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Women in Winegrowing: 2006 Calendar



Women in Winegrowing:
2006 Calendar

 

Start out the New Year with your own copy of Women In Winegrowing, a 2006 calendar featuring today's prominent women in the industry. In a new effort to spread the word about sustainable farming practices, the Napa Valley Grapegrowers association has published this 12-month calendar, featuring stunning color photos highlighting the accomplishments and importance of women in the winegrowing industry. Some of the women include Elaine Honig of Honig Vineyards, an outspoken advocate of environmentally sound farming practices and Mary Hall, who manages all of the vineyard acreage for Harlan Estate, the Napa Valley Reserve and Bond Winery.

Proceeds from this calendar support the Napa Valley Grapegrowers community outreach and ongoing efforts to promote sustainable farming practices. Get yours at www.womeninwinegrowing.com or www.napagrowers.org.

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