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05/22/17

"I remember looking out over the Nebbiolo and saying, 'I'll graft all of you,'" says grower Stephy Terrizzi of the notoriously stubborn Italian grapevines, these ones with fruit destined for her Giornata wines.

05/22/17

In 2014, he sold the company to Argentine billionaire Alejandro Bulgheroni. "It just felt like time" to sell, Pope said. "It was either that go to the bank and borrow money to expand. I sold him a nice company with zero debt and great track record."

05/22/17

Wild Chinook salmon, probably the most prized seafood item on the West Coast, could all but vanish from California within a hundred years, according to a report released Tuesday.

05/22/17

Why flowering is most important time for making wine

05/19/17

The Kendall-Jackson owner adds a Sta. Rita Hills Pinot Noir and Chardonnay star to its expanding portfolio

05/19/17

California growers, researchers prepare for dry spells to come; drip irrigation goes underground.

05/19/17

Sonoma County's zoning board agreed Thursday to seek a temporary freeze on new commercial development in the rural town of Freestone so that inconsistencies in local land-use designations for the area can be resolved before any new proposals are considered.

05/19/17

If you're the DIY type with HGTV on lock, Sunset Celebration weekend may be your happy place. Acres and acres of inspired home and garden design, peppered with celebrity chefs and artisanal cocktails. Widgets and gidgets to make your house smarter, and a "glamp" site to make your Coleman stove weep. It's Sunset magazine's annual ode to lifestyle, at Cornerstone Gardens May 20 and 21.

05/19/17

This is the wrong location for such a large development, and it is difficult to imagine that it could be allowed.

05/19/17

new study by researchers from UCLA and the University of Houston reveals significant groundwater loss in California's Central Valley during the recent drought and sparks questions of sustainability

05/19/17

Acquisition deepens company's exploration into Sta. Rita Hills

05/19/17

Purple Heart Wines (www.purpleheartwines.com/) is delighted to announce John Moynier will assume the role of head winemaker at Purple Heart Wines effective immediately. After working with C. Mondavi and Family for over 30 years and serving in the military for four, John was a natural choice to lead the brand.

05/19/17

This post is sponsored by Kendall-Jackson but the opinions within are those of The Everygirl editorial board.

05/19/17

As Auction Napa Valley approaches June 1-4, Robin Daniel Lail can look back with many memories, but probably few are more rewarding than her part in launching what was then called the Napa Valley Wine Auction.

05/19/17

The wine industry took to the trails Wednesday morning at Westwood Hills Park, as winery and office employees-turned-volunteers set about sprucing up one of the city's two major hiking parks

05/18/17

A woman was assaulted earlier this month while waking in grape vineyards near McFarland, deputies said.

05/18/17

The Department of Labor says that 70 workers here on a visa were housed in a dangerous and unsanitary encampment.

05/18/17

Gov. Jerry Brown's $124 billion revised budget would maintain $4.4 million for a pest and disease prevention program, but citrus industry leaders want money specifically for huanglongbing. Meanwhile, FFA leaders lament a proposed cut of $15...

05/18/17

Californian wine store Mission Wines and Spirits has teamed up with Amazon Prime Now to launch a fast, one-hour delivery service

05/18/17

I was disappointed, but not surprised, to see the front- page article on the Altamura's proposal to build a huge resort at the corner of Trancas Street and Silverado Trail ("Altamuras revive hotel project," May 16).

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