The Complete 2002 Unified Wine & Grape Symposium on Audio Cassette Tapes in Two Free Storage Albums


Unified Wine & Grape Symposium ~ 2002

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A Vision of the Future, Brought into Focus Today

America's wine industry is dynamic, constantly responding to issues of growth, new technology and evolving political, environmental and market environments. Given these realities, reliable and timely information is an essential planning tool for every player in our industry. The Unified Wine & Grape Symposium provides that tool.

For nearly a decade, the Unified Symposium has drawn on the expertise of internationally recognized specialists from the fields of enology, viticulture, business, public relations, finance and marketing. Their input, combined with the active networking between Symposium registrants and suppliers, has made the Unified Symposium the nation's largest wine and grape conference and tradeshow. Combined enology and viticulture sessions offer winemakers and grape growers the opportunity to discuss trends and issues shaping wine from vineyard to vintage. The latest information within specific fields of study or segments of the industry--both at home and abroad--is provided in separate breakout sessions.

The Unified Wine & Grape Symposium is championed as one of the premier industry gatherings because it not only concentrates on the issues shaping today, but also turns that vision forward to the issues and trends shaping the future of grape growing and winemaking. The 8th Annual Unifed Symposium urges industry members to come together in Sacramento, California for three days of dynamic science, technology, business development, industry growth and advancement.

Jointly sponsored by the ASEV and CAWG, the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium represents the collective experiences and knowledge of the entire wine and grape industry. The Unified Wine & Grape Symposium has an established and well-recognized history of providing vintners and growers with the information they need to remain competitive.