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1st Annual Eastern Vintner’s Industry Roundtable


Harvest Ridge Winery

Are you interested in becoming involved in the Delaware wine or distilling industry? The 1st Annual Eastern Vintner’s Industry Roundtable is for you! This event is where you will find the answers to many of your questions. The roundtable takes place for two days: Friday, January 29 and Saturday, January 30 in Dover, Delaware. Don’t wait to register as the last day to register is Friday, January 15. Tickets are available online.

Attendees will learn about growing and producing, marketing and business. According to the website, “Topics covering growing conditions, grants, microbiology, marketing, tasting room management, succession planning and more will appeal to everyone at your business, from owners–to vineyard managers–to marketers–to tasting room staff!”

The sessions will include a speaker or facilitaor with roundtable discussions.

Unlike many conferences, this two-day experience is only $55 per person. The ticket includes “early bird” roundtables on Friday, a regional wine tasting dinner as well as all sessions, roundtables and meals on Saturday.

A special coupon is available on the website for a special room discount code at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino.

More details are available online.

About the Delaware Wineries Association

The Delaware Wineries Association, formed in 2013 and now consists of two wineries, a distillery and a very unusual beverage facility. The members are Harvest Ridge Winery, Fenwick Wine Cellars, Painted Stave Distilling and Liquid Alchemy Beverages.

Fenwick Wine  Cellars

Fenwick Wine Cellars

Wine Trail Traveler has visited and written about Harvest Ridge Winery and Fenwick Wine Cellars. In 2015 we attended the Craft Beverages Unlimited Conference in Richmond and met one of the owners of Painted Stave Distilling after a stimulating presentation on distilling. Just recently we learned of Liquid Alchemy Beverages and look forward to visiting and learning their story. For the owners it all began with a glass of lavender lemonade mead.



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