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the smallest harvest for 40 years.

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25% lower than the average harvest over the last five years

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Firefighters stopped the forward progress of the Hopkins Fire in Mendocino Sunday evening, but not before fast-moving flames destroyed several homes in the Black Oak Estates neighborhood of the unincorporated Mendocino County community of Calpella.

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The Califonria Water Resources Control Board will issue additional curtailment orders to both surface and groundwater diverters in the coming days, directing recipients to cease any diversions that may be occurring on their property, except for limited ongoing diversions needed to provide water for basic human health

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Eateries face uncertain demand, nervous diners and staffing struggles; some chains and franchisees remain split over indoor dining

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These upcoming requirements were announced along with several other actions the Biden Administration is taking to encourage vaccination:

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The bonus amount varies depending on how many hours the employee has worked this summer and fall and will range from $1,000 to $200

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Real-estate magnate and rugby team owner Jacky Lorenzetti adds the St.-Estèphe winery to his growing collection of top Left Bank estates

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Jeff Butler is an author and workplace strategist who helps organizations create workplaces where employees thrive.

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The Rack & Riddle winemaking team works with a vineyard crew on a new grape-crushing project during harvest for sparkling wine at the Thomson Vineyards in Napa County on Sept. 3, 2021.

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China's near-quarantine status as a country also helps drive interest in local wine. Unable to go abroad, travel-thirsty consumers are discovering their homeland. And while Covid outbreaks can disrupt travel, the skies and rails have largely remained open, with the State Council predicting domestic trips in second-half 2021 to be 88 percent of 2019 levels.

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Paul will work closely with US manager Tiffany Eicholz to develop business in several territories across the United States.

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If anyone is qualified to make the argument that winemaking is an art form, it's Bibi Graetz, an abstract artist by training, son of a sculptor, and for 20 years now, maker of some of Tuscany's most-coveted wines. Artist or no, Graetz's inner winemaker was honestly born, with a childhood spent in the family's medieval castle on a hillside in Fiesole, near Florence, surrounded by a few acres of vines. And by 2000, the winemaker prevailed, with the first vintage of Bibi Graetz wines.

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S is the first new product introduced by Ray Signorello and French, and the inclusion of thoughtfully sourced Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot from the northern part of the valley offers increased intensity, plushness and opulence

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The City of West Hollywood issued an emergency executive order Friday to require proof of full COVID-19 vaccination for patrons entering indoor portions of most businesses, including restaurants, bars and gyms.

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Over Labor Day weekend, the federal government ended its so-called enhanced-unemployment-benefits program, reaching the dreaded "benefits cliff." The benefits, unusually generous by the standards of this country, staved off evictions and allowed many people to hold off on returning to jobs they may have felt were unsafe or were otherwise undesirable. Already, some restaurateurs are excitedly telling the New York Post that this could mean, at long last, the end of their ongoing staffing woes.

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Close up of old bush vine. Bodegas Piqueras. It is a town that, many times, gets passed up as one drives from Valencia on the central eastern coast to the city of Madrid without the person knowing ...

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Proceeds from the celebrity duo's new Cabernet-Syrah blend will benefit Kutcher's Thorn and Hawk's Skatepark Project. Plus, a Rhône white charity wine celebrates Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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To host 134 small winegrowers and winemaking groups in the Ñuble area

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When your favorite boutique winery gets gobbled up by a corporate giant, is it always a bad thing?

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As a hazy mist rose out from the hills along a Mount Airy vineyard and the early-morning skies radiated a soft pink glow, only the hustling of grape-pickers could be heard in the otherwise silent terrain.

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It is a passport. It's basically allowing you to check in, allowing you to plan a visit, and learning about every winery that there is here in the state.

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Businesses can now order liquor and get it delivered like beer and wine. Before, restaurant staff would have to go to multiple warehouses to pick up their liquor orders.

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The Health Secretary revealed this morning that Covid jab passports won't be introduced as a measure to fight the virus as we enter the winter months.

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Changes have prompted widespread confusion, particularly for those planning to travel to Europe in the coming months.

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Rotten Grape Vineyards will start hosting group tours starting next month; appointments can be made via Feeld.

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Residents in a Sydney tower block under a strict coronavirus lockdown are having their alcohol deliveries policed.

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Garden lounges for sipping, $950 cabernet flights, even barrel rolls in a biplane: The newest oenophile experiences are deluxe-and cost a pretty penny.

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Brits consumed twice as much wine as Americans per capita in 2020, research has revealed.

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With vaccination rates over 90% and state-of-the-art virus mitigation systems in place, the Wine School of Philadelphia opens its doors in October.

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This year alone, as many as 60,000 people have had to evacuate due to wildfires that to date have burned 1.9 million acres.

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- Company Proclaims its Thanks to Professional Truck Drivers and Warehouse Employees through Week-long Celebrations -