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06/03/20

Prevention and control of coronavirus at agricultural worksites, and in shared worker housing and shared transport vehicles, can present unique challenges. Applying specific disease management and prevention measures can help reduce the risk of transmitting the virus among workers on farms, ranches, and other production worksites.

06/03/20

Governmental entities, trade organizations, and others are wisely recommending protocols to reduce the risk of a spike in COVID-19 cases. Such protocols include customer and employee wellness screenings, contact tracing, and questionnaires about compliance with public health orders. Although these protocols are designed to ensure the health and well-being of employees, customers, and others physically visiting the businesses, businesses collecting data from employees and customers must consider the privacy implications of doing so.

06/03/20

A new Hospitality Industry Recovery Strategy Roadmap for on-premise businesses. The Roadmap is a digital tool offering resources and guides to help minimize recovery time for Southern Glazer's on-premise customers that are rebuilding in the wake of COVID-19.

06/03/20

Here is the latest information on the BC Winery tasting rooms and restaurants reopening as of May 31st.

06/03/20

The Laurelwood District's boundary is defined by the predominance of a unique soil series recognized as Laurelwood. This loess (windblown) soil consists of freshwater sedimentary topsoil over a fractured basalt subsoil. It encompasses over 33,000 acres of the North and East facing slope of the Chehalem Mountains, including the highest elevation in the Willamette Valley at 1633 ft.

06/03/20

Paso Robles-based winemaker Pedro Vargas released his book titled "Stars in a Glass". "When I started out, I just assumed that I would find a book on how to make sparkling wine and that it would detail the process from end-to-end," said Vargas, "but all I could find were fragments of information that I had to cobble together to get started."

06/03/20

Wines will be shipped to China as normal and displayed at the fair in the usual way, with the promotional stand material and staff representing the winery. Chinese buyers and merchants will be able to taste the wine and can ask winery managers any further details via WBWE Asia's virtual system.

06/03/20

including funds to enable wineries to store rather than distil wine.

06/03/20

The Sonoma City Council heard four half-hour presentations by the applicants for the city's Commercial Cannabis Business license on Wednesday, May 27, during a teleconference council meeting.

06/03/20

To bolster the local fight against the COVID-19 crisis and continue supporting Santa Barbara's medically underserved farmworker community, the Santa Barbara Vintners Foundation and Direct Relief are pleased to announce it is gifting $200,000 to Community Health Partners of the Central Coast (CHC).

06/03/20

Enjoy a food & wine pairing on our beautiful outdoor patio featuring Marimar's tapas or a Spanish charcuterie plate. Get out of the house and take a drive on over to the Russian River Valley - fresh air, sunshine and a glass of wine await you! Book now at exploretock.com/marimarestate.

06/03/20

Following the huge success of its wine-themed Zoom event with pro golfers Justin Rose, Craig Stadler and Rewa winemaker Celia Welch, Rewa Vineyards today announced the next webinar in its Wine & Golf Series.

06/03/20

The Washington Wine Industry Foundation (Foundation) awarded $48,000 in scholarships to 13 students pursuing careers in the wine industry. The awards were made from four funds.

06/03/20

The California Association of Winegrape Growers (CAWG) Foundation has awarded $30,000 in college scholarships to six students. The scholarships are awarded annually to students whose parent or legal guardian is employed by a California winegrape grower.

06/03/20

Across the AVA, vintners considered last week's high temperatures as they looked ahead to a cooling trend - a vigilant stance among the first evidence of bloom on the AVA's lower elevations, in a region that farms from 1,20o to more than 3,000 feet in signature granitic and volcanic soils.

06/03/20

The Canopy Fruit Zone Management live webinar will discuss the fundamentals of fruit zone management and present findings from field research. The fundamentals of fruit zone leaf removal will be discussed and research-based findings will be presented so attendees can make informed canopy management decisions in vineyards.

06/03/20

Beginning on June 16, 2020, members of the trade are invited to bid on several Sonoma County Barrel Auction lots made from grapes grown in the Petaluma Gap American Viticultural Area (AVA). Two of these auction lots are collaborative efforts with winemakers from multiple Petaluma Gap wineries. Four additional lots are made exclusively from Petaluma Gap grapes and crafted by winemakers at Gary Farrell, Guarachi Family, Keller Estate and Montagne Russe.

06/03/20

Australian winemaker Chris Ringland has just released a new wine from his Stone Creek Vineyard in the Barossa Valley. The 2013 Chris Ringland "Single Barrel" Shiraz is the first new wine to be made from the 110 year old vineyard and follows on from his 25 years of working with the parcel of shiraz that he purchased in 1994.

06/03/20

By adding Chef Austin to develop and lead the culinary program, the ownership team is looking to take another big step in taking their young wine brand to the next level through a variety of wine and food pairing experiences, wine dinners, and so much more.

06/03/20

Effective this month, M.S. Walker has been named the exclusive distributor of premiere Barolo producer, Borgogno, in New York and New Jersey. Borgogno's national importer, Ethica Wines, had previously appointed M.S. Walker as the exclusive distributor in Rhode Island, and the brand will also be joining the company's portfolio in Massachusetts in June.

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