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The new Diam 30, the world’s most advanced cork closure with the ability to last more than thirty years, will make its U.S. debut later this month at the Unified Wine and Grape Symposium in Sacramento. Based on independent laboratory accelerated aging studies, the Diam 30 far surpasses the lifetime of natural corks.
St. Louis, Mo., January 14, 2014--Wine bottles with 3-D labels won a Bronze award in the 2014 World Beverage Competition’s packaging division for bottles. The specialty labels provided a new perspective for Okanagan Villa Estate Winery’s Vibrant Vine wine.
January 9, 2013 Walnut Creek, CA – AgroThermal Systems announced results from the company’s 2013 trial programs involving eight cultivars from 12 trial blocks in California, Oregon and New Zealand where Thermal Plant Treatment was applied to vineyard blocks throughout the growing season.
Andritz Separation revealed its new cross-flow filtration units featuring the company's new “dynamic” filter system. The new system employs overlapping rotating disks that create differential speeds to “generate a cross flow without requiring a pump to circulate the slurry and without any circulation line at all.” Andritz describes the new units as “a plug-and play” solution for recovering lees or fining wines. Details: andritz.com.
FT System's award-winning L.Sensor.C02 unit will make its North American debut at the recent Unified Wine and Grape Symposium in Sacramento, Calif. The sensor won an innovation award at the 2013 SIMEI-ENOVITIS exposition in Italy. According to a statement by FT System, the unit is the first of its kind to use laser spectroscopy technology in the gaseous phase to provide a non-destructive measurement of oxygen and carbon dioxide in glass and plastic containers. Details: ftsystem.com.
Austrian wine glassware producer Glass & Co. announced that its products are now available in the North American market through its website and some distributors. The company expects its scratch-, shatter- and chip-resistant glassware to “revolutionize America’s hospitality industry.” The glasses are made out of single pieces of high-density glass, and the rims are diamond polished to provide modern design and size while remaining durable enough for regular use. Details: wineglass-usa.com.
Invisible Sentinel, a company that develops molecular diagnostics for the food industry, announced its partnership with Jackson Family Wines to develop a quick test to detect the presence of the yeast Brettanomyces. The new assay will use Invisible Sentinel’s hand-held Veriflow analysis device that is already on the market to detect food spoilage microbes such as Salmonella and Listeria. Details: invisiblesentinel.com.
ITW Muller announced the release of its new Octopus “C” automatic rotary ring stretch wrapper. The compact unit can wrap up to 40 loads per hour, depending on load size and wrap pattern. Michael Klear, the sales and marketing director for ITW Muller, said in a news release that the unit is “ideal for manufacturers looking to increase productivity without compromising space and allowing the customer to stay within budget restraints.” Details: itwmuller.com.
Cork producer M.A. Silva announced that it now offers what it’s calling “revolutionary cork laser printing technology” that can provide high-resolution image printing for natural corks. The company has added a D-CLP “Decork” laser-printer system within its Diamond Program of services that include D-GC/MS testing. The new laser creates 3D-style imaging within the full 360° cork body spectrum. In addition to graphics, the laser also can mark each cork with a number for traceability. A free Decork app for iOS and Android devices enables users to view 3D artwork simulations on corks. Details: masilva.com.
SANTA ROSA, Calif., Jan. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sonoma County based M.A. Silva USA, now offers cork laser printing technology with the highest capable image resolution for printing natural cork stoppers. M.A. Silva now offers the D-CLP laser printer within their Diamond Program of premium services, along with D-GC/MS testing. The D-CLP creates perfectly detailed 3D style imaging within the full 360° cork body spectrum. The high definition shading along with the darkest printing capability, allows for distinctive illustrative or photographic rendering to be visually sharp.
Vancouver, Canada — January 7, 2014 — Renaissance BioScience Corp. announced that it has exclusively licensed, from the Regents of the University of California, patented and patent pending technology for the development and commercialization of yeast strains that reduce the formation of hydrogen sulfide in wine and other fermented products.
Invisible Sentinel Inc., a life-sciences company that develops and manufactures rapid molecular diagnostics for the food industry, announced today that it will partner with Jackson Family Wines, the family-owned winery in Sonoma County, on a first-in-class rapid diagnostic to detect Brettanomyces, a wine-spoiling yeast.
January 6, 2014 (Kelowna, British Columbia) – A small, family run winery in Kelowna, The Vibrant Vine, has garnered international acclaim at the 2014 World Beverage Competition, Geneva, Switzerland, securing two awards including Platinum “Best of Show” (White Wine) and a Bronze medal for packaging.
BSG Wine is offering adjuncts in four flavor profiles and two formats from Toasted Oak. The oak is selected from forests in central France, air-seasoned and toasted using infrared, convection or traditional fire heating. The company offers sample packs. Details: bsgwine.com.

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