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07/31/15

Eleven months after the 2014 earthquake, another round of post-tremor repairs lies ahead - for broken pavement.

07/31/15

Today the 600-acre vineyard is 50 percent cabernet sauvignon; the other half grows cabernet franc, malbec, petit verdot, merlot, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc and a small parcel of sangiovese -- perhaps, six centuries of wine experience tells you never say never.

07/31/15

Owner and CEO Michael Dorf's optimistic plan never really connected with local residents. The restaurant received a tepid reception and "some of the nights" shows sold out, but the venue never achieved the response he'd hoped for

07/31/15

The facility's look and feel are defined by a massive wall of wreathing steel, dramatic sloped roofs, and ample reinforced concrete. Sustainable features, however, are hidden in plain sight

07/31/15

The fire was 5 percent contained as of Thursday night and had scorched 13,500 acres

07/31/15

as a result of his charity golf tournaments and concerts, Bruce Cohn has given millions of dollars to Sonoma County nonprofits, including the Sonoma Valley Education Foundation, as well as to his favorite veterans' organizations

07/30/15

If there were really a God, wouldn't the Almighty tell us to chase our dreams and then cut a check to cover the costs? Well that divine check hasn't come yet for many of us, including some vintners.

07/30/15

Top Chef star Brooke Williamson and a panel of food and wine experts will judge entries, in part, on how well they pair with Gloria Ferrer's Sonoma Brut. Entries must be submitted by Aug. 31. (For official rules, visit www.gloriousbites.com.)

07/30/15

On Saturday, Aug. 15, from 1 to 3:30 p.m., the second ZAP Simply Summer Celebration (of Zinfandel) will be hosted on Seghesio Family Vineyards' Home Ranch in Alexander Valley ...

07/29/15

"We have purchased grapes from this property for years, often blending select lots into our Rutherford Ranch line of Chardonnays. When the Branagan family, which has owned the property since the early 1900's, said they wanted to sell the vineyard, my family jumped at the opportunity. 2015 will be our first harvest as owners and plan on using the fruit in our Rutherford Ranch and Scott brand portfolio."

07/29/15

During its 10th anniversary season, the festival offerings have expanded in depth, breadth and deep-pocket fundraising for public school arts education programs, free community concerts and Napa Valley Youth Symphony scholarships

07/29/15

The week-old fire was given a burst of energy by rising temperatures, wind gusts and low humidity, said Daniel Berlant, a spokesman for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection

07/29/15

Taking full advantage of a spectacular, approximately 20-acre wine country setting, this graceful blend of architecture and agriculture at 6201 Starr Road in Windsor is situated on a gently sloping knoll and encircled by approximately 16 acres of high-quality Pinot Noir vineyards. Mature oaks and breathtaking wine country views create a stunning backdrop

07/28/15

The old conventional thinking was that big crops don't produce great vintages. James Laube says that just isn't true ...

07/28/15

Napa County exported $343 million dollars' worth of goods in 2014, an 8 percent increase over 2013 and more than double that of 10 years ago

07/28/15

A San Francisco couple who want to build a winery and creamery on Sonoma Mountain Road overlooking Bennett Valley will have to undergo a significantly more extensive planning and environmental review process under terms reached in a settlement deal between the county and neighbors who opposed the project.

07/28/15

The still-to-be-named limited-liability company will have Tom Rouse as its president, and Kenwood Investments founder Darius Anderson as its managing member, along with additional investors and a small staff - fewer than six employees based in Sonoma. Both Anderson and Rouse have extensive backgrounds working in the food business

07/28/15

Two new restaurants opened earlier this year: Evangeline, in the long-vacant Wappo Cafe space near the main intersection; and Sam's Social Club, at the 27-acre Indian Springs Resort on the north end of town. There also have been a handful of renovations at such renowned restaurants as Solbar, JoLe and the Calistoga Inn

07/27/15

"As a family-owned wine company, Vintage Wine Estates is particularly interested in preserving heritage wineries such as B.R. Cohn, and taking them into the future. We are looking forward carrying on the legacy of B.R. Cohn which we consider one of the crown jewels of Sonoma Valley."

07/27/15

Pat Roney touted the benefits of new ownership without the debt that hampered Cohn. "We are not financially restrained and we will be able to buy new barrels and do a lot of work on differed maintenance," he said.

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