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2013 VWE Winery & Vendor Packet

The Exhibitor packet for the 2013 Virginia Wine Expo.

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FY 16 Research Report - Baudoin Botrytis

http://www.winemakersresearchexchange.com/

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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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2013 VA Wine Photography Contest

Calling all photographers! It's that time of year again when we start the design process for the annual Virginia Winery Guide. We are inviting friends of Virginia wines to be a part of the process...

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2012 Commercial Grape Report survey

The 2012 Commercial Grape Report Survey for Virginia Vineyard and Winery Proprietors to complete and return to MaryCatherine.Searson@Virginiawine.org.

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FY 2013_2014 Virginia Wine Marketing Fund Application

Virginia Wine Marketing Fund initiative is intended to foster the growth of Virginia wine products in the market, both retail and trade.

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Virginia Wine Master’s Application for Chain Retailers

2013 Application for Virginia Wine Master's Program for Chain Retailers

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2012 Virginia Wine & Dine Month Trade Commitment Form (.pdf)

Trade Commitment Form for 2012 Virginia Wine & Dine Month (PDF)

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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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2011 October Virginia Wine Month Trade Commitment Form (.docx)

Form for restauranteurs and retailers for October Virginia Wine Month