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03/30/20

Modesto's E.&J. Gallo Winery is making hand sanitizer, and donated several boxes ... Stanislaus County Sheriff's Deputy Raj Singh said 45 cases were delivered this week ...

03/26/20

"We typically use it for putting in our wines, arresting wines, keeping them high in sugar so they don't keep fermenting."

03/16/20

Each aging barrel is proof of how far this Fresno County winery has come.

03/13/20

This year marks a new phase in California's landmark Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA). At the end of January, water users in 21 critically overdrafted basins delivered their first groundwater sustainability plans to the state Department of Water Resources. In this series, we examine the 36 plans submitted for 11 critically overdrafted basins in the San Joaquin Valley-California's largest farming region. PPIC has done extensive work on what SGMA means for this region, where excess pumping is a major challenge. This post addresses key questions about groundwater budgets

03/10/20

The American Society for Enology and Viticulture's (ASEV) Board of Directors has selected the winners of the 2020 Best Paper Awards. Authors will be presenting their research papers at the Joint 71st ASEV National Conference and 45th ASEV Eastern Section Annual Meeting on June 15-18 in Portland, Oregon.

03/03/20

Dr. Hildegarde Heymann is being recognized as the 2020 recipient of the American Society for Enology and Viticulture's (ASEV) highest honor, the ASEV Merit Award, at the Joint 71st ASEV National Conference and 45th ASEV Eastern Section Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon

02/13/20

Two factors led to the reduction, said Kenya Friend-Daniel, public relations director for Trader Joe's, in an email Wednesday. One is the large grape harvests statewide in 2018 and 2019. The other is tweaks to the glass and corks that made shipping Charles Shaw more efficient

02/13/20

"It's important to look at, what's your dependency on groundwater and how's it going to be changed as SGMA pushes toward sustainable groundwater management"

02/03/20

A semi-truck transporting wine has overturned on State-Route 58 near Oswell Street and is blocking three eastbound lanes, according to the California Highway Patrol.

02/03/20

The company, based south of Ceres, will contribute $3 for every case it sells under the Great American Wine Co. label. They retail at a suggested $12.99 per bottle and include cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay, red blend, pinot noir, zinfandel, rosé and pinot grigio

01/31/20

Wine industry expert Craig A. Root is teaching a one-session class in the UC Davis Continuing & Professional Education program on February 25, 2020 from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Called Tasting Room Design and Management, Root explains that the class will "make your tasting room more profitable and memorable with practical, experience-driven information you can start using immediately."

01/30/20

Total Beverage Solution, the national wine, beer, and spirits importer and supplier, announced today the relaunch of their popular brand The Big Red Monster, now a Cabernet blend sourced from Paso Robles.

01/23/20

The main focus of the program are the barriers to fish passage for salmon from Friant Dam to the ocean and back again. There are three key barriers: the East Side Bypass Control Structure which is in the flood bypass; Sack Dam, which is the intake for Arroyo Canal for Henry Miller irrigation system; and Mendota Dam which controls Mendota Pool.

01/23/20

The San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition completed on January 10th and several Madera Wine Trail wineries received awards.

01/21/20

If you're interested in learning more about Bronco Wine Company, its many brands, and long family history, visit broncowine.com.

01/17/20

All may not be lost for grape growers in the Central Valley who can transition to mechanical practices and find varieties that produce high tonnage to overcome lower prices ... Vineyards being removed tend to be overlying Class One soils with decent water availability, making their conversions to almonds that more attractive than pistachios, which growers have tended to plant in lower-quality soils ...

12/20/19

The Global Tea Initiative for the Study of Tea Culture and Science (GTI) is holding its fifth annual colloquium on Jan.16-17, 2020.

12/17/19

The UC Davis Library received a $200,000 gift from the owners of Larkmead Vineyards, Cameron "Cam" Baker and Kate Solari Baker, to preserve the work of one of California's most influential viticulture researchers, the late Professor Emeritus Harold Olmo. The donation will allow the UC Davis Library, which has been called "the world's greatest wine library," to digitize and broadly share Olmo's work on viticulture, grape breeding and the suitability of grape varieties to different climates and terrains from around the world

12/05/19

The new vibrant layout, including a new label shape expressing the movement of the brand's signature running man logo, offers the brand further opportunity and access to enthusiastic, health-conscious consumers by visually guiding them to FitVine Wine.

11/18/19

The Andre x Tipsy Elves original holiday sweaters and onesies feature the Andre brand's logo complete with festive designs.

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