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Farmers hope El Niño brings more rain, just not too much

By   /  Friday, August 7th, 2015  /  Agribusiness, Columns, Latest news, Top Stories, Wine & Viticulture  /  Comments Off on Farmers hope El Niño brings more rain, just not too much

A strong El Niño is likely to happen for the first time since 1998, and it’s whipping up hysteria throughout California. Central Coast farmers have reason to be skeptical, though, that the rains will actually come. Meteorologists say that a strong El Niño does not mean there will be more rain on the Central Coast, Read More →

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Los Olivos AVA to expand wine profile of Santa Ynez Valley

By   /  Friday, July 17th, 2015  /  Central Coast, Columns, Latest news, Wine & Viticulture  /  Comments Off on Los Olivos AVA to expand wine profile of Santa Ynez Valley

  It won’t be long before the region’s wine map will be shaded in with Santa Barbara County’s newest viticultural area, the Los Olivos District, nearly completing a profile of the Santa Ynez Valley as a diverse wine producer. Fred Brander, one of the county’s most senior viticulturists, began exploring the idea of an American Read More →

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Vintners decry proposed changes to Santa Barbara County winery ordinance

By   /  Friday, July 3rd, 2015  /  Agribusiness, Central Coast, Latest news, South Coast, Top Stories, Tri-County Economy, Wine & Viticulture  /  Comments Off on Vintners decry proposed changes to Santa Barbara County winery ordinance

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Drought will make water pricey, stymie development

By   /  Friday, July 3rd, 2015  /  Agribusiness, Central Coast, Latest news, South Coast, Top Stories, Tri-County Economy, West Ventura County, Wine & Viticulture  /  Comments Off on Drought will make water pricey, stymie development

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Paso Robles wine castle’s woes fade into medieval history

By   /  Friday, June 19th, 2015  /  Central Coast, Columns, Latest news, Small Business, Tourism, Tri-County Economy, Wine & Viticulture  /  Comments Off on Paso Robles wine castle’s woes fade into medieval history

The former Eagle Castle Winery, a Paso Robles wine country landmark overlooking Highway 46 West, has emerged from its version of the Dark Ages with a more modern look and visitor-friendly improvements after sitting vacant for 18 months and being sold while under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Now the home of Tooth & Nail Winery, Read More →

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Eberle regains control of Paso Robles winery after difficult 16 months

By   /  Friday, June 12th, 2015  /  Central Coast, Latest news, Small Business, Top Stories, Wine & Viticulture  /  Comments Off on Eberle regains control of Paso Robles winery after difficult 16 months

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California agriculture to lose $1 billion in 2015 due to drought

By   /  Friday, June 5th, 2015  /  Agribusiness, Columns, Latest news, Small Business, Top Stories, Tri-County Economy, Wine & Viticulture  /  Comments Off on California agriculture to lose $1 billion in 2015 due to drought

A study by the California Department of Food and Agriculture and researchers at UC Davis estimates that agriculture across the state may see as much as $1 billion lost in gross revenue through 2015 as the drought continues and groundwater supplies are further depleted. “The 2015 drought is not as severe as initially anticipated, but Read More →