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What will the fires mean for the grape harvest?
In Wine Country, the wildfires will result in a lower yield for the 2017 grape harvest, analysts and vintners said.
UPDATED: Local wineries destroyed, damaged by the fires
Find out which wineries in Sonoma, Napa and Mendocino counties have suffered fire damage.
Bill Foley is on the move again, looking to expand his Sonoma wine empire
He’s hired a top official from Jackson Family Wines to expand his wine business as he focuses more on the new national hockey franchise he bought in Las Vegas.
How much is America's wine industry worth?
A new study commissioned by WineAmerica found that wine is produced in all 50 states and supports 1.74 million American jobs.
Joe and Steve Dutton will be honored at the Sonoma County Harvest Fair Dinner on Oct. 1 for the 2017 sustainable farming award.
Former head of Jackson Family Wines joins Foley Family Wines
Hugh Reimers, the former president of Jackson Family Wines, will be responsible for running Foley Family Wines as the Santa Rosa wine company attempts to grow in the competitive retail market.
Trade show Vinexpo coming to Sonoma CountyVinexpo, a trade show for wine and spirits professionals, will host its Explorer conference in Sonoma County Sept.
Thunderstorm has grape growers scrambling, again
At least one local winery sent tractors with air blowers attached into the vineyard to dry its crop.
Local wine veteran joins SSU
Honore Comfort, who served nine years as the executive director of the Sonoma County Vintners trade group, has been named as an executive in residence at Sonoma State University’s Wine Business Institute.
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