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Wednesday, September 18th

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Learn how one hospitality company built connection, communication and involvement

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The addition of the 34 Bowland properties to Atlas' existing client portfolio represents over 3000 total acres of premier vineyard property in the prime winegrowing regions of California, Oregon, and Washington states.

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Most people know about Willamette Valley sparkling wine. But quality bubble makers south of Salem? Not so much. Iris Vineyards in Eugene, Oregon is bursting that misperception, one bottle of bubbly at a time

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Tenants DeLille Cellars, Sparkman Cellars and Teatro ZinZanni Bring New Life, and a New Name, to Iconic Brewery Site in Woodinville

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The vineyard will be planted this year and the first crop will be harvested in 2021. It will take at least six years to begin to see consistent results

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-- Startup's "smart" bottle platform, utilizing a mix of NFC, QR and image recognition technologies, allows vintners to connect with customers with a simple tap or scan of a smartphone --

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Napa's 'first cult cabernet' hits remarkable 80-year milestone with the release of its 2016 vintage.

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In his new role at BevMo!, Mr. Champion will be responsible for all aspects of marketing including traditional and digital marketing, in-store activation and e-commerce.

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Bosch adapts its fully automated flow-wrapper for highest hygienic requirements in the food industry

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In 2018/2019 a total of 108,557 candidates took a WSET qualification, breaking the 100,000 barrier for the first time.

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Had the opinion been adopted and released, it would have interfered with efforts to ramp up irrigation deliveries to powerful California farm interests with ties to the Trump administration. The revision, critics say, is another example of the administration intervening to weaken environmental protections and reverse the findings of federal scientists

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For the 122nd year in a row, the Valley of the Moon Vintage Festival is celebrating the harvest season with a wine county tradition of events, taking families and friends on a food, wine and art extravaganza. During the weekend of September 27-29, festival-goers will have the opportunity to enjoy local culinary creations, indulge in a variety of wines and participate in some exciting events all while soaking up rich cultural history.

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Three Austin Sommeliers win the 2019 TEXSOM Best Sommelier Competition

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Travel to Walla Walla this fall with an insider's guide to the Valley's best kept secrets and celebrated favorites, all curated by local winemakers themselves.

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This competition will be a must enter for all spirit producers desiring more exposure to a perfect audience.

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Guests will be among the first to taste incredible new released wines and take advantage of the special preferred pricing that will be offered during this evening.

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SIP NAPA will be held at several of the most esteemed, beautiful and accomplished wineries including Silver Oak, Brasswood, Alpha Omega and Frank Family Vineyards, and feature performances by more than 20 world-class singer-songwriters.

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One of Sonoma County's top destinations and home to some of the region's highest-scoring wines, Ledson Winery & Vineyards has been selected as one of the North Bay Business Journal's "Best Places to Work."

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This year 15 judges evaluated 422 diverse wines made in the eastern US.

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A book entitled Discerning Experts explains why-and what can be done about it

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King Estate is launching a new brand of Willamette Valley Pinot Noir called Inscription, created expressly to further showcase Oregon's unique place among the world's wines.

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Independent Liquor Store Owners Offered Three Options For Valuable Customer Insight

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Picking has begun in prime growing regions in the northern San Francisco Bay area.

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Two big names face court as the legal ramifications of the 2012 Saint-Émilion classification rumble on.

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Drip irrigation techniques, which were modernized in Israel over 50 years ago, continue to be improved there. Farmers are not averse to incorporating new technologies into their operations.

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Quinta do Passadouro, from the Bohrmann family. The estate has 36 hectares of vineyard in the Pinhão and Roncão valleys, the same locations AXA's Quinta do Noval has "significant" holdings.

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Paul Espitalié has been appointed managing director of Chablis vineyard Simonnet-Febvre, owned by Maison Louis Latour.

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The National Restaurant Association projects overall industry sales will hit a new high of $863 billion in 2019, up 3.6% year over year

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"During a recent consulting activity with a prominent hospitality client we discussed the mindset, critical knowledge, and tactics which are required to sell wine effectively. Before we got into the discussion of sales we established the need for the team to have a change of mindset"