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04/13/17

Largely overlooked, the Arroyo Grande and Edna Valleys illustrate the triumphs and challenges faced by California's many wine regions. Here's what to know.

04/13/17

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation boosted San Joaquin Valley farmers' water allocation to 100 percent of requested supplies for the first time since 2006. But many growers already made their planting decisions months ago.

04/12/17

More than $7 million raised to build the new Center for Wine and Viticulture.

04/11/17

Calling all Central Coast winemakers: Entries are now being accepted for the Central Coast Wine Competition (CCWC), which takes place June 21-22 in Paso Robles. Professional winemakers may register under early bird pricing by Friday May 26; the final date to enter at full price is Friday, June 9.

04/10/17

The San Luis Obispo Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) voted 5-2 Thursday to approve an application to form the Estrella-El Pomar-Creston Water District as part of the Paso Robles groundwater basin.

04/10/17

Today's savvy consumers are seeking more unique, personal experiences, and many area wineries have responded.

04/06/17

The winery, which will now be called Alba Coast Winery, is located in the warm Paicines AVA in San Benito County and has a long history of premium winemaking. The terms of the transaction will remain confidential.

04/05/17

Stolo Family Vineyards introduces three wines celebrating the spring season: 2016 Gewürztraminer, 2016 Sauvignon Blanc and 2016 Rosé of Pinot Noir.

03/31/17

Chamisal Vineyards in Edna Valley, California has achieved the Sustainability in Practice (SIP) Certified seal for their entire winery. Chamisal Vineyards is the second California winery to be recognized through this third-party sustainability program. SIP Certified has certified vineyards since 2008, and expanded its independent, third-party verification scope to include wineries in 2015.

03/28/17

Head out on a hike with winery co-owner Kevin Jussila and then enjoy a locavore brunch at his house.

03/23/17

Guests can experience vineyards in new way making Villa San-Juliette Vineyard & Winery a destination experience unlike any other

03/23/17

Alexander Quirici has joined Tonnellerie Ô as our Business Development Specialist, a new position focused on prospects and leads. Alex will be supporting the sales efforts of our oak team in the North Coast, Central Valley, Napa and the Sierra Foothills.

03/23/17

WiVi conference speakers discuss labor and vineyard mechanization in the Central Coast

03/23/17

The term "sanctuary city" is more of a political term than a legal one. According to The Economist, it widely refers to a jurisdiction that refuses to cooperate with federal immigration authorities or use official funds to enforce federal immigration law.

03/22/17

Technical Education You Want, When You Want It

03/22/17

The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors decided Tuesday to more tightly regulate agricultural ponds and reservoirs, to the frustration of farming and ranching groups and to the relief of residents worried about depleted groundwater supplies

03/22/17

with more than 1,500 total attendees (attendees and exhibitor staff). The Central Coast-focused symposium, presented by Wine Business Monthly and community partner SIP, featured a sold-out trade show with 45,000 square feet of exhibit space with nearly 200 exhibiting companies, including a vineyard automation center

03/21/17

The newest addition to the La Crema Monterey series, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, the Rosé is a fresh addition to the lineup which also includes La Crema Monterey Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris.

03/21/17

While water and labor remain top concerns, experts bullish on area's growth potential

03/20/17

Adelaida creek headwaters found at Paso vineyard

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