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Grant Award List 11/23

published: 11-28-2023

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2022 Ask the Expert

published: 12-01-2022

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2022 Governor's Cup Case Seminars

published: 12-01-2022

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Harvest Party

published: 08-17-2020

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Rosé Campaign 2020

published: 06-03-2020

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Frost/Freeze Warning 5.8.2020, WxRisk

published: 05-07-2020

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Virtual Experiences

published: 04-03-2020

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Harvest Party Toolkit- Retailers

published: 08-26-2019

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Harvest Party Toolkit- Restaurants

published: 08-26-2019

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Harvest Party Toolkit- Winery

published: 08-26-2019

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Progress Report - July 2014 Assessment of Variability of Grape Downy Mildew Sensitivity to Phosphonates (phosphites)

Progress Report - July 2014 Assessment of Variability of Grape Downy Mildew Sensitivity to Phosphonates (phosphites)

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Request for Proposal: Enology Extension Services

The Virginia Wine Board is seeking qualified applicants to submit a proposal to: Provide enology extension services to Virginia wineries The qualified candidate will possess strong knowledge of all phases of winemaking, including but not limited to, fermentation kinetics, wine microbiology, wine chemistry, wine stability, sanitation, cellar safety and food safety. This position requires extensive travel within the state, including some overnight travel. In addition to visiting wineries, the applicant will conduct 4 regional wine making workshops (1 per quarter) in different areas within the state to provide wine making education and address wine making issues, as identified by winemakers. There are no research requirements, but a quarterly report will be due to the Wine Board 1 week prior to Board meetings and be available to attend Wine Board meetings if needed.

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FY 2014_2015 Virginia Wine Marketing Fund Application

The Virginia Wine Marketing Fund is sponsored by the Virginia Wine Board. This program supports Virginia wineries in promoting their products in the market, both retail and trade markets. The financial support offering in this program will: • Provide “seed funds” for new initiatives to promote Virginia wines • Foster partnerships among Virginia wineries to achieve similar marketing goals • Promote Virginia wine both in Virginia, regional, national and or international markets

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FY 16 Research Report - Baudoin Botrytis

http://www.winemakersresearchexchange.com/

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Request for Proposal: Enology Research

The Virginia Wine Board is seeking qualified applicants to submit a proposal to: Organize industry led research initiatives which address the enology and viticultural issues impacting the Commonwealth of Virginia. The projects should focus on vineyard and winery techniques specific to Virginia, ideally led by local wineries and winemakers. The project should focus on potential enology techniques for improving Virginia wines. The successful applicant is encouraged to utilize and partner with established Wine Trails (vineyard operators and wine makers) within their American Viticulture Areas (AVA).

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VIRGINIA WINE BOARD Annual Report for 2012-2013

The Virginia Wine Board was created by the General Assembly in 2004 to replace the original Wine Advisory Board. The Board is established within the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. The purpose of the Board is to allocate funds to projects that expand viticultural and enological research, education, and promotion of the growing of grapes and the production of wine in the Commonwealth. According to the Code, not less than one third of the monies appropriated shall be spent on projects that advance viticultural and enological research concerning the growing of grapes and the production of wine in Virginia.

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Virginia Wines Earn Six Gold Medals at 33rd Annual

Three Virginia wineries, Barboursville Vineyards, Trump Winery, and Narmada Winery, took home a total of six gold medals at the 2013 San Francisco International Wine Competition. Barboursville Vineyards received two gold medals (2010 Premium Bourdeaux Blend and 2011 Cabernet Franc) and one bronze medal (2010 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve). Trump Winery received two gold medals (2012 Viognier and 2008 Blanc de Blanc Brut) and a silver medal (2008 Premium Borudeax Blend). Narmada Winery received two gold medals (2011 Viognier and 2010 Chambourcin, Reflection). In all, Virginia wines earned 43 medals: six gold, 14 silver and 23 bronze.