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04/20/21

a worrisome sign that fire season is arriving early ...

04/16/21

El Dorado Wine Grape Growers invites all interested persons to a timely discussion on powdery mildew and early season management and cultural practices led by Lynn Wunderlich, U.C. Cooperative Extension Central Sierra Farm Advisor, on Wednesday, April 21.

04/15/21

The new sixty thousand square foot winery and storage facility in Hopland, California. was constructed in 2020 and serves as a state of the art hub for the Mendocino County wine industry.

04/06/21

This wine will be made each year as a tribute to Charlie Barra, who planted his first vineyards in Mendocino County in 1955 and passed away in 2019.

04/05/21

03/31/21

In light of the continued precautions against COVID-19, the 23rd annual Pinot Noir Festival will once again be postponed. Instead, the AVWA will host both online and small, socially distanced in-person events throughout the entire month of May.

03/31/21

Ferrier held winemaking positions with Hogue, Constellation, and The Wine Group.

03/23/21

Sonoma County is reconsidering its rules for cannabis cultivation with the goal of streamlining the approval process for growers and aligning the industry more closely with traditional agriculture.

03/17/21

San Francisco Bay Area grocery stores and fish markets aren't expected to be stocked with salmon this year, as fishery officials chose to delay the start of the season last week and restrict the time fishermen have on the water.

02/26/21

Known as the California Tourism Act, Senate Bill 285 would provide $45 million to the state's nonprofit tourism organization, Visit California, to launch?a media and jobs recovery?campaign called "Calling All Californians," aimed at driving in-state travel to hospitality businesses and popular destinations that largely have been dark for nearly a year.

02/24/21

Sonoma County will remain in the purple tier for the foreseeable future partly because there's been a decline in coronavirus testing since December 2020, which has contributed to higher test-positivity rates,

02/15/21

Mendocino County might be best known for its Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, but it also has some of California's most prime Syrah vineyards, producing savoury, earthy and focused wines. Matthew Luczy selects seven of the best examples from a recent tasting.

02/10/21

San Francisco socialite and civic leader Charlotte Mailliard Shultz and her family have agreed to a $24.7 million deal that protects a nearly 15,000-acre ranch with old-growth redwood forests in southern Mendocino County.

02/08/21

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and his office are challenging plans for a massive luxury resort and mixed-use project on 25 square miles of fire-prone landscape in hard-hit southern Lake County. The move marks a more aggressive stance on proposed developments in California's wildland-urban interface in the age of increasingly fast-moving, catastrophic wildfires, suggesting greater scrutiny of such projects and potential intervention by his office going forward.

02/04/21

Proctor comes to Shannon Ridge following varied winemaking stints at Joe Dobbes Family Estate in Oregon, Terravant Wine Company, a custom crush facility located in Buellton, and Mazzocco Winery in Healdsburg.

01/25/21

Market sources estimate the deal value to be roughly $140 a square foot, or over $85 million, at a capitalization rate of 4.3%.

12/02/20

In the wake of rapidly rising coronavirus cases throughout the state, Lake County on Nov. 28 was rolled back from the red tier to the purple tier, the state's most restrictive category for controlling the spread of COVID-19. The change took effect the following day, Nov. 29, according to the county and the state.

11/10/20

"Although the region did receive smoke exposure due to the fires in neighboring counties, the exposure and taint of the harvest in the end was extremely limited and much less than anticipated."

10/29/20

A pioneering collaboration between MCHC Health Centers (Mendocino Community Health Clinic), Direct Relief, a humanitarian aid organization with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty or emergencies, and BoxPower, which develops modular microgrid energy projects, has led to a much needed backup power plan for MCHC.

10/19/20

New Lake County Winegrowers Logo Represents Region's Volcanic Soils, Mountainous Terrain, Sunlight

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