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BCWW: Articles & Resources (16/05/2022)

From the Intelligencer’s piece on smoke below. What great photos. What a photo, eh?  Unfortunately we ran out of time this week to create our sub-categories, so time to go diamond hunting! There’s a lot of variety across all three sections this week.  The three sections:  In the Farm & In the Cellar The Wine Business Fun! In the Farm

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BCWW: Articles & Resources (02/05/2022)

This week we have a follow up on wine scores, a bunch of new viticultural tools, and is Napa Valley wine too expensive?   The three sections:  In the Farm & In the Cellar The Wine Business Fun! In the Farm & In the Cellar ‘NEW’ VINEYARD TOOLS Network of Sensors to Anticipate Mildew Arrival In French. Interesting, seems like a

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BCWW: Articles & Resources (24/04/2022)

This week we have controversy over wine marketing, a lot of news on what is happening in France, a heavy focus on sustainability, and potential strategies for a challenging market.  As usual, the three sections:  In the Farm & In the Cellar The Wine Business Fun! In the Farm & In the Cellar FRENCH FROST  France Braces for Devastating Frosts

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BCWW: Articles & Resources (17/04/2022)

This week we have a lot on natural wine, wine economics, and a $5 wine that now is selling for… thousands?  As usual, the three sections:  In the Farm & In the Cellar The Wine Business Fun! In the Farm & In the Cellar MANAGING THE VINEYARD Managing Nitrogen in the Vineyard and the Winery EfficientlyA strong read. “Photosynthesis is

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BCWW: Articles & Resources (21/03/2022)

I hope this week finds you well. We’re trying a new format here (thanks to spam filters blasting our newsletter email links).  So you’ll find our Articles and Resources section in our blog each week.  As for this week, it’s very In the Farm and in the Cellar heavy, I think vineyard people are waking up.  There are a couple of gems

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BC Wine Weekly: Regulatory Changes, Impact, & Tasting Room Re-opening

Al Hudec of Farris Law and Mark Hicken of the Vintage Law Group join us to discuss their view on the impact of Covid-19, changes coming in Ontario, regulatory changes they’d like to see, and what else the BC Wine Institute can be doing. As well, of course, we talk about re-opening. As well, there’s a Q&A at the end

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BC Wine Weekly: Knocking Virtual Tastings Out of the Park

https://youtu.be/-N1qRvk8kAA?list=PLK69pJtRCLeWpusN_LhdLJy_NeWvUugWg   Today we talk with Jerry Murray of Project M Wines and Eddie Turner the “Leadership Excelerator” about hosting great virtual tastings. Jerry shares on the Project M story and how they’ve had success with virtual tastings. Eddie discusses how to craft a top-notch online experience and communicate effectively through the camera.

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BC Wine Weekly: Finding New Revenue Online

Leeanne Froese of Town Hall Brands and Christine Coletta of OK Crushpad join us to talk about finding new ways to grow revenue online. That includes both new revenue streams, iterating quickly, and maximising your current customers (and more). .single .entry-media { display: none; }

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BC Wine Weekly: The Government, Forecasting, and Managing Employees

https://youtu.be/B_TgZy4fJDs?list=PLK69pJtRCLeWpusN_LhdLJy_NeWvUugWg Sandra Oldfield of Elysian Projects joins us this week to share her expertise on what’s happening with the government, business forecasting, managing employees, and a lot more. The perspective of the BC government Feedback from us on what we need and current conditions How wineries can stay on top of finances What is the transition? What might a new

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