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08/21/17

Matt Brady joins SAMsARA as winemaker

08/18/17

Brave & Maiden Estate was established in 2011 and occupies land purchased in 2010. Brave & Maiden's wine program, led by acclaimed winemaker Paul Hobbs, has found early success in restaurants and bottle shops throughout Southern and Central California, earning accolades for single-vineyard estate wines and red blends.

08/17/17

Over 30 growers, academics, experts, and extentionists will present at the innovative conference

08/16/17

Founded by Josh Jensen in 1975, Calera played a pivotal role in establishing the Central Coast as one of the New World's most exciting wine regions. Calera will continue to produce its acclaimed portfolio of wines at its seven-level, gravity-flow winery in Hollister, California. All key personnel, including Winemaker Mike Waller, will remain with the winery. Jensen, who is 73, will continue to remain involved at Calera, and will join the Duckhorn Wine Company Board of Directors, where he will serve alongside his longtime peer, Dan Duckhorn.

08/16/17

Landowner John Duarte, who had been accused of federal wetlands violations after plowing a Tehama County wheat field, settled the government's Clean Water Act case against him Tuesday, just before the penalty phase of his trial was to begin. Under the agreement, Duarte will admit no liability; pay a $330,000 fine; buy $770,000 in vernal pool mitigation credits; and do more work on the Tehama County property, according to a statement from the Pacific Legal Foundation, which is representing Duarte.

08/16/17

There have been no funding increases for several important programs in the last two farm bills while the challenges facing agriculture "have exploded," said Kelly Covello, president of the Almond Alliance of California.

08/16/17

Calera founder Josh Jensen steps back from the Mount Harlan winery he established in the 1970s.

08/16/17

Edna Valley's Tolosa Winery is welcoming a French-born winemaker with extensive experience around Sonoma and Napa Valley.

08/15/17

This list is put together each year through a survey of wine writers, sommeliers, chefs, and restaurateurs. Paso Robles is exceptionally well represented, with 2 of the top 10 and 5 on the list, all in the top 37. The Central Coast too, with 19 on the list, and 8 of the top 25.

08/15/17

Robin Baggett, vintner of Alpha Omega winery in Napa Valley and Tolosa winery in San Luis Obispo, has acquired interest in Perinet, an estate vineyard and modern winery in the Priorat region of Spain. Both Alpha Omega and Tolosa will sell Perinet in their tasting rooms.

08/14/17

Vino Vessel has re-vamped and given their website a complete overhaul with the help of Access Publishing.

08/10/17

Perhaps the best way to counter social networks that may block advancement is to forge new social networks.

08/10/17

The total economic impact of the 2016 wine grape crop was conservatively reported as being over $750 million.

08/10/17

Scheid Vineyards coworkers came together last Thursday to handpick Pinot Noir grapes for the Greenfield winery's sparkling wine collection, marking the beginning of the 2017 wine grape harvest in Monterey County.

08/08/17

Bien Nacido's Michael Brughelli, a former firefighter and EMT, talks with R.H. Drexel about the recent wildfires in Santa Barbara, and about his love of surfing, riding his dirt bike and being a new father

08/02/17

Paso Robles AVA's ambition to earn a place in the Pantheon of California's epic wine regions is not far-fetched

08/02/17

The Executive Director of the Monterey County Vintners & Growers Association talks about why wine grapes are a unique agricultural crop

08/02/17

grown exclusively in the San Lucas Estate Vineyard in Monterey County

08/01/17

Margerum's winery, while small on the international scale, is in the mid-to-large category in Santa Barbara County with an annual production of about 16,000 cases

08/01/17

"Jill is a very talented winemaker who understands and adheres to the philosophy that it all begins in the vineyard," said Mitch Davis, senior vice president of winery operations for Jackson Family Wines.

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