Small Winery Operators Fear New California Wastewater Rules Will Cork ProfitsCalifornia regulators have approved a new set of statewide rules for wastewater discharged from wineries and some smaller operators in the North Bay are saying the new requirements could put them out of business.
China Tariffs Threaten California's Robust Wine IndustryThe fight over trade between the U.S. and China could have a big impact on California's wine industry.
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 Women Working In Once Male-Dominated Wine IndustryIt's harvest time in Napa and Sonoma and -- due to labor shortages -- more women have been recruited not only to pick grapes, but also turn them into wine.
Napa Valley Wine Industry Reports $80.3 Million Damage Toll From EarthquakeNapa Valley's wine industry suffered $80.3 million in damage from the 6.0-magnitude earthquake last month, according to a report being presented today to the Napa County Board of Supervisors.
California Grape Crop Shows Declining NumbersUnseasonably cool weather affected the crop for the second straight year.
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.