Tag: WIN Expo
The Wine Industry Network (WIN) today announced the launch of the Wine & Weed Symposium, a one-day intensive educational conference that will focus on the legalization of cannabis in California and the expected impact and opportunities that this presents to the wine industry. The symposium will be held on August 3rd from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek in Santa Rosa, CA.
Wine Harvest Report 2016: A Record-Breaking Haul Has Washington Vintners in Good Spirits: Washington vintners are calling 2016 the longest harvest they can remember.The extended season allowed their grapes to ripen slowly, with early reports indicating a good vintage, especially for the state’s Cabernet Sauvignon…
Korbel’s Gary Heck Recognized for Lifetime Achievement at Wine Industry Awards: The Heck family has been helm of the 134-year-old Korbel wine brand for six decades. Gary Heck for four of those decades has been carrying on the Korbel brothers’ legacy of making fine Champagne-method bubbly in the U.S…
With the election dust settling, wine industry officials are working to refocus their efforts on a host of regulations, laws and policies certain to affect the wine business at both state and federal levels for years to come.
Lewis Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2013 Named Wine Spectator’s #1 Wine of the Year: Wine Spectator, the world’s leading authority on wine, today announced Lewis Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2013 as the 2016 Wine of the Year…
Healdsburg, CA, December 2nd, 2016 –The 5th Annual WIN Expo, North Coast Wine Industry Trade Show & Conference has been branded a huge success with more than 3,600 registered attendees, by the event producer, Wine Industry Network, Exhibitors, and industry attendees. The Expo was once again held at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds and covered more […]
North Coast Wine Industry Event Focuses on Education, Networking, and #ExpoDeals Healdsburg, CA, August 23, 2016 – The 2016 North Coast Wine Industry Expo (WIN Expo), presented by Wine Industry Network (WIN), has announced that attendee registration has officially opened. Harvest special pricing on the trade show and educational sessions runs through October and industry […]
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…
There’s no shortage of mobile apps these days to find wines, remember what you drank, or even have wine delivered to your door in under an hour. But with so many apps and new technologies, it can be difficult for producers and suppliers to determine how the changing landscape of technology in the wine industry […]
Harvest Recap and Look Ahead for 2017: Anticipated Changes in Vineyard Contracts, Bulk & Grape Market
“We have good sellers and good buyers in the North Bay,” Brian Clements states firmly. “The North Bay region provides premium grapes, and the luxury category of $10 per bottle and higher is selling very well, across all varietal categories.”
WIN Expo launches a “day-of-deals” buying event for region Healdsburg, CA, October 31, 2016 – The 2016 North Coast Wine Industry Expo (WIN Expo), presented by Wine Industry Network (WIN), will launch the first ever multi-supplier one-day sale, specifically for the wine industry, called #ExpoDeals. In the spirit of the traditional Black Friday and Cyber […]
“American wine consumption is rapidly rising, especially in the premium red blend tier,” Lueck says, “and many producers are turning to non-barrel alternatives in the ageing process to produce a premium product while using cellar space efficiently.”
Have wine brands across the industry embraced promoting themselves through the use of mobile apps? Scott Stanchak, who teaches graduate level e-commerce marketing at NYU, and is the Managing Director, Mobile Marketing Strategy, at The New York Times, thinks not.
The millennial consumer continues to rise in prominence for the wine industry, but being able to identify the important trends and mediums to connect, engage, and build loyalty with them is a challenge for traditional wine marketers.