wineries

A staffing shortage clouds the future of Napa Valley restaurants

A staffing shortage clouds the future of Napa Valley restaurants Tim Carl Updated Dec 1, 2018 “Staffing has become the greatest challenge to every restaurant in the Napa Valley,” said Redd’s former general manager, Guy Rebentisch. “First it’s too expensive to live here for many — two of my staff drove in from Sacramento four […]

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Lawsuit Alleges Wineries Failed To Warn Consumers Of Arsenic-Tainted Wine

In April of last year we posted an interview televised on Ring of Fire about the high levels of inorganic arsenic in wines: (https://winewaterwatch.org/2016/04/first-they-found-toxic-glyphosate-in-wine-and-now-arsenic/) and noted that a lawsuit was going to be filed. Wine labeling laws let the wine producers hide alot of additives, arsenic being one for color, smell and flavor among other bad additives.

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Lawsuit Alleges Wineries Failed To Warn Consumers Of Arsenic-Tainted Wine

In April of last year we posted an interview televised on Ring of Fire about the high levels of inorganic arsenic in wines: (https://winewaterwatch.org/2016/04/first-they-found-toxic-glyphosate-in-wine-and-now-arsenic/) and noted that a lawsuit was going to be filed. Wine labeling laws let the wine producers hide alot of additives, arsenic being one for color, smell and flavor among other bad additives.

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New study finds eco wines rate higher than conventionally grown wines according to experts

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/08/160802171829.htm Do eco-friendly wines taste better? Raise a glass to organic grapes: Study finds eco-certified wine rated higher by wine publications Date: August 2, 2016 Source: University of California – Los Angeles Summary: It’s time to toast environmentally friendly grapes. A new study shows that eco-certified wine tastes better — and making the choice even

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Protecting Rural Areas response from Victor Sund

Coastal wineries EDITOR: I agree with Kirsten Cutler (“Protecting rural areas,” Letters, Oct. 12). Our coastal hills need stronger protection from industrial enterprises such as wineries in areas where roads are too small, water too scarce and the environment too fragile to accommodate more development. Emergency services cannot deal with the tourism as it is

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