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Ingenuity and Technology Making Advances for the Wine Industry

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Five wine businesses awarded WINnovation Awards Whether solving a problem or seizing an opportunity, these five wine industry suppliers used ingenuity and technology to develop...

Nominations Open for 5th Annual WINnovation Awards

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Wine Industry Network Sponsors Awards to Honor Innovative Suppliers September 12, 2017, Healdsburg, CA – Nominations for the 5th Annual WINnovation Awards presented by the...

Afternoon Brief, December 6

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North Coast Vineyard Values Will Grow, Just Not as Fast: California agricultural land values have enjoyed an impressive run in recent years. Due to limited supply and increasing global demand for specialty crops, this trend is likely to continue in the long term...

James Herwatt, CEO Cork Supply: Sustainability and Cost of TCA-Free Cork...

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After receiving a WINnovation Award for Cork Supply’s innovative DS100+ technology, a machine automated process that detects TCA down to 1 part per trillion,...

Sophisticated Monitoring System Can Detect Temperature Damage to Wine in Transit

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No one knows exactly how much wine may become damaged due to temperature fluctuations during transport, but data collected by a savvy entrepreneur suggest the problem is much more widespread than commonly believed.

Wine Industry Awards & WINnovation Awards Reception

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The fourth annual Wine Industry Awards and WINnovation Awards recognize outstanding individuals and suppliers for their innovation and leadership in the wine industry. Sponsored by...

Helix Closure Combines Tradition with Convenience for a Satisfying “Pop”

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There’s no denying the romance of opening a bottle of wine containing a cork. Peeling back the foil top, inserting the corkscrew, twisting, pulling and then hearing that satisfying pop as the cork comes loose, releasing the perfume of the wine’s aromatics with its promises of good things to come. Ah, yes.

Free Flow Wines Sparkles with Innovation on Tap and Beyond the...

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Free Flow Wines saw the rising popularity of sparkling wines and the category’s particular challenges for delivering an optimal by the glass experience as...

Afternoon Brief, November 18

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Sonoma’s ‘Worst Road’ Gets a Winery: It took a four-and-a-half-hour meeting, over 20 public speakers and sometimes testy exchanges between county officials, but on Tuesday the Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 to approve the final EIR for Belden Barns, the proposed 55-acre winery and creamery at 5561 Sonoma Mountain Road...

A Scary Invention

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He is president of Hot Foot America, inventor of the WINnovation Award winning Fright Kite, and has worked with bird control for decades excluding...

Afternoon Brief, November 11

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This Algorithm’s Taste in Wine Is Better Than Yours: So, you want to buy a bottle of wine. You sort of know what you like-bold reds, crisp whites-but not much more than the names of a few grapes...

Afternoon Brief, November 7

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Settlement Expected in Case Alleging Men Hired Prostitutes for Cruise Aboard USS Alpha Omega: A former Napa Valley winery employee alleges that in August 2015 she was assigned to work on a company yacht where men had sex with call girls while the group cruised the San Francisco Bay, according to court records...

Five Wine Industry Innovators Honored with 2016 WINnovation Awards

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Whether in solving a problem or seeing an opportunity, these five wine industry suppliers used their ingenuity and knowhow to develop innovative products and...

Afternoon Brief, November 4

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Sonoma County Vintner Steve Kistler to Pay More Than $500,000 to Settle Creek Pollution Case: A Sonoma County vintner has agreed to pay $579,700 to settle water code violations stemming from the release of muddy pond water into a Valley Ford creek that supports spawning fish, state officials announced Thursday...

Zipz Wine Unzipping the Potential of the Single Serve Market

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One innovative idea can be the key to accessing new marketplaces and segments, but the technical challenges to implementing that idea can be daunting...