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04/08/20

The barrels were donated by Hall Wines and distributed by Tony Montelli and other members of the St. Helena Odd Fellows Lodge #167.

04/08/20

He was working as a plastic surgeon in Southern California when he and his brother, Art Finkelstein, decided to start a Napa Valley winery. The brothers had already won awards for the wines they'd made in Finkelstein's garage.

04/08/20

Three days after the official start date for banks to begin accepting the Small Business Administration's Paycheck Protection Program loan applications as part of the CARES Act relief package and coronavirus loan relief options for businesses, some banks have delayed implementing this process, while striving to set up internal handling procedures.

04/08/20

New Social Media Campaign #SCTakeOutEatIn Rewards Those Supporting Local Restaurants

04/08/20

"drive-thru" does have a certain chill wine-country vibe, from the same region that brought you "roadside refreshers" and cute vintage gas stations. In this case, the cars roll up a long driveway, and boxes will be waiting at a covered stand, set out at a specific time, and packed with ice to stay cool.

04/08/20

Key findings from the modeling for Sonoma County

04/07/20

Each year a large herd of sheep visits Shafer Vineyards during springtime here in Napa Valley. They come to naturally mow the abundant cover crop that grows in our vine rows, which is an important part of our approach to sustainable farming. Everyone at the winery loves it when the sheep arrive. There's something about their presence that is calming, cheering, and peaceful.

04/07/20

A big bottle of Pinot Noir sparked an idea, and now everyone can bid on some rare US wines.

04/07/20

Many farmers and ranchers have adapted quickly to the new way of doing business under COVID-19 restrictions.

04/07/20

If you thought you'd never be able to get your hands on a rare bottle of Screaming Eagle or Staglin Cabernet, now is your chance. And in doing so, you'll also help support the swath of restaurants and their staffs laid low by Covid-19.

04/06/20

it is an incomplete list and that changes are happening daily. Send items to Sasha Paulsen at spaulsen@napanews.com or fill out the form here: napavalleyregister.com/forms/restaurantguide.

04/06/20

Wine Country for Restaurants organizing wine donations for an online auction on WineBid to help support RWCF. Proceeds from the auction* are going to Restaurant Workers' Community Foundation COVID-19 Relief Fund (RWCF)

04/06/20

Although top emergency officials say they are hopeful that the spread of COVID-19 will taper off by the time serious fire weather arrives in the fall, the outbreak has already forced departments to put a hold on large training exercises, cancel controlled burns and delay inspections of fire-prone properties in Los Angeles.

04/06/20

Join Director of Winemaking Chrissy Wittmann for the next installment of our wine tasting series as she walks you through the latest vintage of our signature Napa Valley red blend, The Prisoner

04/06/20

"We really had no choice but to lay people off. There was no income flow, and all these other bills are still going to be there," Salyer said. "We had to make that decision in order to be able to get to the other side to try and help these people after this is all over."

04/06/20

Gifts of wine to be sent to America's Healthcare Heroes

04/06/20

How about an amazing April? Mike Pechner of Fairfield-based Golden West Meteorology was expecting rain to fall Saturday and Sunday, with showers possible Monday and Tuesday. Some areas could receive more than an inch

04/06/20

The counters in the kitchen of Ken Frank's Michelin-star Napa restaurant La Toque were lined with bins of fresh kale, strawberries, fennel and lettuce. Frank and his staff of three were about to begin making salads. At noon, they would deliver their creations to their newest customers: the South Napa Homeless Shelter.

04/06/20

The company closed the tasting room last year as it sought a buyer for its U.S. brands. The Geyser Peak winery has had multiple owners over the years, including the storied late businessman Henry Trione of Santa Rosa, who bought it from Stroh Brewing Co. in 1982 and helped boost its sales

04/03/20

enjoy one of the following virtual tastings in your own home, or, consider giving as a gift to friends or family who are sheltering in place

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