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Sonoma (Sonoma, California)

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  • Brides could be walking down the vineyard aisle

    Brides could be walking down the vineyard aisle
    More wedding bells could ring at Napa Valley wineries after a tough economic year that has some saying yes to a proposal to revise rules banning most vineyard vows. Proponents say the plan would bring in some cash for struggling vintners and provide an...
  • Bob Hosmon's wine column: Sauvignon blancs are perfect for summer — they are inexpensive too

    You can savor and save this summer with wines made from the sauvignon blanc grape. The big question, however, is: Which sauvignon blanc? And that depends on what style of white wine you like. The grape originated in France, where it thrives in the...
  • 10/13 Storm Blog: Rain Caused Power Outages, Didn't Dent Drought Conditions

    10/13 Storm Blog: Rain Caused Power Outages, Didn't Dent Drought Conditions
    Visit this page on FOX40.com for rolling updates on the 10/13 Storm: Update at 4:00pm: FOX40 News at 5:30pm will air as a special report, "After The Storm." Be sure to tune in to see your photos and hear your storm stories, including what to do about...
  • Raves for Ravenswood's zinfandels

    If Georges Duboeuf is the acknowledged "King of Beaujolais" in France, then Joel Patterson, founding winemaker at Ravenswood, should be hailed as California's "King of Zinfandel." Starting in 1976 with a one-man winery making 327 cases of zinfandel,...
  • Wine named in honor of legendary rocker

    A limited edition wine will be released Sunday in honor of Burbank native Randy Rhoads, who was the lead guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne and Quiet Riot before he was killed in a plane crash while on tour with Osbourne in 1982. The Rhoads special edition 2005...
  • Wine on the rocks

    Wine on the rocks
    Family and friends toasted guitar legend Randy Rhoads on Sunday during a release party for a Cabernet Sauvignon that bears his name. Rhoads was the lead guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne and Quiet Riot before he was killed in a plane crash while on tour...
  • It's A Gray Area: Geothermal hot in sustainable world

    Much of Iceland sits on active volcanic zones. In fact, that is why the country is known as the land of fire and ice. In those volcanic areas, when ground water flows down into the cracks of the Earth's surface and encounters hot or molten rock, it either...
  • You, your doctor and the internet

    You, your doctor and the internet
    You've just started treatment with a new psychiatrist, whom you like very much. Should you "friend" her on Facebook? If she says yes, what if she finds those pictures of you dancing drunkenly with the lampshade on your head — after you told her you...
  • Struggles Don't End With Guardsmen's Return

    With the Iraq war, thousands of California families became combat families nearly overnight, as the California National Guard, and Guard units all over the country, began their first large-scale federal mobilization since the Korean War. "We are proud of...
  • California visitor bureaus

    This list of visitor offices was provided largely by the California Division of Tourism in Sacramento. It was edited for space. More information: (800) 862-2543, http://www.visitcalifornia.com . Amador County Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau, (800)...
  • To Bodega Bay, for the birds

    To Bodega Bay, for the birds
    No, there's never been a fatal bird attack on visitors to this picturesque fishing village an hour's drive north of San Francisco. "Not a one," said local birder Ken Wilson, who is amazed at the hold that Alfred Hitchcock's thriller "The Birds" --...