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Christianson Elected to CAVE Board

Posted on January 07, 2013

With the new year, the Colorado Association for Viticulture and Enology (CAVE) announces three new elected board members that will help oversee the nonprofit organization that supports the Colorado wine industry.

In December, CAVE’s membership elected Linda Brauns (Palisade vineyard owner), Jay Christianson (Canyon Wind Cellars) and Doug Caskey (Colorado Wine Industry Development Board executive director) to three-year terms beginning Jan. 1, 2013.

Christianson owns both Canyon Wind Cellars and Anemoi Wines in Palisade with his wife, Jennifer. He is the lead winemaker for Canyon Wind.

The new members join the board that consists of Tom Bueb (Turquoise Mesa Winery), Jennifer Christianson (Canyon Wind Cellars), Guy Drew (Guy Drew Vineyards), Naomi Smith (Grande River Vineyards), Bruce Talbott (Talbott’s Mountain Gold) and Brooke Webb (Mesa Park Vineyards).

About CAVE

The Colorado Association for Viticulture and Enology (CAVE) is a member-based association that exists to encourage and support enology and viticulture in Colorado. CAVE promotes the interests of Colorado grape growers and wineries in legislative and political matters, provides a forum for the exchange of ideas, and disseminates current information pertaining to optimum winemaking and agriculture practices for vineyards in the area. CAVE seeks to establish contacts and relationships with other associations, both regional and statewide, to further development and growth of the industry.

Region: Colorado
Job Function: Board Member

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