Plymouth, Calif.- Big Crush is the perfect time to see harvest in action, and this year will be no exception! With over 45 participating wineries, you can expect to see an array of harvest experiences, from barrel tasting and winery tours, to seeing crush in action.
Grass Valley, Calif.- The Nevada County Fair returns to the beautiful fairgrounds in Grass Valley for five action-packed days this August 9- 13, 2023. This year's theme is "Country Roots and Cowboy Boots!"
Plymouth, Calif.- Summer is calling and one of California's bucolic wine region's awaits. Located just 40 miles away from points in South Placer County, Amador County offers visitors a slower-paced experience with their famed varietals and warm hospitality.
Plymouth, Calif. - The Amador Vintners Association is proud to announce the return of the Barbera Festival, now in its 10th year, to the historic Terra d'Oro winery September 9, 2023.
Placerville, Calif. - The El Dorado Winery Association's (EDWA) Passport to the Great Out There returns this weekend for its 32nd year on April 22-23, 2023.
Plymouth, Calif.- The Amador Vintners Association announces its signature passport event, Behind the Cellar Door, will return March 25 - 26, 2023.
Experience the "Art of Winemaking" at Amador Wine's annual Behind the Cellar Door Event on Saturday, March 25th and Sunday, March 26th. Discounted pre-sale tickets are on sale now!
Placerville, Calif.- A new wine event is launching in El Dorado designed to celebrate the diversity of the region's wines and culture. Wine lovers from near and far are invited to experience WINEcation, an immersive wine event where participating wineries are transformed
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Roseville, Calif. - Money-saving solar panels in Roseville, Rocklin and throughout South Placer County have become ubiquitous From new residential solar communities continue to big business and after market installation, solar seems to be a smart choice to shred those high monthly electric costs.
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Roseville, Calif.- For a thriving and growing city of approximately 150,000, Downtown Roseville has always seemed a bit at odds with itself over the years. Growing pains provide a sense of incongruence as the past bends and yields to the future in an elongated series of fits and starts.