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07/24/17

With E-85 ethanol, diesel exhaust fluid, compressed natural gas, and propane Autogas plus six fast-fill compressed natural gas dispensers and a Tesla supercharger EV station, where up to eight vehicles can charge up in 20 minutes

07/24/17

meeting the requirements of the International Organization of Standardization, a Geneva, Switzerland-based organization that sets various industrial, proprietary and commercial standards, including those for wine analysis

07/24/17

Of the 12 wines Halter Ranch entered, nine were awarded Gold Medals, two were awarded Silver Medals and one received a Bronze Medal from the panel of 19 expert judges during the blind-tasting competition, held June 20-21

07/24/17

a look at succession planning at Groth and Pahlmeyer ...

07/24/17

The 121-acre vineyard borders the company's Carneros Lake and Las Amigas vineyards. Famed winemaker André Tchelistcheff once made wine from grapes from the vineyard

07/24/17

Spot market pricing of California wine grapes is up on news that supply is more closely aligned with demand, says an industry leader

07/24/17

Fifty Napa County businesses were recognized last Thursday for their commitment to environmental sustainability at the inaugural Napa County Green Business Celebration

07/24/17

Free-range turkey pioneer Willie Benedetti hopes someday to be playing with grandchildren in a house he'd like to build for one of his sons on his 267-acre ranch near Valley Ford. But he said that's not possible because of a new Marin County law meant to preserve agricultural lands that would force him to keep farming if he constructs the new dwelling

07/24/17

Napa County Planning Commissioners on Wednesday praised two proposed wine-related warehouses for aesthetics. Portocork plans to build one and Del Dotto the other in the unincorporated airport industrial area between Napa and American Canyon

07/24/17

the tourists are likely to be aware of the speed limit of 55 mph, but if they are looking for a destination, or not familiar with the surroundings, or purely just want to enjoy the view, they are going to drive slower

07/21/17

Officials at the San Joaquin Valley air district say they can't meet some federal standards.

07/21/17

"Wine country is no surprise to Central Coast residents, but people around the country are slowly starting to learn our secret"

07/21/17

Legislation by Rep. David Valadao, R-Hanford, offers a window into the unrelenting mindset of California's agricultural lobby as it seeks to secure water for well-funded farming groups

07/21/17

Santa Rosa is positioning itself as the epicenter of quality pot. The city released a comprehensive draft ordinance June 30 that sets zoning guidelines for medical marijuana, opening up more options for businesses by lifting a two-dispensary cap that has existed within city limits since 2005. Santa Rosa would be one of the few places in the state to allow the manufacture of hash oil and tinctures. The city would collect 2 percent of gross receipts from growers and 1 percent of gross receipts from manufacturers, special fees assessed on top of other taxes

07/21/17

SommCon returns to San Diego, CA, November 15-17, 2017, bringing together beverage industry professionals of all levels to discuss, develop and lead the conversation on the business of wine

07/21/17

More than 350 square miles of land has burned so far this year, and the Detwiler Fire west of Mariposa continued to pose danger to historic small communities that have been emptied out by evacuations since the fire began Sunday

07/21/17

With Sonoma County Winegrowers well on their way to becoming the first 100% sustainable winegrowing region in the United States, now is the time to expand educational efforts to key stake holders including sommeliers, wine buyers and consumers.

07/21/17

Constellation Brands has leased 27,000 square feet of office space in south Napa as the new home for its North Coast offices, currently located in St. Helena.

07/21/17

Gov. Jerry Brown and legislative leaders managed to extend California's cap-and-trade law.

07/21/17

the $47-billion agriculture industry is trying to bring technological innovation up to warp speed before it runs out of low-wage immigrant workers

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