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Afternoon Brief, March 1

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Gallo to Pay Civil Penalty, Make Safety Improvements to Winery: In a settlement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, E.&.J. Gallo Winery will pay a $58,000 civil penalty and make improvements to address the risk of chemical accidents at its wine production facility in Fresno ...

Making your Wines Sparkle – Tirage Bottling

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Please join LAFFORT® and Francois Botton, Spark Technical Manager at LAFFORT®, for an informational webinar on the key points to look at for sparkling...

Afternoon Brief, November 21

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Judge Rules for Neighbors in Dispute Over Changes at Beringer in St. Helena: https://napavalleyregister.com/news/local/judge-rules-for-neighbors-in-dispute-over-changes-at-beringer/article_307828b2-5423-5725-9320-048a6edbba5e.html

Looking for Quick and Easy Ways to Improve Quality in Your...

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Come visit us at the Laffort booth to learn about our oak derived finishing tannins in the Quertanin Range and mouthfeel building mannoprotein products....

Afternoon Brief, August 22

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Napa Wine M&A Market Remains 'Robust' Despite Rising Vineyard, Grape Prices: Vineyard values and grape prices continue to hit new highs in Napa County, but the ongoing thirst for prime wines from the region continues to propel acquisitions of brands and properties that can put the Napa name on the bottle ...

Winemaking Enzymes: Understanding the Basics of Pectin and Pectinases

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In this presentation we go back to the basics of enzyme chemistry, the role of enzymes in winemaking, and uncover the mystery of enzyme...

Laffort USA Winner of “Special Distinction” in Agribusiness at the French-American...

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San Francisco, CA June 8, 2018.  LAFFORT® USA received the “Special Distinction” in Agribusiness at the French-American Business Awards.  Marcy Mallette, Technical Representative for...

The Synergistic Actions of Enzymes and Tannins in Winemaking

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“Not all tannins are the same,” explains Dr. Peter Salamone. “There are fermentation tannins, cellaring tannins, and finishing tannins that all add something different to the wine’s flavor profile and structure. The same can be said for enzymes.” 

Afternoon Brief, March 17

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Proposed Rule for Pesticide Spraying Near Schools Revised by California Agency: The state Department of Pesticide Regulation on Thursday issued a revised proposed regulation on spraying pesticides near schools, changing an earlier version to provide farmers more leeway in reporting the spraying to school officials...

Afternoon Brief, March 2

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Winemaker Opens Up About Sexism: Judging by the volume of emails, Wine-Searcher's recent article on sexism in the wine industry definitely struck a chord, especially with a cross-section of female winemakers in Australia...

Laffort Applied Research Cooperative Technical Seminar

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Laffort USA will present their Applied Research Cooperative (ARC) seminar at the Citizen Hotel on January 24, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. during the Unified Wine...

Afternoon Brief, January 4

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Silicon Valley Bank 2017 State of the Industry Report: Most of the wine business has already developed their strategic plans for 2017 and is starting to execute. The plans had to be put together using history as a guide, laced with a hint of a best guess. That's just the way this family owned industry has to roll...

Afternoon Brief, December 14

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Davis Family Vineyards Files Trademark Infringement Lawsuit: Today, the award-winning and family operated, Healdsburg-based Davis Family Vineyards filed a lawsuit for trademark infringement and unfair and deceptive trade practices against Napa Valley newcomer Davis Estates LLC and others in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California...

Afternoon Brief, November 29

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The Immigrants Who Help Make Your Wine Are Afraid of Trump: On election night in Napa Valley, Enrique Ayón was glued to the TV. Ayón, a Mexican citizen who's worked in the wine industry for 20 years, was sure Clinton would win - she had experience, and he couldn't imagine voters would support Trump after the way he had insulted Mexicans and women, among others...

Afternoon Brief, November 1

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Winery Association Leaders Converge in Washington, D.C. for Inaugural Conference: "You can't find a successful wine region that doesn't have a strong winery association tied to it." So proclaims George Christie, President of the Wine Industry Network and primary organizer of the Wine Association Leadership Conference that's taking place in conjunction with USBevX 2017, this coming February 22-24 in Washington, DC...
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