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Afternoon Brief, August 11th

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In-Person 5th Annual Wine & Weed Symposium Is Success: Wine Industry Network (WIN) hosted the 5th Annual Wine & Weed Symposium on August 5th at the Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country in Santa Rosa, CA...

Willamette Valley Wineries Benefit from Local One-Stop-Shop for Winemaking Products &...

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“Crush2Cellar is the only store where you find all major vendors in one location...plus materials to make wine, like hoses, valves and lab equipment. It’s a candy store for winemakers!”

ETS Laboratories Performs Analysis for Scott Labs’ Dry-Steam Validation Study

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Petaluma, California – December 2020 – Scott Laboratories, the leading supplier of packaging,  equipment, filtration and fermentation products for the North American wine industry,...

ETS Laboratories and Enartis, Home of Vinquiry Laboratories, to Combine Analytical...

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Windsor, CA - July 7, 2020 - The Burns (ETS Laboratories) and Nulli (Enartis) families are happy to announce an agreement combining their analytical...
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Afternoon Brief, September 25

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The Mysterious and Not Fully Understandable Wine Defect Popping Up in Natural Wines: Mouse - You can't smell it. At first, you can't taste it. But once you do, you'll wish you'd never opened the bottle. It's a stealthy little pest known as mouse, or mousiness, an off-flavor that can infect wines ...

ETS Laboratories Adds Winemaker Don LaBorde to Leadership Team

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St. Helena, Ca. (September 25, 2019) — ETS Laboratories, the pioneer and leader in wine analysis and testing, has hired winemaker Don LaBorde for...

French Coopers Met Abroad for the First Time and Came Back...

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Paris – February 12, 2019 – Fédération des Tonneliers de France members (French coopers) met in Napa, California on February 1, 2019. The Annual Meeting...

Afternoon Brief, July 11

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Hybrid grapes don't get much love. France bans them in classified wines, except for Baco Noir in Armagnac distillation. Austria permits their use in the making and selling Uhudler wines in Sudburgenland but affords them the lowest labeling standard - Wein (formerly Tafelwein). In the United States, despite all the cold winters these grapes hardily endure, they dont always receive the warmest welcome among wine buyers...

Afternoon Brief, April 10

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Growers Sue Napa Winery for Rejecting Grapes Allegedly Tainted by Smoke A Calistoga couple has filed suit against...

Afternoon Brief, March 28

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Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: Chilean Winemaker Learns Napa Lesson Patricio Celedon may be the only winemaker in the world who went to...

ETS Laboratories and Fruition Sciences to Co-Host 2017 Oregon Vintage Report

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Inaugural 2017 Oregon Vintage Report to focus on techniques for growing terroir driven wines December 12, 2017 (McMinnville, OR) – ETS Laboratories and Fruition Sciences will co-host...

Afternoon Brief, April 13

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A Foot in Two Industries: How Wine and Weed Cross-Pollinate Cannabis has long been grown in the shadows, under the canopies of the Emerald Triangle, while wine grapes were grown in the neighboring counties of Sonoma and Napa in the open, under the warm California sun...

Afternoon Brief, August 25

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How Wineries Are Getting Sold and Still Keeping Their Souls: Making wine may be one of the most romantic and evocative of all professions, but the reality is that it's brutally difficult to earn a reliable living, and often subject to the whims of forces beyond anyone's control...

Afternoon Brief, July 29

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Innovative Wine Industry Veteran Phil Hurst Announces Changes at Truett-Hurst, Inc.: Phil Hurst, Co-Founder and President and CEO of Truett-Hurst, Inc., announced today that the VML tasting room and ultra-premium production facility located on Westside Road has been sold by Bill Hambrecht...

Afternoon Brief, July 18

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Fire Threatens Washington Winery, Vineyard Near Red Mountain: A 4,000-acre wildfire near Red Mountain threatened one winery and smoked a handful of Chardonnay vines before being brought under control early this morning...
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