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Boulder, Colo.—ShipCompliant, a software provider for automated wine and spirits compliance and distribution, will host a free, online direct shipping seminar for wineries on Monday, November 8 at 1 p.m. Pacific time to address numerous legislative changes that have taken place this year. This seminar will deliver in-depth information for wineries just as the industry’s busiest sales and shipping season kicks into full gear.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – The owners of Vinotemp International, a recognized leader in the wine storage and refrigeration industry for 25 years, recently announced that they have purchased the assets of Seattle based Apex Saunas and Wine Cellars to form a new company, Apex Wine Cellars and Saunas. The new company, now located in Los Angeles, California offers both trade and consumers an extensive selection of wine racking used to create stunning wine cellars as well as innovative saunas and steam baths.
Today, Tim Keller, CEO, announced the Board appointments. The new Board members bring strong wine-industry experience, a track record of successful ventures and a deep knowledge of the business of wine.
Maverick Enterprises, located in Mendocino County, announces today that it has completed the acquisition of all the capsule producing equipment previously owned and utilized by All Industry Packaging Solutions Pty Limited, a leading producer of high quality PVC, Polylaminate and Champagne capsules for the Australian wine market. The equipment acquired provides in excess of 300 million capsules of additional printing and capsule forming capacity and will enable Maverick to readily support the growth plans of its existing customer base, as well as increasing market demand from both wine and non-wine markets within North America. Maverick has already begun shipping the equipment back to the states and plans to have a substantial portion installed and production ready before the end of the year.
The Sparflex of California & Rivercap USA Group is very pleased to welcome Aaron Niderost, its new CEO for North America. Mr. Niderost will be responsible for all aspects of the North American business and will be located at the manufacturing and distribution facilities in Ukiah, CA. Mr. Niderost brings to Sparflex/Rivercap a diverse background in both the Wine Industry and other industries, with varied experience at prestigious wineries in California. In his former roles, he has been responsible for all aspects of general management including operations, quality and distribution. His main focus has been concentrated on sustainability, operational efficiency, process improvement and long-term viability. "The Sparflex/Rivercap Group brings a tremendous amount of experience to wine industry packaging. I am excited to dovetail this international expertise into the rapidly expanding Ukiah operations and provide our North American customers with best in class capsules. 2011 will be an exciting year for Sparflex California/Rivercap USA." The increasing production capacity of the Ukiah facilities, the recent partnership between Sparflex and Rivercap, and the continuous growth of the Sparflex Group is a great opportunity to welcome Aaron NIDEROST. Sparflex/Rivercap is dedicated to excellence in producing capsules for still wines, sparkling wines and the luxury beverage market. The Group designs and produces Tin, Aluminum, Polylam and PVC capsules; Sparkling Foils and Wirehoods. For additional information, please contact:
Mohawk Fine Papers, Cohoes, NY, has partnered with Avery Dennison to introduce Superfine Premium Label to the market. It transfers to a pressure sensitive label stock that is manufactured for complex design. Superfine Premium Label can support any type of print application from the offset, flexographic and digital presses to custom die cutting, foil stamping and embossing. This pressure-sensitive technology provides greater design and production flexibility with fewer limits.
ZEBULON, N.C. (October 18, 2010) – Nomacorc, the world’s leading producer of alternative wine closures, and COFCO Wines & Spirits Co. Ltd., an integrated operator of liquor brands and major wine producer in the key winegrowing regions of China, announced today that they have formed a strategic partnership to focus on furthering technological innovation and applying oxygen management research to Chinese winemaking.
PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y.-- An advanced filtration system from Pall Corporation that streamlines the wine production process and enhances producer profitability margins has been awarded the Bronze Trophy in the Vinitech Siefel 2010 Innovations Award Program. Pall’s Oenofine XL cross-flow filtration system was honored in the category of new innovations for wine production and packaging. Pall is a world leader in filtration, separation and purification.
PORTLAND, Ore.--Solar Nation has announced the installation and commissioning of a sixty-one kilowatt solar-electric system for Bethel Heights Vineyard in Salem, Oregon. The winery installed solar power to reduce and stabilize energy costs and to follow through on its long-standing commitment to protecting the environment.
HOUSTON--Long-time Houston PR firm Tinsley Public Relations, LLC is launching Texas Wine Marketing, an offshoot of the business that will specialize in serving Texas wineries.
Lodi Vintners, a custom crush facility in Woodbridge, California, is now the second winemaking facility in North America to operate a thermal flash unit for crushing grapes, a unit made by Italian supplier Della Toffola Group in a partnership with Hahn Estates for the 2010 crush.
Jamak, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of silicone products, has introduced Sil-Cork®--a premium wine closure made with a proprietary silicone and natural cork compound. With extensive testing, Sil-Cork has been designed with all the benefits of a traditional cork, but without the TCA risk or cost. Wines need oxygen to reach their full potential, but there is a fine line between too much oxygen and not enough. Many wines are spoiled when this balance isn’t reached—resulting in oxidation or reduction. Sil-Cork has shown in tests to have a comparable oxygen transfer rate to that of premium natural cork, and it does this more consistently than cork! Sil-Cork has a unique appearance that looks surprisingly similar to natural cork, but it’s silicone compound won’t crack, crumble or dry-out like natural corks can, helping to preserve the wine and provide the consumer with an enjoyable extraction process. The resilient properties of the product allow for easy re-insertion in an unfinished bottle, allowing the consumer to seal the wine for consumption at a later time. Other alternatives to natural cork, such as plastic synthetic corks, are often difficult to extract with a cork screw and can alter the intended taste of the wine. Screw Caps that are used to seal wines take the tradition out of opening a bottle of wine, and can also prohibit the oxygen needed to mature a good wine. Sil-Cork is an Eco-Friendly product. There are no petroleum, oil-based materials in the compound like plastic corks. Tested extensively through in-house research and independent labs such as Vinquiry, the Sil-Cork brand is now offered to the wineries of North America. This fall, look for the Sil-Cork label on your favorite wines such as Tara Vineyard, DeBeque Canyon, Longboard Vineyards, and many more to come. Now enjoying your wine is as simple as open, pour, Cheers! For constant updates on wines incorporating the Sil-Cork® closure and for more information, visit www.sil-cork.com or call 1-800-517-7600.
Double A Vineyards Inc. of Fredonia New York is pleased to announce the acquisition of Concord Nurseries grapevine production business. Concord nurseries have been a major producer of grapevines in the Eastern United States under the Foster Grapevine brand. The acquisition of Concord’s grapevines business will help solidify Double A Vineyards position as the premier supplier of vines for much of the US market. “The acquisition is a great fit for the company,” said Dennis Rak President of Double A Vineyards, adding that he looks forward to providing Concord’s customers with quality products and service. The additional production and 225 acres of land will allow Double A Vineyards to move forward more rapidly with its plans to produce high quality disease free plants that meet the new Federal National Clean Plant Network standards. This is a long term project that will require planting new bud wood vineyards and growing the material under strict guidelines to produce high quality clean stock. The high standards used in this program will greatly increase the quality of the plants available. It is anticipated that this next generation of clean vines will help growers produce higher yields and quality in their vineyards.
An advanced filtration system from Pall Corporation that streamlines the wine production process and enhances producer profitability margins has been awarded the Bronze Trophy in the Vinitech Siefel 2010 Innovations Award Program. Pall’s Oenofine XL cross-flow filtration system was honored in the category of new innovations for wine production and packaging. Pall is a world leader in filtration, separation and purification.
Oct. 2010 – Petaluma-based Paragon Label has won the top award for Sustainability and Environmental Responsibility from the Label Industry Global Awards. Presented in Chicago on September 14, the award recognizes and honors companies making substantial and accountable environmental changes in everything from recycling and waste water treatment to emissions reductions and energy saving programs. Paragon was the only winner in the Converter Award for Sustainability/Environmental Responsibility category.

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