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Our full-service cork, glass & packaging solutions can save you time, money and ensure smooth bottling runs. Our bottles and corks are engineered for an...

Afternoon Brief, June 23

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Wine and Tech Innovators Gathering this week in Napa: Technology leaders in both marketing and wine including Brad Rosen of DRYNC, Joe Rosenberg of Google, Paul Mabray of VinTank a W20 Company, Michael Pavone of quench, Brian Rosen of Rosen Retail for Adult Beverage, Josh Saunders of Uncorkd and Max Kalehoff of Social Code are set to engage and inspire attendees with the latest information and ideas this week at the 11th Annual Wine Industry Technology Symposium (WITS) set for June 25-26, 2015 at the Napa Valley Marriott in Napa, California.

Afternoon Brief, March 30

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Washington Wine Country's Nuclear Threat: A nuclear facility in Washington state's prime wine country is leaching radioactive groundwater and is one natural disaster away from Fukushi

Afternoon Brief, March 11

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Napa County officials tackle tough wine industry growth questions: Napa County's growth summit ended after six hours of discussion and county leaders agreeing to launch a larger community conversation that could last for months...

Afternoon Brief, February 24

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Winemakers Share Best Practices and Equipment That Contribute to Efficiency in the Cellar: The first quarter is arguably one of the busiest periods in the annual cycle for winemakers and their cellar teams. But it is also an exciting opportunity to put the newest cellar tools and training to the test...

Afternoon Brief, February 23

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GMO-free molecular genetics launch golden age of disease-resistant grapes: Advanced molecular genetic techniques are allowing scientists to breed disease resistance from wild grape varieties into susceptible domestic cultivars used for making wine, writes Andrew Walker...

Alarm for Harmful Corks in USA, From Italy a Patent of...

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Sughera, conglomerate with thermoplastic polymer, is fully recyclable and is the answer to the concern of substances considered potentially carcinogenic It comes from Italy the...

Afternoon Brief, February 6

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UNSW researchers have equipped a vehicle with cameras and robotic technology to help Australian wine producers better predict the coming grape yield, knowledge that could save the local industry as much as $200 million a year...

Afternoon Brief, February 5

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FDA Sees No Safety Issues with Agglomerated Corks: Yesterday Wine Industry Insight (WII) published a story regarding the health safety of the adhesive used in some agglomerate cork. Today the FDA responded...

FDA Sees No Safety Issues with Agglomerated Corks

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Yesterday Wine Industry Insight (WII) published a story regarding the health safety of the adhesive used in some agglomerate cork. Today the FDA responded: Based...

Afternoon Brief, February 4

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Micro-Agglomerates: 350 Million Illegal Corks Per Year? Agglomerated cork manufacturers and importers are facing scrutiny from two major federal agencies over health concerns about the plastic used to bind bits of cork glued together. The concern is that chemicals in the binding plastic can leach into wine...

Afternoon Brief, January 26

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Sonoma County to be official 2016 Super Bowl wine: Sonoma County wine producers will be the official suppliers for Super Bowl 50 in the Bay Area 2016, it was announced Friday at an annual gathering of the county's tourism and wine industry boosters...

Afternoon Brief, December 8

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New US Beverage Industry Expo Launched: Last April, the Wine Industry Network (WIN) announced the launch of a new, Washington, D.C. based event aptly named, the U.S. Beverage Industry Expo (USBevX). This unique trade show and conference is focused exclusively on the Craft Beer, Cider, Spirits, and Wine industries and will highlight the newest and most innovative products and services currently available...

Afternoon Brief, November 19

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WineGavel Founder Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement: Former WineGavel online auction house founder and president Joshua Krummenoehl, who was arrested in New York in July on charges of grand theft by embezzlement for auctioning clients wine and never sending them the proceeds, has pleaded guilty in a Napa court...

Afternoon Brief, July 18

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California farmers fight drought-inspired regulation of groundwater pumping: A report this week from UC Davis researchers highlighted again the threat that drought poses to California's groundwater supply. But farmers and others are at odds about how the state should monitor and regulate use of water pumped from wells...