September 22, 2014
The complexity of moving wine from vintner to consumer has become increasingly involved in the past decade as laws and regulations on state and federal levels have been changing rapidly. And keeping the regulatory filings and licensing paperwork in order for winery clients has spurred fast-growing demand for businesses such as DH Wine Compliance.
“We work very hard, in a very stressful environment, and our boss makes sure that we balance that with fun office activities and flexibility in our schedule and workdays,” the employee said.
September 11, 2014
RadioShack (NYSE: RSH), which has 15 stores in the North Bay, on Thursday described efforts to obtain financing needed to keep the giant chain out of bankruptcy.
August 19, 2014
SANTA ROSA — The California Transportation Commission on Wednesday is set to consider allocating $67 million in gas tax money to replace 14 miles of bumpy sectional concrete roadway on Highway 101 between Windsor and Geyserville.
August 18, 2014
WINDSOR — Wine warehousing and logistics company Alexander Valley Cellars in recent months has been gobbling up industrial space in Santa Rosa and north, as wineries increase case shipments and seek more specialized direct-sales initiatives.
July 21, 2014
WINDSOR — Startup RxFiber has developed a unique technology for manufacturing polyester fibers widely used in the fabrication of a broad range of medical devices.
July 7, 2014
WINDSOR — Nine years after starting a modular building manufacturing division of his Santa Rosa-based construction group, Jeff Luchetti plans to take that business to a much higher level with a 45,000-square-foot factory set to open at the former Standard Structures property this fall.
March 17, 2014
It’s set to be busy a season for retail construction in the North Bay, with several hundred thousand square feet of retail space nearing completion or about to go into construction in Windsor, Santa Rosa, Petaluma and Napa.
February 3, 2014
WINDSOR — Local manufacturing startup RxFiber, LLC, launched its first commercially available medical-grade fibers.
RxFiber produces custom medical grade fiber used by the medical device industry that is ideal for a wide range of clinical applications, including: endovascular, vascular, orthopedic devices and valves, suture, and biomaterial fiber for other associated uses.The market for medtech devices that can contain medical-grade fiber is estimated to be $61.42 million within the U.S. alone, according to industry sources.
January 27, 2014
WINDSOR — A local firm is leading an effort to convince California residents that modern technology can clean sewage so well that the resulting water can be blended with conventional drinking water to solve current and future water crises.
November 25, 2013
Winning companies, listed in alphabetical order: Agilent Technologies, Burr Pilger Mayer, Codding Investments, EPIC Insurance Brokers & Consultants, Exchange Bank, Ghilotti Bros., JDSU, Kaiser Permanente, LEMO USA, Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary, Pacific Union College, Petaluma Health Center, Raydiance, Redwood Empire Schools Insurance Group, Redwood Regional Medical Group, Santa Rosa & Rohnert Park Oral Surgery, St. Joseph Health, Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation, Trinchero Family Estates & Sutter Home Winery, W. Bradley Electric and Wells Fargo Insurance Services.
November 11, 2013
The 31,000-square-foot warehouse nearing completion in a Windsor business park is set to be the expanded new home of Wine Country Shipping. …
Napa Valley Vintners is distributing to local charities the first $3 million in proceeds from $16.9 million raised during the 33rd annual Auction Napa Valley event in late May. …
San Francisco-based private-equity firm Bacchus Capital last week launched BCM Wineworks, a sales and marketing agency for wineries in its investment portfolio. …
Cornish & Carey Commercial Newmark Knight Frank’s North Bay-based Wine Services Group of sales agents have been handling notable winery properties. …
Sonoma-based Collotype Digital, a division of Ohio-based Collotype Labels, a global printer of wine and spirits labels with plants in Napa and Sonoma, won top awards in two print industry competitions. …
August 5, 2013
The governing board that will oversee the first operating year of a renewable energy-focused public power agency in Sonoma County took shape last Thursday, as the agency’s joint powers authority grew to include the cities that recently voted to allow the agency to offer power to its residents and businesses.
July 22, 2013
Sonoma County wine storage and logistics companies continue to be on the move. Express Wine Delivery is taking advantage of the expansion of Alexander Valley Cellars’ main Windsor warehouse to triple in size itself. …
Novato-based Winery Exchange, which builds and markets national and corporate beer, wine and spirits brands worldwide, inked a sales and distribution deal with St. Helena-based JT Wines, maker of Flasq Wines, said to be the first and only U.S.-produced wine in aluminum bottles. …
“The luxury part is what gives the whole portfolio credibility.” That’s how Constellation Brands Chief Executive Officer Rob Sands explained the company’s initial interest in Robert Mondavi Winery nine years ago and continued investment in the brand on what would have been namesake founder’s 100th birthday. …
International Wine Accessories now has even more aficionado-ware for its catalog with the acquisition of Santa Barbara-based WineKeeper, which makes wine preservation and dispensing equipment for home and on-premise venues, by Cotati-based parent company Planet One Products, Inc. …
Napa Valley Grapegrowers (napagrowers.org) held its second annual Día de la Familia street fair in downtown Napa for the valley’s farmworkers and their families on July 21. …
Bank of the West and Fruition Sciences, an Oakland-based viticulture analysis technology developer with an office in Napa, are taking nominations through Dec. 6 for their new Vintage Report Innovation Award to celebrate innovation and sustainability in viticulture. …
The brain behind the direct-shipping advocacy group Specialty Wine Retailers Association, recently renamed the National Association of Wine Retailers to tackle more issues, is back with a new organization for consumers to campaign for freer access to wine. …
June 24, 2013
SANTA ROSA — In a sign of renewed crunch on North Coast wine storage space, Alexander Valley Cellars overflowed the other half of Sonoma County’s largest warehouse in just two months and now is looking for a fourth facility.
June 3, 2013
WINDSOR — As construction with factory-built wood and light-gauge steel panels gains popularity for reducing labor costs, project timetables and waste, a 5-year-old company is betting demand will grow like a weed for studless, highly strong and energy-efficient walls made of bamboo panels.
June 3, 2013
Idaho-based engineered lumber maker RedBuilt, which acquired equipment and processes from Standard Structures in August 2011, finally wound down operations at the Windsor plant at the end of May. …
Out of nearly 30 pieces of legislation in Sacramento aimed at reforms of the California Environmental Quality Act, two major approaches to the 43-year-old law survived the committee cut in late May. …
April 4, 2013
WINDSOR — Kaiser Permanente on Thursday said it would give Alliance Medical Center a $60,000 grant to help the nonprofit health center’s expansion at its Windsor site.
March 25, 2013
WINDSOR — Two family-owned Bay Area packaging and janitorial products supply companies are coming together under the same roof of a new 42,000-square-foot distribution facility.
March 25, 2013
Enphase Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: ENPH) of Petaluma said its microinverters are available in Switzerland, the seventh European country for sales and installations. …
The Sutter Health network of doctors, hospitals and other health care service providers announced its financial performance for 2012. …
Adventist Health, which has a number of North Bay locations, will transition responsibility for its revenue-management services to Cerner Corp. …
Smart Meetings magazine, a Sausalito-based resource for meeting professionals, received five nominations for the 2013 Maggie Awards. …
Systema Software, a Larkspur-based provider of claims administration software and services to the insurance industry, and Instec, a provider of policy administration services and technology to the commercial property and casualty insurance industry, formed a strategic alliance to offer an integrated insurance platform. …
Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards of Windsor has been named the top wine in two categories of the 24th annual restaurant poll in the April issue of Wine & Spirits Magazine. …
March 20, 2013
WINDSOR — Viveka Rydell, chief executive officer of the nonprofit dental provider PDI Surgery, was given the “2013 Women’s Achievement Award” by the Swedish American Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco and Silicon Valley.
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