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Catch up on Napa County's top news stories

Catch up on Napa County's top news stories

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

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The annual Home Winemakers Classic returns to Napa Valley in July with a new online format for 2021 that will focus on fire prevention and invite viewers around the country to participate. 

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Americans have been taught over the last three decades to desire red wines that are akin to ultra-sweet cappuccinos; and lovers of unadorned espresso made from great coffee beans are a fast-shrinking minority.

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We can’t thrive in life when being held up by painful symptoms such as sciatica. Pick exercises that are simple, effective, and easy to replicate on weekly basis to help us live pain free, happy, and strong lives.

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After the Covid-19 lockdown began in March 2020, the Napa Farmers Market remained open as an essential food business and serving as a community hub for people to connect with their neighbors and the people who make their food.

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Napa Valley Music Associates presents a Guitar Festival to fund scholarships, the Jarvis Conservatory reopens with its International Film Series, and Napa Valley Writers meet via Zoom on July 14. 

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In addition to serving as vice president of marketing and third-generation family owner of Pedroncelli Winery based in Geyserville, California, Julie Pedroncelli St. John is the winery’s writer and editor, sharing stories about her family and employees who make the winery a success.

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A visit to the vineyards of Santa Lucia Highlands in Monterey County reveals that the wind is such a dominant factor, the region might as well be noted for its “aeroir” instead of terroir. 

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Napa Climate NOW!’s “The Road to 350,” was three days of 50-mile or 50-kilometer rides — a nod to the critical number of 350 parts per million, the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere above which life as we know it is severely threatened.

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The heat dome that hit Washington and Oregon is harbinger of the impact of global climate change, giving the wine industry a warning shot and a chance to assess what winegrowers face down the road, said environmental scientist Greg V. Jones.

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Burning old grapevines may be the cheapest way to dispose of them, for vineyard owner, but external costs include the impact on global warming and the downwind health costs that accrue to workers and neighbors.

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After winning a five-course meal at Charlie Palmer's Healdsburg restaurant, Dry Creek Kitchen, Lenore Hirsch decided there will be more dinners in her future from this acclaimed chef.