Does Napa quake portend 'Big One'?
Ron Peralez sits on rubble and looks at damaged buildings on Monday, August 25, in Napa, California.
The Drinks Business
Napa wineries rattled by 6.1 earthquake
On the eve of the 2014 harvest, Napa Valley wineries were rocked by a 6.1 magnitude earthquake in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The IE's Hottest Music 99.1 KGGI
Hey, Earthquakes... Don't Mess With My Wine
California's Napa Valley was rocked by a 6.0-magnitude earthquake that injured over 100 people early Sunday, but fortunately claimed no lives.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
San Francisco Magazine
Napa's Luckiest Breaks: Why the Quake's Toll Could Have Been Much Worse
Up in Napa, it was a day for brushing off the dust, surveying the damage, and hopefully, counting your blessings.
How the California Earthquake Will Affect Wine Prices
With the epicenter of Sunday's earthquake that struck Northern California a mere six miles southwest of Napa, vino fans across the country have been concerned about the many wines that were destroyed in the 6.1-magnitude tumbler.
$50 Billion Wine Industry Begins Reporting Costly Toll Of Sunday's Quake
The dramatic pictures of toppled wine barrels that spread across social media in the moments after Sunday's 6.0 earthquake foretold what some are saying is an incalculable cost to the wine industry.
Even an earthquake can't stop some from wine tasting
We have re-imagined our design in a bold new way. Before we roll it out for everyone, we are giving select readers an opportunity to try out the new design.
National Public Radio
California Quake Means Big Damage For Napa Valley Wineries
Luckily, a historic 6.0-magnitude earthquake in California over the weekend has not resulted in the loss of any human life.
The Fresno Bee
Napa wine and food businesses mop up
Broken olive oil bottles litter the floor at the Lucero Olive Oil store in Napa after the area was shaken by a 6.0 earthquake Sunday.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
San Jose Mercury News
Winemakers assess damage
With its annual harvest in full swing, the crush of visitors to Napa Valley over the next several weeks was expected to be as big as the crush of grapes -- and nearly as lucrative.
California winemakers cleaning up after quake
The earthquake couldn't have come at a worse time for the region, which has just started harvesting the 2014 crop.
San Jose Mercury News
Napa quake tourism: Should you stay or should you go?
With power still out in some places, quake-damaged older buildings and closed streets, tourism officials recommended that visitors stay away from downtown Napa Sunday, and possibly Monday.
The latest on damaging earthquake in California
This is what Associated Press reporters on the scene are learning following the largest earthquake to hit the San Francisco Bay Area in 25 years: The earthquake sent 120 people to Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa, where officials set up a triage tent to handle the influx.
Napa restaurants and wineries assess the...
A resident of Napa looks in the window of Don Perico's Mexican Restaurant which sustained substantial damage from an overnight earthquake in Napa.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Dream of a Lifetime is special visit with best friend
NorthBay Hospice and Bereavement Coordinator Linda Pribble helps Ann Walsh put on her friendship bracelet.
Take a Jaunt to Yountville
While some may consider life in Lamorinda to be a vacation in and of itself, even Lamorindans require a little R & R once in awhile.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
$3 million-plus state grant will help finish the Vine Trail in Napa County
NAPA >> A grant of more than $3 million will help complete the Vine Trail from Napa to Yountville, Napa County Transportation and Planning Agency officials announced Tuesday.
Brannan Cottage Inn creates a picture perfect Napa Valley love nest
Spa resorts, spa vacations and spa hotels are all the rage these days - perfect for girlfriends getaways and romantic retreats.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
California: Wine art in Napa Valley
Keen to sample the lush delights of the Napa Valley, but worried about how expensive it could be? Don't worry - you're not the first.