Editor’s note: This is adapted from an article that appeared in Appellation Cornell’s 2017 Research publication. Standard vineyard […]
When faced with spotted wing drosophila (SWD), it’s critical for growers to keep in mind this is almost […]
Growers’ planting plans are now more closely reflecting consumer demands, which means little increase in overall acreage.
It’s essential to get the right amount of nutrients applied in order to get the best results from your vines.
Sonoma County wines bearing new logo to indicate dedication to sustainable growing.
California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance (CSWA) has released its first annual Certified Sustainable Report, highlighting the 127 wineries and […]
A lot of equipment is designed for large vineyards, so introducing new technology on a smaller scale can be a balancing act.
Growers, vintners feted at the association’s annual convention and trade show.
Topics include winery establishment considerations, trunk and cordon renewal, using NEWA and more.
Growers and other industry folks from 30 countries attended the 24th Unified Wine & Grape Symposium, which wrapped up yesterday.
Vincent Indelicato, whose father founded the California vineyard, passed away Dec. 17.
Former State Assemblyman Bill Berryhill is chosen by members to lead CAWG Board of Directors.
VitisGen2 project seeks to breed varieties with powdery mildew resistance that also meet marks for fruit and wine quality.
After wreaking havoc on grapevines for 125 years, causing severe wine industry losses, Pierce’s Disease may have finally met its match.
While it is expected to have little impact on this year’s vintage, researchers are studying smoke taint to understand more of the indicators.
Wine Institute: Strong quality across the state as ample rain ended drought.
Marrone Bio Innovations says new product has proven highly effective for controlling downy mildews and white molds.