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04/24/18

Lew Eisaguirre, President and CEO of Terravant Wine Company, announced today the appointment of Mike Jackson to the role of Chief Sales Officer and Tracey Mason to the role of Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer for the central coast-based wine company. The appointments come in the wake of the recent release of Terravant's long-term strategic plan to take company shipments from 900,000 to 3,000,000 by 2023.

04/24/18

The dry spell that began in October is considered "extreme" from southern California to central Kansas.

04/23/18

Fourth annual auction included two lots for wildfire relief that sold for a total of $99,000

04/23/18

California officials said Friday that eight major water projects qualify for a share of billions in state drought funds, an announcement that breathes new life into plans for two reservoir expansions in the Bay Area and two new massive dams in the Central Valley.

04/23/18

California-based establishment uses internet and voice services to enhance customer service and business operations

04/23/18

The real question for all of us is we're hearing quite a bit of softness around the U.S. from wholesalers. You have to dig deep to determine what that is. That includes everything from regional wineries to direct-to-consumer platforms like Winc, Drinks.com and Amazon.

04/23/18

Pinot noir and cabernet sauvignon battled it out Friday for the most popular varietal during the Sonoma County Barrel Auction held at MacMurray Ranch in Healdsburg

04/23/18

A record-setting $840,700 was raised, up six percent over the previous year, at the Fourth Annual Sonoma County Barrel Auction at MacMurray Estate Vineyards. ... the top earning lot of the day and the top selling red wine lot was one of two special 20-case "Sonoma Rising" barrel lots benefitting the Sonoma County Vintners Emergency Relief Fund. Sonoma Rising "Resilience", an elegant Pinot Noir produced with fruit from Russian River Valley and Sonoma Coast and crafted by the talented winemakers from AldenAlli, Arista Winery, Benovia Winery and Williams Selyem, fetched $70,000. Sonoma Rising "Fortitude", a once-­in-­a-­lifetime 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon from Aperture, Lambert Bridge Winery, Laurel Glen Vineyard and Mauritson Wines, was sold for $29,000. Together, they raised $99,000 to assist those who were affected by the October wildfires

04/23/18

As one says, "It's not going to be free to win this war, but it may be worth it."

04/20/18

Vineyard to Vintner will take place in one week, spread out among a handful of wineries in the shadow of the majestic Stags Leap Palisades. It's the spring celebration created by the Stags Leap Winegrowers Association in 1998 to welcome visitors to the valley's second oldest AVA.

04/20/18

It's easy to forget that vineyards are in fact working commercial farms. And to operate a farm ethically means a constant negotiation between doing what's best for the environment and getting the most from your crops. A new bill in Napa County aims to iron out that negotiation, but not everyone is thrilled

04/20/18

Proposal submitted to TTB would add newer acreage on two Delta islands

04/20/18

Legalization has brought with it many conundrums .. It has driven up the price of manufactured cannabis products ... It has also led to a new crop of consumers - many of them approaching senior citizenship - who may have tried cannabis as teens or young adults and want to try it again

04/20/18

In anticipation of the official opening of its new hospitality center on April 21, Brick Barn Wine Estate today announced its management team helmed by General Manager and industry veteran Tom O'Higgins.

04/20/18

Podcast focuses on insider stories and tips for exploring Northern Sonoma County

04/19/18

By and large the most prominent argument was to rethink parking and traffic in the Plaza area altogether, which some say is problematical now, even before the proposed Cheese Factory remodel

04/19/18

California's Premier Sparkling Winemaker Reflects On Her Legacy

04/19/18

"There's no desire to change what we're doing from a winemaking perspective," new president and CEO Robert Boyd told Wine Spectator. "There are no plans to make stylistic changes." Gaylon Lawrence's daughter Westin lives in Napa and will become involved in the business. Boyd said that the goal is not to change, increase production or grow the business. "That's not the case here. We're looking at a long-term family involvement."

04/19/18

Hotel occupancy rates were up in Sonoma, Solano, Marin and Napa counties, according to figures released by a travel data firm

04/19/18

Curry and her even-younger sister-in-law, 23-year-old Sydel Curry, are behind a new wine label, Domaine Curry, which Ayesha Curry announced on Instagram to immediate interest mere moments ago

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