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 By Jennifer Bravo In honor of the recently-observed Earth Day, we chatted with two beekeepers who work with honeybees in their vineyards.
By Christopher Taranto The Paso Robles American Viticultural Area (AVA) was established in 1983 and at that time there were 556,765 total acres with a little over 5,000 under vine.
TASTE News Service, March 31, 2021 — April kicks off California Wines Down to Earth Month, an annual celebration of the wine community's dedication to protecting the land, communities and wine industry for future generations.
TASTE News Service, March 24, 2021 —Jordan Vineyard & Winery has announced a multi-year planting program to turn acres of non-native grassland into preserved habitat for vital pollinators, including the at-risk Western Monarch butterfly, native bees and other insects.
TASTE News Service, March 24, 2021 –  Paul R. Marsh is the new Lodi Visitor Center Manager and Wine Club Director.
TASTE News Service, March 17, 2021 - years ago, a pioneering Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon winemaker followed his heart to the cool-climate, wind-swept hills of Carneros to find a terroir perfectly suited to Pinot Noir — the grape he was raised with in Germany.
By Dan Clarke Leafing through the just-arrived copy of Time Magazine, an article caught my eye.
TASTE News Service, March 3, 2021 – The Sonoma Valley Vintners & Growers Alliance (SVVGA) has launched a new marketing program and campaign called Sonoma Valley Presents.
TASTE News Service, February 23, 2021 — In partnership with NielsenIQ, the Wine Market Council (https://winemarketcouncil.com/) just completed a study on the role of wine in a Wellness Lifestyle.
By Christopher Taranto The Paso Robles American Viticultural Area (AVA) was established in 1983 and at that time there were 556,765 total acres with a little over 5,000 under vine.
TASTE News Service, February 2, 2021 – The Napa Valley Vintners has amassed a stunning collection of nearly 100 exclusive library wine lots for its inaugural Direct from the Cellar: Napa Valley Library Wine Auction.
English Wine: A Rare Benefit of Global Warming.
Editor’s Note: Regular visitors to Taste California Travel may be familiar with Dr. Liz Thach, whose articles grace our electronic pages from time to time.
By Christopher Taranto The Paso Robles American Viticultural Area (AVA) was established in 1983 and at that time there were 556,765 total acres with a little over 5,000 under vine.
TASTE News Service, January 5, 2021 -- E. & J. Gallo Winery (Gallo) today announced that it has completed the acquisition of more than 30 wine brands from Constellation Brands, Inc. 
TASTE News Service, December 22, 2020 – For the fourth year in a row, the David Stevens Memorial Trophy for Winery of the Year at Dan Berger’s International Wine Competition was won by Jeff Runquist Wines with perhaps its best showing ever.
By Dan Clarke “Old Vine Zinfandel” is seen on more than just a few bottles these days.  Obviously, wine marketers figure the phrase resonates with consumers. But what does it mean?
TASTE News Service, November 24, 2020 – Upon surveying growers and vintners across the region the Mendocino WineGrowers (MWI) ihas announced that the 2020 vintage is showing amazing quality with smaller berries, intense flavor and great color. 
by Fiona Fang A memorable wine is an orchestration of art and science, passion and hard work.
By Rachael Lucas Certain wine grapes exist that are known as indigenous, and they are so particular to their places of origin that they are nearly impossible to grow elsewhere. 
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