Alameda County Fair invites amateur winemakers to enter their 2021 Homemade Wine competition. Entries are due April 30, 2021. See here for details.
Enartis makes enological products including yeasts, enzymes, tannins, fining agents, and just about anything else that can be added to enhance wines in the making. Their newly released 2021 handbook is jammed with descriptors and applications for their products. Download a copy.
For Sale: New Cased 750 ml Bottles 8 cases of claret (flint) + 29 cases of claret (green). Single buyer only. $185 for all. Contact Chik Brenneman at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Napa Valley / Calistoga AVA Cabernet professionally managed and picked. Cabernet Sauvignon: $1,700 per half ton picked. Merlot: $950 per half ton picked. Call Mike Harris at 916 712-1912.
Do you find yourself confusingly scanning the columns on the yeast charts trying to decide which yeast to get? No worries! Your upcoming harvest just got easier. At the Club’s April 21 meeting, Matt DiVisconte, manager of Lodi Wine Labs guides you through the wine yeast selection process and explains the impact of different yeast…
Stainless steel tank for sale. 230 gallons capacity the tank is 40 inches in diameter and 42 inches in depth. Open top, dished and sloped bottom with one inch threaded nipple to attach a fitting. Tank is on four steel legs which screw into sockets on the side of the tank. Legs are removable and…
“…imagine licking an ashtray…” Check out this UC Davis article.
Home winemakers are eligible to compete in the Orange County Fair Home Wine Competition. $15 per entry. Entries are due by May 20, 2021 and judging takes place in mid-June.
Murphy-Goode Winery seeks a passionate wine lover to go work for them in their Sonoma County winery. Pay and bene’s are not bad: $10k month, free rent, 30 cases of wine, and a 1 year gig. Check it out – this could be your dream job!
The WineMaker International Amateur Wine Competition (WineMaker magazine) is accepting entries through May 11, 2021. For more info for entering your wines, meads or ciders, go to WineMaker magazine’s website.