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Virus Threat, Trends and Pre-Plant Vineyard Strategy Topics to be covered at 20th Annual Vineyard Economics Seminar


Wine Industry Symposium(Napa, CALIF.) – Piles of pulled vines dot the landscape throughout wine regions in California. Who is planting, what is their strategy, what is being planted and why? The economic, strategic and hands-on practices and results of vineyard renovation will be discussed by three leading professionals at the 20th Annual Vineyard Economics Seminar, set for Friday, May 15, 2015 in Napa, California at the Napa Valley Marriott Hotel.

Bill Vyenielo (Moss Adams), John Duarte (Duarte Nursery) and Gabriel Froymovich (Vineyard Financial Assets) are set to discuss the latest in vineyard planting trends and emerging pre-plant strategies

In preparing for the session, these pros are asking: What is a modern vineyard? What is it that makes a vineyard efficient? What tools are available to help protect your investment? What are the outside trends affecting the industry in different regions?

Vineyard Economic Seminar attendees will benefit from access to a custom vineyard data tool, as well as access to recent aerial snapshots of their viticultural region (and in many cases, access to specific vineyard shots) which may provide timely insight into critical issues such as the impact of the drought, ground water supply, pests, early bud break and bloom.

The 2015 Vineyard Economics program features agricultural experts, wine industry professionals and high level decision makers from all areas of the industry. Topics will range from the grape market, to the future impact of sustainability, to labor law, to vineyard planting trends to saving money with mechanization and technology in the vineyard. The program, and limited-time early bird registration, is available online at www.WineSymposium.com.

The 2015 Vineyard Economics Seminar event sponsors include: American Ag Credit; Bank of the West; Burr Pilger Mayer, Inc. (BPM) Accountants and Consultants; CMPR Carle, Mackie, Power & Ross LLP Attorneys; CoBank; Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty; Farm Credit West; G & J Seiberlich & Co. LLP; Moss Adams, LLP Certified Public Accountants / Business Consultants; PricewaterhouseCoopers; Walsh Vineyards Management; American Vineyard Magazine; Vineyard & Winery Management; Wine Business Monthly; Wine Industry Insight; Wine Industry Network and Wines & Vines (now including Practical Winery & Vineyard).

About the Wine Industry Symposium Group

The founders of the Wine Industry Symposium Group met in early 1992 with the hope that by forming a new industry conference, they would create an open exchange of thoughts and ideas concerning financial aspects of the California wine industry. The Wine Industry Financial Symposium was born. A couple of years later, in 1994, the group started a similar program, the Central Coast Insights Program, to fit the needs of that region. A year later, the Vineyard Economics Seminar was created for grape growers. Because of consistent globalization and consolidation in the wine business, the Wine Industry Symposium Group continues to operate with the mission of providing a critical platform for important communication and dialogue between the multiple facets of the wine business and the lending community. For more information visit www.winesymposium.com or call (707) 666-2525. Like the Wine Symposium Group on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/WineSymposiumGroup and follow on Twitter at http://twitter.com/wine_symposium.



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