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Exploring Oak: Introduction to Tonnellerie Berger [Business Spotlight]

All are welcome to this spotlight on new NWYGF Business Partner Tonnellerie Berger & Fils. About this Event Join Tiffany Eicholz, Business Development Manager, as she gives an overview of the new “phygital” (physical + digital) tasting process from Tonnellerie Berger & Fils. Thanks to this innovative process launched in March 2021, Tonnellerie Berger & Fils can offer custom tastings, virtually, even though visits to wineries have been postponed. The

Packaging and Paper Solutions for Wineries & Growers [Partner Spotlight]

Meet new Business Partner, Economy Products & Solutions, and learn more about the services they provide to the industry. About this Event Economy Products & Solutions has been serving the Finger Lakes Region for several years providing packaging and shipping supplies for various Wine Clubs. They look forward to growing relationships with other New York State wine regions as well. Economy Products & Solutions provides Wineries with not only wine packaging

Preventing Heat Stress and Strain in the Vineyard

Summer weather can place vineyard workers in dangerously hot environments. Combining physically demanding work and long days with hot temperatures puts workers at risk for several types of heat stress. Click below to download a flyer with vital information on heat stress and strain symptoms and education and training tips, courtesy of American National Insurance.

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Things to Consider When Choosing Your Packaging Supplier

Waterloo Container proudly supports the industry that supports us by maintaining a Business Associate Membership with the New York Wine & Grape Foundation. Offering insights into packaging related topics is another important way we help members make good choices with their hard-earned money and all-important brand. Whether new or established, successful wineries must re-examine packaging supply choices regularly. A good place to start is with your packaging provider. Things to Consider When