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Horizons left to chase: Q & A with One Mind Institute’s Brandon Staglin

June 27, 2017

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Brandon Staglin, recipient of the Mental Health Association’s 2017 Clifford W. Beers Award, has been recognized as the nation’s leading consumer advocate for improving treatment and attitudes toward people who live with mental health conditions. Having recovered from schizophrenia, an illness that affects two million people living in the United States, Staglin is both a […]

Q & A with CEO Sid Patel, The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show

June 26, 2017

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San Francisco continues to be one of the world’s most important destinations for leading players in the wine industry, so it’s no surprise that a major conference dedicated to the private label and bulk trade is making its way to the city on July 26-27.

It’s a small world

March 16, 2017

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Microbial fingerprints leave their mark on winery and vineyard sites -- and on finished wine.

Sparkling Toast to a Still Future

August 23, 2016

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The Los Carneros was pioneered twenty five years ago by sparkling wine producers who brought cache and joie de vivre to what is, in effect, the gateway to Napa and Sonoma Valley wine country. 2016 has seen a flurry of expansion there by still wine producers who are confident there’s a lifestyle proposition that goes […]

Bronco’s Bright Green Future

June 10, 2016

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A focus on sustainability drives progress as Bronco Wine Company hits a 1 billion bottle milestone.

Franzia’s Unified Keynote Speaks to Past, Present and Future

January 28, 2016

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In a rare and much anticipated public address, Bronco CEO Fred Franzia delivered the January 26 keynote speech and, with it, set the stage for the 2016 Unified Wine & Grape Symposium in Sacramento. Franzia paid homage to the founding figures of the California wine industry, including his uncle Ernest Gallo, with a look back […]

UV Tank Sanitation a Viable Conservation Strategy

September 4, 2015

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A new method for sanitizing stainless steel tanks and barrels using ultraviolet light is finding a receptive audience in California. The BlueMorph technology has been in development for four years and is coming to market at an opportune time. According to founding partner Alex Farren, a biochemist and toxicologist, the method known as Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) uses little or no water, no chemicals and only takes 30 seconds to install. Depending upon size, tanks can be sanitized in less than 30 minutes.