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10/20/21

Sonoma Collection is a family-owned venture featuring sustainably farmed wines honoring Sonoma Valley grape farmers. Sonoma Collection captured a top ten spot in Wine Business Monthly's annual Hot Brands in 2015.

10/20/21

Thursday, October 21st - wake and visitation hours at Christian Brothers Mont La Salle Chapel, 4401 Redwood Road, Napa from 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm. Friday, October 22nd - 10:00 am brief visitation, followed by funeral service at 10:30 am at Christian Brothers Mont La Salle Chapel. Light lunch to follow.

10/20/21

An all-day music and wine festival is raising money in support of Caldor Fire victims. Julissa is at Sierra Vista Winery in Placerville, finding out more!

10/20/21

Napa County created its agricultural preserve in 1968 to keep subdivisions, business parks and strip malls from paving over wine country.

10/20/21

Trefethen is the first winery to install Earthly Labs® CiCi® carbon capture technology and the two companies hope the technology, put in place for this year's harvest, will eventually help more wineries reduce their carbon footprints.

10/20/21

The négociant was launched in July 2020 to support a growing collection of wine estates in Napa Valley: Heitz Cellar, Burgess Cellars, Stony Hill Vineyards, as well as four new brands anchored by estate vineyards: Brendel and Ink Grade Estate.

10/20/21

Long before Karla Trotman took over Electro Soft Inc., the company started by her parents in 1986, she was deeply involved in the business. As a kid, she spent hours after school cutting wires by ...

10/20/21

Bulk wine sales decreased 52% from the previous year as the Company continues to increase the use of bulk wine inventories in its own cased goods production. Overall, total revenues increased 12% from the previous fiscal year.

10/20/21

Farmers say they sympathize with the desire for better wages, but they face equipment and parts shortages. A long strike could affect the food supply chain and their bottom lines.

10/20/21

"Covid-19 exposed existing structural weaknesses in the wine industry. A large proportion of the Cape's wine farms have been too reliant on domestic wine sales."

10/20/21

Carbon sequestration, pollinator habitat restoration and simple composting: An increasing number of the region's winegrowers are going beyond sustainability. Here's how to see, and taste, the fruits of their labors.

10/19/21

Founded in 2014 by the Andrew Busch family, the estate is southeast of Sta. Rita Hills appellation.

10/19/21

Napa Valley vintners have started using nesting barn owls for pest control in an effort to move away from toxic pesticides while making wine.

10/19/21

Beyond that, each system does whatever it can to neutralize the pH, or acidity, of wastewater and get it to the point where it can be put back out into the watershed via irrigation, or in certain cases, can be pumped back into the sewer system.

10/19/21

Mike Eaton, vice president of supply chain management for Jackson Family Winery, said it's mostly a labor issue. Big wineries like his are able to make the wine, but suppliers aren't able to move it.

10/19/21

The new premium wine club sends six exclusive bottles every quarter.

10/19/21

Riboli Paso Robles LLC seeks to purchase the 160-acre estate and vineyard property at 2380 Live Oak Road for a bid of about $9 million if tests indicate there is enough quality water to irrigate vines

10/19/21

A new reality emerges for metalworkers as the gap between steel and scrap prices closes

10/19/21

get set, go ... booking hotel rooms for Unified is like buying tickets for Taylor Swift ...

10/19/21

The latest bar to join Oakland's natural wine scene sports a glittery disco ball and accessible options by the bottle

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