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Columbia Distributing, an Oregon-based beer wholesaler that operates a facility in Santa Rosa, is not distributing any more of Mendocino Brewing's beer after being informed of the decision to stop production, said spokeswoman Lindsi Taylor. The legendary brewery closed its Ukiah taproom on Jan. 13.


"The goal is zero net water and zero net energy," Duncan says, walking on the elevated walkway that connects the winery to the barrel chai. The place is still under construction; he's wearing a hard hat. "Eventually, this property should be producing 105 percent of its energy output."


A craft cannabis brand called Flow Kana is building a marijuana processing and manufacturing hub on the site of a former winery in Mendocino County. The company purchased the 80-acre parcel once owned by the founding family of Fetzer Vineyards for $3.6 million in 2017.


The 2018 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition was held Tuesday through Friday last week, drawing 67 judges who sampled 6,960 wines from 35 states before crowning seven as the sweepstakes winners in their respective classes.


Gore joins Fetzer Vineyards from The eLearning Guild, a community of practice for designers, developers and managers of eLearning based in Santa Rosa, where she was Marketing Coordinator & Copywriter.


The Thomas fire that began on Dec. 4 is the largest recorded in the state.


Greg Winter will join Head Winemaker Bob Swain in crafting award winning wines including national brands Parducci, True Grit, Paul Dolan Vineyards, Moniker Wine Estates, ZinPhomaniac and Sketchbook.


Emily will lead the direct sales of Garden Creek Winery of 1,500 cases sold entirely to their private members with a current 1-year wait list to acquire wines.


Wine country is recovering from wildfires, but rebuilding tourism remains a challenge.


Lake County Wine Auction, held at Cache Creek Vineyard and Winery, was a production of the nonprofit Lake County Wine Alliance, which is made up of local wineries, grape growers, related businesses, community sponsors and many community volunteers.


Distributions for 2017 were as follows ...


As federal tax-reform bills head to a House-Senate conference committee, California farmers and ranchers say they may not gain as much as they had hoped from the package of tax cuts and other changes to tax law.


The UN Climate Change Conference California Vintner Recognized for Commitments to Carbon Neutrality and a Net Positive Future


Of the 1,200 wineries in Sonoma, Napa and Mendocino, about 10 were destroyed or heavily damaged.


Rudy Zuidema, owner of Flash Wine Technologies in Kenwood, Calif., said during the height of the fires in mid-October he was inundated with inquiries about treating grapes exposed to smoke, but he couldn't book anyone for service. His Della Toffola flash machine is located at Kunde Family Winery, and that entire part of Sonoma County was closed off because of the fire.


Leader in Sustainable Winegrowing Shares Regenerative Practices, 2020 Sustainability Goals and Plans for a Net Positive Future


MWI will donate 100% of its Harvest Party ticket sales to benefit the Disaster Fund for Mendocino County


As firefighters worked to gain ground on wildfires ravaging several Northern California counties, farmers and ranchers began, as one put it, "to take inventory and figure out what we can do." In many cases, that meant assessing the impact on North Coast vineyards and trying to harvest the grapes left on the vines when the fires hit.


One of the suspects is the leader of a Rastafarian church where deputies fatally shot an armed farm worker.

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