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02/28/17

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02/28/17

California water authorities started slowing the outflow from the Oroville Dam's crippled spillway to allow workers to remove debris blocking a hydroelectric plant from working.

02/28/17

After serving five years as President of the Sonoma County Vintners Foundation, Dan Goldfield, partner and winemaker of Dutton-Goldfield Winery, has stepped down as President, transitioning the role to Mark Malpiede, Vice President of Sales & Marketing of Williams Selyem Winery, and a Sonoma County Vintners Board member.

02/28/17

A little winery atop a hill in American Canyon is taking a big step forward in developing the technology to re-use wastewater in the winemaking process.

02/28/17

People will soon be able to go wine tasting for the first time at a Napa County winery that is off the beaten track on Howell Mountain east of St. Helena.

02/28/17

Storms in California combined with already high river and creek levels and saturated ground...

02/28/17

A torrential downpour and unrelenting rain in California has brought some relief to winemakers following five years of drought, despite flooding in several vineyards and problems with landslides

02/28/17

Ascension Winery, established in 1882 by Andrew York, was the first winery on the California Coast. Renamed York Mountain Winery several years later, the winery operated until 2001, having the distinction of being the oldest continuously operating winery/tasting room on the coast. Following the 2003 San Simeon earthquake, which caused considerable structural damage, the facility was condemned.

02/28/17

Close observers and chroniclers of the number and immigration status of those working on farms believe the harvest and care of most of the state's agricultural crops will continue with little disruption.

02/28/17

A film about a California startup should be of interest to wine drinkers.

02/28/17

An environmental advocacy group that sued the city last year over water diversion at Bell Canyon Reservoir is now threatening a separate lawsuit over the long delay in the removal of the Upper York Creek Dam.

02/28/17

Today, Healdsburg hosts an upscale Wine Country lifestyle and the Lloyds' business, Big John's Market, reflects the tastes of its residents and vacationers. Following last year's $11.25 million expansion, the store now allows shoppers to sample pastries from a Costeaux French Bakery located inside, buy sustainably raised beef from Healdsburg's J Brand Cattle and feast on items from the deli, sushi bar and pizza and burrito bar.

02/28/17

Geneviève Janssens learned early that the secret to winemaking success is to focus on quality

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

02/27/17

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

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

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

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

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

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