Construction started last week on the latest new wine warehousing project in Napa Valley, the first of two buildings totaling 287,000 square feet is planned for American Canyon. …
Larkspur-based O’Neill Vintners & Distillers and Vineburg-based Cecchetti Wine Co. on March 4 said they are blending winemaking and sales functions for their respective national wine brands. …
Frank Patassy and his winemaker son, Stephen, sold their Patassy Vineyard property with a 2,000-case-a-year winery. …
March 10, 2014
NOVATO — The Prima Medical Group recently brought on Wayne Fairchild as its new CEO, where he will help spearhead efforts in expanding throughout the North Bay amid a shifting business landscape under the continued implementation of health care reform.
He will help guide Prima Medical Group as it looks to serve as an alternative to both Sutter Health- and Kaiser Permanente-affiliated physicians, organizations that dominate much of the North Bay.
March 10, 2014
ROHNERT PARK — The North Bay iHub has named tech industry sales and business development veteran Steven Palladino as executive director, according to an announcement from the organization’s board of directors.
March 10, 2014
As more producers of higher-end and even superpremium-priced wine turn to screen-printed labels on bottles as a way to distinguish themselves on ever-crowded store shelves, local printing companies have been spending several million dollars upgrading equipment to handle a surge in orders.
“It came in at just the nick of time, because we needed it,” said Mike Bergin about Bergin Glass Impressions’ new equipment.
March 10, 2014
SAN RAFAEL — Dominican University of California plans to merge three separate programs into a single Master of Business Administration curriculum, anchoring various specializations to a central focus on the day-to-day realities of an increasingly globalized economy.
March 7, 2014
HEALDSBURG — Truett-Hurst, Inc., (Nasdaq: THST) on Thursday said it is shifting to a U.S. supplier of the novel cardboard-and-internal-bag bottle for its Paper Boy wine brand and noted that the change would slightly increase costs.
The company has signed a multiyear contract with a soon-to-be-disclosed domestic manufacturer.
“At the time we entered the agreement in February 2013, there wasn’t any other paper bottle supplier in the world; this was cutting-edge.”
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