Friday’s High Elevation/High Latitude Seminar Features “Wine Growing On the Edge”
The Unified Wine & Grape Symposium’s High Elevation/High Latitude Seminar: Wine Growing On the Edge, scheduled for Friday, January 29, will take a close look at the challenges of grape growing and wine making in these intriguing regions of the world.
An Investment Opportunity That Includes Wine & Lunch
How can you make the most of your time and invest your funds efficiently at the same time? The answer is easy — with the Unified Symposium’s Exhibits Voucher for only $30.
This two-day voucher gives you the chance to gather the latest information and see the newest equipment from over 550 exhibitors, PLUS enjoy the Regional Wine Tasting on Wednesday and a hosted buffet luncheon with wine on Thursday.
The Program Development Committee has been hard at work constructing sessions that will once again deliver tangible information to the attendees. “The economy is, of necessity, a recurrent theme throughout the 2010 programming,” said Program Chairman John Thorngate. “From the general sessions to the focused breakout sessions, the committee members have striven to provide pertinent information that will be both timely and of value come January.”
Another Record for the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium
A record-breaking 11,900 wine and grape industry professionals filled the Sacramento Convention Center during the 15th Unified Wine & Grape Symposium. But if you attended the symposium, then you saw firsthand the packed aisles on the trade show and the standing-room-only sessions.
Time Is Running Out to register early and save $200
Now is the time! You only have until Jan 19th to register and save!
Make sure you don’t miss any of the program sessions and great information that will help you make better business decisions in 2009!
Tuesday’s General Session kicks off with a close look at sustainability. Speakers will look at the correlation between sustainability and financial performance to determine how eco-friendly and socially responsible practices can help the bottom line.
Don’t think the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium stops on Thursday this year. On Friday, the Aroma Symposium continues with an in-depth look at how viticultural parameters and practices affect final wine sensory attributes.
“Because of its viticultural basis, the Aroma Symposium should hold wide appeal to both grape growers as well as winemakers,” says Dr. John Thorngate the program chairman for the 2009 Unified Wine & Grape Symposium.
To succeed in real estate, the old adage is location, location, location. But to succeed in business, it’s information, information, information. And that’s just what the 2009 Unified Symposium offers. Whether it’s on the exhibit hall floor or taking in the general or breakout sessions, there’s an abundance of information.
2009 Unified Wine & Grape Symposium Expands to Fourth Day
The Unified Wine & Grape Symposium will enhance the traditional three-day program in 2009 with a symposium on the fourth day. Opening on Tuesday, January 27, 2009, the program will extend through January 30, with the addition of a separate, full-day Aroma Symposium on Friday.
2008 Unified Wine & Grape Symposium Draws Record Crowds
A record-breaking 11,500 wine and grape industry professionals filled the Sacramento Convention Center during the 14th annual Unified Wine & Grape Symposium. If you attended the three-day symposium, held January 29-31, then you probably are already well aware of this.
Spanish Session Attendees Eligible for Certificates of Completion
This year’s Spanish sessions, three in all, are offering attendees the opportunity to earn a certificate of completion in either grapegrowing OR winemaking. Sessions are: Grapegrowing (Vineyard Cultural Practices to Increase Fruit and Wine Quality); Winemaking (Winery and Lab Safety; Sanitation After Chlorine and Introduction to Sensory Analysis and Wine Tasting); and We Have the Technology: How Do We Use It?
Online Registration & Hotel Reservations Open October 22nd!
Convention Center Mark your calendar for October 22nd, the first day to register for the 2008 Unified Symposium.
Rooms at both headquarter hotels book up fast and this year we have added two additional hotels. But in order to ensure you get a room, especially if you have a preference, don’t wait as the rooms available at the special Unified Symposium rates go quickly.
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exercise caution for any solicitations for discounted hotel rates
or directory listings which often include advertising
solicitations. There are many show directories that target
attendees, sponsors and exhibitors from other shows including
ours. These solicitations are often mailed and appear to be from
the Unified Symposium, CAWG or ASEV and they are not.
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