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.
KCBS’ Jeff Bell talks to Dr. Jack Aldridge, Director of Veterinary Services at The San Francisco SPCA about the surprising effects of raisins and grapes on dogs.
Some farmers in the Wine Country are taking precautions against the wet weather to protect their crops from fungus.
With one of the strangest growing seasons in years behind them, North Bay wine makers are assessing the vintage that just may turn out to be better than anyone expected.
Sonoma Valley winemakers are racing to complete the grape harvest after a weekend storm drenched the vineyards, threatening to mold the grapes.
California agricultural officials say they have successfully beaten back an invasive species that was threatening the state’s wine industry.
A cool summer along the West Coast has made for a hurried harvest in the nation’s top winemaking regions as growers rush to beat the first frost. Vintners, however, are hopeful the late grapes will make great wine.