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Come April 15, gatherings can resume in California for the first time since March 2020. Some in Napa Valley's events industry say the future is still uncertain.
The Napa Valley Wine Library will present its 30th Annual Wine Seminar online via Zoom at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 15.
Many businesses felt forced to cut staff amid shutdowns. Some employees left the hospitality industry or moved, leaving behind a gap in Napa Valley's tourism workforce.
In a move towards eco-diversity, Rombauer Vineyards is using sheep to mow down the cover crop and naturally fertilize the vines.
RD Wines, founded by Dong Van Nguyen, pays tribute to his homeland in Vietnam by recreating a tropical ambiance to serve his wines with Asian-inspired cuisine.
The willingness of Josiah Baldivino and Stevie Stacionis to admit that their decision to open a second Bay Grape location in Napa came on the heels of a clarity-inducing mushroom trip in Snow Canyo, Utah, is enough to show that this really isn’t your typical Napa wine business.
Temporary dining and recreation uses are proposed for the former Copia south garden space, to be known as Oxbow Yard.
While the Newton Vineyard winery is rebuilt after being heavily damaged in the 2020 Glass Fire, they will begin holding tastings at Brasswood St. Helena.
A move for Todd Humphries' Kitchen Door , a new cheese series from Janet Fletchen and Laura Werlin, and family activities at the Meritage/Vista Collina.