The Texas Hill Country Wine Symposium includes two days of seminars, lectures and panel discussions with more than 25 sessions on six tracks: vineyard, winery, business, sales and marketing, staff focus, and new vineyard/winery. The symposium also includes a trade show; two special presentations, one on the State of the Texas wine industry and a second to […]
Both the Tuesday and Wednesday sessions will offer a variety of topics relating to research and information on tart cherries, sweet cherries, apples and wine grapes and will also address production and marketing issues. The Michigan Wine Grape Collaborative annual meeting and luncheon will take place on January 19.
The 2022 VinCO Conference and Trade Show will include horticulture, enology, viticulture and business/marketing sessions. Speakers from Colorado State University, the University of Minnesota, Michigan State University, and a number of winemakers, grape growers, and wine industry representatives will discuss a broad list of topics ranging from dealing with topics such as smoke exposure, new […]
The DTC Wine Symposium is presented by and a fundraiser for Free the Grapes! The event has raised more than $1 million for Free the Grapes’ PR campaign, and the Coalition for Free Trade’s legal work (CFT “retired” in 2014 after achieving its goals). These two groups have worked closely with industry lobbyists and regional […]
The two-day Maryland conference is one of those that will continue to be virtual. Sessions will feature speakers from the University of Maryland Extension, Virginia Tech, Penn State University, and Cornell Lake Erie R&E Laboratory (CLEREL) as well as winemakers, vineyard managers and others in the wine industry. The first morning will feature the New […]
Looking back at 2021, there was a lot of cause for celebration in wine industry – from tasting rooms reopening to marquee mergers and IPOs. Fifteen percent of wineries described 2021 as their best year ever! As we look forward, we see opportunities for savvy operators but perils for those who ignore the now obvious […]