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Key Technology introduces its family of Crush Pad Equipment Solutions for wineries. Modules, which can be utilized separately or configured as an integrated system, include a Receiving Hopper, Cluster Sorting Table, Post-Destemmer Sorting Table with MOG (material other than grape) separating system, and color sorters. These stainless steel systems help wineries improve their product quality while redirecting labor to other tasks.
Caliber WinePak, North America's largest distributor of wine bottles, has changed its name to TricorBraun WinePak, reflecting its ownership by TricorBraun, North America's largest distributor of glass and plastic packaging.
Pursuing its strategy of offering natural, high value specialty yeasts and malolactic cultures to the wine industry, Chr. Hansen once again launches a breakthrough innovation within enology: A frozen, direct inoculation Pichia kluyveri yeast product for winemakers producing aromatic and fresh white or rose wines.
ELKHART, Ind. – Dometic introduces its new Special Edition line of MaCave series wine cellars featuring compressor-driven technology. Its unique design with curved lines makes it an aesthetically pleasing fit for any décor, while Dometic’s smart technology and features make it effective and easy to use.
Haak Systems, LLC, announces the introduction of their “Smart-Rack”Pat.Pend. barrel filling control system that automates the racking of wines & spirits into barrels. This new system eliminates the need to use a flashlight to monitor the rising level of wine & spirits in a barrel as it approaches the bung opening. A programmable micro-processor, using a pressure sensitive sensor, monitors the increasing level in each barrel and automatically shuts off the wine pump at the precise pre-calibrated level setting. The Smart-Rack Pat.Pend. affords the cellar workers a rapid, non-spill barrel filling operation that equates to quality and cost savings. The new system consists of a handheld start/stop controller that contains the sensing probe, the start/stop push button with indicator lamp and micro-processor for pre-calibration of the shut-off point. This new finite control virtually eliminates over-filling and the spilling of wines and spirits thus eliminating the opportunity for potential spoilage problems.
ZEBULON, N.C. – Nomacorc, the world’s leading producer of alternative wine closures, announced today the launch of its new Select Series, an innovative, high-performance line of co-extruded synthetic closures. Tailored to meet the unique needs of artisan winemakers and their premium wines, the first Select Series closures will be available for delivery beginning in January 2011.
DAVIS, Calif.—UC Davis Extension’s popular three-day, intensive short course in varietal winegrape production returns this March. Receive expert instruction from county-based farm advisers and campus-based faculty members of the University of California, Davis, as they present reviews and updates for new and experienced vineyard managers, owners and others seeking an overview of winegrape production practices.
Barrel Scan with the Smart Bung
All American Containers Pacific Coast is the latest addition to the All American Containers, Inc. family and has begun to carve out its niche in Santa Rosa in the business of wine bottles, boxes, labels and closures. All American Containers Pacific Coast will focus on serving these needs for those located in the Northern and Central Coast of California, Oregon, Washington and Western States.
PR - Zebulon, N.C. – Nomacorc, the world’s leading producer of alternative wine closures, announced today the launch of its new Select Series, an innovative, high-performance line of co-extruded synthetic closures. Tailored to meet the unique needs of artisan winemakers and their premium wines, the first Select Series closures will be available for delivery beginning in January 2011.
Life Products, a Division of The Vit-E-Men Co. Inc., Norfolk, NE, developer and manufacturer of microbial feed additives since 1971 has received a US patent on an industry changing method for applying freeze-dried micro-organisms to all livestock, poultry and aquatic feeds. Life Products innovative research and development team continues perfecting both their new Patent Pending microbial stabilization media and its newly Patented delivery technology. Scott Watson, President of the company, says “that these new methodologies will change the way the microbial industry conducts business with the livestock Industry”.
Ukiah, CA — Maverick Enterprises acquired production lines for making decorative plastic capsules for wine and spirits bottles to allow production to expand by about 30 percent amid strong demand from wineries.
Napa Valley Wine Storage and Storage by George, Napa, CA, has responded to market demand by adding 1,000 square feet for wine storage, creating a total of 8,500 square feet for case wine storage.
Zebulon, N.C. – Nomacorc, the world’s leading producer of alternative wine closures, hosted a research summit on oxygen management and post-bottling chemistry for wine scientists and global research partners. Attendees included researchers from the Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI); University of California, Davis; Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA); Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; and the Geisenheim Research Center in addition to Nomacorc’s Center of Enological Research.
DOBSON, N.C.-- The Shelton-Badgett North Carolina Center for Viticulture and Enology opened its doors at Surry Community College on Friday, November 5th. The Center was hailed by Governor Beverly Perdue as the facility that will provide the "backbone" for the state's growing wine industry.

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