RUTHERFORD — Dozens of Mumm Napa employees gathered Wednesday morning to celebrate the start of the 2014 harvest on the winery’s crushpad.
The Napa County Board of Supervisors has approved changes to the county’s conflict of interest code, which stipulates which of its most senior officials have to disclose economic interests such as real estate, stock investments or gifts, loans and other payments.
THE Barossa Valley's Schild Estate is the latest winery business to go on the block, as it seeks to tap the growing investor interest in a sector long dogged by oversupply and low prices.
The Napa Valley Vintners trade association reports that the first of Napa Valley’s sparkling wine producers will begin picking grapes tomorrow, just two days earlier than the start of last year’s wine grape harvest.
“The Man Who Came to Dinner”: 7 p.m. today-Sat. Lincoln High School, 6844 Alexandria Place. $ 10.