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Afternoon Brief, October 13th

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California Insurance Commissioner Orders Key Fixes for Winery, Vineyard, Farm Insurance Policies After Fire Losses: California’s top insurance regulator on Tuesday announced two key steps intended to help many vintners, wine grape growers and other farmers that have been locked out of commercial insurance coverage after massive wildfires across the state in the past several years...

Swift, Uneventful Sonoma County Winegrape Harvest Is a Welcome Change and May...

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Hopes for Long, Wet Winter Follow Near Perfect Growing Year SANTA ROSA, Calif.  (October 13, 2021) – Grape growers around the county are breathing a...

Afternoon Brief, September 27th

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Newest Approved AVA—Virginia Peninsula: The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) had officially given its blessing to the Virginia Peninsula American Viticultural Area (AVA), which includes five wineries and 112 acres of commercial vineyards...

Grower BBQ Virtual Seminar with In-Person Trade Show

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Sonoma County Winegrowers is excited to reunite with our winegrowing community with our first in-person grower event since early 2020! Join us in the...

Afternoon Brief, July 9th

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Altria Reaches Agreement to Sell Its Ste. Michelle Wine Estates Business: Altria Group, Inc. (Altria) today announced that its subsidiary, UST LLC, has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its Ste. Michelle Wine Estates (Ste. Michelle) business to Sycamore Partners Management, L.P., a private equity firm specializing in consumer, retail, and distribution investments (Sycamore Partners), in an all-cash transaction with a purchase price of approximately $1.2 billion and the assumption of certain Ste. Michelle liabilities (Transaction)...

Afternoon Brief, May 11th

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Production to Cease at Sebastiani Winery in Downtown Sonoma: It is the end of an era for Sonoma’s largest downtown winery. Foley Family Winery plans to lay off most of its workers at the Sebastiani Winery and close its winemaking operations at the eastside facility...

Climate Farmers of Sonoma County Video Series

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May 11th - Sonoma County Winegrowers, in partnership with the California Land Stewardship Institute, is excited to launch a new video series showcasing how...

Afternoon Brief, April 22nd

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California's Droughts Sometimes Make Better Wine, but They're Bad for the Industry Overall -- Here's Why: This year is shaping up to be a very dry one in California. Coming off of an already-dry 2020 — the third-driest year on record since 1895 — the state has gotten only a fraction of the precipitation it would need to replenish water supplies...

Agriculture’s First Climate Adaptation Pilot Program Completed by Sonoma County Winegrowers...

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Results and Key Findings Will Be Focus of New Video Series Available to Public SANTA ROSA, Calif. (April 22, 2021) – Twenty growers from the Sonoma...

Afternoon Brief, April 15th

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France’s Wine Regions Start Counting the Cost of April’s Bitter Frost Damage: There’s nothing new about an April frost in France, but precocious ripening of vine buds earlier on in the growing cycle is becoming increasingly common due to global warming. Combined, the two have had a devastating effect on wine producers throughout France...

Sonoma County Winegrowers and Vintners Partner to Host Virtual Panel on...

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Virtual Discussion on April 22 Celebrates the World-Class Wine Region’s Dedication to Sustainability SANTA ROSA, California – April 15, 2021 – Whether you’re drinking red or...

Afternoon Brief, April 12th

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Sonoma County Wine Industry Group to Expel Dominic Foppoli's Winery Following Sexual Assault Allegations: The Russian River Winegrowers are the first in the wine industry to formally distance themselves from the Windsor mayor and vintner...

Sonoma County Winegrowers & Vintners Partner to Host Virtual Panel on...

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Virtual Discussion on April 22 Celebrates the World-Class Wine Region’s Dedication to Sustainability April 12th - Whether you’re drinking red or white wine, we can...

Sonoma County’s AG, Wine and Health Communities Have Vaccinated More Than...

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California Secretary of Agriculture Salutes Program’s Success as it Nears 100% Vaccinations of Area’s 8,000 Vineyard and Production Workers SANTA ROSA, Calif.  (March 22, 2021)...

Afternoon Brief, March 12th

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Pandemic Rules Loosened for California Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries: Breweries, wineries and distilleries will soon be allowed to operate outdoors statewide — even if they don't serve food — in the latest loosening of California's coronavirus business restrictions...