The Complete 2001 Unified Wine & Grape Symposium on Audio Cassette Tapes in Two Free Storage Albums


Unified Wine & Grape Symposium ~ 2001

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The Unified Wine & Grape Symposium has a long and distinguished history of providing vintners and growers with the information they need to remain competitive.

Who should attend?

Winery owners/managers

Vineyard owners/managers

Retail tasting room personnel

Marketing executives

Industry suppliers


By attending you can:

Access industry resources

Expand your professional knowledge

Network with your colleagues

Invest in your future

Support your industry

Where the Industry & Information Connect

The strong American economy has allowed us to enjoy unprecedented growth and vitality. Managing and sustaining that growth, however, is a top priority for winery owners and grape growers throughout the nation. The 7th Annual Unified Wine & Grape Symposium promises to be the one place where the ideas, information, science and data all come together to help address this priority. The world?s most respected experts from the disciplines of enology, viticulture, marketing and business will spend three days in Sacramento, California addressing those issues that determine our destiny. From a comprehensive program of seminars and panel discussions to the thought-provoking general sessions, the 2001 Unified Symposium is a clearing house for the ideas and information that will carry us successfully into the future. Additionally, as host to America?s largest wine and winegrape trade show, the Unified Symposium offers an ideal place to learn about the services, supplies and equipment that keep you competitive. Continually expanding and evolving to meet the changing needs of the industry, this year?s Unified Symposium provides several cross-discipline seminars to approach the increasingly complex and interwoven wine industry issues. Educational wine tastings have been expanded and, in light of

unprecedented interest, the comprehensive list of trade show vendors is larger than ever. Despite all these enhancements, however, the 2001 show is true to the Unified Wine and Grape Symposium?s charter of providing the industry with cutting-edge information to help keep America on the forefront of the minds and tables of consumers around the world. Unified Wine & Grape Symposium co-sponsors have a long and distinguished history of providing vintners and growers with the information they need to remain competitive. Jointly sponsored by the American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) and the California Association of Winegrape Growers (CAWG), the show represents the collective experience, knowledge and background of the entire industry. With over 50 years of experience in meeting planning and show management, ASEV perfectly complements CAWG?s two decades of sponsoring Wine Grape Day. The program is presented in cooperation with American Vineyard Foundation; American Vintners Association; California State University, Fresno; Family Winemakers of California; University of California, Davis; and Wine Institute.