WIN Webinars

An educational webinar series produced by Wine Industry Network featuring thought leaders and industry experts by sharing their experiences and discussing topics driving business within the wine industry.

Introducing The Independent Distributor Network: WIN Insiders with David Browne, V.P....

This edition of Wine Industry Network’s Insider Series focuses on the launch of the Independent Distributor Network (IDN). The newly launched organization was established to...

Leveraging Technology to Survive and Thrive (Webinar)

Winemaking is steeped in tradition, with knowledge passed through generations with oral instructions or handwritten notes. But as the world becomes faster moving and more complicated, you need to find ways to keep up.

Virtual Winery Offerings – Case Study Discussions (Webinar)

Sandra Hess, founder of DTC Wine Workshops and Consumer Engagement Specialist will moderate a discussion and showcase three Virtual Winery Program Case Studies.

Growing Cannabis in Wine Country: The Shone Farm Project (Webinar)

In 2019, the Santa Rosa Junior College initiated a hemp cultivation project at Shone Farm to specifically identify the best agronomic practices for cultivating hemp and understand the potential terpene drift between hemp and wine grape vines. This session, led by Dr. George Sellu, Ph.D., will address these questions, provide an overview of the Shone Farm project and share his observations and insights on the agricultural impact of hemp farming in wine country.​​​​​​​

Lessons from Down Under: Three Master Winemakers share their COVID Harvest...

This webinar is a rare opportunity to hear, first hand, from three master winemakers who, without warning, had to navigate harvest with the sudden lockdown restrictions. These winemakers share their experience, insights, and lessons learned with Jamie Gilchrist, Co-Founder and Director of Sales, vintrace wine production software, based in Melbourne, Australia.

Marketing During a Crisis: Tips to Pivot Your Marketing Messages (Webinar)

The COVID-19 outbreak has affected all aspects of how we do business, including marketing. And when it comes to current and planned campaigns, marketing teams face unique challenges during a crisis.