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02/21/18

After being wined, dined and entertained, many people lifted their paddles and raised $340,000 for the Napa Valley Vine Trail on Feb. 10 in the Carriage House at Charles Krug Winery in St. Helena

02/21/18

"The ice doesn't really hurt the trees, but the problem is the trees are in bloom right now. The farther along the bloom, the more susceptible the tree."

02/21/18

As the immigration debate continues in Washington and Sacramento, agricultural employers find themselves walking a legal tightrope between the two capitals.

02/21/18

During the terrible days and weeks the Thomas Fire tormented a broad swath of Ventura County, members of the community were keenly aware of the debt they owed to the first responders who confronted the flames on their behalf: firefighters, law enforcement officers, emergency preparedness experts.

02/21/18

U.S. drought monitors last week declared that nearly half the state, all of it in Southern California, is now back in drought.

02/21/18

"I moved here because I got married to an American," says Marimar Torres, the eponymous owner and operator of Marimar Estate Vineyards and Winery. "My father was very upset."

02/21/18

TH Estates Wines, located in the Willow Creek AVA of Paso Robles, California, welcomes Phillip LaMontagne as the new assistant winemaker. LaMontagne first joined TH Estate as a harvest intern in 2015, after which he stayed on to help in the cellar.

02/21/18

Wine Institute members are offered up to 10 percent off their BMI music licensing fees

02/21/18

To learn more about California agriculture and its successes and challenges, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue visited Central California farms and agricultural businesses as part of a three-day trip to the state

02/21/18

Below-freezing temperatures that can damage Sonoma County's $575 million grape crop before it even develops are prompting some growers to launch an unusually early campaign to protect their vineyards from frost.

02/21/18

Over four days, the judges determined the best of each category.

02/21/18

The shock and horror of the early days have given way to lingering grief and agony over whether to rebuild or move on. But the most perplexing and time-consuming matter for victims has been insurance.

02/21/18

Today is the last day to save on admittance to the largest wine industry event south of San Francisco--up to $50 on session passes and $10 on tradeshow tickets.

02/20/18

Members of the state Water Resources Control Board are scheduled to decide whether to bring back what had been temporary water bans from California's 2013-2017 drought and make them permanent

02/20/18

In the aftermath of the passage of legislation aimed at limiting Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids in California, the state has released rules employers must follow or risk fines of up to $10,000 per offense.

02/20/18

She's just like us! Amy Schumer hangs at Scribe Winery

02/20/18

Many Napa County residents are aware of the Napa Valley Vintners' (NVV) annual charity event, Auction Napa Valley, which takes place in June and helps fund community health and children's education nonprofits. For more than 20 years, the NVV has also hosted another annual auction, Premiere Napa Valley, which has an entirely different audience and fundraising goals.

02/20/18

Rubin yearns to see automated external defibrillators, or AEDs, placed at each of Sonoma County's 450 wineries. The objective is so critical to him that he offers to have Ron Rubin Winery in west county's Green Valley pay for the $1,700 instruments, which send an electrical shock to a heart in crisis.

02/20/18

This week we're shifting gears away from consumer data and looking squarely at data that's internal to the winery itself.

02/20/18

Cakebread makes a diverse repertoire of wines from Rhone varieties to AlbariƱo ...

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