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When you are enjoying an amazing view, good music and some great local wine, beer and food. That's why you may want to head to Morro Bay this Saturday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. The Central Coast State Parks Association presents: Stranded in Morro Bay...
On Sunday, the Kelsey Winery in San Luis Obispo held a harvest concert event. Right now, they're fermenting the grapes in order to make the wine, and a huge part of that is grape stomping. Winemakers say the warmer weather has actually been good for
Sultry summer weather turns into crisp cool days with deep blue skies and autumn colors. It's harvesttime a time to reap the reward of months of planning, research, sowing, and nurturing. It's also a time of gratitude for rewards received, to take
Chile (AP) Chile is extending a state of emergency due to a frost that has badly damaged fruit and wine crops. The government declared the agricultural state of emergency for two new regions Monday after announcing it last week for the central region
Tell us what you think of our staffers' picks and let us know what you're reading. Betsy Gleick, Executive Editor Her Pick: Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy by Helen Fielding. I'm whipping through the new Bridget Jones book (out in the U.S. on Oct.
Emergency services say a man has died after being crushed by grapes during the annual harvest in the central Spanish wine producing province of Castilla-La Mancha. A local rescue service center said Friday the man was pulled out of a winery grape
MailTribune.com Mail Tribune Recent rains have turned Southern Oregon's grape harvest into a multiple-act play with extended intermissions. After a warm, dry summer hastened the harvest, showers that arrived in September accelerated picking for some
Click to rate Ajay13, London, United Kingdom, 18 minutes ago haha im at college here :) Reply New Comment New Click to rate eildonhill, melrose, 29 minutes ago Grapes at a commercial-scale vineyard in London have been harvested for the first time
Not necessarily so, say forecasters at the Grand Junction office of the National Weather Service. Still, this morning's low was expected to drop close to a record. That's why the office issued a freeze warning Friday for the Grand Valley and several
Area winemakers are finding little to whine about in this year's grape harvest, which is well underway. "It's been a fun year," said Jim Butler, owner and winemaker at Butler Winery and Vineyards northeast of Bloomington. "Last year was not as much