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Wineries, vintners, retailers, and wine aficionados have two new homes on the Internet as Donuts Inc., the largest registry for new “not-com” domain names (known in the industry as generic top-level domains, or gTLDs), today announced that the .WINE and .VIN gTLDs will be available for general registration on January 20.
Nomacorc, a member of Vinventions and the world's leading brand in manufacturing high-quality sustainable wine closures, achieved several notable accomplishments in 2015 and anticipates a successful year ahead with its latest award-winning technologies.
Supporting its ongoing “Growers First” initiative, Vintage Nurseries recently invited growers within the industry to respond to a special survey to identify their future planting needs. The survey, which attracted a wide range of growers, also featured a random drawing to give away two iPad Mini 4’s.
Anaheim, CA – Wineries now have more options to add customized finishing touches that will add distinction to their labels with a new press acquired by Labeltronix. Labeltronix is the first company in North America to receive the Digicon Series 3 press with the Big Foot Flat Bed module from AB Graphic International.
Portland, Ore. – After providing sustainably-harvested Western Juniper to Oregon buyers for nearly three years, the Western Juniper Alliance announced today that the wood will launch in new Washington, California, and Idaho markets.
The successful zero-waste program that TricorBraun Wine-Pak launched several years ago and continues to offer to its wine industry customers incurs no expense for the customer. It has so far redirected more than 2,800 tons of waste to recyclers, according to Andrew Bottene, Senior Vice President – WinePak.
 BSG is now offering the Proteotest analysis, which claims to measure heat stability more accurately and faster than existing tests. The test is based on protein-phenolic interactions and measures unstable colloidal material. BSG offers kits containing test tubes, sufficient reagent and buffer for 80 tests.
The new WineScan Flex and WineScan S02 models of the Foss WineScan machine come with ready-to-use parameters for multiple wine analyses. The WineScan employs Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) technology to scan a liquid sample and provide free and total sulfur dioxide results in a little more than a minute. Other tests include Brix, yeast assimilable nitrogen and volatile acidity.
Heyes Filters is now offering retrofit membranes for Pall cross flow modules built by Koch Membrane Systems (KMS). The membranes are manufactured in the United States and available from stock on the West Coast. Heyes reports the open membrane structure preserves wine character while the membrane’s asymmetric pore structure keeps it clean during filter cycles.
 Mythos pneumatic presses by German supplier M.A.S. are now available in the United States through P&L Specialties. The presses feature vertical, stainless steel juice channels and a large lid that runs nearly the entire length of the press chamber, making it easy to ensure the press is filled uniformly.
Velo-Acciai’s new lees filter, which won a new technology award at the recent SIMEI expo in Milan, Italy, is now available in the United States through Scott Laboratories. The filter is a cross flow system that can separate juice or wine from up to 60% solids by employing a special vibratory bowl and sintered stainless steel modules with a high degree of resistance to thermal shock.
Researchers at the University of Adelaide have developed a new app to help growers assess powdery mildew on grapes. According to a product description by the university, the PMapp is designed to enable a user to quickly assess the severity of powdery mildew on each bunch of grapes by matching it with a computer-generated image.
St Helena, (Napa Valley) CA--Deep Root Irrigation LLC of Napa Valley announces its DRI system deep root irrigation probe showed a remarkable increase in soil saturation compared to drip, while using only 38.5% of the water used by traditional drip irrigation as proven in recently released test results.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - A startup that licenses Purdue University-developed software that could help grape growers and winemakers optimize quality and yields in their vineyards has received a federal grant. VinSense LLC has received a one-year, highly competitive STTR Phase I grant worth $224,949 from the National Science Foundation.
When experienced Head Brewer Jamie Long co-founded his own brewery in Harrisonburg, Virginia, he knew that a robust floor would be essential to withstand the challenging demands of high quality craft beer production.