It’s harvest time in wine country and for some, that still means getting their stomp on.I took off my shoes and gave it a try during travels About The Bay.
Grapes that spilled from a big-rig after the driver had an asthma attack closed a portion of U.S. Highway 101 near Cloverdale in Sonoma County Sunday
The gradual rise in temperature could eventually threaten Napa’s ability to make wine.
The driver in a pickup truck hauling a trailer filled with grapes that overturned onto northbound U.S. Highway 101 near Windsor Wednesday afternoon suffered minor injuries, according to a California Highway Patrol officer.
Americans spend $29 billion dollars on candy every year. Now, deep in the fields of Bakersfield, there’s a grower who’s trying to take a bite out of that market with new, sweeter kinds of grapes that taste like cotton candy, mango, and lemonade.
Visit these vineyards north of San Francisco that welcome families for a day of fun.
After being challenged with cold and wet weather last year, Napa and Sonoma wine grape growers said this year’s crop is shaping up to look very good.
Unseasonably cool weather affected the crop for the second straight year.
Some grape growers and wine makers have been out picking around the clock, racing to protect this year’s crop from an unusually cold Alaskan storm forecast to hit the Bay Area next week.
A new wine industry report indicates that wine grapes will be in short supply over the next few years, but it won’t mean higher prices.