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12/11/17

Vintners continue fire donations -- Gallo wins workplace honor -- Boisset to speak at conference

12/11/17

With over a century of winemaking as a legacy, the great grandchildren of Guiseppe Mazzoni - who came to America from Italy in 1897 to work at the Italian Swiss Colony - have opened the newest winery and tasting room in Alexander Valley, the Zialena Winery, located a mile from Geyserville

12/11/17

The greatest concern was for Carpinteria. The fire was moving west above the city in an area of very dry vegetation that hasn't burned in about 100 years, said Steve Swindle, spokesman for the Ventura County Fire Department

12/11/17

Local wine companies are continuing to make donations to organizations that are aiding those who were affected by October's wildfires

12/11/17

Kathleen Hill: Gays with skates, Glen Ellen Inn, and MacArthur Place goes for a bundle ...

12/08/17

Nonprofit association recognized for community and sustainability efforts

12/08/17

Backers celebrate victory for Sonoma County growing area

12/08/17

Ventura County vintners report no damage so far; Rupert Murdoch's Los Angeles winery loses an estimated 200 cases of red wine

12/08/17

Lake County Wine Auction, held at Cache Creek Vineyard and Winery, was a production of the nonprofit Lake County Wine Alliance, which is made up of local wineries, grape growers, related businesses, community sponsors and many community volunteers.

12/08/17

We are bombarded of late by the news of men abusing their power. It can be overwhelming to listen to story after story after story about how men treat women. It is important to remember how many extraordinary women there are and many of them work in the wine industry. As I was thinking about this, I was reminded about my visit to Chêne Bleu Winery earlier this year.

12/08/17

Chance Hochschild joins Turn Key Wine Brands after several years working a variety roles in the wine industry, most recently at Turrentine Wine Brokerage as Bulk Wine Sales Coordinator.

12/08/17

Wildfires hop-scotched downhill toward the Pacific Ocean on Monday and Tuesday with devastating effect, destroying homes seemingly at random while leaving others untouched.

12/08/17

Oregon is sending 10 strike teams from all over the state to help California firefighters battle several massive blazes north of Los Angeles

12/08/17

Game-changing and stylish, grapes like Albariño, Cinsault, Grenache Blanc and Teroldego are getting well-deserved attention in Lodi.

12/07/17

The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday continued updating its marijuana laws for the unincorporated areas in light of Proposition 64. The 2016 voter-approved state measure legalized recreational marijuana for adults.

12/07/17

Unfortunately, a handful of Truett Hurst Winery employees, their families and longtime customers lost their homes in the fires, but as of now all of the families have been resettled and are beginning to focus on rebuilding

12/07/17

Thomas Fire approaching one winery, while another sees property damage

12/07/17

The fires that ravaged the North Bay in October have resulted in about $9 billion in insurance claims, according to new data released Wednesday by the state Insurance Department, triple the figure from about a month ago

12/07/17

Distributions for 2017 were as follows ...

12/07/17

Newton encompasses 170 acres of prime Napa Valley terroir, stretching over the Spring Mountain District, Yountville and Mount Veeder appellations. For nearly forty years, the estate has produced wines that are characterful expressions of the Napa Valley's emblematic varietals, notably Cabernet Sauvignon

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