Monthly Archives: April 2012

How did everyone fare with the cold?

This weeks cold overnight temperatures had Virginia grape growers on edge and worried about losing their crop for the year. With the unusually warm weather in March and early bud break it caused, the results of a freeze event would … Continue reading

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VWC Newsletter 13 April, 2012

The latest Virginia Wine Council newsletter discusses the results of a recent meeting with ABC to clarify regulations concerning on-line and 3rd party offers, as well as how to comply regarding the sale of sangria and mulled wines. Please Click … Continue reading

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VWC Special Update 9 April, 2012

The VVA would like to thank Katie Frazer on behalf of the entire membership for all of her hard work with the Virginia Wine Council and wish her the best of luck in her new role! Here is the announcement … Continue reading

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Update on the Potential Frost Weather Statement from WX Risk

WxRisk.com – Windsong Forecasts This morning statement is being issued at 0015 EDT APRIL 9 *** If you are unfamiliar with WXRISK.COM, Click HERE to learn more about it**** This alert is going out because of the POTENTIAL for a … Continue reading

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Potential Frost Weather Statement: WxRisk

WxRisk.com – Windsong Forecasts This morning statement is being issued at 0015 EDT April 6 *** If you are unfamiliar with WXRISK.COM, Click HERE to learn more about it**** This alert is going out because of the POTENTIAL for a … Continue reading

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Viticulture Notes & Fungicide Workbook

We have two new resources that we have added to the site: The 2012 Virginia Wine Grape Fungicide Workbook and the Virginia Cooperative Extension Viticulture Notes (Vol. 27, No 1, 2012). Both are available here and under the Resources page.

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Newsletter from Penn State

Follow this link to read the latest viticulture e-newsletter from Penn State Cooperative Extension. There is a lot of great information here as always from Mark Chien and he provides numerous links to other resources. There is a discussion about … Continue reading

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