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Ashley Trout:  Blazing the Trail for Women Winemakers

Ashley Trout: Blazing the Trail for Women Winemakers

Ashley Trout, Flying Trout Wines By: Nan McCreary If anyone can rightfully boast about their place on Wine Enthusiast Magazine’s ...
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Don’t Get Caught Off Guard During Wildfire Season: Tips For Your Winery

Don’t Get Caught Off Guard During Wildfire Season: Tips For Your Winery

Weather conditions and natural disasters occasionally take a toll on vineyards and other agricultural production systems. Due to climate change ...
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Understanding the Domino Effect of the European Wine Tariffs

Understanding the Domino Effect of the European Wine Tariffs

By: Tracey L. Kelley At press time, the Office of the United States Trade Representative is deciding the revised outcome ...
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Post Fermentation Management Choices for Red Wines

Post Fermentation Management Choices for Red Wines

By: Thomas J. Payette, Winemaking Consultant “The winemaker is a warrior. He has to fight the vagaries of nature, storms, ...
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Highlighting the Women of Washington State Wine

Highlighting the Women of Washington State Wine

By: Becky Garrison A media luncheon of Washington winemakers hosted by the Washington State Wine Commis-sion during Feast Portland 2019 ...
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Reliability, Performance & Versatility Determine Winery Pump Choices

Reliability, Performance & Versatility Determine Winery Pump Choices

Photo Courtesy of Gorman-Rupp Pumps By: Gerald Dlubala When it comes to pumps used in the winery, there’s a pump ...
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Crush Season Opens with New Methods and Challenges

Crush Season Opens with New Methods and Challenges

By: Cheryl Gray Annual harvests of wine grapes are already underway, and that means two words are now in motion: ...
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Wine Filtration Basics

Wine Filtration Basics

By: Alyssa L. Ochs Filtration is a technique that winemakers use to clarify wine and remove sediment and haze. Through ...
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The Unexpected is Growing in Niagara

The Unexpected is Growing in Niagara

By: Alyssa Andres As a cool climate wine region, the Niagara Peninsula in Ontario, Canada, is traditionally known for planting ...
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Keeping it Social: How to Approach Your Online Connections Post-COVID

Keeping it Social: How to Approach Your Online Connections Post-COVID

By: Tracey L. Kelley Aspects of target marketing are quite fluid right now and are projected to be for some ...
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