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7/18/2016

  The folks at the Center for Urban Education About Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA) have found all sorts of creative ways to spread the gospel... More»

7/18/2016

  Whether your grill has seen plenty of action or you’re just dimly aware of the season (thanks, Karl), there are still technically two... More»

7/14/2016

  Before I tell you about Marin County pinot noir, and why it’s special, and why nobody appreciated it a decade ago, and... More»

7/6/2016

  As a tourist destination, wine country is as much a legal invention as a viticultural one. Wineries and breweries have for decades enjoyed an... More»

6/16/2016

  Just east of Napa and over the Vaca Mountains, the usual tour bus route gives way to a place winemaker Trent Ghiringhelli... More»

6/9/2016

  Since 2013, early June has assumed special significance for cocktailians: It signals the advent of Negroni Week, an event... More»

5/23/2016

  Alameda-based distillery Hangar 1 is now producing vodka made with fog. Yup, fog. How's it taste? Like... More»

5/10/2016

  Still a whisper among wine lovers, Petaluma Gap is named for a 15-mile-wide break in the coastal mountain range. Wind and fog are pulled... More»

4/27/2016

  Believe it or not, there are now over 100 wineries in Napa Valley that allow dogs. (If you want to be quickly overwhelmed,... More»

4/13/2016

  If you’re not a Martha or a Nigella, putting together a picnic spread can feel like too much trouble—who can... More»

3/29/2016

  A decade ago, a great wine list offered bottles that you’d only imagined. It had cult wines made of grapes that you... More»

3/16/2016

  Anyone who’s lined up a day of wine tasting has faced a quandary that’s both logistical and metabolic: what to... More»