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Vintners in the burgeoning wine region report destroyed homes and wineries and scorched vines


John & Donna Freeman from Colcanyon Estate Wines in Malibu said they lost the house but the vineyards are okay


Death toll rises to 25, as 200,000 flee fires in California, the worst in state's history


Malibu Wine Safari, famous for its animal safari rides, shared an update on their social media late Friday, explaining, "While we have lost a considerable portion of our barns and facilities, our primary concern is the lives our animal and human families."


Each harvest, winemakers across the globe set aside some of their precious crop in hope of determining how winemaking methods and products affect a wine's final aromas and flavors. At WiVi Central Coast, winemakers from across Monterey, Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara come together to discuss their trials from the previous methods, debating results and encouraging their fellow winemaker to experiment as well.


Plus: A spritz-themed bar, restaurants that traverse Italy's back roads and what to drink with pot roast


Charles Banks purchased the Santa Barbara-based Qupé for Terroir in 2013, but Banks' fraud conviction caused the relationship to stall


Two properties on the eastern edge of the Sta. Rita Hills AVA owned by John Wagner were newly certified in 2018: Breeze Ranch (20 acres certified) and John Sebastiano Vineyard (130 acres certified). The Record Family's 18.53-acre Paso de Record Vineyard in the Paso Robles AVA was also newly certified. Jackson Family Wines certified additional acreage ...


More than 100-miles west of Bakersfield, along the central coast of California.-a piece of Kern County is planted among the rolling vineyards of Paso Robles-rows and rows of vibrant vines, where the best fruit is turned into award winning wines-the place where Kern County's deep roots in agriculture comes alive in the vineyard


Hansjörg Wyss, the billionaire owner of Halter Ranch Vineyard in Paso Robles, is donating $1 billion to help accelerate land and ocean conservation around the world. Wyss was born in Switzerland. He made his fortune founding the medical device company Synthes. He now lives in Wyoming and is an active philanthropist ...


magine my surprise when a T-shirt clad man in a farmers' hat, white shirt, and jeans walked in ...


The inaugural Dream Big Dinner, Auction & Concert lived up to its name last Friday night, raising more than $100,000 for Dream Big Darling-a new nonprofit whose mission is to foster the success of women in the wine and spirits industry through mentorship, education, life enhancement and professional retreats.


As a new entity that falls under Thornhill Companies, Miller Family Wine Company includes the management of French Camp Vineyard in Paso Robles, acclaimed national wine brands including J. Wilkes, Ballard Lane, Barrel Burner, and Smashberry, Control Label brands with prominent retailers across the U.S., and the leading regional winery facilities of Central Coast Wine Services and Paso Robles Wine Services


"It was truly inspiring to see the community come together in such a big and powerful way to support the growth and development of the future leaders of our industry," said Maeve Pesquera, senior vice president of DAOU Vineyards & Winery and one of the evening's featured speakers.


Ryan Stirm, Megan Bell and James Jelks have banded together in an informal co-op to create the wines and the workplace that they've always imagined. Each with a bachelor's degree in Viticulture and Enology and a resumé stacked with renowned producers all over the world, they've converged on this rundown winery to make wine on their own terms


Most recently, he was a winemaker for Constellation Brands Gonzales Winery, where he specialized in red wines and Bordeaux varietals. Joe holds a B.S. degree in Fermentation Science from U.C. Davis and a M.S degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from San Jose State. Joe is an enthusiastic advocate for the use of StaVin products for barrel cost reduction and improved wine quality


Beginning this fall, wine lovers in the Bay Area and beyond can purchase their SCM Passport through the app for only $65 to redeem a complimentary tasting flight at any of the 50+ participating wineries, 365 days a year. The app will allow users to digitally check-in to each winery they visit throughout the year, earning a unique passport stamp at each visit.


An easy, mild and uneventful growing season rolled into harvest in the same manner, with mild temperatures, overnight fog and afternoon winds, providing the extra hang-time desired for optimum phenolics and naturally balanced acids the region typically enjoys.


kukkula is pleased to announce its 2015 Aatto was named one of the world's Top 100 Wines in 2018 by Wine & Spirits Magazine. The accolade appears in the current (Winter) issue.


But step inside the small, comfy winery and you may not want to step away

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