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1. 2014-08-24 Winemakers evaluate Napa earthquake damage Napa
C. 2014-03-20 Warehouse worker accused of stealing $400,000 worth of wine 2300 Rockville Road, AMERICAN CANYON, Napa
3. 2014-03-15 Well-known restaurant burns downtown Larkspur blaze 234 Magnolia Ave, Larkspur
E. 2014-02-25 Slaughterhouse accused of selling meat from cows with cancer Rancho Feeding Corp, Petaluma
F. 2012-04-06 County considering vineyard regulations Santa Rosa
G. 2011-02-04 Pizzeria vandalism was work of rivals San Rafael
H. 2010-04-08 Officials Confirm Grapevine Moth Sonoma County
I. 2009-12-04 Vintners can use 'Calistoga' for its wines Napa
2008-12-22 Feuding family sells Sebastiani Vineyards Sonoma County

Mondavi food, wine museum shuts doors  The museum founded by the late vintner Robert Mondavi is shutting its doors while it seeks more cash to continue operating Napa food, wine mecca coming to SF  The American Center for Wine, Food and the Arts, plans to build a second facility in the city, 40,000-50,000 square feet 'Firm deal' for Chateau Montelena  One of Valley's best-known wineries is being purchased by the owner of one of Bordeaux's top properties Three Sonoma wineries sold in deal
  Winemakers evaluate Napa earthquake damage  Valley's $13 billion wine industry was scrambling to take stock of damage after Sunday 6.0 earthquake. Barrels were jolted from racks Warehouse worker accused of stealing $400,000 worth of wine   Jose Pina, 31, of Vacaville, was arrested at 6 p.m. for grand theft and possession of stolen property on suspicion of stealing 350 cases of ...   Well-known restaurant burns downtown Larkspur blaze   The Tavern at Lark Creek sustained significant damage after a fire tore through much of the structure Slaughterhouse accused of selling meat from cows with cancer   Rancho Feeding Corp., the slaughterhouse that recently recalled 8.7 million pounds of beef, is under criminal investigation by the federal g... County considering vineyard regulations  Sonoma County is considering new regulations on grape growers seeking to turn forested hillsides into vineyards Pizzeria vandalism was work of rivals  Pizzeria manager 32-year-old Timothy Tucker is out of a job a day after his arrest on suspicion of vandalizing a rival pizza parlor a block away Officials Confirm Grapevine Moth  County officials say additional land in the wine region will likely be added to a quarantine area after more European grapevine moths were found Vintners can use 'Calistoga' for its wines  Napa Valley winemakers can now put the name 'Calistoga' on wines made from grapes grown in that historic town, federal regulators have ruled Feuding family sells Sebastiani Vineyards

year 2014 Top ^

Aug.24   Napa
Mar.20   Napa
Mar.15   Larkspur
Feb.25   Petaluma

year 2012 Top ^

Apr.6   Santa Rosa

year 2011 Top ^

Feb.4   San Rafael

year 2010 Top ^

Apr.8   Sonoma County

year 2009 Top ^

Dec.4   Napa

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.22   Sonoma County
  The Sebastiani Vineyards and Winery has been sold, marking the end of an era for a family business that came to life a century ago
Nov.25   Napa
Sep.26   Napa
Jul.22   Napa
Jun.10   Santa Rosa
  Wine giant Constellation Brands is selling 7 properties, including three prominent Sonoma County wineries, for $209 million
 Geyser Peak Winery in Geyserville, Gary Farrell in Healdsburg and Buena Vista Carneros in the Sonoma Valley
May.16   Napa
  Pioneering vintner Robert Mondavi, who helped put Californian Cabernets and Chardonnays on the world's map, has died at the age of 94
 Mondavi died peacefully at his Napa Valley home. Governor Schwarzenegger said he was 'a true California legend'

year 2007 Top ^

Aug.1   Napa Stag's Leap Wine Cellars Go Corporate  One of Napa's most prestigious wineries is going from the small family run business it's been for 35 years to part of a major corporation May.17   Napa Dangerous Apple Moth Found
  A brown apple moth, which has the potential to destroy crops, has been found in the city of and the county have been quarantined

year 2006 Top ^

Mar.14   Marin County Salmon Season Postponed  Officials deal with dangerously low levels of the popular fish Jan.3   Napa Storms Not To Affect Wine Crop  The rains weren't expected to wash out the region's grape crop

year 2005 Top ^

Dec.27   Napa Bears Wreaking Havoc In Wine Country
  Winery owners have summoned authorities to trap and shoot black bears that plundered their vineyards Oct.19   Napa Winemakers Predict Large Harvest  The harvest is bringing tentative predictions this will be a vintage year for the multibillion-dollar industry Sep.16   Napa Winemakers Cheer European Union Deal  The vintners applauded a deal that was expected to smooth passage of New World wines to Europe

year 2004 Top ^

Nov.3   Napa Constellation to buy Mondavi in $1b deal
  The Robert Mondavi Corp. is being acquired by alcoholic beverage giant in a $1.03 billion cash deal

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