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  • Rule Changes Affect Vineyard Workers

    Posted in Industry News, Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation on Nov 18, 2015

    By Paul Franson

    Napa, Calif.—Vineyard owners and management companies often face new regulations and laws for their workers, but an unusual number will encounter them in the next few years. “There have been more changes to the rules and regulations in the past six months than I’ve seen in the past 10 years,” José Chang, deputy agricultural commissioner for Napa County, stated during a talk he gave at the Rootstock meeting last week. And, he warned, “More are coming.”

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  • 2015 Rootstock Press Release

    Posted in Press Releases on Nov 13, 2015

    NAPA, CA (November 13, 2015) – ROOTSTOCK—a full day of high-level, provocative seminars and industry experts, wine trials and tastings, and exhibits— held on November 12 saw an impressive turnout for the second year running with full attendance at all programs.

  • Wine Industry Gathers For Rootstock

    Posted in Industry News, NVG News on Nov 12, 2015

    By Maria Sestito

    Napa Valley grapegrowers and their workers turned out in force Thursday for a trade show at Napa Valley Expo that celebrated the nurturing of the prized wine grape. Rootstock featured vendors of all stripes that offered new technology, equipment options, advances in irrigation and frost protection and other industry services. Many wineries were represented as well, some of them leading blending sessions.

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