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NAPA, Calif. (PRWEB) October 12, 2018 -- Free Flow Wines announced 22 new winners at the 5th annual KEGGY Awards honoring wineries, distributors, equipment providers and restaurant operators for their exceptional and sustainable contributions to the wine on tap category. The award ceremony was hosted at Pine Ridge Vineyards in Napa on October 11th, 2018.
Since its premiere staging in 2013, ProWine China, International Trade Fair for Wines and Spirits, has continued its success every year and will be even larger and more international for this year’s staging from November 13 - 15 at the Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC).
RUTHERFORD, Calif. (Oct. 11, 2018) – Alpha Omega, a family-owned winery in the legendary Rutherford Bench of Napa Valley, proudly announces today that it has placed into operation an innovative, optical grape sorting robot called “Alien” for the 2018 harvest currently underway.
BOSTON, MA – October 11, 2018 – M.S. Walker has today announced its appointment as the U.S. importer for Spanish wine producer Bodegas Franco-Españolas.
(TRAVERSE CITY, MI) 10/11/2018 Harbor Hill Fruit Farms, the parent company of Good Harbor Vineyards and Aurora Cellars will begin a mobile bottling service for the Michigan wine industry in 2019. Established in 1978, Harbor Hill has been offering custom wine and vineyard services since the 1990’s with mobile bottling as the newest addition to the list of services provided.
(TRAVERSE CITY, MI) 10/11/2018 Harbor Hill Fruit Farms, the parent company of Good Harbor Vineyards and Aurora Cellars will begin a mobile bottling service for the Michigan wine industry in 2019. Established in 1978, Harbor Hill has been offering custom wine and vineyard services since the 1990’s with mobile bottling as the newest addition to the list of services provided.
 AI Helping the Beverage Industry Improve Efficiencies in Staff Management and Staff Retention There are few industries as competitive as the hospitality industry: in particular the beverage business.
There are few industries as competitive as the hospitality industry: in particular the beverage business. But an increasing number of savvy owners are finding ways to spend more time on their offerings, ambiance, staff engagement and retention and guest experience than administrative tasks by taking advantage of the latest technology – including AI.
  Acrolon Technologies released a new TankNET PM-4000 touch-screen controller to manage cellar temperature by “intelligently” picking between mechanical cooling and night-air ventilation cooling.
  Martineau and Le Muselet Valentin collaborated to produce a new luxury wire hood for sparkling wine called Art & Craft. Designed for “distinguished cuvees throughout the world,” the hood is “embossed with great precision, finesse and depth,” while still maintaining all expected sparkling wine packaging standards.
ePac Flexible Packaging, a market leader in quick-turn, short to medium run length production of flexible packaging, has announced that it will be opening a plant in Boston, MA to serve the New England market. Expected to be operational in early 2019, a local sales office will be opened immediately while orders are fulfilled by another ePac location.
  MHW, Ltd., announced it is offering U.S. beverage alcohol companies a model to build export business to Europe, with other world regions to follow.
  Monadnock Paper Mills released a swatchbook of the company’s Envi line of wet-strength labels that it claims are “proven not to fray out or wrinkle over time, even in the coolest and wettest of environments.
  Roberts PolyPro introduced a fully automated can handle applicator that can apply handles to four packs and six packs of cans at a rate of 10 cases per minute. According to the manufacturer, the THA240 automated can handle applicator works with the core can types such as slim, sleek and standard sized.
  Saverglass describes its new Bourgogne Terroir bottle as glass with “character and strong personality” to help express the principles of “authenticity, artisanry, handcraftsmanship” that are hallmarks of wines made to express terroir. The bottle features a long and slender neck, deep square punt, pronounced shoulders and a broad and cylindrical body.
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