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Wine’s Most Inspiring People 2023

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As has become a January  tradition, Wine Industry Advisor has again chosen 10 individuals from within the wine industry who showcase leadership, innovation, determination...

Wine’s Most Inspiring People 2023: Tom Gamble — Embracing and Enhancing...

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By Laurie Wachter   Tom Gamble’s driving passion is to ensure Napa County’s biodiversity endures for generations. His experimental lab is Gamble Family Vineyards, where he’s...

WineAmerica: 2023 Brings New Legislative Opportunities, Familiar Challenges

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Now that the dust has settled a bit on the 2022 midterm elections, we can take a look at what happened and what it...

WIN Expo 2022 Celebrates 10 Years of Knowledge and Networking

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The Annual North Coast Wine Industry Expo (WIN Expo) is the largest trade show and conference focused exclusively on Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino and Lake...

2022 WINnovation Award: Lamothe-Abiet Excellence B-Nature — Naturally Reducing SO2 Without...

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The wine industry is constantly faced with new trends, challenges and the pressure to stay ahead of the competition. With that comes the opportunity...

Winemaking Sessions at WIN Expo 2022: Adapting to Environmental Challenges and...

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Whether it’s O3 treatment, simpler yeast inoculation or substitutes for sulfur, there’s much for winemakers to learn at this year’s Expo. By Barbara Barrielle By combining...

2022 WINnovation Award: Agrology — Predictive Agriculture Technology Helps Growers Avoid...

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The wine industry is constantly faced with new trends, challenges and the pressure to stay ahead of the competition. With that comes the opportunity...

WIN Expo 2022: Vineyard and Growers Seminar Track Highlights

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Regardless of how glamorous the end product may seem, wine starts in the vineyard and grape growing is an agricultural activity. By Barbara Barrielle What will...

Bouncing Back: Napa Valley Tourism Remains Strong Thanks to the Region’s...

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The Napa Valley Ag Preserve Protects Working Landscapes and Attracts Visitors from Across the Globe By Brian Russell Despite the devastating wildfires that recently rocked the...

Up from Down Under: NZ Tech Is Improving Wine Quality and...

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Here are three innovations currently making an impact on both sides of the globe. By Simone Madden-Grey New Zealand has an established reputation for innovation and...

Winterization: How to Organize Vineyard Maintenance Tasks Leading into Your Next...

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As soon as harvest is complete, vignerons need to start preparing their vines and vineyards for dormancy.  By Bryan Christiansen The vineyard cycle is split into...

Non-Binary Winemaking: The Rise of Mellow Malo in a Bid for...

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Winemakers are expressing Chardonnay in an entirely new way. By Kathleen Willcox  Malo + Chardonnay = J. Lo + Ben Affleck.  You either love them together or...

Op Ed: We Need to Talk About Wine in an Intelligent...

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How can we end the dumbing down of wine conversations? By Randy Caparoso   Before you go jumping to conclusions about the nature of my incendiary question,...

Heritage Clones & Selections of Pinot Noir: Oddballs in the Modern...

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It’s those heritage clones: 2A/ Wädenswil, Calera, Pommard, Martini, Mount Eden, and Swan that fascinate true Pinot lovers, as they have rich stories to...

Dowsers: Vintners Embrace the Ancient Art for Finding Water

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Once deemed witchcraft, dowsing locates underground water sources via a guiding instrument, such as a willow branch, metal rods or pendulum.  By L.M. Archer  As climate...
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