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(19) updates to this series since
A dry, mild winter and rain in mid-May have made for a fairly unconventional growing season so far.
With BottleRock 2020 postponed until October, organizers have created a live virtual series, launching on Memorial Day weekend.
Napa County's wine grape crop in 2019 saw a 13.5% decrease in volume and a 9.6% decrease in value as compared to 2018, according to the county's annual crop report, released Tuesday.
Stage 2 reopenings came as a surprise to some restaurant owners in the county, who say they're not yet ready to open their doors.
In the late 1930s, the grandparents of third-generation vintner, Chris Madrigal, emigrated from Mexico to the United States to seek a farming …
Continuing the quest to educationally venture into the deep world of wine this week, I’ll be covering an exciting realm of alternative white varietals.
Winemaker Thomas Rivers Brown talks about the affects of COVID-19 on the industry, and the future for Napa Valley's vintages.
Phillip Titus has been appointed as winemaker for Acumen Napa Valley.
Allison Levine and her virtual wine tasting guests decided to focus on our favorite wine regions.
For a Napa Valley winery, making it to 125 years is no small feat.
Wineries are planning to restructure wine tastings to meet public health requirements.
Can you imagine picking-up a restaurant’s wine list only to find a selection of Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir for the reds along with Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc representing the whites?
Two initiatives from Boisset Collection will help give back to communities impacted by the COVID-19 virus.
Chef and co-owner Valentín (Nes) Atayde of Mercadito Food Truck hails from Mexico City, but moved to the U.S. in 2006. The business recently c…