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01/20/17

On April 21, more than 250 of the wine trade and media will gather for the third annual Sonoma County Barrel Auction at Vintners Inn in Santa Rosa to compete for one-of-a-kind Sonoma County wines

01/20/17

While the heavy rains that have swamped the North Coast this month have brought drought relief to the local wine industry, the deluge has put work crews weeks behind on critical pruning that must be done before late-winter bud break

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

While it is being billed as an amicable, beneficial parting of the ways, eyebrows raised in the wine industry yesterday when the Sonoma Valley Vintners and Growers Alliance announced at its annual members meeting that the trade organization will no longer co-own and co-operate the wildly successful Wine Country Weekend

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

01/19/17

The Oscar-winning film-maker and vineyard owner has struck a deal to supply the Academy Awards, following similar arrangement at Sundance

01/19/17

Famed chef Thomas Keller plans to add a hotel next to The French Laundry in Yountville, once $10 million in renovations to his three-Michelin-starred restaurant are completed.

01/19/17

The owners are even throwing in $7 million worth of wine

01/18/17

Napa Vision 2050 and sectors of the wine industry have clashed over proposed, large wineries and tree-clearing hillside vineyard development. Now they are having a smaller disagreement over a pizza fundraiser.

01/17/17

Legendary winemaker has been a staunch supporter of innovation and research

01/17/17

he Napa Valley Vintners (NVV) has announced that Michael Honig, president of Honig Vineyard & Winery, will serve as chair of the trade association's board of directors for 2017

01/17/17

After serving Pope Valley Winery as Consulting Winemaker since 2014, Avila officially joins the Pope Valley team full time to take on a larger, hands-on role in the winemaking process

01/17/17

An ongoing issue with the Napa Valley Vintners, the nonprofit trade association based in St. Helena, is protecting the Napa Valley name and the other regions in the world where wines are produced

01/17/17

BottleRock Napa Valley has announced its 2017 culinary lineup of chefs, vintners and brewers to complement the musical lineup during the three-day festival, May 26-28 in Napa

01/17/17

Sixty-three percent of consumers who buy $15-plus bottles of wine and drinking it more than twice monthly and who know about Sonoma County wines and the Sonoma County Sustainable certification would pay a premium

01/17/17

Napa Valley Distillery and Agajanian Vineyards and Wine Company combine forces through strategic financial agreement

01/16/17

Winery to Donate $2 Per Bottle Sold in January in Honor of National Mentoring Month

01/16/17

Claire Smith has been promoted to Guest Services Manager, replacing Sean Brosnihan. Born and raised in Sonoma County, Claire grew up in Sebastopol in a family of seven who gathered around the dinner table for home-cooked meals.

01/16/17

Maribel has been promoted to Director of Jordan Estate Rewards. Born and raised in Sonoma County, Maribel grew up around her family's food distributor business and has handled the company's accounting since age 15.

01/16/17

George Day, professor emeritus at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, will guide and manage The Sonoma County Center for Ag Sustainability

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