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WEDNESDAY, MAY 18
TRENDING STORY
 
Vine Removal Technique Foils Devastating Grape Disease
Removing not only a diseased grapevine but the two vines on either side of it can reduce the incidence of leafroll disease, a long-standing bane of vineyards around the world, Cornell researchers have found…
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Op Ed: Criticism of Organic or Sustainable Winegrowing Programs Adds to Consumer Confusion
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TODAY’S NEWS
 
New York International Wine Competition Expected to Draw Record Entries for 2022
After a brief pandemic-induced hiatus, (which prompted a virtual tasting last time around), the New York International Wine Competition (NYIWC) is back in full force this year, anticipating between 1500 to 1800 different wine submissions from around the globe…
2022 ASEV Keynote Speaker to Present on the Interplay Between Biology and Environment During Fruit Ripening in Vitis Vinifera
Dr. Simone D. Castellarin, an Associate Professor in the Wine Research Centre at The University of British Columbia in Canada, will be the keynote speaker for the 73rd ASEV National Conference…
Paso Wine Fest Begins This Week!
Napa County Preliminarily Endorses Walt Ranch
Farmers Across State Face New Water Cuts
Santa Cruz Winemakers Face a Bottled-Up Glass Supply
Auction of Washington Wines Hosts Private Barrel Auction with One-of-a-Kind Wine Lots, August 8
Corkscrews to Cans: Washington Wineries Adapt to Sustainable Packaging
The Biggest Technology Trends in Wine and Winemaking
Bordeaux 2021 en Primeur Set for Lower Demand
€75,868 Raised by French Wines to Help Ukraine
Penfolds to Be Made in China
First Chilean Group of Certified Organic Wine Producers Created
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BLOGS
 
How Wine Can Keep Its Lead in E-Commerce
The Metaverse and Your Wine Brands
Has Boxed Wine Finally Overcome Its Negative Stigma? No
Why Winemaking Keeps Migrating Outside of Napa Valley
We Asked Sommeliers: What Are the Best American Sparkling Wines Under $55?
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WINEINDUSTRY.JOBS
 
Harvest Transportation Scheduler
G3 Enterprises – Healdsburg, CA, USA
Harvest Intern
Domaine Serene Vineyards and Winery – Dayton, OR, USA
Cellar Assistant
Domaine Serene – Dayton, OR, USA
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PEOPLE
 
Sonoma County Vintner Ames Morison Tackles Climate Change as Priority for His Winery
I’m a Black Entrepreneur. Here’s How I Advocate for Inclusion at Work
This Son of 2 Immigrants Turned 20 Acres of Weeds into an Award-Winning Winery
New Jersey’s Only Master of Wine, Bridgewater Native Opens Wine Bar
Wines of Georgia Names Christy Canterbury, MW, as Campaign Ambassador
Wine Industry Advisor
 
SUPPLIER NEWS
 
Growers, Do You Have the Tools to Navigate a Changing Climate?
IO-Link Basics – Discover the Way Towards the Smart Factory
Fun Facts About Each of LibDib’s 10 Markets
Webinar Recording: eCELLAR & RedChirp Announce SMS Texting Integration
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Wine Industry Network
 
VINEYARD & WINERY
 
VintEdge Winery Opens Winemaking Operations, Accepts New Clients Ahead of 2022 Harvest
Raise a Glass to the Winners of the Alameda County Fair Commercial and Amateur Wine Competitions
Jordan Vineyards & Winery Honored with Farm Bureau’s Luther Burbank Conservation Award
Fess Parker Winery Welcomes the Buffalo Gap Wine & Food Summit to Los Olivos This July
Glenora Wine Cellars, the First Winery on Seneca Lake, Is Up for Sale for $10.8 Million
World Bulk Wine Exhibition
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