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Discounted Pricing for Vineyard Economics Symposium Ends Next Week

Don't miss the 24th edition of the premier conference covering vineyard economic and financial issues at its new home at the CIA at Copia on May 8, 2019
by Wine Business Monthly
March 27, 2019

NAPA, CA (Feb. 27, 2019) – The 24th Annual Vineyard Economics Symposium is set for Wednesday, May 8, 2019 in Napa, California at the CIA at Copia. The full-day event will feature vineyard and agriculture experts and influencers active in the wine business locally, regionally and nationally. Registration is now open at

Early-bird discounted pricing ends on Friday, April 5. Save $50 off regular price by registering today.

“The 24th Annual Vineyard Economics Seminar continues a long tradition of researching and analyzing the wine industry, to present the most vital and relevant information for grape growers, as well as vintners and professionals involved in the financial and legal sectors of the wine business,” said Eric Jorgensen, president, Wine Business Monthly. “The program will provide broad and specific insights into the most compelling issues and hottest trends that impact the financial and economic aspect of growing wine grapes.”

The 2019 Vineyard Economics Seminar program features a full panel of agricultural experts, wine industry professionals and high-level decision makers including presentations by Jeff Nowicki of Bump Williams Consulting, Doug Wilson of Silverado Investment Management Company, Jeff Richardson of CK Mondavi and Family, Ryan Stapleton of Coppola Family Wine, Matt Heil of Copper Cane Wine & Provisions, Rob Weinstock of E&J Gallo, and many more.

Topics of the day will range from the economics of labor, how to grow a grape-growing business, economic impacts of sustainability, trends in grape contracting, and more.. Both the complete program, as well as limited-time early bird registration, are now available online at


Join Wine Business Monthly editor-in-chief Cyril Penn as he leads a panel of experts in discussion about a new trend that is further diversifying the industry: grape growers entering the winemaking sector. In the afternoon session, Growers Making Wine, three growers who have made the leap will provide advice on business transitions, marketing tactics and profitability potential.

Meet the panelists:
Cyril Penn, editor-in-chief, Wine Business Monthly - moderator
Chris Hyde, general manager, Hyde Vineyards (Napa)
Nicholas Miller, VP, marketing and sales, Bien Nacido Vineyards (Central Coast)
Steve Sangiacomo, partner, Sangiacomo Family Vineyards (Sonoma)
Oscar Renteria, owner, Renteria Vineyard Management and Renteria Family Wines (Napa)

For a full list of speakers and session details, access the program here.

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