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01/22/21

Jeff Kandarian is promoted to Executive Vice President, Winemaking. Michael Abernathy, who joined the team as Assistant Winemaker in 2016, is promoted to Winemaker, and the team will hire a new Assistant Winemaker

01/22/21

The sales closing date is January 31, 2021, see Erin Kirschenmann's article in the December 2020 WBM.

01/22/21

The 9-acre vineyard and 43-acre property will now be tended to and farmed by Adam Tolmach, winemaker/proprietor of The Ojai Vineyard, which has produced a Fe Ciega Pinot Noir since 2003.

01/22/21

The group focuses on promoting the quality of grapes grown and wines produced in the St. Helena AVA and consists of 50 winery members and 25 grape growers. In recent years, the organization has organized an annual fundraiser, given money for scholarships to students at St. Helena High School and been active in other programs in the St. Helena community.

01/22/21

According to ABC7 meteorologist Sandhya Patel, the first one will bring cooler air and scattered showers early Friday morning.

01/22/21

the collection of owners allege in the lawsuit that Gov. Newsom and public health officials "have not provided scientific evidence showing that outdoor dining is more dangerous than other permitted activities."

01/22/21

Monticelli, a native of Pistoia in Italy's Tuscany region whose family are vintners, graduated magna cum laude from Fresno State in 1969 with a bachelor's degree in viticulture and enology. He started working for Gallo the following year.

01/22/21

Some admit their financial strength is declining but 79 percent say they're "good" to "rock solid." At the same time nearly half say selling is a possibility, something they'd seriously consider, or consider likely.

01/22/21

Wine Institute sought to quantify the damage to make the point that the stakes for the industry are high - and will continue to mount if it doesn't invest in more research about how to mitigate the effects of wildfire and smoke on wines in the future.

01/22/21

"I am so proud of her what this means to all of us. We've been supporting Kamala all these years," Brown said.

01/22/21

The North Bay's four counties that drive the most tourism traffic to the region's economy - Napa, Sonoma, Marin and Solano counties - all recorded year-over-year drops in hotel occupancy rates in December, according to the latest hotel data.

01/22/21

Almost half of the country's wineries are prepared to go up for sale in the coming year.

01/22/21

A new study has revealed an alarming number of California households collectively owe more than $1 billion in debt stemming from failure to pay water bills over the past year. The California Water Board released the results of the survey on Tuesday, which show that 1.6 million households have water debt. That totals 12 percent of the state.

01/22/21

The 'UC Wolfskill' Walnut Will Allow Earlier Harvest

01/22/21

Premiere Napa Valley will be held June 1-5 for 2021 only. Premiere, a barrel tasting and wine auction open only to the wine and beverage trade has always been held in February.

01/22/21

Joe Biden is in the White House, but what does that mean for an under-pressure wine industry?

01/21/21

For 46 years, Casa Garden on 2760 Sutterville Road has been the site of many festive gatherings, smiles and great food. But the restaurant sat empty Wednesday and has been since March 2020 due to COVID-19.

01/21/21

Little vials of wine nestled carefully into a box are waiting for you to take them home. Available at some local wineries, the bottles come in packs of five or six, hold 1 to 4 ounces of wine each, and are the latest iteration of pandemic life.

01/21/21

There were many losses when the pandemic forced shutdowns in March, but Pete Stolpman of Stolpman Vineyards in the Santa Ynez Valley says a quick pivot to email marketing turned into a major win.

01/21/21

Long-running and repeated closures of key sales channels are likely to have more impact than the Great Recession, post-9/11 recession, natural disasters such as North Coast wildfires and East Coast hurricanes, and the decline in North Coast wine sales in the late 1980s.

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