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The new Alfa Laval BurstClean+ tank cleaning process uses the “burst-cleaning” concept to soften stubborn residues and a rotary jet head to remove those residues. Alfa Laval claims the patent-pending nozzel maximizes chemical usage while reducing the amount of time and water by eliminating the need to pre-rinse a tank. The device features a rotary jet head with a secondary spray fan nozzle outlet. The flow diverted through this outlet provides full coverage of the tank wall without requiring the jet head to attain a full cleaning pattern. The hard-to-clean residues are then soaked in chemicals before the jet head breaks through its surface. The spray fan effect and distribution of chemicals does not interfere with the primary impact of the rotary jet head. 
BlueMorph UV and Tom Beard Company partnered to produce a new ultraviolet light system sanitation system for winery tanks. The system employs large ultraviolet lights to reduce sanitation cycle times, eliminate the use of sanitizing chemicals and reduce winery water consumption. BlueMorph founder Alex Farren developed the concept and Tom Beard helped engineer a piece of equipment designed to be easy to use yet durable for regular winery work. After conducting trials at various wineries for the past six months, the BlueMorph team claims its machine can provide better sanitation than with chemicals. The company also announced that Jackson Family Wines has purchased one of the new sanitation devices. 
Winner of a gold medal Innovation Award at the 2015 SITEVI exposition in Montpellier, France, the QC620 by Diemme Enologia is a continuous pressing system that includes a vibrating sorting device, high-pressure peristaltic pump and horizontal hydraulic press. According to the manufacturer, the new press system offers the advantages of a continuous feed press without the drawback of the grapes getting macerated by moving mechanical parts. Press pressure is maintained by the combined action of the peristaltic feed pump and hydraulic system, and flow rate and pressure parameters can be managed by adjusting the pump, hydraulic piston or discharge door. Flow rates can range from 15-45 tons per hour. 
Eaton launched a new line of depth filter cartridges for the North American wine industry. The Beco Protect CS CellStream are designed to help wine producers save both time and money while delivering gentle and effective filtration. Beco Protect CS CellStream depth filter cartridges feature Becopad depth filter sheet material that reduces fine colloids and microorganisms while retaining color, taste and aromas. According to the manufacturer, the unique wrapping of the CellStream filter cartridges maximizes the filter surface area and increases its mechanical and thermal stability. The design enables the filter cartridge to withstand more than 50 steam cycles and regenerations. The filter cartridges also come with adapters to fit all commercially available filter cartridge housings. 
EPour Technologies released a countertop device for serving wine by the glass that is designed to reduce wine waste, costs and provide uniform pours. The system utilizes a patented 9-liter oxygen-inhibiting bag in tray system to maintain consistent quality and pour accuracy with every glass. The manufacturer is currently testing the product in markets in Colorado and Maryland and plans to introduce a model for tasting rooms and a device with four 9-liter bags in 2016. launched an updated version of its tasting room reservation management system that is now integrated with Google maps and boasts other upgrades. The company claims it offers the largest selection of participating wineries with more than 600 in North American and Europe and about 25 new wineries every month. The system now allows tour guides, hotel concierges and other hospitality staff to book, adjust and distribute wine tasting itineraries. VinoVisit also features virtual tours of tasting rooms and original editorial content about wineries and wine regions on its blog as well as other new features. 
The Alamo Beer Company roared to life with a celebratory cannon firing and keg tapping ceremony earlier this year, marking the moment that the iconic beer brand returned to Alamo City after a 95-year hiatus.
Napa, CA – October, 7, 2015 –, the wine industry leader in tasting room reservation management software, has created the ultimate user-friendly experience when booking wine tasting itineraries. The new VinoVisit re-defines customer expectations as it curates every step of the guest experience with show stopping features and functionality like: GOOGLE MAPS INTEGRATION – Interactive high resolution symbols and aerial imagery to assist the user in discovering new locations and reservation opportunities within their targeted region. THE LARGEST SELECTION OF WINE TASTINGS ONLINE– now has over 600 wineries in North America and Europe and gains 25 more every month. HAND PICKED WINERY SELECTIONS – Both featured and staff picked wineries will be displayed on the homepage to focus and simplify the consumer’s wine booking experience based off of trusted recommendations. IN-DEPTH ARTICLES FROM OUR NEW BLOG “THE FIRST SIP” – Immersive stories, quizzes, and wine related topics brought together to offer a well-rounded perspective of wine culture and tourism in the new blog named “The First Sip”. EDU-TAINMENT VIDEOS – Educational/entertainment videos made to help consumers prepare for wine country and find wine related inspiration. MULTI DAY ITINERARY BUILDING – Consumers can build a multiple day itinerary and share it with friends in minutes, never having to leave the site. INSTANT CONFIRMATION – All reservations booked on are instantly confirmed 24/7, reducing reservation difficulties caused by contacting wineries on an individual basis. STATE OF THE ART TECHNOLOGY – VinoVisit utilizes the very best in web technology, meaning fast load times and full mobile accessibility. Make a reservation from the comfort of your home or on the go. BOOK ON BEHALF OF YOUR GUESTS - Tourism professionals can now book, adjust, and distribute wine tasting itineraries adding value to their guests’ seamless experience. VISITING MEDIA VIRTUAL TOURS- “There has never been another site like this with this much reach and features. Wine tasters are savvy and demand a thoughtful and seamless purchasing experience. Consumers should come to VinoVisit knowing their highest expectations will be surpassed. The New immediately improves every part of the consumer experience on the path towards discovering, planning, and booking wine tasting itineraries. You have to see it to believe it.” said Ron Scharman, COO of TOURISM PROFESSIONAL’S DREAM COME TRUE VinoVisit’s new site also offers concierge professionals, tour operators, and other travel experts the ability to book on behalf of their guests. For the FIRST TIME EVER, tourism professionals can book, adjust, and distribute wine tasting itineraries on a desktop or mobile device, adding value to their guest’s seamless experience. Colby smith, Director and Founder of CANVAS said, “This tool is exactly what concierges and tour guides have been waiting for. The ability to book wine tastings when wineries are closed assures that they can give their guests exactly what they want when they want it.” RECAP WHO – WHAT- New “” website and blog, “THE LAST DROP”, designed to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience for discovering, booking, and sharing wine tasting reservations. WHEN- The new version of the site is available now. WHERE- currently exhibits over 600 winery profiles in North America and Europe. HOW MUCH- is a free service for wineries and consumers. About, is the leading winery reservation and guest management software platform that offers free to consumers the flexibility to book real-time winery reservations and boasts an exclusive multi-day itinerary building tool. “THE LAST DROP”,’s new blog now offers consumers immersive stories, quizzes, and wine related topics to create a well-rounded perspective of wine culture and tourism.
ePour Technologies is proud to announce the commercial launch of its innovative high volume/high value system for serving wine by the glass. The countertop system utilizes a patented pumping, temperature, and pour control system to maintain consistent quality and pour accuracy with every glass poured. The 9 liter oxygen inhibiting bag in tray system allows retailers to significantly increase the profitability of each glass served by eliminating wine quality and wine service losses. Costs such as trash removal, storage needs, server training are significantly reduced. The consumer receives an exact pour size quality wine at temperature every time.
With grape-picking nearly finished for the vast majority of the West Coast’s wineries, attention has turned to fermentation. Mavrik North America has been approached by a surprising number of its clientele for assistance with stuck fermentations. Encounters with smoke taint on the other hand are, as expected, quite limited so far.
ALEXANDRIA, MN. (September 28, 2015) – Douglas employee owners are excited to debut the robotic TriVex SL/SLi top load case packer. This top load packs bags, pouches and cartons in a standup configuration into retail-ready cases with one or two product facings. With speeds up to 150 products per minute, the dual Scara robots combine the functionality of a product infeed, pack pattern collation and case loading functions into one mechanism.
BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (Sept. 28, 2014) – After a record-breaking 4-H Paper Clover campaign in the spring, Tractor Supply Company, in partnership with National 4-H Council, is hosting another Paper Clover campaign in October.
ACH Foam Technologies updated the design of its universal wine shipper that can accommodate 12 bottles. The new packaging combines improved bottom cushioning with chamfered edges and increased wall thickness. ACH reports the shippers have passed the ISTA’s 3A drop test, which measures the product’s ability to sustain a variety of simulated drops consistent with typical package transport and handling. The shippers are made with recyclable expanded polystyrene. 
Archon Industries, Inc. now offers pigging station valves by Kieselmann. The use of “pigs” to ensure material, water and cleaning agents are completely removed from lines and hoses helps to reduce product loss and water consumption. Archon reports Kiselmann’s aseptic cleaning systems do not require a vapor lock and are easy to maintain.
KleenLine introduced a modular lane switch conveyor that it reports is “faster, quieter and smaller that previous solutions.” The new conveyor is rated up to 325 feet per second and is equipped with timing belts instead of a chain drive system to make it quieter. Both full- and partial-wash down options are available. Designed for applications where multiple downstream machines are fed by a single upstream line, the KleenLine lane switch module accepts products in a single lane and diverts them into multiple lanes, feeding cartoners, case packers, and other packaging operations. 
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