Santa Rosa, Calif. - The Sonoma County Winegrowers is presenting their 23rd Annual Dollars & $ense Seminar and Tradeshow on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014 from 7:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at the Wells Fargo Center for the Arts located at 50 Mark West Springs Road, Santa Rosa 95403. Every year this seminar attracts the largest number of Sonoma County growers, vintners, wine industry professionals and tradeshow vendors who gather to discuss the industry's most important issues.
This year’s theme is “Sustaining the Moment” and will focus on the importance of sustainability in Sonoma County. Speakers include Brian Clements and Marc Cuneo of Turrentine Company who will discuss bulk wine and grape market prospects for 2014. Attendees will also hear from industry leaders on the importance of sustainability. Sonoma County Winegrowers’ president Karissa Kruse will also present the organization’s year in review and an overview on their marketing and promotional plans for 2014. Agenda details are available at: www.sonomawinegrape.org.
In addition, approximately 50 tradeshow vendors will be in attendance to showcase their latest vineyard tools and products, services, and much more.
Register online by Jan. at: www.sonomawinegrape.org/14das. For questions about registration, contact Karen Thomas at 707-522-5862 or email@example.com. Businesses interested in participating in the tradeshow should contact Ginger Baker at 707-522-5864 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Sonoma County Winegrowers
Sonoma County Winegrape Commission, dba Sonoma County Winegrowers (SCW), was established in 2006 as a nonprofit marketing and educational organization dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Sonoma County as one of the world’s premier grape growing regions. With more than 1,800 growers, SCW’s goal is to increase awareness and recognition of the quality and diversity of Sonoma County’s grapes and wines through dynamic marketing and educational programs targeted to wine consumers around the world. For more information about SCWC and its programs, visit www.sonomawinegrape.org