From the annual Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival to the J-Pop Summit, both in San Francisco, these are just some of the things to do this week in the Bay Area!
The Wragg Fire in Wildhorse Canyon near Napa Valley has now charred more than 11 square miles after it jumped a containment line in rugged, steeped terrain that was baking in triple digit temperatures.
A wildfire burning near Napa Valley wine country had calmed enough that many were allowed to return to previously threatened homes, officials said.
B.R. Cohen was the latest family-owned winery to sell to corporate hands. Arrowood also sold recently.
Every year, the people who make Mumm Napa sparkling wines celebrate the first day of the harvest crush with a dignified ceremony. While the cork-popping may be traditional, the timing of Wednesday’s party is anything but.
You’ve seen dogs trained for search and rescue and others for for sniffing out narcotics. Now some Bay Area dogs are learning to dig up what chefs call the “black diamond,” better known as truffles.
In Napa Valley, home to some of California’s prized vineyards, the vines are looking healthy, despite the state’s historic drought, reports CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy.
The growing appetite for truffles is feeding demand for dogs trained to sniff out the pungent fungus prized by chefs and foodies.
Turns out there is one up side to California’s crippling drought.
It was a record harvest for Washington state in 2014, with many California-based wineries starting to invest in properties.