Sonoma County Wine and Vineyard News
SANTA ROSA, Calif. (August 24, 2015) – Sonoma County’s winegrape growers have voluntarily committed to conserve water by 25% from 2013 levels consistent with the required reductions associated with rural residential water use in the four key water sheds – Mark West Creek, Green Valley Creek, Dutch Bill Creek and Mill Creek. In these four
September 9, 2014 – Santa Rosa, CA – Sonoma County’s 2014 harvest season started earlier than normal with the first grapes being picked on July 29 for sparkling wines. Since then, winegrowers and winemakers throughout Sonoma County have been holding a steady pace on grape picking for still wine varieties, such as Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc,
Author/ Editor David Eddy, of American/Western Fruit Grower wrote on the recent seminar seminar on the UC-Davis campus titled: “An In-Depth Look At Red Leaf Viruses” on GrowingProduce.com. Winegrape growers in California, as well as other scattered locations across the country, are seeing red in their normally green foliage, and they want to know why.
Wine Growers & Wineries Partner To Benefit Environment and Local Economy According to a press release from Sonoma County Winegrowers and Sonoma County Vintners, consumers will be able to purchase any Sonoma County wine with confidence knowing that all of the region’s wines are grown and made in the nation’s first 100% sustainable county. The