The Stanislaus County Agricultural Commission hosted an event on October 30th at which farmers in the county could bring in their obsolete and unwanted pesticides. The goal was to provide a way to ensure the safe disposal of pesticides. The event was funded by a $100,000 federal grant from the US EPA.
The 2014 Wine Tourism Conference will be held in Paso Robles November 12-14 and will be hosted by the county’s visitors and conference bureau.
The Texas Wine and Grape Growers Association will host Grape Camp from November 2-3. It is a two-day event filled with educational sessions and vendor demonstrations focused on Texas grape growing. Topics will include Vineyard Management, Irrigation, Soil, Disease Control, Grape Varietals, Frost Protection, and Canopy Management.
The third annual Women in Wine Leadership Symposium was held on October 20th in Manhattan. It was an inspiring and enlightening gathering of influential women in the wine world hosted by The Winebow Group. It is the first event of its kind with a mission to empower and educate women in the wine industry through [...]
The Eastern Wine Exposition (EWE), one of the East Coast’s largest wine and viticulture expositions, the, is moving to Syracuse, NY in 2015. Though Pennsylvanian vintners are upset by the change of location, Bob Mignarri, manager of the EWE wanted to make the event more accessible for New York winemakers. The Expo will return to [...]