Hop Kiln Winery - Healdsburg, California
Fine wine from the Russian River
USA: Kincade wildfire forces thousands to evacuate across Sonoma County
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Footage filmed on Chalk Hill Road in Alexander Valley on Sunday, shows the extent of the ferocious Kincade wildfire, which has been raging across California's Sonoma County, forcing thousands to evacuate and leaving millions without power.
In the footage, an outbuilding can be seen on fire as well as several members of the local fire service tackling the blazes.
According to reports, around 2.3 million people have been left without power since the fires began and at least 180,000 people forced to evacuate by local authorities. Reportedly, around 3,000 emergency service personnel are tackling the fires, which have been spread with the aid of strong winds.
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Hanzell Vineyards - Sonoma, California
The home of the oldest Chardonnay vines in California, Hanzell Vineyards was founded by James David Zellerbach (later a United States Ambassador to Italy) who acquired 200 acres in the Mayacamas Mountains in 1943 and began planting Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in 1953.
To see my review of Hanzell Vineyards and pictures check out California Wine Tasting Adventures:
Olympia's Valley Estate | Katie & Billy | Northern California Ranch Wedding | Northfern
Located in Petaluma, CA. Olympias Valley is a hidden gem of the coast. A nestled ranch with happy cows and horses features an incredible victorian house from the 1800's and an extravagant barn. Katie & Billy shared an intimate wedding with their friends and family on May 13th, filled with touching moments and gut-busting laughter. Before escaping to Thailand for their honeymoon they said their vows, cut some cake, and danced the night away.
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descending Geysers Road (Sonoma County) from the summit towards Healdsburg
Descending Geysers Road in Sonoma County from the summit towards Healdsburg (after climbing the steep side from Cloverdale). Western Wheelers Bicycle Club long distance training ride. March 20, 2016.
Two firefighters injured while fighting Northern California wildfires
California authorities said two firefighters were injured Sunday while battling the Kincade Fire that has been raging since Wednesday.Cal Fire spokesman Jonathan Cox said Sunday one firefighter sustained serious burn injuries and was airlifted to UC Davis Medical Center. The other firefighter who was burned had minor injuries.Nearly 200,000 people in Northern California are under evacuation orders as crews grapple with a wildfire in Sonoma County, which has burned 85 square miles (220 square kilometers), destroyed 94 structures and was threatening 80,000 buildings.Ferocious winds have driven multiple wildfires through bone-dry vegetation, leading California's Gov. Gavin Newsom to declare a statewide emergency Sunday. Firefighters battle a wildfire called the Kincade Fire on Chalk Hill Road in Healdsburg, California Sunday. The wildfire has burned 85 square miles in Northern California so far A firefighter is seen here Sunday walking as the Kincade Fire burns. Ferocious winds driving multiple wildfires through bone-dry vegetation have forced nearly 200,000 people out of their homes Firefighters spray water on a spot fire at a home during the Kincade Fire on Vinecrest Road in Windsor, California Sunday Another firefighter sprays water on a spot fire at a home during the Kincade Fire on Vinecrest Road in Windsor SundayMeanwhile, millions of residents remained without power after the state's largest utility cut electricity as a precaution to prevent more areas from igniting.Newsom said in a statement that officials were deploying 'every resource available' to respond to the wildfires, including a large blaze in Northern California's wine country powered by gusts that reached more than 102 mph (164 kph). California Fire officials said Sunday that the fire had grown to burn over 85 square miles, and officials reported containment had dropped to 5%. At least 94 structures have been destroyed. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next California declares statewide emergency: More than 180,000... Nearly 50,000 people are ordered to evacuate and PG&E will... Devastating footage captures exact moment California's... Share this article Share In the San Francisco Bay Area, two grass fires briefly halted traffic on an Interstate bridge. The flames came dangerously close to homes in Vallejo. Another grass fire closed a stretch of interstate that cut through the state capital as smoke obstructed drivers.In the south, a wildfire in the Santa Clarita area near Los Angeles destroyed 18 structures. As of Sunday night, the Tick Fire was 70% contained.The biggest evacuation was in Northern California's Sonoma County where 180,000 people were told to pack up and leave, many in the middle of the night.To prevent its power lines from sparking in the high winds and setting off more blazes, Pacific Gas & Electric said Sunday that preventative shut-offs impacted 965,000 customers and another 100,000 lost electricity because of strong gusts, bringing the number o
California Sparkling WInes
Local Northern California Masters of Wine have joined forces with the Napa Valley Wine Academy to highlight local wines, wineries and industry businesses in these difficult times.
Armed with a love of wines from Northern California, willing palates and expertise, Napa locals Mary Margaret McCamic MW, Peter Marks MW, Matthew Deller MW, and other MW colleagues are offering educational video vignettes featuring wines from Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino, and more as well as discussions with local businesses about their wine selections.
These short video segments are offered free of charge and are geared toward wine lovers and wine students alike. Masters are donating their time and expertise while also sourcing the wines from local businesses. Their hope is to use the rich history and wine culture of the area raise awareness and support for those in the Northern California area affected by these devastating wildfires.
We encourage those who view the videos to donate to Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund. Other donation options are listed at the bottom of each video should viewers want to help other causes.
Pine Ridge Vineyards - Napa, California
Pine Ridge Vineyards was established in 1978, the winery is tucked into wide side hills located along the Silverado Trail in the Napa Valley. They specialize in Chardonnay and Bordeaux varietals. To see a review and more pictures, click the link below:
Chalk Hill Wines - Bank SA Sea & Vines Festival 2009 talk with Jarrod
Go-DineOut Hospitality Services checked in with the crowd for breakfast at Chalk Hill Wines. Interview Host, Meg Rosvear talked about the event and its popularity to Jarrod of Adelaide and discovered that the event was one that attracted many time and time again.
Historic Healdsburg Plaza Healdsburg California
View from the northeast corner of Historic Healdsburg Plaza at the intersection of Plaza Street and Center Street in the downtown area of Healdsburg, California.
St Francis Winery - Sonoma, California
Over 35 years of producing top quality wines from mountain and valley vineyards in Sonoma County! To see my review of St. Francis Winery and pictures check out California Wine Tasting Adventures:
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This newer winery makes very high quality Cabs and Merlots poured in a very comfy tasting room just off the Silverado trail just south of downtown Calistoga. Part of the Napa Valley Wine Tour Apps from AmicisTours.com
Marco & Autumn || Gun Bun Winery Sonoma
Marco and Autumn tied the knot at Gun Bun Winery in Sonoma.
The History of Healdsburg with Eric Drew
Healdsburg Social presents Eric Drew and a series of videos on the History of Healdsburg. He's lived here since 1974 and has amassed quite the collection of historical artifacts and documents going all the way back to before California was a State! In future episode Eric Drew will dive deeper into the moments that made Healdsburg the crown jewel of Sonoma County!
WINERAM USA Episode 3: Russian River Valley
WINERAM USA is a new series from WINERAM Productions! This show goes into detailed discussions and interviews with key players from some of the United States top wineries and wine regions. Episode 3 takes us down Oregon’s coast to spend some time in San Francisco, California before heading over to one of the countries most esteemed wine regions, the Russian River Valley. In Sonoma, California Colin visits the Hartford Family Winery and takes their head winemaker on a snow biking adventure up in Lake Tahoe.
M2 Wines - Live Music... 2010 Event
Rocking out at M2 Wines.. Come taste the wine!
H 2 Hotel Bike Riders float at Healdsburg Water Carnival
One of two floats from Healdsburg Hotel and H 2 Hotel
Venge Vineyards - Calistoga, California
The Venge (ven-ghee) family has farmed vitis viniferra varieties in Napa Valley for nearly a half-century. The family's viticultural roots flourished in 1976 with the purchase of a 17-acre vineyard in the Oakville District that was planted to Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Nils' son, Kirk Venge, gravitated to winemaking at an early age. He proved to be as talented a winemaker as his father, making wines in his own style, with a vision to build his own legacy in the valley. In 2008, Kirk achieved his lifelong dream and acquired full ownership of Venge Vineyards from his family. Today, Kirk continues the Napa Valley heritage, focusing on select vineyard sites that produce fruit worthy of bearing the Venge family name.
To see my review of Venge Vineyards and pictures check out California Wine Tasting Adventures:
Beauregard Vineyards - Bonny Doon, California
Combing two of my favorite travel destinations, the wine country and the redwood forest, Beauregard Vineyards is located off of the scenic highway 1 on the west side of the Santa Cruz Mountains. They specialize in Burgundian varietals Chardonnay and Pinot Noir but they also produce Cabernet, Sangiovese and other premium wines as well.
To see my review of Beauregard Vineyards and pictures check out California Wine Tasting Adventures: