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10/20/21

Bulk wine sales decreased 52% from the previous year as the Company continues to increase the use of bulk wine inventories in its own cased goods production. Overall, total revenues increased 12% from the previous fiscal year.

10/19/21

Riboli Paso Robles LLC seeks to purchase the 160-acre estate and vineyard property at 2380 Live Oak Road for a bid of about $9 million if tests indicate there is enough quality water to irrigate vines

10/19/21

Founded in 2014 by the Andrew Busch family, the estate is southeast of Sta. Rita Hills appellation.

10/19/21

We're basically compressing seven weeks of harvest into the next four weeks," says winemaker David Coventry, who has been pulling in Pinot Noir and was about to start on the Chardonnay. After last year, though, it's an extreme blessing. "We didn't make any Pinot Noir in 2020. We stuck to our guns. It was painful, because we need every drop of wine, as we try to keep a buffer. But quality is paramount. We won't make it if there's any doubt."

10/15/21

Wildfire insurance reforms to expand coverage, force insurers to recognize fire prevention efforts by property owners

10/14/21

General Manager Paul Pease is now heading all sales efforts as the Director of Sales - two planned strategic organizational changes that further Zaca Mesa's long-term operational goals and growth.

10/12/21

"The Grape Nut" was curious about the harvesting of wine grapes on the Central Coast. She headed to Talley Vineyards for a crash course.

10/07/21

A bill that has its origins in Monterey County, was recently signed into law allowing consumers to bring their own wine bottles to be refilled at participating tasting rooms, reducing waste and expanding business.

10/07/21

The new members span Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, and Kings County and join nearly two-hundred and fifty other SIP Certified businesses across California and Michigan.

09/30/21

The Arroyo Seco Winegrowers Association is excited to announce the 2021 Harvest is underway.

09/30/21

Corrado Maurigi Estate Manager at Tenuta Regaleali explains to Michaela Morris the Santa Lucia vineyard used for the estate's Rosso del Conte wine.

09/28/21

Congressman Salud Carbajal's Central Coast Heritage Protection Act was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives as part of the National Defense Authorization Act in a 316-113 vote Thursday evening. The bill has been in the works for more than a decade. Last year, the same bill passed the House, but the Senate failed to consider it, killing any forward progress.

09/28/21

New reviews of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Zinfandel and more from California's Central Coast, featuring many prices under $40

09/24/21

The Board of Supervisors extended the provisions until Oct. 31, 2023, after recommendations for approval from the county and Montecito planning commissions.

09/23/21

What a difference a vintage makes. Last year, smoke from the CZU and Monterey fires gave most wineries in the Summit Road area cause for worry, but this year it looks like a big, clean, juicy crop.

09/23/21

We'll take all the good news we can get.

09/22/21

One farming company has long been scrutinized for its outsized role in the arid region's water supply. Wonderful can buy up huge amounts of water whenever it needs more. Most of the Resnicks' water comes from long-term contracts and other water from land rights.

09/22/21

Mr. Baedeker will report to the Dierberg family board and work alongside Winemaker and President of Star Lane & Dierberg Vineyards, Tyler Thomas.

09/21/21

09/21/21

Daou Vineyards is sparing no expense for the bottles that come from a small sliver of its estate.

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