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Avon, Minn.--Studies in wine and oak barrels have shown that toasted oak complexity does not come from wine penetrating into staves but rather from variations in the process of toasting the barrel next to an open flame. While a barrel's toast may be labeled as "Medium," the inside surface actually develops a gradient of temperatures when toasted. It is this gradient that creates a subtle variety of toasted oak aromas and flavors and a more interesting and layered complexity in the wine. Bordeaux Red Infusion Spiral barrel packs replicate a barrel toasting gradient by distributing a mix of four different toast levels among six Spirals. Designed specifically for Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, the result is a balanced quality on the nose and palate comparable to the aromas and flavors found in fine barrel-aged wines of Bordeaux.
The Country Vintner (TCV) of Ashland, Virginia, an importer of fine wines and wholesaler of fine wines and craft spirits, has engaged a new private equity partner, Brockway Moran & Partners, Inc. (Brockway Moran & Partners) to position itself for continued growth.
Assmann Corporation announces new NSF 61 Certification for its crosslink tanks. Assmann’s High-density crosslink resin tanks are Certified for chemical storage and are suitable for a variety of chemicals. Assmann’s crosslink tanks include vertical storage, horizontal storage, double wall, conical bottom and open top tanks as well as chemical feed stations and secondary containment basins.
Cryopak, the leader in temperature controlled products, announces the launch of their new product, the Tempak Plus.
Lechler’s Spinner series of tank cleaning nozzles has recently been redesigned and improved. In addition to being more hygienic than before, the Spinner now has more powerful jet sprays for more effective cleaning. The Spinners are designed for cleaning small to mid-size tanks and also for fitting into narrow port holes of those tanks. The two standard models are the Micro-Spinner (for tanks up to 4’ in diameter) and the Mini-Spinner (for tanks 4’-9’ in diameter). Each Spinner has high flow slot orifices which produce large sprays from a small head. The head is balanced for easy rotation with virtually no vibration. This balance allows every Spinner to operate successfully in any position. The Micro is good for cleaning drums, barrels, kegs, and ductwork and fits into a 1” port opening. The Mini can clean small to mid-size tanks and fits into a 2” port opening. Depending upon the model chosen, flow rates range from around 10 to 21 gpm @ 40 psi. Each Spinner is free spinning and made of 316L stainless steel with a double row of 304 stainless steel ball bearings. These materials are in compliance with FDA regulations, making the Spinners especially appropriate for use in the Food and Beverage industries, as well as for Chemical and Pharmaceutical applications.  
UPM Raflatac announces the release of RP75, a new adhesive for the Americas market designed for immediate application on fresh-blown, semi-squeezable and rigid polyolefin bottles. Fresh-blown bottle manufacturers have tested this permanent adhesive against other solutions available in the market, confirming that RP75 is the perfect choice for delivering smooth finished labels - without any bubbling or darting - when applied to fresh-blown bottles.
The Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University is pleased to announce the latest addition to its wine education programs - the Wine Business Management Certificate Series, an online program with a global perspective. Available beginning November 2011.
press release - ZEBULON, N.C. (August 31, 2011) – Nomacorc, the leading manufacturer of alternative wine closures, has achieved record sales volumes during the first half of 2011. On the heels of a very successful 2010, Nomacorc also saw more than 10 percent year-over-year global growth during Q1 and Q2 2011. In the United States, sales increased by more than 20 percent over 2010 numbers, improving on a market share that, at the beginning of 2011, already approached 40 percent. The company has attained double-digit growth in 10 out of the last 11 years. 
Haverhill, MA. - The Filtration and Separation Division of Parker Hannifin Corporation, the global leader in motion and control technologies, has introduced a new line of Balston® Nitrogen Generators specifically for wineries.
Bin to Bottle Winery (“Bin to Bottle”) of Napa Valley announced it has expanded yet again, reopening the historic Buena Vista Winery on Ramal Road in Carneros as Ramal Estate Winery. This significant facility with over 600,000 gallons of closed top, stainless steel cooperage and 1,500 tons of open top fermentation capacity will allow Bin to Bottle to continue its expansion into larger capacity production.
BevJet is an innovative electric-powered bag-in-box beverage-dispensing pump that’s perfect for any establishment
G3 Enterprises has earned an Award of Excellence from the International Metal Decorators for the distinctive screw cap closures it created for Charles Creek Vineyard.
Tonnellerie Quintessence is proud to announce the 20-year anniversary of its French oak stave mill, Merrain International.
UKIAH, Calif.-– California-based G3 Enterprises has installed a new polylaminate closure line at its production facility in Ukiah. The company’s expansion enables it to now manufacture polylaminate closures in two of California’s major wine producing areas – the Central Valley and the North Coast – to better serve its customers. Both sites are ISO certified. “This is an exciting expansion for our company and customers. It enables us to offer a quality domestic-supply of polylaminate capsules to so many wineries in the immediate area,” said Chet Koehn, operations manager of the Ukiah facility. He added, “This expansion, coupled with our experienced team providing onsite technical support, enables us to consistently deliver quality closures for our customers in the North Coast.” Increasing market demand for polylaminate closures drove the expansion of the Ukiah facility. The plant now offers polylaminate closure choices in a variety of colors and finishes to compliment most bottle shape and size. G3 Enterprises’ leverages its vast experience in packaging manufacturing to work closely with marketing, quality, production and creative to ensure a consistent, precise fit of its polylaminate closures. Not only will the expansion provide winery owners with more convenient access to polylaminate closures, they can purchase the closures knowing they were produced at an ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified facility. The International Standard’s ISO certifications were established to assist companies throughout the world to improve quality and reduce their impacts on the environment. “Since our inception in 2007, the Ukiah facility has invested heavily to reduce our impact on the environment by improving our processes and training our employees,” said G3’s Koehn. He added, “We have an outstanding reputation for our environmental commitment which includes establishing strict emission control standards; adopting new printing technologies to reduce the release of VOC’s while improving product quality and equipment efficiency; and our commitment to recycle PVC materials previously considered to not be recyclable. In the near future, more than 95% of our in-process scrap will be recycled and reused.”

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