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Wineadds.com has released a new iPhone version of its suite of winemaking addition and conversion calculators. The app features calculators to determine the addition or removal of acidity and sulfur dioxide as well as copper additions, fermentation conversions and other additions. Details: wineadds.com
Xylem launched its new carbon block filtration system designed to remove chlorine and chloramine odor and taste from a water supply. In addition to a filter cartridge, the system includes a high-flow head built to handle up to five gallons per minute. The filtration system is available in single, double or triple application size. Details: xylem.com
Walnut Creek, CA – For the second year running, Oregon winery, Adelsheim Vineyard, conducted a blind tasting with Pinot Noir wines made from grapes treated with Agrothermal Systems patented heat technology (TPT). Adelsheim viticulturist, Chad Vargas has worked closely with Agrothermal Systems to trial this innovative technology since 2012. In the first trial year, wine made from heat treated blocks, when compared to control block wine, resulted in a subtle but distinctly different tasting wine with fruitier aroma and a more complex, longer on the palate, youthful taste. Encouraged by the 2012 experience, Adelsheim expanded its trials to two blocks in 2013. On June 12th barrel tastings of these Pinot Noir treated vs. control blocks have supported the prior year conclusions, showing youthful, bright complexity.
Anaheim, CA – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Labeltronix, Southern California’s leading producer of high quality wine, food and consumer product labels, announced the release of Arctic Shield Estate #4, the newest member in its Arctic Shield “chill-proof” family.
CLEVELAND, July 7, 2014 -- The Kennedy Group, a leading provider of labeling, packaging, and identification solutions, was recognized by the Association of Postconsumer Plastic Recyclers (APR) at its June Membership Meeting for exceeding voluntary guidelines under APR's Critical Guidance Recognition Program.
(ST. HELENA, CA, July 1 , 2014) -- CellarPass, the leading guest management platform designed to help consumers around the world to discover, book and share tasting experiences has announced the official release of their seamless integration of exchanging customer data with Salesforce cloud-based CRM platform, offering the ultimate solution for identifying club members and VIP guests to expedite securing a reservation online.
Emmeti USA, a division of Emmeti S.p.A. announces a proven automated process for bulk depalletizing and case depalletizing on one single machine. Our unique combination depalletizer can handle bulk or cased product offering greater flexibility of handling different product loads in a smaller footprint than traditional separate solutions. With this innovative process customers can ease into the transition of receiving bulk glass, opt to receive high end bottles in reshippers, or simply have flexibility and a choice of what they buy, and when they buy it.
06/30/14
WG Security Products announced the release of its new Bottle Tag security device. The device provides multiple levels of protection as it alarms at four different triggers. According to the manufacturer, the Bottle Tag is easy to apply and can fit a wide variety of bottle sizes without damaging the foil. “The WG Bottle Tag offers the retailer an aesthetically conscious and secure product that is sure to decrease their shortage,” said Graham Handyside, executive vice president of WG Security products in a press release. Details: wgspi.com
A-B-C Packaging Machine Corp. unveiled its new 108RT depalletizer, which is designed for the high-speed transfer of reverse-taper bottles. The unit features devices that square and secure the top and secondary layers of a pallet prior to transfer and maintain the slip sheet in place as the pallet top layer is taken to the loading table. A-B-C also reports that each product load is kept under control on all four sides to contain the bottles in a tight pack and enhance stability. Bottles are single filed with a conveyor designed to “pull” them from the back and guide them to the line conveyor. Details: abcpackaging.com. 
The Magnum/Interfil wine-cleaning centrifuge can process 840 gallons per hour (or 14 gallons per minute), and the headspace of the centrifuge can be filled with an inert gas like nitrogen to help prevent the wine from being exposed to oxygen. The centrifuge employs stainless steel, sanitary pumps and can remove solids down to 1 micron in size. Details: interfil.com.au.
Oenobrands recently shared in-house research that indicates its Anchor Co-Inoculant bacteria is compatible with its line of commercial yeast strains and is even more effective with micro-oxygenation. The company studied the use of micro-oxygenation with the co-inoculant bacteria and yeast, and it reports that wines treated with both as well as micro-oxygenation finished alcoholic and malolactic fermentation in 12 days and exhibited more intense color. Details: oenobrands.com.
PDC International Corp. announced the release of its re-engineered 65 Series shrink sealer designed for shrink-sleeve labeling and other applications. The unit can also apply tamper-evident branding around the upper portion of a container. Sleeve diameter range is 0.375-3.25 inches, and sleeve height range is 0.625-8 inches. Details: pdc-corp.com.
RTI-Ag is bringing its line of "biofertility" products to the North American wine industry. The company’s biofertility products contain the fungus mycorrhizae, which helps plant roots uptake essential nutrients and water. The company claims its products require only a single application and result in healthier, more vigorous plants that establish themselves quicker. Details: rti-ag.com.
Nomacorc, one of the world's leading producers of wine closures, is pleased to announce that Sonoma County-based Avalon Winery is the first United States winery to use Nomacorc's new plant-based Select® Bio, a zero carbon footprint wine closure. This sustainable closure, made with renewable, plant-based biopolymers derived from sugar cane, will be used in Avalon's wines, beginning with the 2012 vintage of their flagship California "CAB."

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