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    Forecast Analysis Scenario The adaptive forecast analysis shown below is from customer demand data in a time series based on Chardonnay Quarterly sales figures: Source: (SEC Filings, 2016) The Winters’ model Source: (SEC Filings, 2016) The forecast method chosen for this analysis is the Winter’s Model or the “multiplicative decomposition (seasonal) method” (Forecasting in Supply Chains, 2012). This model takes into account the lever, trend, and seasonality factors with the historical customer demand data to determine future operations and production schedules to meet future demand. The Winter’s Model uses the “seasonal factors and assigns different weights to adjust the trend components” (Anderson & Semmelroth, 2016). The wine industry is cyclical in nature (Cuellar & Lucey, 2005) so the Chardonnay supply chain will need to have forecasting method that is adaptive. With the use of the Winter’s Model, the supply chain will be able to adapt the “forecasting process to adjust to the change in the demand observation” (Chopra & Meindl, 2016, p. 187).…

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    White Wine Essay

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    fresh clean taste. • Cortese (a.k.a Gavi) – an Italian white grape wine that pairs well in some seafood. It has moderate and light acidity with crisp flavors. It is mostly grown in Piedmont in the provinces of Asti and Alessandria. • Soave – is another Italian white wine predominantly from Veneto region in Italy. The principal grape variety of Soave is Garganega with 70% and 30% blend can come from Trebbiano di Soave or Chardonnay. • Albariño – is a type of white wine grape grown in Galicia in…

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    only process these grapes went through was fermentation in stainless steel. Using stainless steel which helps keep its natural flavor. Lastly, the region where this wine is grown in has a factor in price. Finger Lakes location is known for having sweeter, grapes. This winery is found in that location, so it shows that the quality of the grapes will be very good. 4) https://wagnervineyards.com/our-story/vineyards/ 5) https://shop.wagnervineyards.com/product/vidal-blanc-ice-wine This Chardonnay…

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    Sparkling Wine

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    traditional method but with different grapes. Normaly, they will choose Macabeu, Parellada and Xarel-lo for their main grape varietales used for the production of Cave. This Cava production method may need to take up at least three years to make it.Since Cave is using the traditional method, that means it has the smallest and longest lasting bubbles inside it. It may be similar with Champagne but because of using a different kind of grape, it may also creat a different style and have varying…

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    Robert Winery Philosophy

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    and densely planted. All of the grapes on the plantation are hand picked with extreme care. Over the whole winery, it is consumed by 1,200 tons of concrete, which is mostly underground. The Amalie Robert Estate mainly produces Pinot Noir, but the vineyard also produces Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, Bellpine Pearl, Syrah, and Viognier. When it comes to Pinot Noir, it blocks ferment individual vineyards in small 1.5 ton, and the fermenters believe in using indigenous yeast and whole clusters. The…

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    cycle. They have always dealt with the continuous threats from vine pests and diseases and the unique prohibition experience in America. The cultural practices in Canada favor the production of wine. A great portion of the population is wine consumers, therefore, promotion the production of wine. The planned vine varieties including Baco Noir, Auxerrois, Agra and much more contribute to the production of a variety of wine flavors from the Canadian region (Crawford, 2012). Wines and Wine…

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    What Is Burgundy?

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    the Celts to this region from a continuous migration. The Celts had become a continuous civilization without even know it. The Celts were peaceful people. “Their imaginative ingenuity for which the Celts are remembered” (Elson, Web) in developing turn of the era skills weapons and developing and implementing agricultural practices which helped farm the lands. During the Middle Ages life began to change in the region of modern Burgundy. Christianity was spreading through Europe and with that came…

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    Villa Maria Wines

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    4. Knowing that you CANNOT change the package/label design, what particular message could Villa Maria use to promote the brand? Specify whether you would add this message on either the bottle or a sticker on the bottle or shelf talkers Taking the brand’s two main attributes, i.e., ‘Most Awarded Winery’ (Winery, 2017) and being a family-owned business where the brand realises the importance of values and quality over quantity, Villa Maria has successfully produced superior quality wines since…

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    Clary Sage Research Paper

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    Common Name: Clary Sage Essential Oil Botanical Name: Salvia sclarea Description/Distribution: Native to southern Europe, clary sage essential oil comes from the Lamiaceae family and has a fresh sweet herbaceous, wine-like aroma with floral notes. Clary sage oil has been cultivated for centuries. Once, extensively cultivated in France, now Russia is the main supplier. The oil is steam-distilled for its medicinal and cosmetic qualities, and the best clary sage oil is obtained from the green…

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    Temecula is a little-known city in the southern California in Riverside County bordering Murieta County in the North, San Diego County and Pechanga Indian reservation to the South. This area was originally inhabited by Native Americans in pre -18th century period. It was later to come under Spanish control before the Spanish-American War. The City is home to over one hundred thousand with large tracts of land and open spaces as well as the proximity to San Diego makes this area a prime location…

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