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G3 Enterprises is an industry-leading packaging, bottling, and logistics provider offering exclusive products and services in the following areas: custom and stock closures, label printing, warehousing and third-party logistics, transportation, full-service bottling (onsite and mobile capabilities), glass distribution, and bottle etching and decorating. G3 is the exclusive North American distributor of the distinguished DIAM cork […]
Innovation and expansion have set the recent tone for Wonderful Nurseries, the largest grapevine nursery in North America for both wine and table grapes. Ideally situated in Wasco, California, on the edge of the southern San Joaquin Valley, Wonderful Nurseries prides itself on its reputation for personal attention, outstanding selection, and the cleanest grapevines in […]
When you speak with Julian Clymer or Sebastian Traviesa of Sunridge Nurseries, you can’t help but note the excitement in their voices. As vineyard representatives for the North Coast of California, both men enjoy the opportunity to speak about the unique and innovative aspects of their employer. They’re quick to let you know, for example, […]
The Wonderful Nurseries “Growers First” philosophy has really taken root with the Wonderful Nurseries’ Root Sock system. This system is not only beneficial to growers in many ways but also falls in line with Wonderful‘s commitment to be being environmentally friendly wherever, and whenever possible. The Wonderful Root Sock system allows Wonderful Nurseries to invest […]
Growing winegrapes is a passion. There’s no question that long hours in the field and sleepless nights worrying about frost or rain or fire are acts of true commitment. But passion can take you only so far. Winegrape growers also have to be good business people, networkers, and market researchers. Unfortunately for most growers, those […]
Hard work and long hours seem to come with the territory when you’re a grower. If you’ve been at it for even a short while, you may have found yourself, on at least one occasion, just staring at the picking head of your harvester, or some other mechanism, wondering what’s caused the latest malfunction. As […]
Insurance agents, especially in rural areas, tend to serve a broad spectrum of clients. As a result they may know only a little about a lot of different businesses and industries. From a customer’s perspective, the opportunity to work with an agent who really understands your business can make a big difference. Agents who know […]
LCWC Executive Committee Meeting 2:00 pm
LCWC Executive Committee Meeting @ LCWC Office
Feb 12 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Agenda – LCWC Executive Committee, February 12, 2019
LCWC Board Meeting 3:00 pm
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