Liam & the World Wine Guys met at CHAYA in San Francisco for a conversation over good food paired with knockout wines…
Narsai David says there’s a new wine and food festival starting up in Amador Valley next spring that’s definitely worth checking out.
Summer’s almost over, but it’s still a good time to enjoy chardonnay. Our food and wine expert has two to choose from, plus a zinfandel from Dry Creek Valley.
This is harvest season in the wine country and vintners are trying to help other winemakers, whose facilities might have been damaged by the August 24 earthquake.
Our food and wine critic says Winesong in Mendocino County is a decadent party and that it benefits a good cause.
Napa Valley’s winemakers are making a major charitable contribution to help with the recovery from Sunday’s 6.0 earthquake. At a Tuesday news conference, a vintners association said they’d donate $10 million.
Napa officials said this morning the initial estimate of damage from Sunday’s 6.0-magnitude earthquake to privately owned homes and commercial properties in the city is $300 million.
The region produces 17% of the nation’s wine, including some of the most prized vintages bottled just north of Napa in Calistoga, Yountville and St. Helena. For owners of those labels, there is no way to replace the loss of a product bottled years ago.
The most powerful earthquake to strike the Bay Area in nearly 25 years will likely take a toll on wine industry after rocking the Napa area.
The Santa Clara Valley Wine Trail officially opened Friday. The route directs tourists and residents through local wineries, vineyards farms and orchards around Morgan Hill and Gilroy.