Napa Valley Grape Growers Say Dry Year Survivable But Fear Prolonged DroughtMost farmers are worried about their crops as they head into the second straight dry year. Vineyard owners say they may be the lucky ones -- at least so far.
Wine Country Growers Boost Research to Combat Climate ChangeHarvest season has begun in the Napa Valley but the $160 billion wine industry could dry up if something isn't done to combat a changing climate.
Wine Country Growers Grapple With Grape GlutA massive harvest for grape growers in the North Bay means vintners have too many grapes and don't know what to do with the inventory.
Many Wine Country Tasting Rooms Reopen As North Bay Wildfires Near ContainmentMost wine tasting rooms have reopened in Napa and Sonoma counties following the wildfires this month in the two counties.
More Drought-Challenged California Winemakers Grow Grapes With Less WaterA growing minority of California growers and winemakers believe that when it comes to wine grapes, the less irrigation, the better.
Wine Country Grape Growers Pleased With 2012 CropAfter 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.
California Agriculture Officials Declare Victory Over Grapevine MothCalifornia agricultural officials say they have successfully beaten back an invasive species that was threatening the state's wine industry.
Invasive Grapevine Moth Caught In Santa Clara Co.Grape growers and wineries in parts of Santa Clara County will have to follow new rules on how they handle and process grapes after the European grapevine moth was discovered for the first time in the county.