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Articles from Wines & Vines (October 1, 2007)

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$2 million for Oregon institute: partnership will help education and research. Franson, Paul 287
Calendar. Calendar 636
Case studies in exporting: how small to medium wineries sell internationally. Ness, Laura 2214
Extreme viticulture: how Northeast growers farm vinifera organically and sustainably. Gannon, Suzanne 1830
Land values vs. grape prices: where are California's best values? Correia, Tony 1692
Let the good times last: here are six suggestions from the pros on financial fitness. Gordon, Jim 703
M & A: Firestone's sale; Family happy to sell Foley an engine for his small train of wineries. Gordon, Jim 401
Making Malbec: how argentine vintners craft their hot varietal. Cutler, Lance 2652
Not news, but good reading. Markby, Craig 201
Rodney Strong acquires Davis Bynum. Caputo, Tina Brief article 137
Texas expects sad harvest: frost and rain diminish grape crop by as much two-thirds. Siegel, Jeff 477
The 'natural' trap. Patterson, Tim 1652
The grower's challenge: time to end the subsidy for wineries and collaborate on new formulas. Crossland, John 835
The past and future of Napa land: Beckstoffer and Harlan address growers' organization. Gordon, Jim 392
Three Michigan wineries up for sale: Willow Vineyard, Bel Lago, Chateau de Leelanau to change hands. Noga, Cari 249
When Brett goes bad: how winemakers keep a lid on Brettanomyces. Daniel, Laurie 2126
Why solar makes sense: boutique wineries take advantage of incentives. Firstenfeld, Jane 2635
Wine competitions that help you sell. Caputo, Tina 1730
Winemaker interview Heidi Peterson Barrett: the real secret may be in the palate of Napa cult winemaker. Franson, Paul 1623
Wineries join the 'Family' at tasting: Family Winemakers event attracts small wineries. Caputo, Tina 726
Wineries unwelcome in SLO? Letter to the editor 281

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