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Vinography Images: The Peak

The Peak HEALDSBURG, CA: Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards are viewed in the Alexander Valley near Healdsburg, California with the peak of Mount St. Helena in the background. Though less famous than its neighbor Napa, the Alexander...Show More Summary

The Silicon Valley Effect on Wine

Less than 100 miles separates Napa Valley from Google's headquarters in Mountain View, a sprawling, leafy campus that is as good a candidate as any for the symbolic heart of today's Silicon Valley. Driving through the country lanes of...Show More Summary

Where Our Car of the Year Judges Go in Napa Valley After Hanging Up Their Helmets

Editor in Chief Brett Anderson takes a tour of Robb Report’s favorite places to refuel in wine country.

Car of the Year 2017 Winner Revealed

More than 150 Robb Report readers convened in Napa Valley to judge 13 extraordinary automobiles…

Wrightslaw Training Coming to Napa Valley, CA on May 19, 2017

This Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Conference, a Wrightslaw training program featuring Pete Wright, Esq., is being sponsored by Joanne Elizabeth Gouaux. The conference takes place in the Lincoln Continue Reading ?

Wages rise on California farms. Americans still don’t want the job

Arnulfo Solorio’s desperate mission to recruit farmworkers for the Napa Valley took him far from the pastoral vineyards to a raggedy parking lot in Stockton, in the heart of the Central Valley. Carrying a fat stack of business cards for his company, Silverado Farming, Solorio approached one prospect,...

Hotel Review: Doubletree Napa Valley – American Canyon

Catching up after being TDY for 3 of the last 4 weeks.  This hotel review is part of the Sonoma Valley Wine Tasting I wrote about previously.  This Napa Valley Doubletree is on the main highway connecting both Napa and Sonoma Valleys...Show More Summary

Zayo Adds Colo in Paris, Fiber in Napa Valley

This morning we have two expansion announcements from Zayo, one over in Europe and the other in northern California.... [visit site to read more]

Sadly, Wine-Infused Coffee Won’t Get You Drunk

But you’ll get a caffeine buzz With so many notes and hints and subtleties making up their obsessions of choice, wine snobs and coffee snobs are among the most enthusiastic of all gourmands. A cafe in Napa Valley has come up with a product that should pique the interest of oenophiles and baristas alike: wine-infused coffee. Show More Summary

Everything You Should Know About Wine-Infused Coffee, the Hybrid of Your Dreams

On particularly rough mornings, we're often faced with a tough choice: coffee or wine? And thanks to a new, wine-infused coffee from a Napa Valley company, we can have the best of both worlds without being judged. What exactly is wine-infused...Show More Summary

Your new late-afternoon obsession is here: Wine-infused coffee

You know that dead zone in the late afternoon when it's too late for a cup of coffee but too early for a glass of wine? Well, two Napa Valley brands are coming together to solve that with (drum roll) wine-infused coffee. Yep, it's all happening. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Wines of the Week: California's Alexander Valley Cabernets

It’s worth remembering that all California Cabernet Sauvignon doesn’t come from Napa. It grows in lots of places. Where there is warm sunshine, ample heat units and obliging autumn weather, there are winemakers taking a stab at making it. Where to find it? In the warmer reaches of Paso Robles,...

The white wines of Cabernet country

Fact is, the Napa Valley makes room in its vineyards and its tanks for almost every grape variety, whites included. If you know where you’re going, it’s possible to come home from Napa free of purple-stained teeth, and without missing one fluid ounce of the fun. Show More Summary

Sample the landscape, not the wine, in Napa Valley

Much of the old-growth forest was felled for the sawmill that once operated here, but in the narrow canyons, some old giants persist. The preserve offers a taste of a lesser-seen side of this world-famous wine region: wild and quiet, without a winery-bound tour bus in sight. Show More Summary

One Day, One Place: Napa a destination in its own right

The city bearing the name of the world famous valley spent years as the less-popular sister of the more touristy towns of St. Helena, Calistoga and Yountville. In the past decade, the city has added a revitalized riverfront (complete...Show More Summary

Insider: Designer Erin Martin’s Napa Valley favorites

Insider: Designer Erin Martin’s Napa Valley favorites Erin Martin’s inventive interiors have made her a design-world supernova, with carte-blanche clients and lavish coverage in the luxe shelter magazines. Unorthodox, irreverent andShow More Summary

A Look at 2015 Napa Cabernet: Tasting at Premiere Napa Valley

Each year, the Napa Valley Vintners Association pulls out all the stops to host its annual fundraising event known as Premiere Napa Valley. Not to be confused with its star-studded charity auction in the spring (known as Auction Napa Valley), Premiere Napa Valley is a more focused event. Show More Summary

Overflowing Glory Hole

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The spillway at Lake Berryessa in California's Napa Valley works like a sink or tub overflow drain. It just automatically drains when the water level in the reservoir behind the Monticello Dam gets to a certain height. The locals call the round, accessible spillway the Glory Hole. Show More Summary

Vinography Images: Rolling Reds

Rolling Reds HEALDSBURG, CA - JULY 14: Alexander Valley hillside vineyards of Cabernet Sauvignon ripen under the warm afternoon sun, near Healdsburg, California. Alexander Valley is much less well-known than Napa Valley which sits only...Show More Summary

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