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.
Everyone loves a bargain and when it comes to red wine, food and wine expert Narsai David says California’s Central Valley has some options you should try.
Liam ventured north to the Robert Sinskey Vineyards for their recent FoodieChap chat…
Chances are if you had a few thousand dollars to plunk down on a seat license and tickets at the new Levi’s Stadium then you won’t suffer sticker shock from the new menu at 49er games.
KCBS Food and WIne Editor Narsai David looks at the 9th annual Napa Valley Festival del Sole, taking place July 11-20.
Our food and wine expert has two summer wines you should try from Sonoma and Mendocino counties.