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Is China becoming the largest producer of California wines? An alarming number of fake California wines are being sold in Asia as authentic imports. Counterfeiting does not just damage the brand owner's reputation and result in loss of revenue, but may also expose the owner to liability and the consumer to harm. What are the consequences if wine is produced without health department inspections, sanitizing safeguards, quality control tests, product purity, and proper storage? How long before these counterfeit bottles of wine appear in America, on the shelves of your local wine retailer, or in your glass at your favorite restaurant?
Tonnellerie Quintessence is proud to present Fleur de Quintessence, a new premium barrel for aging the world’s finest wines. This barrel celebrates artistry, craftsmanship, French heritage and an exceptional wood source, all of which contribute to Fleur de Quintessence’s status as the cooperage’s icon barrel.
Leonardo LoCascio, President, CEO and Founder of Winebow, Inc., announced the expansion of Winebow's distribution business into the state of Illinois. Winebow will operate as a distributor serving the market from a new Chicago distribution facility.
Schneider Packaging Equipment and Lantech introduce the Stack and Wrap Palletizing/Stretch Wrapping Cell combining two or more lines into a centralized automated palletizing stretch wrapping station. The unique stack and wrap solution actually builds the unit load on the stretch wrapper which more efficiently handles and stabilizes lightweight, unstable loads in a reduced floor space.
Máire Murphy and Walt Averill have officially launched their second venture in the wine industry. Following long, distinguished careers in wine, the couple founded Sín É Wine Company in 2001 creating and developing several negociant brands, including Solex Chardonnay. The company merged with Billington Wines in 2006, and after Billington’s demise in 2009, Máire and Walt reviewed many opportunities before deciding it was time to operate independently once again.
Longtime wine industry professional Neil Foster and internationally recognized glass industry leader David Hammond have launched Vertical Glass & Packaging (www.verticalglass.com) to manufacture and distribute a full range of imported and domestic high quality glass bottles for the North American wine industry. The Sonoma County firm ties its delivery schedule directly into a winery’s bottling program, improving quality and efficiency while lowering risk and internal costs for its customers.
After 5 years as the General Manager of Tonnellerie Radoux Norm Leighty has formed Norm Leighty, LLC, a sales representation company representing several suppliers of oak barrels, oak alternatives, tannins and used barrels.
Press Release - January 28, 2010, MODESTO, CA--Oeneo Bouchage, manufacturer of the patented technical cork closure DIAM, has signed a long-term distribution agreement with leading USA supply chain company G3 Enterprises.
ReCORK by Amorim, a North American-based wine cork recycling program sponsored by Amorim of Portugal and SOLE of Canada, announced that the Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance Board has unanimously selected ReCORK to collect and recycle used and surplus natural cork wine closures from their 100-plus members in Washington state.
Following success in Europe, Nomacorc, the world’s leading producer of alternative wine closures, is introducing its NomaSense equipment in the U.S. at the Unified Symposium in Sacramento.
Peregrine Mobile Bottling, LLC features a new KRONES-Engineered Mobile Bottling Line of highest quality. The line is installed on a 48 ft trailer and operates at 70+ bpm. They use KRONES filling technology with single and double pre-evacuation for absolute lowest O2 pick-up, cork and screw cap application, R&G capsule applicator and KRONES-KOSME rotary labeler from subsidiary. The labeler is set up for three pressure sensitive label applications and provides electronic orientation. The system includes power, steam, nitrogen generators as well as respective air compressor – the only utility we need from the winery is water.
Being different proved to be a winner for French winemaker Boisset Family Estates. The World Packaging Organization has awarded Constar International a 2009 WorldStar Award, the international packaging industry’s most prestigious honor, for a lightweight, sustainable 750ml PET wine bottle for Boisset Family Estates’ 2008 Beaujolais Nouveau.
Cowhorn, a small Applegate Valley winery whose early releases are earning big national praise, just sent its first shipment of 1,000 used wine bottles to The Green Glass Company where they will be upcycled into heirloom goblets, pitchers, tumblers, vases, and votives. From the Mayor of New York to the King of Spain, Green Glass Company goblets can be found on the dining tables of wine lovers the world over who want to enjoy new wine in old glass.
NAPA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Inertia Beverage Group (IBG) today announced a significant upgrade to its REthink Compliance tool (http://www.rethinkcompliance.com), providing eCommerce clients access to point of transaction compliance capabilities and automated reporting. The upgrade to the REthink Compliance tool represents the successful culmination of IBG’s recent alliance with Compli, leader in beverage industry compliance. With this new functionality, IBG becomes the only company to offer the wine industry a fully integrated suite of direct sales and marketing tools including eCommerce management, shipping and logistics, and now automated compliance services. Further, through current and future relationships with wine industry members and third party technology providers the company is positioned to be a gateway through which solutions can be tailored to meet the unique needs of IBG’s clients.
Engineered for the environment, Kantharos Process Water Systems (www.kantharoswater.com) continually clean and reuse process water, dramatically reducing the amount of wastewater generated and potentially eliminating the need for large wastewater ponds and packaged wastewater systems in wineries.

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