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02/18/19

The list highlights "reasonably priced restaurants" - which Michelin defines as places where two courses and a glass of wine or dessert cost $40 or less, before tax and tip

02/18/19

proposal to create the 34-acre Le Colline vineyard project by removing 24.5 acres of forest and 9 acres of grassland proved to be an attention-getter because the property is next to Linda Falls nature preserve

02/18/19

Presidio Companies/TPC St. Helena Partners LLC, claims that Las Alcobas hotel partners Sam and David Leizorek (and companies they control) failed to fulfill contractual obligations and fraudulently promised "brand standards" for the luxury spa and resort.

02/18/19

Though you will still see a lot of Rhone varietals being grown in the Templeton Gap, there are fewer people growing varietals such as Mourvedre or Grenache that tend to like the long warm ripening days and are so popular elsewhere in the region.

02/18/19

"Expecting a California governor, who must represent the interests of all its people, to pick one side only in California's ongoing water battles is simply unrealistic.… He is not going to alienate a sizable and powerful water industry. "Dance, sing, have a few drinks and celebrate."

02/18/19

The westbound lanes have been closed since early Friday morning. Crews are attempting to create a waterproof barrier that would shield it from flooding and allow the closed lanes to reopen, according to Caltrans officials.

02/18/19

The appellation blends are excellent, especially for their low price, while the single-vineyard expressions from estate parcels such as Oliver's, Rosemary's and Rincon are age-worthy and coveted by collectors

02/18/19

The 19th annual World of Pinot Noir (WOPN), the wine world's foremost event dedicated to celebrating Pinot Noir, is only two weeks away, and tickets are going fast.

02/18/19

"We're really excited about what's going on because this year we're bottling 30 different wines from up and down the state. We're really emphasizing, of course, the San Joaquin valley but we're getting fruit from Napa and Sonoma," says Kevin Smith, business and marketing lecturer for the Fresno State Winery.

02/18/19

With rising sea levels, UC researchers say the stretch of Highway 37 between the Petaluma River and Lakeville Highway is at risk of "permanent inundation" by the end of the century. The highway is the primary commuter and commercial route between Highway 101 and Interstate 80, carrying about 45,000 vehicles a day. There isn't a convenient alternative.

02/18/19

What made you move from restaurants to winemaking? "I was thinking, I'm not going to be working the floor all my life ..."

02/18/19

Long time pioneer of the Paso Robles Wine Appellation, Gary Eberle will celebrate his 40 years at Eberle Winery with a year-long tribute to his longevity and success in the world's wine industry

02/15/19

Comments for the West Sonoma Coast appellation are now due by April 15, the agency said last week. The new appellation would encompass 141,846 acres and be located within the Sonoma Coast and Fort Ross-Seaview viticultural areas.

02/15/19

The El Niño weather pattern is finally here, but the consensus among meteorologists is that it's unlikely to have a significant impact on the weather in the Bay Area.

02/15/19

Eighth Street Wineries-Sonoma invites wine lovers to their 2019 annual open house on Saturday, Feb. 23.

02/15/19

Most people think it's too hot to grow wine grapes in southern California. Yet, Wine Enthusiast just named Temecula as one of the top 10 wine destinations in the world. What makes the climate there conduce to wine growing?

02/15/19

The 2016 Stolo Estate Pinot Noir at $42.00 (380 cases made) is an elegant revelation. The 50% stem inclusion in this wine seems to elevate the already bright aromatics of high-toned cherries, violets and a distant suggestion of salinity

02/15/19

Now in its seventh year, the WiVi Central Coast wine industry conference and tradeshow has become the largest wine industry event in Central and Southern California. The show will be held March 13, 2019 at the Paso Robles Event Center. Early registration discounts for the session program and tradeshow end today. By registering early, guests can save on the biggest event of the year and gain admission to Bottle Bash: Central Coast, the local edition of Wine Business Monthly's infamous party that kicks off the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium.

02/14/19

Addition of 45 BevMo! stores to platform expands selection of on-demand beer, wine and spirits with signature one-hour delivery

02/14/19

It's typical for new governors to shake up key posts even when the transfer of power remains within a party, and the appointments Newsom announced in his State of the State showed he's moving in his own direction in policy areas considered a priority by his predecessor, former Gov. Jerry Brown, a fellow Democrat.

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