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Taransaud announced the release in the U.S. of its new Pure T barrel that is designed for high-end white wines. The company says it created the new barrel to “respect the freshness of the wine and enhance the fruit characteristics and aromas.” Taransaud recommends the Pure T for Burgundian style white wines with freshness and minerality. The new barrel is the result of in-house research with proprietary work on anti-oxidant capacity and was used in trials by more than 20 wineries in the United States and Europe. Details: taransaud.com
Thermal Packaging Products introduces Chilled Wine Shipper, a temperature control shipping carton made with eco preferable insulated padding and materials. The cushioning carton liner features ultra-insulating padding made from select, purified recycled biodegradable super absorbent cotton enhanced textile fibers sandwiched between an inner layer and an outer layer of poly film sealed on all sides. The inner surface of the poly film is perforated to allow condensation from the refrigerant to wick away and be absorbed into the cotton fibers, protecting your bottle labels. The poly film contains an additive that promotes biodegradation in greater than one year as tested by ASTM 5511.
Xüdle, a modern, winery focused sales platform committed to providing a single view of winery customer data has announced today the release of a mobile Point of Sale system. The mobile POS is the newest addition to their suite of sales tools including ecommerce, POS Integration, wine club software and a Tasting Room app.
Today drones take on a higher purpose as SNAP Vision Technologies introduces a personal aerial survey drone called the StitchCAM, a Kickstarter.com project that gives farmers an affordable, precise way to assess the health of their crops, increase crop yields and use water more efficiently. From the farmlands of the U.S. to the drought-stricken regions of Africa, the StitchCAM will help farmers and landowners increase profits and maximize their resources. The complete StitchCAM system is available to order for a Kickstarter pledge of $2,800 today through Aug. 8, 2014[1].
WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA, JULY 15, 2014 - Adams Label Company announced its acquisition of LabelOne Connect, Inc. located in Beaverton, Oregon on July 11, 2014. LabelOne Connect was founded in 1983 and employs 35 people. LabelOne Connect has a reputation for high-quality wine label printing and strong relationships with long-standing winery customers.
MODESTO, Calif. (July 15, 2014) – Responding to research indicating a consumer is more likely to purchase a bottle once they pick it up from a shelf, G3 Enterprises is now offering G Ink which is revolutionizing the consumer shopping experience and capturing international awards.
Pickering Winery Supply announced that it now represents Erbsloeh Geisenheim AG of Germany in the U.S. market. For more than 50 years Erbsloeh has produced world-class products specifically for the wine industry and they are currently sold in over 60 countries. Pickering is proud to carry these distinctive products which are developed in-house by Erbsloeh’s own researchers. Products range from yeasts and nutrients to specialty enzymes and unique fining agents. Pickering will have much of the company’s product line in stock for crush and will work in concert with Erbsloeh to offer support to clients throughout the harvest season.
The Hawk-Eye system by Itricorp employs remote optical sensors and thermography to identify crop stress and relay thermo-images of a vineyard to clients via the web. The images are concurrently analyzed with proprietary algorithms to determine plant health and this information is uploaded to the same website, according to Itricorp. The company also reports it has recently developed an irrigation index application specific for wine grapes. Details: itricorp.com  
The new Evrostroj bottle filler available through Mio Vigneto can fill four to six bottles at a time with a pneumatic cylinder that lowers spring-loaded nozzles into bottles at the push of a button. The semi-automatic filler is also available as a tabletop model and features a Plexiglass window to shield the bottle filling area. Details: miovigneto.com
Scott Laboratories is offering the new yeast strain Lalvin ICV Okay for the 2014 harvest. Researchers at Lallemand, Montpellier SupAgro and the Institut Cooperatif du Vin used traditional breeding practices to develop the yeast, which Scott Labs reports offers robust fermentation capabilities even in a nutrient deficient environment as well as minimal production of sulfur dioxide, acetaldehyde and hydrogen sulfide. Details: scottlab.com
The Tom Beard Company announced it has developed machines for washing 1-ton half-ton picking bins. The machines receive dirty bins from a forklift, invert them, wash them and return them back upright, ready to be stacked. Optional features include wash water recycling as well as a function to accumulate and stack cleaned bins. Details: tombeard.com
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.

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