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08/21/19

Casillero del Diablo, Trivento and Frontera Offer In-App Access to Drizly Beverage Delivery Service Alongside Mobile AR Experiences

08/21/19

The 2019-2020 value of all locally assessed taxable property in Sonoma County is at an all-time high total value of $94.2 billion, an increase of $5.26 billion above last year's local assessment roll, according to a memo that will be presented to the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday by Deva Marie Proto, the county clerk-recorder-assessor.

08/21/19

September is California Wine Month, Wine Institute's annual celebration of the harvest season.

08/21/19

Open since April in the space formerly occupied by longtime Zinfandel producer Renwood, Rombauer's outpost signals a significant - and somewhat controversial - development in a region where tastings are routinely free and typically top out at $10.

08/21/19

We must make an argument we spend most of our time resenting. ... A look at the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) official page of potential penalties for license shows the department's priorities. The top two things ABC seems to want to prevent are selling liquor to minors, and selling liquor to intoxicated people

08/21/19

The Napa Valley Vintners Association had 100 wineries members in 1995 and put on three marketing programs. It now has 550 members and sponsors 80 programs ...

08/21/19

Free the Grapes! is pleased to announce the appointment of Tablas Creek Vineyard Partner and General Manager Jason Haas to its Board of Directors.

08/21/19

Employees of one of California's 54 district agricultural associations misspent hundreds of thousands of dollars in state money, and the agency in charge of oversight failed to catch the violations for years, according to an audit released Tuesday

08/21/19

Tasting experiences to combine at popular Highwayman Tasting Parlor at Cornerstone Sonoma

08/21/19

Dolores Huerta, a social activist and labor leader who marched with Cesar Chavez, was arrested Tuesday along with seven other union members during a protest to demand a raise for Fresno county home care workers.

08/21/19

The Napa County Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted a resolution Tuesday that will let voters decide in March of next year whether commercial cannabis cultivation and sale will be allowed in the county

08/20/19

Shasta County winemaker Brandi Greene affirms there is plenty of room in the California viticulture industry if newcomers have guts and a strong pallet.

08/20/19

State liquor authorities are to investigate whether Amazon is sticking to the conditions of its liquor license.

08/20/19

Kendall-Jackson vows to continue leading their efforts and global movement, and are hopeful to see progress on the proposal soon.

08/20/19

With the costs related to making Napa County wine rising and the marketplace for selling wine getting more competitive, local producers are reaching deeper into their marketing toolboxes

08/20/19

In 2017, California's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) added glyphosate herbicide to its list of chemicals known to the state to cause cancer in the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, also known as Proposition 65.

08/20/19

Scheid Family Wines picked their first lot of Pinot Noir on August 15 from their small, cold-climate Isabelle's Vineyard.

08/20/19

McGregor brings his leadership skills and expertise as an operations and financing executive to the Emetry team during a period of rapid growth.

08/20/19

TOR's new Black Magic Experience will provide a true behind-the-curtains peek into the life of a vintner at the top of their game, as well as what goes into making 100-point wines at TOR.

08/20/19

Taste the Estate and Legacy Tastings highlights their estate grown wines, bountiful fruit and vegetable gardens, and culinary expertise.

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