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Catch up on Napa County's top news stories

Catch up on Napa County's top news stories

In case you missed it, here is a look at the most-read stories on NapaValleyRegister.com.

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Samie Hartley is the Napa Valley Register online editor and social media manager. She also assembles the community calendar. Her column Simple & Sassy runs on alternating Sundays.

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St. Supéry winery is honoring "Everyday Heroes" with a new photo exhibit paying tribute to people who, unasked, make a difference in Napa County. 

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The Cameo hosts a benefit for the Spring Mountain Fire Safety Council; International Wineries for Climate Action announce new members; three Newton's vineyards are certfied organic and the Taste of Atlas Peak is Oct. 30 at Silverado. 

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When Stuart Spoto tells people his winery is in Sacramento, he’s prepared for an inquisitive look,  even a negative reaction. He gets a similar response when he tells people he makes all of his wine in his garage, too. But Spoto doesn’t mind, because he knows that once he pours them a glass, all presumptions will fall away.

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Napa Climate NOW! has drafted a proposed mandate for adoption county-wide Reusable Foodware and Waste Reduction Ordinance to transition food establishments and customers from disposable plates, cups, straws, napkins, condiment packages, and so on to reusable and compostable foodware.

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Ridgely Evers, biodynamic farmer, vintner and owner of Davero Farms & Winery in Sonoma County, wanted a comprehensive DTC system to manage the many aspects of his business. As a software expert who led Intuit in the development of QuickBooks, he decided to create one. 

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A chance meeting in Washington DC led to a conversation about the Golden Ratio, the mathematical concept, which in art, nature or architecture, balances compositions so that they are pleasurable to observe. It is also the principle Gustavo Gonzalez applies in his Mira Winery, which he co-founded as a result of this meeting. 

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One the 45th anniversary of the Judgment of Paris, a lunch at Stag's Leap Wine Cellars in Napa Valley honored the people who came up with the idea, Patricia Gallagher and the late Steven Spurrier, along with the one journalist who covered the story, George Taber. 

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On one day in Oregon, Elizabeth Smith visits three small family-owned wineries, Bells Up, Lenné Estate and Utopia.