Wine grape growers to hold caucus in Pasco

By the Tri-City HeraldOctober 13, 2012 

The Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers is scheduled to hold its annual Grower Caucus on Nov. 15 in Pasco.

The forum, which is being held at the Red Lion for the second consecutive year, is designed to focus on financial sustainability and includes presentations about market research, what it will take for a vineyard or winery to survive, and what information is needed to make good decisions.

The Grower Caucus is designed for all size wineries and growers but particularly those that do not have access to market information shared at large winery meetings.

Registration costs $75 and includes lunch. The fee goes to $90 after Oct. 31. To register, go to the "Grower Caucus" section

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