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Tonnellerie Radoux released a new variable capacity, tight-grain oak fermenter. The oak vat comes in a range of 1, 2 or 3 ton capacities. The vats are equipped with either stainless steel or fiberglass “floating” lids. Once fermentation is done, the vats can be lifted and tipped over a press with a forklift. The vats have a diameter range of 53 to 73 inches and a weight range of 360 to 680 pounds. Details: tonnellerieradoux.com
Nexternal, a leading Cloud-based eCommerce platform company, and eMobilePOS, an award-winning iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch mobile point-of-sale (POS) provider are excited to announce the beta release of an integration between both companies’ systems. Merchants can now capture point-of-sale orders in their retail locations, trade shows, wine tasting rooms, or any location where a credit card swipe is expected, and have that order information automatically flow from eMobilePOS to the merchant’s Nexternal platform. Customer and product data are also imported directly from the Nexternal platform into eMobilePOS for centralized inventory and product information management.
Wine Opinions has just competed a tracking study of 902 U.S. wine consumers and 297 members of the wine trade regarding usage, preferences, sales, and numerous other market position aspects of wines imported to the U.S. from every major wine producing country and region.
A four-year warranty is provided as part of the new FossCare Premium Preventive Maintenance Agreement while a two-year warranty is provided as part of any other FossCare agreement. In addition to the peace of mind afforded by the warranty period, the continual preventive maintenance pays off by keeping analytical instruments working perfectly every day, year after year.
G3 Enterprises has announced it has been recommended by UL DQS Inc. to receive ISO 9001 Quality Certification and 14001 Environmental Certification for its mobile bottling division.
Web development firm, Bayshore Solutions announces the launch of custom iPad-focused webpages for B-21 Fine Wines & Spirits company (B-21). The iPad webpages were created to feature promotions, and allow prospects and customers to sign-up for email and purchase wine at events and other venues outside of a retail location.
Effective Feb. 1, The Vintner Group of Ashland, Virginia, an importer of fine wines and distributor of fine wines and craft spirits, is acquiring substantially all of the assets of Dionysus Distributors of Raleigh, North Carolina. The Vintner Group’s wholesale operation in that state, The Country Vintner of North Carolina, will absorb Dionysus’ portfolio and sales force.
Nomacorc, the world’s largest producer of synthetic wine closures, is proud to announce the production and shipment of its 100 millionth Select Series closure. First introduced in 2011 with the Select 700, the complete Select Series portfolio was fully commercialized in January 2012. Premium VDP winery Robert König from the Rheingau region in Germany bottled their 2011 Frankenthal Spätlese with Nomacorc’s 100 millionth Select Series closure.
A. Hardy USA, Ltd. announces the introduction of the next item in their brand new line of premium nut-based liqueurs, Fratello Hazelnut Liqueur. Manufactured to the highest standards in Ghemme, Italy, Fratello is created from toasted Piemonte hazelnuts that are infused with cocoa, vanilla berries and elderflowers. Pure acacia honey (from the surrounding vineyards) is blended in to help create the liqueur’s rich amber color. Fratello may be enjoyed as an after dinner drink or mixed in cocktails.
Amorim Cork America, the U.S. sales and distribution arm of the world’s largest wine stopper producer, announced the opening of its new North American sales and distribution center located in the heart of the Napa Valley on Feb. 1. 
The Lodi Winegrape Commission has announced that Lodi Rules for Sustainable Winegrowing received its accreditation by Protected Harvest last week, thus raising the bar on vineyard certification. The original standards, approved in 2005, were California’s first appellation-wide sustainable winegrowing standards, which have now become a global benchmark for vineyard certification. The revised guidelines culminate two years of work by Lodi wine growers to improve upon the original certification standards. The revision includes 22 new measures that address issues such as energy management, employee incentives and benefits, soil conservation, water quality and disease management, among many others. There are now 101 farming practice standards in six chapters: Business Management, Human Resources, Ecosystem Management, Soil Management, Water Management, and Pest Management. All standards have been peer-reviewed by scientists, members of the academic community and environmental organizations before accreditation by Protected Harvest. Vineyards must pass a third-party audit to verify vineyard practices prior to certification. “We are very proud of the rigor and quality these standards represent,” noted local grower and committee chairman, Stanton Lange. “They reflect Lodi’s generational commitment to responsible farming and give wine lovers the opportunity to support our efforts by enjoying a glass of Lodi Rules certified sustainable wine.” In 2005, Protected Harvest certified six farming families and 1,455 acres in the Lodi appellation. Over the past seven years, the program has grown to over 85 farming operations, and 20,000 acres of Lodi vineyards have been certified. There are an additional 6,000 acres certified from Sonoma to Soledad. Over 20 wineries now produce wines that bare the Lodi Rules seal on the label. “The Lodi Winegrape Commission continues to demonstrate leadership in sustainable winegrape growing by reevaluating farming standards for the Lodi Rules for Sustainable Winegrowing,” stated Dr. William Horwath, president of the Protected Harvest Board. “The Board sent the standards out for scientific peer review, as well as reviewed them internally. They were very impressed with the rigor of the revisions by the Commission, the subsequent changes they made based on the reviews by the Board and scientists and their desire to keep the Lodi Rules up to date and relevant to the challenges that face this specific farming industry today. The Protected Harvest Board approved the standards revisions at their Jan. 16 meeting.” About Lodi Wine Country
Perfectly fitting, tamper-evident high quality tin capsules are now part of the growing closure product line for the wine industry offered by ACI Cork USA. Relvas Tin closures come in a large range of vibrant colors and can be embossed or flat printed for additional shelf impact. A premier product sourced from Portugal, Relvas Tin capsules are used for ultra-premium and luxury wines in Europe and are now available at competitive pricing to wineries in North America.
iTK today introduces Vintel, a state-of-the-art, web-based decision support system for optimum vineyard management and superior quality wine. Vintel is the first web-based tool for real-time and predictive management of agronomic decisions, using environmental and climatic data, says iTK owner and manager, Eric Jallas of Montpellier, France. "Vintel applies agronomic modeling and artificial intelligence to drive the vintner’s decision-making process," Jallas says. The predictive tool allows for the kind of management analysis vineyard managers need to deliver precisely what the vines need, when and where they need it.
Available immediately, Just Bottle Shots now offers wineries the ability to create digital images of their bottles using computer modeling technology.

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