A group of black book club members were kicked off the Napa Valley wine train for being too loud, sparking claims of racially motivated discrimination.
A Napa Valley vintner has pleaded guilty to illegally trafficking parts of endangered animals in to the US, including sea turtle shells and whale bones.
A former president of the Napa Valley Crime Stoppers has been jailed after stealing more than US$600,000 from a Napa winery.
There are fears among California vintners that the wildfires currently raging in the state may affect grapes with smoke taint.
There is a “growing mismatch” between supply and demand that is badly hampering the Californian wine industry, new analysis has claimed.
Legendary guitarist Carlos Santana has teamed up with Mumm Napa to release a limited edition sparkling wine in support of disadvantaged youths.
The odds might have been stacked against Screaming Eagle’s sister winery Jonata in the beginning, but that hasn’t stopped it from becoming one of California’s top producers.
Master Sommelier Larry Stone is to open his own winery in Oregon’s Willamette Valley and will bottle his first wines this year under the label “Lingua Franca”.
US federal authorities have taken a dim view of ageing wine underwater, warning it may be illegal to sell wine that have been aged that way.
A disagreement over a vineyard in the Napa Valley has ended with the owner murdering his business partner and then killing himself.
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