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01/21/17

"Industry Update, written for the growers and customers of Allied.

01/21/17

Returning for the third year in a row to the Central Coast, the Vintage Report will host leading winemakers, vineyard managers and top scientists from the region

01/21/17

Napa County planners decided the proposed Sam Jasper Winery can be built to produce what the applicant calls "ultra-premium wines" along Silverado Trail northeast of Napa

01/21/17

"Our prayers were answered. Now what are we going to do with it?"

01/21/17

Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. has announced a recall of certain 12-ounce bottles of its pale ales, IPAs and other beers after detecting a packaging flaw that could cause a piece of glass to break off into the bottle

01/21/17

third of a three-part story about an early Napa family, the Jordans

01/21/17

he is a partner in Dutton-Goldfield Winery in Sebastopol and a co-owner of Dutton Ranch near Graton, where he and his brother Joe farm 200 acres of apples and 1,200 acres of wine grapes

01/21/17

A judge will have the final word in Napa County's multi-year Walt Ranch hillside vineyard development battle.

01/21/17

eleven leading Bay Area restaurants design Zinfandel paired menus

01/21/17

Though the grape boomed in the 1990s, Syrah is still suffering through an identity crisis. A community of small producers hopes to change that

01/21/17

Napa County issued its first winery rules exception of the new year to existing Laura Michael Wines near Calistoga and without the debate that usually goes with such often controversial requests.

01/21/17

A Jan. 16 piece in the Napa Valley Register touted four Napa Valley wine producers who would remove the term "port" on their fortified wine labels. This certainly is their prerogative and they should be respected for their decision. However, not all American fortified wine producers support the premise of their decision.

01/21/17

A former staff writer for Wine Business Monthly, Mick also wrote regularly for Napa Valley Life magazine. In 2008 the magazine named him one of the valley's most "intriguing" residents, citing his community work and groundbreaking websites

01/21/17

Napa County is already looking ahead to a 2017-18 budget that raises such questions as to whether county buildings should use 100 percent renewable energy

01/21/17

Meanwhile, the Sonoma Valley group will launch a new event, Signature Sonoma Valley, to be held this year on April 7-8. The fundraising event will not include an auction.

01/21/17

A sparkling conversation with the celebrated California champagne and winemaker, David Munksgard of Iron Horse Vineyards

01/20/17

Family-owned and -operated is a phrase used loosely in Napa Valley's wine industry. But Stewart Cellars, the latest wine tasting spot to pop up in downtown Yountville, is a literal representation of the definition

01/20/17

The California Department of Water Resources announced that State Water Project contractors will get at least 60 percent of normal supplies, an increase from a 45 percent allocation a month ago.

01/20/17

Land Trust of Napa County has secured the biggest development-repelling conservation easement in its history, covering an area near Mount St. Helena comparable in size to the cities of American Canyon and St. Helena combined.

01/20/17

Vicard Generation 7 is pleased to announce Chris Southern has joined the company to handle technical consulting in the central coast and key areas in California.

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