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One Man’s Idea Becomes Leading Filtration and Remediation Solution for Wine Industry

One Man’s Idea Becomes Leading Filtration and Remediation Solution for Wine Industry

The method Tudhope developed worked so well, he started VA Filtration South Africa in 1999 to focus on vinegar removal for wineries in the Western Cape. 

By November 29, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
Afternoon Brief, November 28

Afternoon Brief, November 28

Florida the Latest Battleground for Interstate Shipping: Midwestern attorney Robert Epstein is on a mission to open up as many states as possible to interstate shipping. “We have pending cases in Missouri, Illinois and Michigan, which is now on appeal,” one of the Indianapolis-based founders of Epstein, Cohen, Seif & Flora shares…

By November 28, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
Consumer Behavior Data Now Accessible for Efficient Wine Marketing

Consumer Behavior Data Now Accessible for Efficient Wine Marketing

“The wine industry has been obfuscated by their data sources given the traditional three tier distribution system,” says Mabray. “Consumer behavior and the foundation of how consumers buy is not apparent to wineries, so we (Emetry) come in as kind of data miners, gather wells of data, clean them up, and put them in a data lake.”

By November 28, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
Afternoon Brief, November 27

Afternoon Brief, November 27

California Winery Should Lose Oregon Licenses for Label Violations, Says OLCC: California winery Copper Cane should lose its licenses to distribute wine or do retail business within the state of Oregon, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission has recommended…

By November 27, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
Boisset Takes Best of Marin Four Years in a Row with 2015 Pinot Noir

Boisset Takes Best of Marin Four Years in a Row with 2015 Pinot Noir

Winning “Best of Marin” at the 2018 North Coast Wine Challenge with the 2015 DeLoach Marin Pinot Noir made it four years in a row that Brian Maloney, Director of Sonoma County Winemaking for Boisset Collection, claimed the honor.

By November 27, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
A Pathway to Success in the Three-Tier System for Small and Medium Brands

A Pathway to Success in the Three-Tier System for Small and Medium Brands

Rosen said, “through data and boots on the ground we support the independent brand, because frankly the distributor doesn’t have the time nor inclination.”

By November 27, 2018 1 Comments Read More →
Afternoon Brief, November 26

Afternoon Brief, November 26

A New Era for U.S. Wine-Labeling Laws: Recent disputes find winemakers and legislators reconsidering America’s laissez-faire attitude toward veracity in wine labeling…

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Clean Wood: The Multi-Faceted Processes for Keeping Disease-Free Vineyards

Clean Wood: The Multi-Faceted Processes for Keeping Disease-Free Vineyards

These processes are changing, with farmers pushing for better and multi-pronged approaches to keeping their vineyards clean. They are not excited about the idea of replacing their vines every 15 years instead of every 30, or hoping that in receiving a new order, they get 96% of the vines clean, yet not expecting that all will be.

By November 26, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
A Closure for Wines Committed to Quality and Sustainability

A Closure for Wines Committed to Quality and Sustainability

To call DIAM a cork company is tells only part of the story. The technology they have developed relies on the efficiency of natural cork as a closure, but works to eliminate the inconsistencies in natural cork that can lead to flaws in wine.

By November 26, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
Afternoon Brief, November 21

Afternoon Brief, November 21

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

By November 21, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
A Combined Authentication and Marketing Solution for Wine and Spirits

A Combined Authentication and Marketing Solution for Wine and Spirits

The idea of Prosurix, a counterfeit detection software, came to long-time wine and spirits retailer Steve Glamuzina about four years ago when he heard about the counterfeiting of the famed Italian wine, Sassicaia, and rampant counterfeiting of other collectible and expensive wines.

By November 21, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
Afternoon Brief, November 20

Afternoon Brief, November 20

Feds Shut Down Controversial Elouan Wine Labels: California winery Copper Cane has been ordered by the federal government to change the labels on its Elouan wines, which are made in California but labeled as Oregon wines and sold as such by retailers.

By November 20, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
Five Wine Businesses Recognized for Their Innovative Advances for the Wine Industry

Five Wine Businesses Recognized for Their Innovative Advances for the Wine Industry

Whether solving a problem or seizing an opportunity, these five wine industry suppliers used ingenuity and technology to develop innovative products and solutions for vineyards and wineries. They represent the vanguard of product and service innovation that is essential for the advancement and prosperity of the wine industry. The winners of Wine Industry Network’s seventh […]

By November 20, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
Afternoon Brief, November 19

Afternoon Brief, November 19

Harvard Spent $100 Million on Vineyards. Now It’s Fighting with the Neighbors: Four years ago, Harvard University bought an old cattle ranch in the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountains. On an arid expanse north of Santa Barbara, California, the schools endowment set out to make money from a notoriously tricky business: vineyards …

By November 19, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
Late Harvest Chard Wins Best Dessert for Sonoma-Cutrer

Late Harvest Chard Wins Best Dessert for Sonoma-Cutrer

Ask Mick Schroeter how the Late Harvest Chardonnay project came about at Sonoma-Cutrer, and the well-versed Aussie, who began his career as a red winemaker in the Barossa Valley with the iconic Penfolds brand, says simply, “Chardonnay and Pinot Noir just don’t cut it with dessert. We were doing all these wine dinners, and we’d get to the dessert course, and nothing would be quite right. So, we decided it was time to do a Late Harvest.”

By November 19, 2018 0 Comments Read More →