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Wine and Waves

Author: Stephanie Derammelaere
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2015

Surfing vintners see a connection between the sport they love and the wines they make.


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2015 Harvest Fair Guide

Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2015

Welcome to the 41st annual Sonoma County Harvest Fair


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A New Perspective

Author: Judith M. Wilson
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2015

Wineries with onsite lodging give guests a chance to experience Wine Country lifestyle up close and personal.


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Signature Wines

Author: Karen Hart
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2015

GrapeSeed partners iconic winemakers and passionate vino lovers for a unique wine club experience.


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Vineyard Vignettes: Kobler Estate Winery, Benovia Winery, Rocca Family Vineyards, Tayson Pierce Wine

Author: Bonnie Durrance
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2015

Vineyard Vignettes: Kobler Estate Winery, Benovia Winery, Rocca Family Vineyards, Tayson Pierce Wine


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Wine Tasting Made Easy

Author: Jane Hodges Young
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2015

Debunking wine myths


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People You Should Know: Heidi Kuhn

Author: Elaine B. Holtz
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2015

Replacing mine fields with agricultural crops across the globe.


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2014 Special Wine Issue

Stories in the Glass

Author: Bonnie Durrance
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2014

When you’ve been in the wine business this long, you have a few tales to tell.


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2014 Harvest Fair Guide

Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2014

Welcome to the 40th annual Sonoma County Harvest Fair


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Liquid Art

Author: Stephanie Derammelaere
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2014

Small, independent winemakers are doing it their way.


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All in Good Fun

Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2014

NorthBay biz seeks out interesting moments in the tasting room.


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One for All

Author: Stephen Ferry
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2014

Winery alliances build brand awareness and enhance customer experience.


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Vineyard Vignettes: Tedeschi Family Winery, Desmond Estate Vineyards, William Cole Vineyards, Frost

Author: Christina Julian, Julie Fadda Powers, Alexandra Ru
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2014

Vineyard Vignettes: Tedeschi Family Winery, Desmond Estate Vineyards, William Cole Vineyards, Frostwatch Vineyard & Winery


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Drink Up!

Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2014

NorthBay biz asks for some true confessions.


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Iron Horse Arrives

Author: Juliet Porton
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2013

The Sterling family puts Green Valley on the map.


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Beyond the Bottle

Author: Christina Julian
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2013

Quality boxed and other alternatively packaged wines are gaining increased acceptance among consumers.


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2013 Harvest Fair Guide

Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2013

Welcome to the 39th annual Sonoma County Harvest Fair


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Press On

Author: Karen Pavone
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2013

North Bay craft cidermakers are riding a new wave of popularity and finding contentment at the core.


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Swirl, Sniff, Sip, Savor

Author: Tim Carl
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2013

Exploring the art and science of tasting wine


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Vineyard Vignettes: Ten Acre Winery, Adler Deutsch Vineyard, Hunnicutt, Pech Merle, Acorn Winery

Author: Bonnie Durrance and Jane Hodges Young
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2013

Vineyard Vignettes: Ten Acre Winery, Adler Deutsch Vineyard, Hunnicutt, Pech Merle, Acorn Winery


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Above the Fog

Author: Julie Fadda
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2012

Our eighth installment of the Hidden Gems series ventures to the Fort Ross-Seaview AVA, where magic happens every day.


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Taste the Difference

Author: Christina Julian
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2012

Unusual varietals are gaining favor, especially among younger drinkers.


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A Voice for Small Wineries

Author: Juliet Porton
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2012

Family Winemakers of California is now in its 22nd year of advocating for the needs of smaller-scale wine producers.


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Great Whites

Author: Alexandra Russell
Special Wine Issue, Oct, 2012

High-end Chardonnays: Everyone wins when the wine is this good.


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Business As Usual

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