Reopening: State Imposes Restrictions On Sonoma County Indoor Dining, Bars, Tasting Rooms, Movie TheatersCiting rising COVID-19 cases, state health officials Sunday ordered Sonoma County to once again prohibit indoor dining, shut down indoor winery tasting rooms and allow bars to remain open only if they also serve food at outside tables.
Sonoma County Relaxes COVID-19 Restrictions For Dine-In Restaurants, WineriesJudging by the sizable turnout in downtown Sonoma Saturday evening, tourists and residents are eager to get back to normalcy as the county's health restrictions were eased.
Napa County Announces Move Into Expanded Stage 2 Reopening; Wineries Not IncludedOfficials in Napa County on Tuesday announced that the state will be permitting additional businesses and services to open with modifications immediately, including dine-in restaurants and shopping malls, but not including wineries.
Vintners In California's Wine Country Bracing for Big Coronavirus ImpactVinters like Napa Valley’s HALL Family Wines owner Kathryn Hall are bracing for a big hit.
Harvest Of Ember & Ash: Soda Rock Winery Bounces Back From Kincade FireThe destructive Kincade Fire burned hundreds of buildings in Sonoma County, including the Soda Rock Winery. But the owner's plans to rebuild it from the ashes tell a tale of resilience in the fire-stricken community.
Paradise Ridge Winery Rebounds After Devastating 2017 Wine Country FiresRebuilding after a wildfire is a long, expensive process. Just ask the owners of Paradise Ridge Winery in Santa Rosa--it was decimated by the North Bay fires two years ago.
Falconer And Her Flock Protect Napa Valley Vineyards From Massive DamageIntruders entering Napa Valley vineyards are threatening massive damage to the wine grape crop, but one woman and her small flock of helpers are standing in their way.
U.S.-China Trade War Drying Up Wine Exports From Napa ValleyThe U.S. trade war with China is drying up wine exports from Napa Valley. Some wineries reporting sales to China have hit rock bottom as a new round of tariffs are expected on June 1.
California Wineries Feeling Effects Of US-China Trade WarCalifornia wineries are feeling the effects of the trade war between the U.S. and China.
Water Vs. Wine: Napa County Supes Pass Watershed Protection RegulationsNapa County held an all-day hearing to debate a proposed set of environmental rules, which, according to both sides, could stop the growth of the wine industry in the region.
Napa County Wineries, Environmentalists Clash Over Proposed Land-Use RulesA land-use fight is brewing in Napa County pitting environmental activists on one side and winery owners on the other.
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.
Wine Country Weddings See Massive Downturn After North Bay WildfiresWedding planners in the North Bay say their businesses are taking a huge hit following the wildfires.
Wine Country Residents Say Big Wineries Don't Pay Fair Share For WaterHomeowners in St. Helena are demanding answers about water rate hikes. They claim big wineries aren't paying their fair share.
Many Sonoma County Wineries Skirt Damage From FiresWhile there was video of vineyards engulfed in flames and social media reports of destroyed wineries as the flames tore through Sonoma County, on Tuesday the damage was not nearly as bad as one might have imagined.