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Saverglass released its new Invent line of premium bottles that the supplier says is “defined by its avant-garde new punt design.” According to Saverglass, “the bottle seems to eloquently melt at its base, creating a curve and fold of lines that organically bloom into a distinct silhouette that instantly stands out in any environment as unique.” The new bottles are available as a 300 mm tall Bordeaux and 296 mm tall Burgundy shapes and weigh 500 grams, making it the lightest bottle in the company’s glass portfolio. Both styles are offered in two colors: extra-white flint glass or an antique green. saverglass.com
More proof that you, the growers, are first priority to Vintage Nurseries and that they keep growing for you. The Vintage Nurseries “Growers First” philosophy has really taken root. In fact, they’ve created the Vintage Root Sock system that is globally exclusive to Vintage Nurseries. They made it their mission to develop this innovation to save you time, money and hassles. But they didn’t stop there. You’ll be pleased to discover all of the added benefits that were designed into this root sock for you. They realized that, it couldn’t just be new, it had to be different.
Greenville, S.C. (March, 2015) – For the $641 billion food service industry1, fruit flies present a relentless and pesky issue to both the storage and display of food year-round. As warmer weather quickly approaches, fruit fly infestations in hotels, restaurants, bars, wineries, breweries, etc. are likely to increase drastically across the country. Not only do fruit flies thrive in warm and humid environments, but they are drawn to the food and equipment commonly found and used in food service facilities. According to the University of Kentucky, “fruit flies are especially attracted to ripened fruits and vegetables in the kitchen. They also will breed in drains, garbage disposals, empty bottles and cans, trash containers, mops and cleaning rags.”2 Luckily for the food service industry and food lovers alike, Aunt Fannie’s (www.auntfannie.com) has developed FlyPunch! a safe, effective, chemical free, and affordable solution to the ever present fruit fly.
Sausalito, California, March 10, 2015 — LUX Strategic, a full service sales and marketing company for the wine industry is open for business.
Adelsheim Vineyard poured several demonstration wines for various wine quality techniques it has advanced at its Newberg Oregon winery. These wines were among 20 selected by Wine Business Monthly to feature at its inaugural Innovation+Quality Show held at Charles Krug Winery in Napa. Winemaker David Paige and Head Viticulturist Chad Vargas have been experimenting and expanding their use of the Agrothermal Systems patented thermal heat technology since 2012.
Today's packaging technology merges smoothly with Jim Osborn's historical approach to crafting hard cider. Osborn, the winemaker at Chaddsford Winery, the largest and best known in Pennsylvania, evokes a centuries-old tradition with his contemporary rendition of the beverage favored by North American colonists and now embraced in a dynamic revival. The new "fizz" screw cap liner from ACI Cork USA marries well with Chaddsford Hard Cider, thanks to its unique ability to retain fresh crisp flavors while offering ease of consumer opening and reclosability.
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Fresno, Calif. – (February 26, 2015) – Over 130 business and education leaders turned out at Betts Company in Fresno earlier this month for the first town hall meeting of the “Task Force on Workforce, Job Creation and a Strong Economy.” Mike Betts, president of Betts Company, served as co-host of the event and greeted attendees with opening remarks.
PARIS, FRANCE – February 24, 2015 – Saverglass, the premier glass manufacturer and decorator of premium and super premium glass bottles for the world’s most iconic brands of wine and spirits, announced a revolutionary new wine bottle design that shatters preconceptions and redefines the shape of luxury.
MODESTO, Calif. (February 24, 2015) – G3 Enterprises announced today it is entering a partnership with Petainer, an industry-leading manufacturer of PET containers, to leverage the growing popularity of wine-on-tap by offering a one-way keg container that is both environmentally and economically friendly.
Labeltronix announced the release of its new “AVA Series” that includes five new label materials “inspired by AVA growing regions in the Golden State.” Each of the new materials is also available within the company’s “Artic Shield” line of labels that are guaranteed to stay affixed while submerged in ice buckets. The new labels, as described by the manufacturer, include:
The new Matrix 430 by TeeJet is designed to be “an easy-to-use and low-cost GNSS guidance system” The unit features a high-contrast, full-color touch screen and contains an integral GNSS receiver that supports GPS and GLONASS signals. Other features include: return-to-point, coverage mapping, field area measurement, applied area alert, elapsed time counter, job reporting and a choice of four guidance modes. teejet.com 
Tule Technologies reports its new system for water use monitoring provides “Actual ET” data on the amount of water that is vaporized and transpired from a field or vineyard rather than Reference ET from a nearby location such as a California Irrigation Management Information System, CIMIS, data station. One Tule sensor measures evapotranspiration over a 1 to 10 acre area and reports data back to the Tule dashboard. Weekly reports include a forecast of the atmospheric demand for the upcoming week. “We can remotely tell grape growers whether their vineyard has the right amount of water stress for their production goals, and recommend how much water to apply,” said Tule co-founder and CEO Tom Shapland. tuletechnologies.com 

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