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02/27/17

A new winery will be built only a couple of blocks from the subdivisions of Napa on Salvador Avenue

02/27/17

Jeff Marchini and others in the Central Valley here bet their farms on the election of Donald J. Trump. His message of reducing regulations and taxes appealed to this Republican stronghold, one of Mr. Trump's strongest bases of support in the state

02/27/17

62 successful trade bidders, including 12 that had not previously purchased lots, showed their enthusiasm for acquiring the limited-release offerings through fast-paced, energetic paddle-raising that resulted in $4.2 million to support the mission of the NVV

02/27/17

One hundred and seventy-two wines went under the hammer, raising an estimated $3.7 million. An additional 43 Napa Valley wines were sold online, raising nearly $500,000

02/27/17

For three weeks, Oroville Dam's fractured main spillway and the surrounding hillsides have taken a nearly nonstop pounding. The stunning waterfall crashing down what's left of the 3,000-foot concrete span has split the spillway in two and carved massive canyons on either side

02/24/17

... part of a historic new land use agreement for Stewarts Point Ranch that marries elements of cultural preservation, habitat protection, outdoor recreation and economic development through logging

02/24/17

California's Central Valley is home to the raisin capital of the world, but now farmers are ripping up tens of thousands of acres of vines, as the American market for the dried fruit has itself dried up. Photo/Video: Jake Nicol/The Wall Street Journal

02/24/17

Michael Honig recently discussed his goals as chairman of the Napa Valley Vintners' board of directors for 2017: to raise vintners' positive profiles in the community and to grow the reputation of Napa Valley wines overseas. Honig, president of Honig Vineyard & Winery in Rutherford, took over this month from Emma Swain, CEO of St. Supéry Estate Vineyards & Winery as volunteer head of the 525-member trade organization founded in 1944.

02/24/17

The Kozlowski Farms family, known for its legendary pies and specialty food items that have been a staple of the natural foods realm for generations, has decided to put its 21-acre Forestville farm on the market for $8.9 million

02/24/17

After five years of drought, the heavens are opening, but timing will determine the vintage quality

02/23/17

The latest proposal calls for two buildings totaling 24,210 square feet producing 60,000 gallons annually. Proposed visitation has dropped from 500 people daily to 25 people daily

02/23/17

A proposed winery that would join a new mansion on a Rutherford-area property raised concerns not over any expected flood of tourists, but over literal floodwaters.

02/23/17

The Sonoma Vintage Report will bring together the North Coast's foremost winemakers, scientists and vineyard managers to reflect on the 2016 harvest

02/23/17

After five years of drought, the heavens are opening, but timing will determine the vintage quality

02/23/17

In another signal that the craft beer industry has fully arrived in Sonoma County, Santa Rosa Junior College is establishing a curriculum that will allow local beer lovers to turn their passion into a career.

02/23/17

Costello was named master sommelier in North America through the Court of Master Sommeliers in 2015. He currently serves as the Wine Director at Mandarin Oriental in Las Vegas

02/23/17

Residents are concerned that plans to cut down 14,000 oak trees to make way for grapevines will impact groundwater, fish habitat and climate change mitigation

02/23/17

Both father and daughter took viticulture and enology classes at Los Positas College. When Alexandra married Chris Atterbury the wine at the reception was co-created by the father and daughter

02/22/17

A salon worker at the Bernardo Winery complex of shops was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday morning, a sheriff's official said.

02/22/17

The university will no longer be required to dump thousands of litres of wine a year and could start selling bottles for up to $100

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