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05/22/17

In 2014, he sold the company to Argentine billionaire Alejandro Bulgheroni. "It just felt like time" to sell, Pope said. "It was either that go to the bank and borrow money to expand. I sold him a nice company with zero debt and great track record."

05/19/17

Acquisition deepens company's exploration into Sta. Rita Hills

05/19/17

Purple Heart Wines (www.purpleheartwines.com/) is delighted to announce John Moynier will assume the role of head winemaker at Purple Heart Wines effective immediately. After working with C. Mondavi and Family for over 30 years and serving in the military for four, John was a natural choice to lead the brand.

05/19/17

If you're the DIY type with HGTV on lock, Sunset Celebration weekend may be your happy place. Acres and acres of inspired home and garden design, peppered with celebrity chefs and artisanal cocktails. Widgets and gidgets to make your house smarter, and a "glamp" site to make your Coleman stove weep. It's Sunset magazine's annual ode to lifestyle, at Cornerstone Gardens May 20 and 21.

05/19/17

The wine industry took to the trails Wednesday morning at Westwood Hills Park, as winery and office employees-turned-volunteers set about sprucing up one of the city's two major hiking parks

05/19/17

This is the wrong location for such a large development, and it is difficult to imagine that it could be allowed.

05/19/17

Sonoma County's zoning board agreed Thursday to seek a temporary freeze on new commercial development in the rural town of Freestone so that inconsistencies in local land-use designations for the area can be resolved before any new proposals are considered.

05/19/17

As Auction Napa Valley approaches June 1-4, Robin Daniel Lail can look back with many memories, but probably few are more rewarding than her part in launching what was then called the Napa Valley Wine Auction.

05/18/17

I was disappointed, but not surprised, to see the front- page article on the Altamura's proposal to build a huge resort at the corner of Trancas Street and Silverado Trail ("Altamuras revive hotel project," May 16).

05/18/17

BottleRock CEO Dave Graham, typically a practitioner of MBA-speak, was in his office last week waxing metaphorical about the 2013 inaugural festival under the previous founders. "I would liken it to a birth," he said. "A birth is amazing, it's beautiful. At the same time, it's not pretty.

05/18/17

The Napa Valley Vintners (NVV) will again host its own wine pavilion at Vinexpo Bordeaux, June 18-21. Fifteen premium Napa Valley wine brands are sending representatives to pour wines, conduct business and host educational seminars at the Napa Valley pavilion during the international trade fair.

05/17/17

05/16/17

"It could be a rather lengthy day ... Previously, the commission has indicated its interest in wanting to reach a tentative decision on that day rather than a continuance."

05/16/17

including: Briana Reyes, property manager, The Barlow, Sebastoplo; Matthew Schwanebeck, director of operations, Tonnellerie Ô and Creative Oak, Benicia; and

05/16/17

As wildly popular Sonoma restaurant the girl & the fig turns 20 this year, restaurateur Sondra Bernstein celebrates a milestone and keeps her eye on new ventures. Click through the gallery above for highlights from the girl & the fig over the past twenty years. Read the full story below.

05/16/17

Members of Napa's Altamura family have asked the city to review revised plans to build a hotel and winery at the northeast corner of Silverado Trail and juncture of Trancas Street and Monticello Road.

05/16/17

Employees from Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) will be setting aside their corkscrews this week and reaching for work gloves, sun screen and protective hats as they fan out into communities as part of the company's third annual Global Volunteering Week

05/16/17

Solage Calistoga, a lushly landscaped Napa hideaway, is excellent at promoting healthy California hedonism, with seven pools, a Michelin-starred restaurant and 89 freestanding studios and suites, each with outdoor space

05/15/17

The hospitality sector isn't the only one dealing with a shortage of help. From construction to health care, from food manufacturers to wineries, Sonoma County employers say finding available workers has become a major headache

05/15/17

Several years since their construction, the Jackson building and its counterpart, the Teaching and Research Winery facility, are serving as living blueprints for an industry plodding toward a greener future with ever more focus on sustainability. A handful of prominent Napa vintners are now among some of the first to incorporate designs and practices inspired by the UC Davis facilities into new and future wineries

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