The CallingDiscover an array of Russian River and Alexander Valley wines for holiday entertaining or gift-giving. From box sets to bottles signed by co-founder and sports commentator Jim Nantz, there is the ideal gift for everyone on your list.
Gary Farrell WineryGary Farrell Winery introduces a unique and limited-time guest experience this winter with its Woodland Tasting available in one of three new “Glamping Cottages.”
La CremaThis holiday season, La Crema is offering specials to please any wine lover. From exclusive verticals to surprise gifts, savor the best of La Crema in Healdsburg or at the La Crema Estate at Saralee’s Vineyard.
Ravenswood WineryCelebrating 40 years, Ravenswood embraces the bold, natural flavors of California Zinfandel – creating “No Wimpy Wines” since 1976 and a signature, spicy addition to any enthusiast’s cellar.
SIMI WineryCelebrating 140 years, SIMI Winery crafts every bottle of wine with the warmth and welcome of Sonoma County hospitality.
Sonoma-Cutrer VineyardsPlease join us one and all for our annual complimentary Holiday Open House at Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards on Saturday December 10th from 12pm-4pm.
Former Napa Valley Winemaker Arrested For Fraud, Mislabeling WinesA man faces fraud charges stemming from the alleged mislabeling of supposedly premium wine in the Napa Valley.
California's Renowned Vintners Talk Vino at The Grand Grape Celebration In YosemiteCalifornia’s most renowned vintners are getting together in Yosemite this Fall to share some of their most acclaimed wines. There will be plenty of opportunities to speak with...
Canned Wine Has Vino Lovers Popping Tabs, Not CorksThe canned wine trend is catching on. -- no glasses or cork screws necessary.
Millennials Putting A Cork In $2 Chuck Forget the $2 Chuck. A new survey of wine industry leaders has found that millennials are flocking to the higher priced premium wines.
Napa Valley Vintner Brings Robotics To Winemaking ProcessWith harvest season underway in Wine Country, one vineyard is using robots to help make the perfect bottle.
Berkeley Wine Shop Owner Sold Fake ‘Rare’ Vintages, Bilked Customers $45 Million To Pay For Lavish LifestyleThe owner of Berkeley's now-bankrupt Premier Cru wine shop admits he defrauded customers of at least $45 million to finance his lavish lifestyle.

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