In September of 2016, friends and business partners Bob Smith and Joe Lazzara opened Jazz Cellars tasting room on Main Street in Murphys. It is stocked with bottles of wine produced at their San Francisco winemaking facility, which they established in 2005.
What began with an eager salesman setting up shop out of a pickup truck with life jackets, river shorts, sandals and knives to sell to river guides along Northern California’s major rivers has become a thriving enterprise.
Both Ali and Scott Reynolds wanted a simpler way of life. The allure of fast-paced Southern California living had expired.
It took five years of exploring Spanish vineyards, 10 years of waiting and three years of growing, but in the coming weeks, Michael Stange, co-owner of the Angels Camp-based Vino Metate Winery, will be pouring the first vintages of two new white varietals in the country.
Oak and Vine Boutique is changing the game when it comes to shopping local, allowing busy ladies throughout the Mother Lode – and nationwide – to purchase Calaveras-curated attire from the comfort of their couches, all while sharing some good times with friends.
On a hot day in Valley Springs, there’s nothing much better than a tall spiral of frozen yogurt with generous toppings. Health Habit, “Your neighborhood health food store,” has filled a popular niche among residents by combining cold treats and nutritional alternatives to keep the family bot…
As Lisa Boulton leaves her role as executive director of the Calaveras County Visitors Bureau, Martin Huberty II steps into the position.
A seven-year chapter is closing for one Calaveras County resident who saw a great deal of success.
As the weather heats up, more and more people are heading to the high country to recreate in the region’s forests, rivers and lakes.
As Cameo Plaza, 1004 Highway 4, Arnold, launches a summer concert series, owners welcome two new businesses as well: Artsy Parts and Rossgelato.