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Groundbreaking Technology Changes the Face of Winemaking in Time for 2019...

Single Use Liner Reduces Use of Water, Sulfites. Eliminates the press. The GOfermentor is used by many commercial wineries all over the world. One of the interesting...

High Notes of the Wine and Weed Symposium

Last week’s Third Annual Wine and Weed Symposium attracted a huge group of wine and cannabis professionals to the Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country in Santa Rosa to learn about emerging trends in consumer behavior, the impact on wine sales in states where recreational cannabis is legal, and how alcohol beverage companies can and do invest in cannabis. The continuing enthusiasm for this new frontier, this brazen opportunity, and the vast cross-marketing potential with the wine had attendees leaving on a high note.

Consumer Insights Show Cannabis’ Impact on Wine

While the 3rd Annual Wine & Weed Symposium offered ideas to both camps on how to work together, utilizing marketing strategies, and integrating more women into the ranks, the critical piece of information that many in the audience were waiting for was presented during Jessica Lukas’ session, “The Cannabis Impact on Wine”.

Sonoma Wine Auction Co-Chairs Gina Gallo and Chris Jackson Spill the...

As we eagerly anticipate the 2019 Sonoma Wine Auction, to be held September 19—21, we thought it would be illuminating to learn a little more about this year’s co-chairs, Gina Gallo and Chris Jackson, who happen to be from two of the most influential, long term Sonoma wine families.  They also happen to be the two largest landowning families in terms of vineyards.

Wine in Cans Could Be 10% of Category Says Free Flow...

Free Flow Wines are betting big on the continued growth of alternative sustainable wine packaging with an investment of around $10 million in a...

New Sources of Revenue for Winery Associations Up for Debate

As historic funding sources dry up and impact marketing budgets, vintner associations look to new ideas to increase revenue. Business Improvement Districts (BID) for the wine industry may be the answer, but change always comes with growing pains. If BIDs are adopted by the wine industry, should individual AVAs work together to promote their region?

Turning the Tables on Melanie Ofenloch (Dallas Wine Chick)

“Turning the Tables – Interviewing the Interviewers” is a Q&A series profiling Wine Writers. We hope you’ll discover more about wine writers you know, and learn about many others.

Robert Mondavi Winery Named the Best Vineyard in North America

Global Academy of Voters Recognizes Napa Valley Winery for its World-Class Vineyard and Hospitality Oakville, Calif., (July 18, 2019) – Robert Mondavi Winery, known for...

Get Your Winemaking and Packaging Needs Fulfilled in a Way That’s...

G3 Enterprises is a trusted source of high quality winemaking supplies, packaging, and services. They are a distributor of renowned brands like DIAM, Origine...

Millennial Winemakers – the Future of Mid-Atlantic Wine

The future of any industry rests with who’s coming along to take the reins. That’s certainly true in winemaking, where families are turning over responsibility to their kids or hiring a college grad. Here are vignettes on four under-35 mid-Atlantic winemakers who already have made an impact.

Prevent Breakdowns and Optimize Your Harvest and Bottling Efficiency

“You don’t want to get stuck with grapes in a press and have it go down. That can be disastrous when you’re in the middle of crush,” says Ron Varner, Director of Operations at ColloPack Solutions.

Turning the Tables on Michelle Williams

“Turning the Tables – Interviewing the Interviewers” is a Q&A series profiling Wine Writers. We hope you’ll discover more about the wine writers you know, and learn about many others.

Wineries Struggle with ADA Website Compliance in Wake of New York...

Lack of Clarification from Federal Government Creates Confusion. 26 wineries from Long Island and the Hudson Valley were named in a class action lawsuit.

Leveraging Data to Weather the Storms

An extreme, unseasonal weather pattern ripped through the West Coast, just as many vines had begun to bloom, entering some of the most sensitive weeks of their annual growing cycle.

Create a Unique Look Tailored to Your Brand

Stand out in the crowd. Create a unique look, tailored to your target demographic. These are the mantras of creating a wine brand that will reflect your individual style and goals.
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