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Cultivars in the Commonwealth App Helps Pennsylvania Growers Share Vital Information

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 “I want to empower the state’s growers to give us feedback. Hopefully, the truth shakes out across all the variations of vineyard sites.” —Cain...

Op Ed: Criticism of Organic or Sustainable Winegrowing Programs Adds to...

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Are regional sustainable winegrowing certification programs a boon for the industry? By Randy Caparoso For the longest time, a certified USDA organic seal on a food...
WineAmerica members visit Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. in 2019

WineAmerica: Managing the Business Climate for Wine

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Editor’s note: Wine Industry Advisor is proud to welcome WineAmerica to its roster of regular contributors. Beginning with this article, the industry’s voice in...

Garden State Wine Growers Welcomes Devon Perry as Executive Director

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She’s a marketing and hospitality industry professional who knows the landscape and understands the challenges ahead. By Paul Vigna For six years, Tom Cosentino shepherded the...

Using Yeast to Combat Climate Change and Improve Flavor

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Yeast is to winemaking what faith is to religion. Without that one essential element, the rest collapses. Today, tech innovations are letting vintners use...
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Growing Forward: Session 1 Addresses Powdery Mildew and Soil Moisture Monitoring

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On March 31, Wine Industry Network welcomed attendees to its first Growing Forward seminar of 2022. Unlike last year’s debut of the topic, this...

Growing Success of Grüner in U.S. East Coast Wine Regions

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Grüner Veltliner, Austria’s signature white grape, accounts for one third of the country’s vines. It thrives elsewhere around the world: the Czech Republic, Hungary—and...

Fire & Ice: Can Pruning Practices Mitigate Effects of Climate Change?

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As scientists and legislators search for large-scale solutions to extreme weather patterns, wine-growers are look for short-term fixes that they hope will help increase...

‘The Best Red Grape I’ve Ever Grown’—East Coast Winemakers’ Success with...

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An Italian grape-growing experiment shows potential for quality grape and wine production along the US East Coast. —Robin Shreeves The US’s first commercial wines of the...

Artificial Intelligence in the Vineyard

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Adopting this new vineyard technology is critical to the California grape industry. —Tom Shapland, PhD, CEO and cofounder of Tule Technologies Anything humans can observe with...

Winegrowers Bring in Worms to Manage Waste

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Top US wine estates have become expert worm-wranglers in order to advance sustainability efforts and combat ever-increasing drought conditions. —Kathleen Willcox Wine regions across the world...

Newest Approved AVA—Virginia Peninsula

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Vintners in Virginia's newest AVA speak pride of place and hope for increase in consumer engagement. —Paul Vigna Matthew Meyer has been the winemaker at The...

Scientists Develop Organic Cure for Pierce’s Disease

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Testing continues, but new treatment meets approval of U.S. EPA and several state regulators. —Jeff Siegel Walk around certain vineyards, whether the well-renowned regions of California...

The Future of Winemaking Is Hybrid

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Why US winemakers are seeking out non-vitis vinifera grapes —Kathleen Willcox There will always be a place for conventionally produced vitis vinifera. But, in truth, more...

Mid-Atlantic Winegrowers Battle Spotted Lanternfly Infestation

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It's an ongoing issue with ongoing research. Here are the latest findings.  Making their way through the mid-Atlantic states and beyond, Spotted Lanternflies (SLF) damage...
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