Chiniak’s burn area is looking pretty green after replanting

first_imgEnvironment | Local Government | Southwest | TimberChiniak’s burn area is looking pretty green after replantingJuly 25, 2017 by Mitch Borden, KMXT-Kodiak Share:A Sitka spruce seedling emerges from the ground where the Chiniak fire left a burn area in 2015. (Photo courtesy Maggie Slife)Kodiak Island Borough resource manager and officer Maggie Slife was part of a group that went out on a rainy day to inspect the completed replanting of the burn area the Chiniak fire left behind in 2015.Recently, crews planted 200,000 Sitka spruce seedlings in the area. Slife said things looked good, but it’ll take some time before the burn area fully grows back.“It’s starting its cycle over again,” she said. “This is how the world goes. In circles, but it looks pretty good for what it is.”They inspected the planting frequency of the seedling, debris cleanup and general restoration of the landscape. Slife and company also kept their eyes peeled for any sign of rabbits, because the foresters planting the seedlings said they had seen a ton, which could spell danger for the young trees.“As any gardener will tell you, rabbits are always a threat to small plants so we were looking for signs of rabbit damage to the seedlings, and we didn’t see any.”Slife thinks they didn’t see any damage because there’s plenty of other things for the rabbits to chow down on.“Because it’s a burn area it’s all new growth,” she said. “There are just hundreds and thousands of little shoots of all kinds coming up. Salmonberries and ferns and your natural first growth plants in Kodiak are starting to dig back into the landscape. So there are a lot of things for them to eat.”She says the next inspection of the Chiniak burn area will be in two years.The goal is to have a 95 percent success rate among the seedlings, according to Slife.The Kodiak Island Borough is hoping to open the area to the public in the near future.Share this story:last_img read more

This Futuristic Holiday Wonderland Is Worth the Trip to Palm Springs

first_imgHolidayThis Futuristic Holiday Wonderland Is Worth the Trip to Palm Springs”Robolights” brings North Pole vibes and neon-colored automatons to the desertBy Davy Rothbart – December 2, 2016788ShareEmailFacebookTwitterPinterestReddItWhen I moved to L.A. from Michigan, I was happy to say good-bye to Midwest winters. But at holiday time I felt homesick. Even as local DJs slipped “Jingle Bells” into their rotations and a gas station near my house placed $1.99 dreidels by the register, something was missing. I hit a few of L.A.’s holiday light displays—the Los Angeles Zoo, the Grove, the Balian House—but no matter the vibe (lasers, fake snow, and angel figurines, respectively), it felt as if California was trying to replicate the charms of far-off rituals rather than lean into its eccentric West Coast self.Photograph courtesy Mark Boster / Getty ImagesA few years ago my friend Paul offered a solution: Robolights. But to see them, we’d have to drive to Palm Springs. Arriving in the desert community’s Movie Colony neighborhood, we found a stately mansion surrounded by a vast maze of robot sculptures the size of dinosaurs—all wrapped in millions of sparkling lights. From cyborg reindeer to mutant Christmas elves, each creature had a distinct personality, ranging from the whimsical to the frightening, and all were fashioned from derelict washing machines, toasters, television sets, even tanks. It’s a thrilling, at times dystopian, vision, like Tron as imagined by a demented Dr. Seuss.Robolights creator Kenny Irwin Jr.Photograph courtesy Mark Boster / Getty ImagesRobolights sprang from the mind of artist Kenny Irwin Jr. 30 years ago, when he was just 12. He now spends 320 days a year expanding the installation. When Paul and I were there, we glimpsed Irwin on his hands and knees beside the swimming pool, gluing scrap metal to the face of what looked like an alien Santa. He nodded, smiled courteously, and returned to his work. Irwin has soaked Christmas in hallucinogenic eggnog and created his own trippy, Mad Max-style desert holiday, which feels transporting, wholly original, and enormously energizing. I go back every year.Photograph courtesy Mark Boster / Getty ImagesPhotograph courtesy Mark Boster / Getty ImagesPhotograph by Nancy Baron TAGSPalm SpringsPrevious articleThe Story Behind the Music of La La LandNext articleTake The Los Angeles Subway Tour of New York CityDavy Rothbart RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORMarilyn Monroe’s Giant Underpants Are Causing a Stir in Palm Springs‘We Are America’s True Colors’: Meet the Stars of the Queer Rodeo CircuitUpdated: Desert X Announces the Artists Bringing Outdoor Installations to the Coachella Valleylast_img read more

Pharmalittle: Execs vow to place patients ahead of profits; conservatives like Republican drug pricing bill

first_imgPharmalot Log In | Learn More GET STARTED Alex Hogan/STAT What is it? What’s included? About the Author Reprints Pharmalot Columnist, Senior Writer Ed covers the pharmaceutical industry. @Pharmalot Good morning, everyone, and welcome to the middle of the week. Congratulations on making it this far and remember there are only a few more days until the weekend arrives. So keep plugging away. After all, what are the alternatives? While you ponder the possibilities, we invite you to join us for a delightful cup of stimulation. Remember that no prescription is required. Meanwhile, here is the latest menu of tidbits to help you on your way. Have a wonderful day and please do stay in touch.Seeking to push back on the negative image of the biopharmaceutical industry, executives representing over 150 small and mid-sized companies, along with investors and academics, signed an open letter outlining a commitment to place the interests of patients ahead of profits. However, the signatories do not include executives from the largest drug makers and biotechs. The letter, published in STAT, stated a commitment to “reasonable” price increases and achieving “broad patient access,” among other things.center_img Unlock this article — plus daily coverage and analysis of the pharma industry — by subscribing to STAT+. First 30 days free. GET STARTED By Ed Silverman Jan. 8, 2020 Reprints Ed Silverman Daily reporting and analysis The most comprehensive industry coverage from a powerhouse team of reporters Subscriber-only newsletters Daily newsletters to brief you on the most important industry news of the day STAT+ Conversations Weekly opportunities to engage with our reporters and leading industry experts in live video conversations Exclusive industry events Premium access to subscriber-only networking events around the country The best reporters in the industry The most trusted and well-connected newsroom in the health care industry And much more Exclusive interviews with industry leaders, profiles, and premium tools, like our CRISPR Trackr. STAT+ is STAT’s premium subscription service for in-depth biotech, pharma, policy, and life science coverage and analysis. Our award-winning team covers news on Wall Street, policy developments in Washington, early science breakthroughs and clinical trial results, and health care disruption in Silicon Valley and beyond. [email protected] Pharmalittle: Execs vow to place patients ahead of profits; conservatives like Republican drug pricing bill Tags cancerCongressdrug pricingopioidspharmaceuticalspharmalittleSTAT+last_img read more

Could airlines require proof of vaccination before flights?

first_imgAdvertisementDC Young Fly knocks out heckler (video) – Rolling OutRead more6 comments’Mortal Kombat’ Exceeded Expectations Says WarnerMedia ExecutiveRead more2 commentsDo You Remember Bob’s Big Boy?Read more1 commentsKISS Front Man Paul Stanley Reveals This Is The End Of KISS As A Touring Band, For RealRead more1 comments DOH-Collier bringing COVID-19 vaccines to homebound residents June 17, 2021 FORT MYERS, Fla. – You might need more than a boarding pass to fly on some airlines next year.A few companies plan to start using an app to verify COVID-19 test results and vaccine records.Several airlines already require a negative COVID-19 test before you fly.Federal officials plan to give out printed vaccine cards with each dose. The Common Pass app would verify vaccine records and test results and send confirmation codes to passengers allowing them to board certain international flights.. AdvertisementPeople in the RSW airport have mixed feelings about the vaccine itself but said confirming who tested negative and took the vaccine is crucial.“The way to get going again is to make sure that everybody’s been tested and they test negative,” Danny Deaver said.They brought up some potential cybersecurity concerns but still said using the app is a good idea overall. AdvertisementRecommended ArticlesBrie Larson Reportedly Replacing Robert Downey Jr. As The Face Of The MCURead more81 commentsGal Gadot Reportedly Being Recast As Wonder Woman For The FlashRead more29 comments Mobile pediatric clinic provides COVID vaccines for children 12+ June 15, 2021 “It’s something you’re going to have to trust the powers that be to do the right thing,” Scott Rediger said. “And make sure that it’s all safe.”“We’re living in a time when they can secure the information,” Gladys Rediger added.As the vaccine becomes more available, they hope vaccine credentials will lead to more businesses reopening safely and more chances to travel.“We’re hoping that it does, international travel starts again because then the airports will be able to open,” Mary Alldritt said. “And bring more people back to work.”Other safety measures like wearing masks and social distancing will still be required in many places. RELATEDTOPICS Japan to ease COVID restrictions as country prepares for 2020 Olympics June 17, 2021 AdvertisementTags: airlineCovid-19TravelVaccine Advertisement COVID-19 restrictions likely kept kids out of swim class, putting them at risk June 9, 2021 Advertisementlast_img read more

Democrats are More Firm of Nuclear Disarmament of N. Korea

first_img Democrats are More Firm of Nuclear Disarmament of N. Korea RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News News AvatarDaily NKQuestions or comments about this article? Contact us at [email protected] There are signs that North Korea is running into serious difficulties with its corn harvest North Korea tries to accelerate building of walls and fences along border with China By Daily NK – 2006.11.10 6:14pm center_img Facebook Twitter Entire border patrol unit in North Hamgyong Province placed into quarantine following “paratyphoid” outbreak News [imText1]The majority of experts foresee that the result of the Congress election would not strongly influence the policies of the Bush administration towards N. Korea, though Democrats are in capture of control of the House and Senate. However, they also expect the approach to N. Korea to be changed if Democrats urge engagement policies in N. Korea such as U.S-N. Korea bilateral talks. Prof. Kim Sung Han of IFANS foresaw that, “Democrats are more firm of making N. Korea give up its nuclear weapons”, and thus “they would find out and review alternatives for N. Korean nuclear problem, yet their fundamental policy direction would be not changed”. He stated that, “If Democrats judge that the financial sanctions and pressures on N. Korea human rights problems make just lack the concentration on solving the nuclear problem, they would demand the reexamination on the policies” and “they are likely to focus on only the nuclear problem”. He also said that, “Such changes do not show the fundamental changes towards N. Korea and just shift from the Republican approaches to the Democratic ones” and “they are likely to use different methods rather than stick to the six-party talks”. At the same time, he added that, “The Democrats favor appeasement policies such as bilateral talks, yet if N. Korea does not accept their policies, they would take stronger stance”. Dr. Kim Tae Woo of Korea Institute for the Defense Analysis (KIDA) expected that, “The U.S tactics towards N. Korea could be somewhat changed, yet its strategy would not be altered”. Dr. Kim explained that, “N. Korea deceived Democrats when they were the party in power” and “Because of it, the Democrats will continue to pursue the same policies as those of the Republicans”. Regarding the Korea-U.S relationship, he revealed that, “It is likely that the voice for the operational control negotiation can rise if Minister Donald Henry Rumsfeld is replaced”. Prof. Kim Tae Hyo of SungKyunGwan University said that, “Since the Bush administration has used Stick and Carrot strategy like talks and pressures on N. Korea, it is unlikely that considerable alternations in its policies could occur”. Prof. Kim said that, “The nuclear problem was not a matter of the talk style”, and “the U.S responses depend on what attitude N. Korea takes”. SHARE News last_img read more

Seminar on the Disabled Held in St. Mary

first_imgSeminar on the Disabled Held in St. Mary UncategorizedApril 2, 2008 RelatedSeminar on the Disabled Held in St. Mary Advertisements RelatedSeminar on the Disabled Held in St. Marycenter_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail The need for Jamaicans to better understand and appreciate the challenges confronting disabled persons in the country, was the major focus of a public education seminar, sponsored by the Jamaica Council for Persons with Disabilities and the project Dedicated to the Development of Persons with Disabilities (3Ds Project), in Port Maria on March 27.The seminar, part of the effort by the Council to encourage Jamaicans to treat persons with disabilities with respect, addressed issues relating to the Disability Bill that is expected to be tabled in Parliament soon, and provided information about the implication of aging and persons with disabilities, as well as explored terminologies related to different types of disabilities. In addition, issues relating to HIV/AIDS, which are also affecting the disabled community were addressed at the event.Making presentations were Monica Bartley, Chairperson for the National Disability Bill Committee, who spoke on the topic: ‘Terminology and types of disabilities’; Ann Dobson, Public Relations Officer in the Ministry of Labour and Social Security, who spoke on HIV/AIDS and Disabled Persons, and Tate Dobson-White of the National Council for Senior Citizens, who spoke on the topic: ‘Aging and Disability’.Ransford Wright, Executive Director of the Jamaica Council for Persons with Disabilities, told JIS News that the Council was optimistic that its effort to sensitize Jamaicans about the needs of disabled persons would achieve the desired success.He said the seminar was one of a series being held in each parish, adding that similar initiatives embarked on in recent years included the Friendly City Programme initiated by former State Minister for Labour and Social Security, Senator Floyd Morrison in 2007, a poster campaign sensitizing persons about ways of communicating effectively with disabled individuals, and the publication of a book on the ‘Do’s’ and ‘Don’ts’ in respect of ways to relate to disabled persons.Mr. Wright said the Council would be continuing its public education drive to ensure that as many Jamaicans as possible are brought on board in the drive to make the society more friendly to disabled persons, adding that this effort was also in keeping with a directive from the new Minister of State in the Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Andrew Gallimore, that the Council’s public education programme be intensified and taken to as many communities as possible.President of the 3Ds Project, Norris Maragh, told JIS News that he was delighted that his organization was involved in sponsoring the seminar.Meanwhile, participants at the seminar expressed satisfaction with the event, noting that it would go a far way in ensuring that Jamaicans treat disabled persons more appropriately. RelatedSeminar on the Disabled Held in St. Marylast_img read more

Do you employ staff in regional areas?

first_imgDo you employ staff in regional areas? Many WA awards require employees to be paid a location allowance when employed in certain regional towns. The allowance amount varies by town and is paid to compensate employees for the additional cost of living, climatic discomfort, and isolation in these towns.Junior, casual and part time employees as well as apprentices and trainees must be paid a proportionate location allowance. Employees with a dependant may be entitled to receive double the allowance specified.The location allowance is adjusted in July each year.The location allowance payable for each town, as of the first pay period on or after 1 July, is included in Wageline’s award summaries and is available on the Location Allowance for employees in regional areas page. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Award, Employees, Government, Industry regulation, isolation, WA, Western Australialast_img read more

Washington Winegrowers Ask for Changes to Quarantine and Certification

first_imgTwitter AdvertisementThe Washington Winegrowers Association is asking the Washington State Department of Agriculture to change two administrative codes: one on grape certification and the other on pest quarantines. The request stems from three years of work by a tristate work group to create a regional approach for grapevine virus certification to harmonize quarantines and regulatory programs for grapevine nursery stock certification in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.An informational session for winegrape growers, wineries and nurseries will be held Monday, February 11, starting at 1:00 in Vista Hall at SpringHill Suites in Kennewick. The meeting coincides with the first day of the Washington Winegrowers Annual Convention being held next door at Three Rivers Convention Center.The regional work was funded by a USDA grant: “Harmonizing Protocols in the Northwest – A Pilot Project Driven by Stakeholders”.  Grape industry stakeholders in the Northwest took responsibility to drive development of a “harmonized” approach by focusing on state agency rule development and quarantine alignment in all three states. The final product will serve as a national blueprint for quarantine harmonization.The informational session is to help stakeholders understand proposed changes to nursery certification programs and quarantines in Washington, Idaho, Oregon. The meeting will summarize the requested changes and proposed language to nursery certification rules at the Washington State Department of Agriculture. Attendees will be briefed on the quarantine restrictions and hear an update on grapevine growing regulations as well as the proposed changes in Oregon and in Idaho planned over the next year.The Washington Winegrowers Association serves as the synergistic leader and unifying voice – through advocacy and education – for growers, vintners, partners, and policymakers.Advertisement ReddIt Home Industry News Releases Washington Winegrowers Ask for Changes to Quarantine and CertificationIndustry News ReleasesWine BusinessWashington Winegrowers Ask for Changes to Quarantine and CertificationBy Press Release – January 25, 2019 25 0 TAGSConsumerWashington Winegrowers Facebook Email Pinterest Linkedin Share Previous articleAfternoon Brief, January 25Next articleOENODIA’s Revolutionary STARS Technology recognized by top Champagne brand Press Releaselast_img read more

Afternoon Brief, July 22

first_imgAdvertisement Subscribe to the Afternoon BriefAdvertisement Trending Story:Quintessential Acquires U.S. Brands from Accolade WinesFamily owned-and-operated fine wine importer Quintessential will become the custodian of all U.S.-produced wines within the Accolade Wines portfolio…Today’s News:Appeals Court Ignores SCOTUS Wine RulingA lower court has flown in the face of last year’s Supreme Court decision on interstate wine retail…Owner of California Winery with Name Similar to Gov. Newsom Pestered with Angry Calls, EmailsThe owner of a Calaveras County winery said people are attacking his business with angry phone calls, emails and social media posts and it’s all a case of mistaken identity…Sonoma County Wineries Get Advantage Over Breweries Under California’s Latest Public Health OrderWhen Gov. Gavin Newsom rolled back business activities last week to combat a resurgence of the coronavirus, wineries ended up with an advantage over other alcohol purveyors in being allowed to continue selling wine tastings outside without having to also serve meals…Online Sales Continue to Play a Role in Off-Premise Growth for AlcoholRelaxed Rules for Beer, Wine Delivery in Oregon Could Become PermanentIn Focus: The Rosé RevolutionNew York Wineries Adjust to Governor’s New Pandemic Hospitality RulesMajor Lake County Resort Development ApprovedPierce’s Disease Program Enjoys Widespread Grower SupportWine Country Hotel Occupancy in June Slightly Better from Coronavirus Pandemic LowFarmworker Foundation and Napa Valley Grapegrowers Fund Mobile Health Unit Through St. Helena HospitalFrench Champagne House Taittinger to Build a Huge Winery Producing 400,000 Bottles of English Bubbly a YearBordeaux Marketing Board to Set Aside Wines from 2020 to Reduce OversuppliesModerate Drinking May Reduce Risk of Cognitive DeclineBlogs:A Very Serious Discussion About Wine AdvertisingReady for Your New Site, Yesterday? How to Launch, from Essentials to ExceptionalWhy Celebrity Wines Are Failing, According to Sommelier Victoria JamesIs the Champagne Gift Box on Its Way Out?These 7 Best Wine Podcasts Will Help You Learn Minus the JargonWineIndustry.Jobs:Tasting Room and Wine Club Manager/ Events CoordinatorWolfe Heights Estates – Sacramento, CA, USAProduction ManagerIn Good Taste – Graton, CA, USADtC Marketing ManagerWineGlass Marketing – Napa, CA, USAMore Wine Industry Jobs…Feature Your Job Listing in the Afternoon BriefPeople:Château Lafite Owner Reorganises Winemaker RolesOn Instagram, Sommelier Chevonne Ball Spills the Tea About Being Black in the Wine IndustryWomen and Wine in Burgundy, RevisitedMichael Brughelli to Replace Angela Osborne as Winemaker at Folded Hills WineryBiggest Influencers in Beverages in Q2 2020: The Top Companies and Individuals to FollowSupplier News:LibDib Unveils Native Mobile App Enabling Licensed Buyers to Restock Their ShelvesThe Best Compliance Reference, and It’s Online!Nordby Companies Launches New Winery Advisors DivisionUS COVID-19 Impact Report Issue #1 Released as Open SourceMore Supplier News…Vineyard & Winery:Ravenswood in LimboSymington Family Estates Launches “School of Port”Toast to The Good Life. Well-Earned. With Robert Hall Winery’s New Virtual Concert Series Starting this WednesdayLubanzi Wines Launches New Addition, Rosé BubblesThe Fladgate Partnership Announces: Taylor Fladgate Late Bottled Vintage 2015 Port Twitter Home Afternoon Brief Afternoon Brief, July 22Afternoon BriefAfternoon Brief, July 22By Editor – July 22, 2020 234 0 TAGSAccolade WinesKobrand CorporationLibDibLubanzi WinesNapa Valley Farmworker FoundationNapa Valley GrapegrowersNewsome Harlow WinesNordby CompaniesQuintessentialRobert Hall WineryRussian River Brewing CompanyWine Intelligence Email Linkedincenter_img Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief Pinterest Share ReddIt Facebook Previous articleOnline Sales Continue to Play a Role in Off-Premise Growth for AlcoholNext articleWashington Wine Launches Sommlight Conversation Series Editorlast_img read more

Historic Sicilian Wine Brand Corvo Revamps with New Look and Feel

first_imgShare AdvertisementUpgrades illustrate premiumization through ties to terroir, new line extensions and sleek new packagingNew York, NY, February 23, 2021 — Disaronno International and parent company ILLVA Saronno S.p.A are excited to announce that Corvo, part of the company’s imported portfolio from Sicily, is debuting a new look and feel for the wines and packaging as well as two new line extensions, reflecting both the deep ties to the island’s winemaking culture and a nod to the present and future.Corvo, founded in 1824, has long been a staple Italian wine brand in the United States, consistently offering quality and value. With consumers looking for authenticity in wine and with a willingness to explore new regions and grapes, Corvo was primed for a refocus on premiumization. The efforts include a transition to single-varietal wines, a deeper connection to the region and terroir of Sicily, and a contemporary packaging update, which includes sleek new labels, drawing attention to the native Sicilian grape varieties, and screwcaps.The new labels on the following core line of Corvo wines: 2020 Grillo, 2020 Moscato, 2020 Rosé and 2019 Nero d’Avola, will be available in the U.S. this month. Tied into Corvo’s focus on quality and a link to the land, the 2020 Grillo and 2019 Nero d’Avola will also carry the Sicilia DOC designation, the first Corvo releases to do so. The new Sicilia DOC designation will allow Corvo to further communicate the authentic, historical and cultural connection to Sicily to both trade and consumers. Corvo’s range of wines also includes the super-premium Irmàna line and the ultra-premium Colomba Platino line, of which the 2020 Irmàna Grillo and the 2019 Colomba Platino Nero d’Avola will also carry the Sicilia DOC designation. Both lines are new, conveying the premiumization effort, and provide trade-up opportunities for Corvo to reach a new set of consumers.   “We are thrilled to introduce the new Corvo to the U.S. audience,” stated Giacomo Tarquini, Global Marketing Director of ILLVA Saronno’s Wine Division. “The brand exemplifies Sicilian winemaking history and terroir, and our commitment to meeting the needs of new consumers.”Corvo is part of the Duca di Salaparuta Group (along with Duca di Salaparuta, also founded in 1824, and Florio Marsala, founded in 1833). These three historic wine brands were gathered into one group by the Reina family, and together today constitute the first private wine group formed in Sicily. They express the island’s history and its land through the estates and the range of wines that represent Sicilian terroir at its best.The upgraded Corvo, Irmàna and Colomba Platino wines will be available in expanding markets across the United States.About Disaronno International Disaronno International LLC is a NJ-based subsidiary of ILLVA Saronno S.p.A, a leader in the global wine & spirits business. Disaronno International is the exclusive importer & marketer of Disaronno – the World’s Favorite Italian Liqueur, Disaronno Velvet, The Busker Irish Whiskey, Tia Maria Coffee Liqueur, Rabarbaro Zucca Amaro, Duca di Salaparuta & Corvo – Wines from Sicily, and Florio Marsala.Advertisement TAGSCorvoDisaronno International Facebook Twitter Email Linkedin Pinterest ReddIt Previous articleBrother’s Bond Distilling Company, LLC Partners with Republic National Distributing CompanyNext articleApril Named Sonoma County Wine Month Press Release Home Industry News Releases Historic Sicilian Wine Brand Corvo Revamps with New Look and FeelIndustry News ReleasesWine BusinessHistoric Sicilian Wine Brand Corvo Revamps with New Look and FeelBy Press Release – February 23, 2021 207 0 last_img read more