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Cornell Coop Extension BEV conference Feb 26-28

B.E.V. NY [Business.Enology.Viticulture.] offers a Comprehensive Refresher Course to Grape & Wine Industry  For more information and registration:  http://events.cals.cornell.edu/bevny2015 Geneva, NY- The Northeast’s leading researchers in viticulture, enology, and the business of grapes and wine will teach at B.E.V. NY 2015, held February 26-28 at the R.I.T. Conference Center in Henrietta. In its 2014 inaugural, […]

Northern Grapes Project Featured at the Eastern Winery Exposition

Make plans now to attend the Eastern Winery Exposition and the Northern Grapes Symposium from March 17th to 19th at the Oncenter in Syracuse, NY. The Eastern Winery Exposition is a wine industry trade show and conference designed for Eastern U.S. and Canadian wineries and vineyards. The Northern Grapes Symposium on March 18th will comprise […]

Register for the February 10th Northern Grapes Project Webinar

Tuesday, February 10th, 2015 12:00 Noon Eastern (11:00 am Central) 7:00 pm Eastern (6:00 pm Central)               Join Bob Utter of Flying Otter Vineyard and Winery, John Thull of the University of Minnesota, and Tim Martinson of Cornell University as they discuss the pros and cons of Vertical Shoot […]

January Northern Grapes Project News You Can Use: Customer Satisfaction

January Northern Grapes Project News You Can Use: Winery Customer Satisfaction               Customer satisfaction is especially important for the cold climate wineries; as an emerging industry, it relies on visitors (regional customers and tourists) for an important share of total sales. By ensuring that customers have a satisfactory experience, […]

Register for the January 13 Northern Grapes Project Webinar

“Emerging Cold Hardy Wine Grape Cultivars” Tuesday, January 13th, 2015 12:00 Noon Eastern (11:00 am Central) 7:00 pm Eastern (6:00 pm Central) Tom Plocher and Mark Hart, both veteran private breeders of cold-hardy grapes, are teaming up to bring you this webinar on grape varieties to consider in cold climate regions. Recently named varieties from […]