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11/20/17

maybe it was inevitable ... transaction expected to close late in the second calendar quarter of 2018 ...

11/20/17

Taste Differences Between Willamette Valley Pinot Noir AVAs organized from the north to the south ...

11/20/17

Gallo's proposal has not yet been vetted by county planners and is a long way from becoming reality. But the story raises a question that is pertinent now: How big is too big in tranquil Lodi wine country? The new 65-acre winery is supposed to eventually employ 330 people full time, and even more during the harvest. Someday, if built to full capacity, it could process 150,000 tons of grapes per year.

11/20/17

Jeff Schechtman interviews Rob Anglin ... legal counsel for winegrowers of Napa County ....

11/20/17

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11/20/17

LITV, in partnership with Blue Note Napa, hosted a special benefit unplugged acoustic concert at the Margrit Mondavi Theatre in downtown Napa on November 3

11/20/17

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11/20/17

Family-owned distributors and their 74,000 workers will benefit

11/20/17

Gathering and housing so many workers will be hard, but the county's economy won't keep expanding without more housing, Christopher Thornberg said during an annual economic breakfast held at the Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country in Railroad Square

11/20/17

: We, the undersigned, registered and qualified voters of the County of Napa, hereby propose an initiative measure to amend the County of Napa General Plan and Napa County Code.

11/20/17

A large long-term study on the use of the big-selling weedkiller glyphosate by agricultural workers in the United States has found no firm link between exposure to the pesticide and cancer, scientists said Thursday

11/20/17

When last month's deadly wildfires chased Jonathan Umholtz and his family from their Sonoma County home for 16 days, the disruption seemed endless. It turns out, that was just the beginning

11/20/17

The court ruled that the 13 members of Amarone Families-Allegrini, Begali, Brigaldara, Guerrieri Rizzardi, Masi, Musella, Speri, Tedeschi, Tenuta Sant'Antonio, Tommasi, Torre d'Orti, Venturini and Zenato-must stop using "Amarone" to denote the name of a private group. Such usage, the court said, is an appropriation of the trademarked appellation of Amarone della Valpolicella

11/20/17

We team up in an effort to aid communities in Northern California affected by the wildfires.

11/20/17

... few talked about another potentially devastating problem: out-of-control fermentation at unattended wineries that lost power.

11/20/17

but while concerns over lukewarm visitorship continue to loom over winery business, optimistic overtones are also very much coursing through the industry.

11/20/17

Located on a redeveloping section of The Bowery the restaurant became best known as a favorite among wine lovers and industry insiders. Cappiello, through Rebelle and the now-departed restaurant Pearl & Ash, fostered that reputation with his leadership in a new movement in wine

11/20/17

Blending the old frontier with the new-age West, several local people are saddling up _ or hitching up _ to give folks a different way to sip wine

11/20/17

Indianapolis-based Easley Winery is sharing its excitement about the multi-million-dollar investment in property and equipment it has made in downtown Indianapolis. The expansion includes the addition of a fully-automated Italian bottling line, doubling the winery's production capacity.

11/20/17

It doesn't taste half bad?

11/20/17

Regusci is the latest winery to clean up code violations-something the county is encouraging-and also to secure additional, expanded operation rights

11/20/17

Capped at $1,000 per artist, the money can be used for anything, and doesn't necessarily need to be spent on art-related expenses

11/20/17

Sonoma County already knows what it needs to do. But the message was driven home last week by an economist who has studied the impacts of areas that have been hard hit by natural disasters

11/20/17

Patrick Maroteaux, owner of Château Branaire-Ducru on Bordeaux's Left Bank for nearly 30 years, has died aged 67