move an additional 2 to 6 inches in the next three years in a hard-hit residential area, a top federal scientist said at a meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco on Tuesday

12/17/14

Feeling the economic aftershocks of the Aug. 24 earthquake, Napa Valley lodging revenue dipped slightly in August and September, but rebounded in October, according to Clay Gregory, CEO of Visit Napa Valley.

12/17/14

According to Karen Clark & Co., 40 percent of the $1 billion in losses was residential, and the rest was from both commercial and industrial buildings.

12/17/14

"Herb was seen as a hero of sorts in the local community."

12/16/14

Vintage Wine Estates has promoted two executives, hired a third and expanded the responsibilities of a fourth to bolster its sales and marketing efforts.

12/16/14

For a brief time in the 1870s, Pine Flat, northeast of Healdsburg, was said to be the fastest growing town in Northern California. Today, there's nothing there.

12/16/14

Schweiger Vineyards welcomes Bill Wiebalk as their new general manager. Wiebalk comes to Schweiger with more than 20 years of experience in the wine industry and a managerial background in sales, marketing, budget forecasting and direct-to-consumer sales.

12/16/14

The Upvalley bore some of the storm's heaviest impacts, with several creeks reaching the flood-monitoring stage and and two road closures.

12/16/14

A controversial proposal to build the Yountville Hill Winery will likely be placed under the microscope of an environmental impact report.

12/16/14

More than 90% of the wines are from the highly anticipated 2013 vintage.

12/16/14

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Napa Valley announced today that it is launching a $4 million fundraising campaign to construct a new clubhouse in American Canyon. The Napa Valley Vintners (NVV) nonprofit trade association presented the group with an early Christmas gift by pledging $2 million from Auction Napa Valley proceeds to seed the project

12/16/14

Each of her clients has a page on the site with their holiday hours and an 'insider tip,' as well as their coordinates and background information.

12/16/14

'Would be happy to get trucks off road'

12/15/14

Looser government restrictions are key to envisioning wine in 2030

12/15/14

On the edge of his Sonoma vineyard aptly named Scintilla ("spark of an idea"), vintner Robert Sinskey has yanked out grapevines to make room for a few hundred oak and filbert trees ...

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