Court Halts Sonoma Vineyard Planting

Kasey Carpenter
Issue: March 31, 2014

The dispute over more than 300 acres of undeveloped land on the Sonoma Coast owned by Artesa Vineyards and Winery isn't over, but environmental groups have scored a key victory. A county judge has rejected several parts of Artesa's environmental review of plans to plant vineyards on the property, blocking development of the site for now. Wine Spectator's Kasey Carpenter reports.

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