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09/22/17

"The competition for festivals is harder and harder every year," said Russ Novak, the event's brewery coordinator. "This year we put out a concerted effort, tried to get as many local breweries as we could."

09/22/17

US editor W. Blake Gray delves into Harlan's 200-year plan.

09/22/17

New research predicts that an increase in the frequency and magnitude of wildfires will double the rates of sedimentation in one-third of the West's large watersheds, reducing reservoir storage and affecting water supplies.

09/22/17

Shellshocked by an influential farm irrigation district's refusal to help pay for the Delta tunnels, advocates of the $17.1 billion project were scrambling Wednesday to salvage it or conjure up a Plan B.

09/22/17

With current moderate temperatures that are expected to continue, the harvest of the grapes in the Napa Valley has slowed down, allowing vintners and workers a chance to take a breath and allowing cabernet sauvignon grapes more time to ripen.

09/22/17

VinExpo, the largest wine exhibition and promotion in the world, has launched a new section called VinExpo Explorer. VinExpo CEO Guillaume Deglise announced in Vienna, Austria recently that the 2018 event will come to Sonoma County for a two-day experience Sept. 23 to 25.

09/22/17

"Wine Country Women of Napa Valley" spotlights 65 local females and is set to release on Oct. 24.

09/22/17

Results of a new online survey of more than 2,000 U.S. adults who recently visited California wine country were released on September 21, offering insights to wineries and local wine associations in understanding and enhancing the experience of visitors to wineries and regions.

09/22/17

Jackson Family Wines has just bottled its first single-vineyard Chardonnay from its property in South Africa.

09/22/17

There's a better and uber-convenient way to sip wine while tailgating this football season. Or, while tearing up the bocce court. Or, while floating down the Russian River, which was the inspiration behind Sans Wine Co., a Napa Valley-based company that's elevating the wine-in-a-can trend.

09/22/17

Sonoma County planning officials approved a proposal Thursday from a well-known local vintner who wants to build a winery and tasting room operation at the site of a vineyard he owns on Westside Road.

09/22/17

Bill Foley, who has sought to emulate the late wine magnate Jess Jackson while building Foley Family Wines into one of the largest wine companies in Sonoma County, has recruited one of the top executives at Jackson Family Wines to run his growing Santa Rosa wine business.

09/21/17

Peju will donate a portion of online sales to relief efforts for Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

09/21/17

"If the "Watershed & Oak Woodlands Initiative"is approved, new vineyards in the oak woodlands will be prohibited, buffer zones up to 125 feet wide will be required along water courses and a County permit will be required to cut any oak over 5 inches in diameter and a County "Use Permit" will be required for cutting 10 or more oaks"

09/21/17

Celebrating the passion and spirit of the garagiste winemaker, the festival features over 60 of California's best micro-wineries, pouring over 200 wines made from over 30 different grape varieties.

09/21/17

Barrel blasting, cover crop management, hospitality and sales, getting up close to drone action in the vineyards, equipment repair - Napa area high schoolers did it all this summer.

09/21/17

Andrea Mullineux is the co-owner and winemaker at Mullineux & Leeu Family Wines in South Africa's Swartland. A graduate at California UC Davis, Mullineux honed her skills in Napa Valley and Chateauneuf-du-Pape before returning to the Swartland with her husband Chris to open their winery in 2017.

09/21/17

Worldwide MerlotMe Movement Engages Millions

09/21/17

Results of a new online survey of more than 2,000 U.S. adults who recently visited California wine country were released today, offering insights to wineries and local wine associations in understanding and enhancing the experience of visitors to wineries and regions.

09/21/17

The board of Westlands Water District votes to withdraw its participation from WaterFix project.

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