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The Chronicle has launched a new weekly Travel newsletter! Sign up here. Enter your email at the top and check the box marked “Travel.” The crown of Hyperion, a roughly 600-year-old coast redwood tree, rises more than 379 feet from its base on a steep slope in a remote part of Redwood National Park, just north of Eureka in Humboldt County. It’s the tallest tree on earth, and I was determined to go see it. My motives were pure, or so I thought.

Sara Oehler shows how to knit on a spool with Soft Flex Beading Wire and Craft Wire. Make jewelry in a fun, new way! Rediscover an old tool and apply it to more modern materials. Even add beads! >>

North Carolina historian David Cecelski shares an historical account of what he thinks might be the best description of tar making in the state he has ever read, written by an English merchant from a 1792 visit to coastal North Carolina.

Many homeowners are reporting, and complaining, about the return of the Japanese beetles.

Jordan Winery events calendar includes wine tasting events, winemaker dinners and other winery events in Healdsburg, Sonoma wine country and across the United States.

Orpheus Wines owners Marc Krafft and Rachel Friedman focus winemaking around three core principles - community, artistry, and sustainability.

Canned-Wines are definetely a tendency in the wine industry, what do you think about them? On the one hand I have found a group of winelovers that support the idea of using aluminum instead of glas…

Sonoma County is one of the finest regions for growing world-class Pinot Noir. The Clines were early pioneers in southern Sonoma County planting Pinot Noir vines almost 20 years ago. The location that Fred Cline selected benefits from a coastal mountain opening that spans from the Pacific Ocean, through the town of Petaluma and on to the San Pablo Bay. In summer, vines experience foggy mornings…