Posted in Growing Season on Mar 02, 2016
By Register Staff
With the combination of warm temperatures and relatively little recent rain, bud break has begun in Napa Valley, marking the beginning of the winegrape growing season. “Buds on chardonnay have begun swelling and bursting on a few vines. With this warm weather and no real rain or cold weather in the near forecast, it shouldn’t be long before everything takes off,” said Brittany Pederson, viticulturist at Silverado Farming Company and a member of the Napa Valley Grapegrowers.
Posted in Press Releases on Feb 26, 2016
Napa, CA (February 26, 2016) – With the combination of warm temperatures and relatively little recent rain, bud break has begun in Napa Valley, marking the beginning of the winegrape growing season.
Posted in Press Releases on Feb 18, 2016
NAPA, CA (February 18, 2016) – On Wednesday March 2, the Napa Valley Grapegrowers continues the three-part Sustainable Vineyard Practices Series (“SVP”). This session brings the top minds in research to Napa, where they’ll deliver practical tools and information, giving vineyard owners and managers what they need to protect their investment and bring heightened quality to their winegrapes.
Posted in Press Releases on Feb 09, 2016
NAPA, CA (February 9, 2016) – This Thursday, February 11, the Napa Valley Grapegrowers will kick-off the three-part Sustainable Vineyard Practices Series (“SVP”), providing grapegrowers and industry professionals with the tools and practices they’ll need to navigate the 2016 growing season and avoid any pitfalls that Mother Nature, plant material, or the regulators may throw their way!
By Maria Sestito
YOUNTVILLE — “I already won because I’m here,” said Roberto Juarez (in Spanish) during the 15th annual Napa County Pruning Contest on Thursday at Beringer Vineyards’ Gamble Ranch. Out of the thousands of farmworkers in the Napa Valley, fewer than 100 were selected to participate in the pruning contest presented by the Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation and the Napa Valley Grapegrowers.