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Sonoma County Vintners unveils community outreach plan
The initiative by the trade group will feature a best practices manual and a new hire to work with activists to help resolve traffic and noise issues.
Senate passes farmworker overtime bill
The measure goes back to the Assembly, where an earlier version failed by just four votes in June.
Lagunitas’ Magee thinking big about the future
Almost a year after his Lagunitas Brewing Co. announced a partnership with Heineken, Tony Magee talks about what next: a new European brewery, a beer-inspired meat business and more.
Local grape growers have moved into harvesting grapes for still wine.
Destructive grapevine moth eradicated in California
State and USDA say the European grapevine moth has been eradicated from California and its quarantine restrictions have been lifted.
Interesting label? Your wine might sell better
Speakers at Yountville’s Wines & Vines Packaging Conference testified to the importance of packaging in making or breaking a brand.
Environmental group contests Napa vineyard project
The Center for Biological Diversity has contested a Napa County official’s decision to approve the Walt Ranch vineyard project.
Clayton fire destroys Lower Lake winery
Terrill Cellars’ Tuscan Village Winery in Lower Lake was destroyed as the blaze spread through the town’s business district.
The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau has offered an online tutorial for those applying for a federal alcohol permit.
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