The state’s insurance regulator endorsed proposals that could reshape the real estate market, the latest sign of climate shocks hitting the economy.
Hotels not necessarily known for fine dining are drawing award-winning chefs seeking opportunities for reinvention.
Sales of wine, beer and spirits are up across the board, but “consumers are trading up and spending more,” one analyst said.
A Tudor Revival with seven bedrooms in Berkeley, a Craftsman bungalow with five bedrooms in San Diego and an Italianate house with four bedrooms in Napa.
Beyond the financial cost of the destruction in Napa Valley is the emotional price, as wine that’s been nurtured from vineyard to barrel flows down the drain.
Tens of thousands of residents must evacuate their homes, and more than 100 wineries in Napa Valley are at risk of burning.
Wildfires are raging across Northern California, including in Napa and Sonoma Counties, but locals are used to the danger.
Photographers are on the ground capturing the fast-moving fires that are spreading across the state.
Beyond Champagne, excellent bubbly now comes from all over in a diversity of styles. You don’t require a special occasion to enjoy them.
The utility, which recently emerged from bankruptcy, is upgrading power lines, trimming trees and making other changes to prevent another big fire.
The first African-American to run a major winery, Carlton McCoy spends his days making his industry more approachable and more inclusive.
For 50 years, Andy Beckstoffer drove up the price of wine. Did the strategy work too well?
It’s the virus-era version of the perpetual yule log — a six-hour loop of grazing livestock that provides soothing balm to the shut-in.