A class action lawsuit filed in California claims some of the nation’s top selling wines contain high levels of arsenic.
The effects of climate change are far-reaching, affecting not only weather, but more critical parts of human life such as food.
New numbers out on Tuesday show it’s a statewide dropoff from a record 2013. Last year 4.16 million tons were crushed, a drop of 11 percent. Things were worse in the Lodi district where 674,000 tons of grapes were crushed—a 17 percent drop.
RADIO ROW Dick Vermeil with Keith and Dave on Radio Row.
E 40 came on with Keith and Dave today. Not your typical guest you hear on KHTK, but a good one. He is not only rapper, he is a wine aficionado, and one big Northern California […]
The utility serving areas damaged by Sunday’s earthquake in the San Francisco Bay Area says it expects to continue searching for possible gas leaks over the coming days.
Wineries like Silver Oak Cellars are still assessing just how much wine was lost in the Napa Quake.
No wineries in the area reported losing their entire crop, but now that the smoke has cleared, the lingering concern is what to do with smoke taint. That’s when grapes exposed to smoke release volatile chemical compounds during fermentation.
LODI (CBS13) — Fresh vegetables with a fine wine. Governor Jerry Brown signed a new law allowing wineries to sell their wine at farmers markets. The catch is only one winery can offer tastings at […]
Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill into law Tuesday allowing for limited wine and cider tasting at certified farmers’ markets.