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A look at Sustainability at Lasseter Family Winery

Earth Day has come and gone for another year, but the focus on sustainability only continues to sharpen in California wine country. That’s why we like to share the stories of wineries and grape growers who are doing their part

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Sonoma Museum Project: The Wine Barrel as Art

It never ceases to amaze me how wine impacts so many people in so many ways. I also am heartened by how giving the wine community is, and how it supports both charitable and community causes. With that mind, I’d

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Posted in Wine Buzz

Aventine Glen Ellen to Host Special Winemaker Dinner

Whenever I’m in California’s North Coast wine country, I make the time to have a meal at the Rutherford Grill in Napa Valley. The food is fabulous (never had a bad or even merely a so-so meal), the wine list

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No More Grapevines for the Santa Monica Mountains

The California wine industry traces its beginnings not to Napa Valley or Sonoma Valley, but rather to Southern California. Long before the North Coast region emerged as a worldwide wine leader, wineries dotted the landscape in Los Angeles and the

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Posted in The Wine Business
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