Practical Winery
58-D Paul Drive, San Rafael, CA 94903-2054
phone:415/479-5819 · fax:415/492-9325
email: Office@practicalwinery.com
 
 
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EDITORIAL INDEX 2005

WINEGROWING  
  Advanced sustainable winegrowing practices, Part II
Jan/Feb
  Anderson Valley Pinot Noir and the Sense of Place
July/Aug
  Winegrowing of Pinot Noir in Russian River Valley, Part I
July/Aug
  Spring Mountain Vineyards: Gobelet trellis gains favor
Sept/Oct
  Nitrogen — friend or foe of wine quality?
Sept/Oct
  Winegrowing of Pinot Noir in Russian River Valley, Part II
Sept/Oct
  GPS/GIS improves vineyard management efficiency
Sept/Oct
  Farming Vignoles for consistency of quality
Nov/Dec
   
WINEMAKING
  Barrel storage alternatives: Choosing wine barrel racks
Mar/Apr
  Buttery attribute of wine — diacetyl desirability, spoilage, and beyond
May/June
  Rhône-style white wines: Storming past sensory gatekeepers
July/Aug
  Eliminating formation of hydrogen sulfide of Saccharomyces
Nov/Dec
     
GRAPEGROWING
  Grapevine trunk diseases in California
Jan/Feb
  Pruning without pain
Jan/Feb
  Multiple benefits in vineyard erosion control
Jan/Feb
  Intra-row vineyard spacing and soil management,
long-term field trial results with Cv. Pignoletto
Jan/Feb
  Exploring geology’s effect on “terroir”
Jan/Feb
  Integrated irrigation of California winegrapes, Part I
Mar/Apr
  Mechanized leaf removal shows good results
Mar/Apr
  Improving grapevine productivity — mitigating Armillaria root disease
Mar/Apr
  Regulation of vineyard and winery development and operation in California’s North Coast counties
Mar/Apr
  Integration of grapevine training systems and mechanization in north-central Italy
Mar/Apr
  Designing biodiverse, pest-resilient vineyards through habitat management
May/June
  Vine balance drives grape quality
May/June
  Integrated irrigation of California winegrapes, Part II
May/June
  Mealybugs and grapevine leafroll disease
July/Aug
  Do wild turkeys eat wine grapes?
Sept/Oct
  Agriculture Research Service meets National Grape & Wine Initiative
Nov/Dec
  Lake County: High Valley vineyard yields 13 grape varieties
Nov/Dec
     
WINE MARKETING
  Generic marketing: winners and losers
Mar/Apr
  Marketing insight for a small winery
Mar/Apr
  Winery/Wholesaler relationship: Ten do’s to increase wine sales, Part I
May/June
  Winery/Wholesaler relationship: Ten don’ts to increase wine sales, Part II
July/Aug
  Insights into better tasting rooms: Kunde Winery & Vineyard’s tasting room manager, Jody Stewart
Sept/Oct
  Compleat Wholesale Marketer: How to succeed in wine sales by really trying
Sept/Oct
  U.S. wine market liberalization by 2015: Perfect storm forming
Nov/Dec
     
VARIETAL REVIEW
  Innovative New Zealand Pinot Noir
Jan/Feb
     
WINERY DESIGN
  Cuvaison Winery: Flexibility with movable fermentors and catwalks
Jan/Feb
  Expansion at Leonetti Cellars
Jan/Feb
     
EMPLOYEE SAFETY
  Protect workers from heat emergencies
July/Aug
  Anaphylactic shock: Bee sting allergies in the vineyard
July/Aug
 
SUPPLIER SHOWCASE
  Winery Equipment & Cooperage
Jan/Feb
  Vineyard Equipment & Irrigation
Mar/Apr
  Winemaking Supplies
May/Jun
  Packaging
Jul/Aug
  Vineyard Supplies & Services
Sept/Oct
  Professional Services
Nov/Dec
     
FOOD & WINE
  Balancing act with Pinot Noir
Jan/Feb
     
INSURANCE STRATEGIES
  Risk management for vineyards, Part I
Sept/Oct
  Risk management for wineries, Part II
Nov/Dec
     
SMART VITICULTURE
  Warmer vineyards ahead
Jan/Feb
  Scrutinizing hang-time trend
Mar/Apr
  Modern wine pioneers in cold climates
May/Jun
  California spared from little stinker?
Jul/Aug
  Primer on growing quality winegrapes
Sept/Oct
  Vigor mapping in vineyards
Nov/Dec
     
SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS  
  Benefits of energy auditing for your winery
May/June
  Smarter solar energy
July/Aug
     
INDUSTRY NEWS  
  Quality and convenience drive wine packaging innovation
May/June
  Wine Librarians preserve history
July/Aug
     
PUBLIC RELATIONS
  How to win media coverage
Jan/Feb
     
PACKAGING  
  Bottling under screwcaps: Quality control issues for premium wines
July/Aug
  Six strategies to reduce packaging costs
Sept/Oct
     
PERSONNEL POINT OF VIEW  
  Empowering employees through goal-setting
Jan/Feb
  Effective use of performance reviews
Mar/Apr
  Can you hear me now?
May/June
  Keeping the best
July/Aug
  Fostering individual excellence
Sept/Oct
  Are you a “dream” teammate?
Nov/Dec
     
BOOK EXCERPTS  
  Munson’s Legacy - Foundations of American grape culture
May/June
  North American Pinot Noir: Timing the harvest
July/Aug
     
WINE WORDS  
  Cutting back on vineyard-designate Zinfandel
Sept/Oct
  Night Owls protect San Bernabe vines
Sept/Oct
     

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