Everything from family farms to mass tourism to climate change came up during a recent look at Napa County wine country economics.
The threat of smoke taint prompted many a winery in Napa Valley to break contracts with growers. That threatens to strain grower-winery relationships, some industry members say.
The 2020 Napa Valley grape harvest, marred by crop loss, rebalanced an oversupplied market, according to Silicon Valley Bank's state of the industry report.
The pandemic has changed the way Napa Valley's wineries do business. Perhaps for good.
Tasting rooms are an irreplaceable revenue source for Napa Valley's wineries. Now that they're closed, many are taking their tasting experience online.
Three new tenants — two retailers and one wine business — are the newest merchants announced for downtown’s First Street Napa complex.
The Napa name is a valuable asset, boosting the price of the grapes grown here.
Shifting consumer tastes and wine oversupply are forcing the industry to change, says a Silicon Valley Bank report.
Napa County's wine industry in 2019 saw such triumphs as a record-setting crop report and challenges as disputes over planting grapes in the watershed.
Many local residents and groups are spending their weekends helping eight families, who are building their own homes at 684 McCorkle Ave.
First Street Napa announced coworking business, Spaces, will open its first North Bay location in the downtown development in 2020, “providing…
Is Napa’s wine industry ready for the future? Paul Mabray thinks not.
In what may be its most pressing peril, today’s wine industry is heading for a dilemma of demographics with the potential to disrupt sales and…
When it comes to the wine drinkers of tomorrow, what will a looming demographic switch mean for those who make Napa’s staple drink today?
The Silicon Valley Bank Wine Division has released its State of the Wine Industry 2018 report that challenges some of Napa and Sonoma counties…
After almost five years of planning and development of First Street Napa, the first national retailer has been announced.
Demand for premium and high-end luxury wines will grow in the coming year, as will overall sales in each price segment, according to a widely …
Consumers will be drinking fewer inexpensive wines — bottles priced at under $9 — in 2016, while the demand for wine priced over $20 per bottl…