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Organizational Records 1938-2001

Scope and Contents

Wine Institute reference and working files, including reports, publicity, subject files, and publications. Arranged by Wine Institute subject classification.

Processing Information

This section is a work in progress.
 

Reference Files 1838-2010

Box 1

Microfilm undated

Scope and Contents

Biographies of wine industry leaders, winery information, historical data, and surveys. This information is likely duplicated in print.
Box 2, Folder 3-4

Agriculture: Fruits - California Fruit and Nut Acreage 1919-1959

Box 2, Folder 1-2

Agriculture: Fruits - California Fruit and Nut Acreage 1960-1984

Box 2, Folder 5-6

Agriculture: Fruits - California Fruit and Nut Statistics 1960-1984

Box 2, Folder 7

Agriculture: Fruits - Sun-Dried, Dehydrated, Frozen 1930-1945

Box 3, Folder 6-7

Agriculture: Raisins - California Raisin Annual Reports 1951-1953

Box 2, Folder 8-9

Agriculture: Raisins - General 1892-1970

Box 3, Folder 1

Agriculture: Raisins - Lay Surveys 1959-1961

Box 3, Folder 3-4

Agriculture: Raisins - Lay Surveys 1960-1966

Box 3, Folder 2

Agriculture: Raisins - Lay Surveys 1962-1964

Box 3, Folder 5

Agriculture: Raisins - Lay Surveys 1963-1967

Box 2, Folder 11

Agriculture: Raisins - Lay Surveys 1964-1968

Box 2, Folder 10

Agriculture: Raisins - Surveys 1960-1970

Box 3, Folder 11

Alcohol: Beverage - Beer 1930-1970

Box 4, Folder 5-7

Alcohol: Beverage - Calif History/Gastronomy 1956-1985

Box 3, Folder 8

Alcohol: Beverage - Compounded Bitters 1930-1970

Box 3, Folder 9

Alcohol: Beverage - Compounded Liqueurs and Cordials 1980

Box 3, Folder 10

Alcohol: Beverage - Distilled General 1968-1984

Box 3, Folder 12

Alcohol: Beverage - Fermented Beer and Ale 1965-1985

Box 3, Folder 13

Alcohol: Beverage - Fermented Champale et al. 1951-1968

Box 3, Folder 14

Alcohol: Beverage - Fermented Sake 1964-1979

Box 4, Folder 1-2

Alcohol: Beverage - Spirits/Mixed Drinks 1947-1985

Box 4, Folder 8

Alcohol: Bibliography - Bibliographies 1970-1972

Box 4, Folder 9

Alcohol: Bibliography - Wine Institute Bibliographies 1943-1979

Box 4, Folder 3-4

Alcohol: Industrial 1944-1982

Box 5, Folder 3

Biographies: A (Collective) 1937-1968

Box 5, Folder 4

Biographies: Adams Leon D - Consultant 1963-1980

Box 5, Folder 5

Biographies: Arakelian Family 1947-1968

Box 13, Folder 4

Biographies: A-Z (Collective) undated

Box 5, Folder 19

Biographies: B (Collective) undated

Box 5, Folder 6

Biographies: Baccigaluppi, Harry 1901-1980

Box 5, Folder 7

Biographies: Baldwin, Elias J ("Lucky") 1947-1977

Box 5, Folder 8

Biographies: Bare, J V 1940-1960

Box 5, Folder 9

Biographies: Bartholomew, Frank 1954-1985

Box 5, Folder 10

Biographies: Benoist Family 1953-1971

Box 5, Folder 11

Biographies: Beringer Family 1901-1985

Box 5, Folder 12

Biographies: Biane Family 1941-1978

Box 5, Folder 13

Biographies: Bioletti, Frederic T 1911-1939

Box 5, Folder 14

Biographies: Blake, James 1875-1964

Box 5, Folder 15

Biographies: Bonnet, Leon O 1941

Box 5, Folder 16

Biographies: Bourn W B 1889-1975

Box 5, Folder 17

Biographies: Brother Timothy 1962-1963

Box 5, Folder 18

Biographies: Buckley, Christopher 1971-1973

Box 6, Folder 7

Biographies: C (Collective) undated

Box 5, Folder 20

Biographies: Calif History - Chinese Immigrants 1947-1985

Box 5, Folder 2

Biographies: California Pioneers 1928-1992

Box 5, Folder 21

Biographies: California Pioneers - French 1946-1981

Box 5, Folder 22

Biographies: California Pioneers - German 1969-1970

Box 6, Folder 1

Biographies: California Pioneers - Italian 1950-1971

Box 6, Folder 2

Biographies: California Pioneers - Spanish 1962

Box 6, Folder 3

Biographies: California Pioneers - Swiss 1961-1970

Box 6, Folder 4

Biographies: Cella Family 1946-1981

Box 6, Folder 5

Biographies: Chana, Claude 1947

Box 6, Folder 6

Biographies: Chauche, Adrian G 1963-1971

Box 6, Folder 8

Biographies: Churchill, Winston 1941-1970

Box 5, Folder 1

Biographies: Collective 1970-1982

Box 6, Folder 9

Biographies: Concannon Family 1946-1978

Box 6, Folder 10

Biographies: Crabb, H W 1878-1977

Box 6, Folder 11

Biographies: Crellin, John 1895-1973

Box 6, Folder 12

Biographies: Cribari Family 1942-1985

Box 6, Folder 13

Biographies: D (Collective) undated

Box 6, Folder 14

Biographies: Daniel Family 1961-1979

Box 6, Folder 17

Biographies: De Latour Family 1940-1984

Box 6, Folder 18

Biographies: De Luca, John 1975-2001

Box 6, Folder 15

Biographies: De St Hubert, Jules 1891-1970

Box 6, Folder 16

Biographies: De Turk, Isaac 1896-1960

Box 6, Folder 19

Biographies: Di Girgio Family 1946-1971

Box 6, Folder 20

Biographies: Dickens, Charles 1964-1975

Box 6, Folder 21

Biographies: Duvall, Alexandre 1913-1971

Box 7, Folder 1

Biographies: E (Collective) undated

Box 7, Folder 2

Biographies: Eisen, Francis 1891-1971

Box 7, Folder 3

Biographies: F (Collective) undated

Box 7, Folder 4

Biographies: Fair, James G 1969-1971

Box 7, Folder 5

Biographies: Federspiel, Sophus 1936-1940

Box 7, Folder 6

Biographies: Field, Kate 1893-1978

Box 7, Folder 8

Biographies: Franklin, Benjamin 1956-1965

Box 7, Folder 9

Biographies: Frohling, John 1884-1971

Box 7, Folder 7

Biographies: Fromm Family 1963-1983

Box 7, Folder 10

Biographies: G (Collective) undated

Box 7, Folder 13-14

Biographies: Gallo Family 1946-1959

Box 7, Folder 11

Biographies: Gallo, Ernest 1958-1972

Box 7, Folder 12

Biographies: Garrett, Paul 1940

Box 7, Folder 16

Biographies: Giannini, Frank 1944-1947

Box 7, Folder 15

Biographies: Gier, Theodore 1966-1971

Box 7, Folder 17

Biographies: Groezinger Family 1922-1971

Box 7, Folder 18

Biographies: Guasti, Secondo 1933-1971

Box 7, Folder 19

Biographies: Gundlach and Dresel and Bundschu Families 1946-1981

Box 8, Folder 1

Biographies: Gundlach, Bundschu 1978-1985

Box 8, Folder 2

Biographies: H (Collective) undated

Box 8, Folder 3-4

Biographies: Haraszthy, Agoston 1957-1982

Box 8, Folder 5

Biographies: Haraszthy, Agoston - Centennial 1961 1961

Box 8, Folder 6

Biographies: Haraszthy, Agoston - Correspondance 1938-1985

Box 8, Folder 7

Biographies: Haraszthy, Agoston - Photostats 1862-1932

Box 8, Folder 8

Biographies: Haraszthy, Arpad and Other Family 1964-1973

Box 8, Folder 9

Biographies: Harkleroad, S W ("Sam") 1951-1958

Box 8, Folder 10

Biographies: Harris, Thomas Lake 1875-1973

Box 8, Folder 11

Biographies: Hearst Family 1973-1983

Box 8, Folder 12

Biographies: Heck Family 1943-1984

Box 8, Folder 13

Biographies: Heitz, Joseph 1957-2002

Box 8, Folder 14

Biographies: Hilgard, E W 1962-1981

Box 8, Folder 15

Biographies: Husmann, George 1902-1978

Box 9, Folder 1

Biographies: I (Collective) undated

Box 9, Folder 2

Biographies: J (Collective) undated

Box 9, Folder 3

Biographies: Johnson, Samuel 1967

Box 9, Folder 4

Biographies: Jurgens, H Peter 1961-1972

Box 9, Folder 5

Biographies: K (Collective) undated

Box 9, Folder 6

Biographies: Keller, Matthew 1866-1960

Box 9, Folder 7

Biographies: Kohler Family 1884-1981

Box 9, Folder 8

Biographies: Korbel Family 1946-1979

Box 9, Folder 9

Biographies: Krug, Charles 1882-1971

Box 9, Folder 10

Biographies: L (Collective) undated

Box 9, Folder 12

Biographies: Lachman and Jacobi 1935-1973

Box 9, Folder 11

Biographies: Lachman, S 1932-1950

Box 9, Folder 13

Biographies: Lanza, Horace O 1936-1983

Box 9, Folder 14

Biographies: Lassen, Peter 1889-1971

Box 9, Folder 15

Biographies: London, Jack 1952-1984

Box 9, Folder 16

Biographies: Longworth, Nicholas 1947-1984

Box 9, Folder 17-18

Biographies: M (Collective) undated

Box 9, Folder 19

Biographies: Malter, George 1919-1971

Box 9, Folder 20

Biographies: Marshall, L K 1957-1976

Box 9, Folder 20

Biographies: Martini Family 1972-1986

Box 9, Folder 21

Biographies: Masson, Paul 1940-1979

Box 9, Folder 22

Biographies: Mattei, Andrew 1934-1971

Box 9, Folder 23

Biographies: Matthews, Jack L 1952-1974

Box 10, Folder 1

Biographies: McColly, Don W 1954-1969

Box 10, Folder 2

Biographies: Mel, Louis 1935-1983

Box 10, Folder 3

Biographies: Mettler Family 1938-1957

Box 10, Folder 4

Biographies: Meyer, Otto E 1962-1975

Box 10, Folder 5

Biographies: Miglioretti Family 1941-1957

Box 10, Folder 8

Biographies: Mirassou and Pellier Family 1953-1979

Box 10, Folder 6

Biographies: Mondavi Family 1959-1993

Box 10, Folder 7

Biographies: Morrow, A R 1935-1948

Box 10, Folder 11

Biographies: N (Collective) undated

Box 10, Folder 9

Biographies: Naglee, Henry 1879-1981

Box 10, Folder 10

Biographies: Niebaum, Gustave 1935-1979

Box 10, Folder 12

Biographies: O (Collective) undated

Box 10, Folder 13-14

Biographies: P (Collective) undated

Box 167, Folder 8

Biographies: R (Collective) undated

Box 10, Folder 15

Biographies: Paderewski, Ignace 1923-1985

Box 10, Folder 17

Biographies: Pasteur, Louis 1973-1985

Box 10, Folder 18

Biographies: Penn, William 1956

Box 10, Folder 16

Biographies: Perelli-Minetti Family 1952-2010

Box 10, Folder 19

Biographies: Petri Family 1952-1965

Box 10, Folder 20

Biographies: Peyser, Jefferson E 1952-1983

Box 10, Folder 21

Biographies: Q (Collective) undated

Box 10, Folder 22

Biographies: Rose, Leonard John 1889-1899

Box 10, Folder 23

Biographies: Rossi Family 1948-1984

Box 10, Folder 24

Biographies: Rothschild Family 1963-1976

Box 11, Folder 1

Biographies: S (Collective) undated

Box 11, Folder 2

Biographies: Salmina Family 1948-1978

Box 11, Folder 3

Biographies: Sansevaine Family 1959-1971

Box 11, Folder 11

Biographies: Sbarboro Family 1909-1971

Box 167, Folder 12

Biographies: Schoonmaker 1998

Box 11, Folder 4

Biographies: Schram, Jacob 1892-1971

Box 11, Folder 5

Biographies: Sebastiana Family 1981-1986

Box 11, Folder 12

Biographies: Serlis, Harry G 1964-1975

Box 11, Folder 13

Biographies: Serra, Junipero 1960-1971

Box 11, Folder 6

Biographies: Setrakian Family 1948-1978

Box 11, Folder 7

Biographies: Shakespeare, William 1938-1955

Box 11, Folder 8

Biographies: Shillaber, Charles 1893-1971

Box 11, Folder 9

Biographies: Shorb, James D 1959-1971

Box 11, Folder 10

Biographies: Simon, Andre L 1940-1977

Box 11, Folder 14

Biographies: Solari, B C 1952-1984

Box 11, Folder 15

Biographies: Stanford, Leland 1961-1973

Box 11, Folder 16

Biographies: Stanly, John A 1889-1971

Box 11, Folder 17

Biographies: Stevenson, Robert Louis 1964-1982

Box 11, Folder 18

Biographies: Stewart, John A 1893

Box 11, Folder 19

Biographies: Sutter, John A 1934-1975

Box 12, Folder 1

Biographies: T (Collective) undated

Box 12, Folder 2

Biographies: TAC Speakers Bios undated

Box 12, Folder 3

Biographies: Tchelistcheff, Andre 1970-1992

Box 12, Folder 4

Biographies: Tubbs Family 1947-1981

Box 12, Folder 5

Biographies: Turrentine, Dan C 1958-1973

Box 12, Folder 6

Biographies: U (Collective) undated

Box 12, Folder 7

Biographies: V (Collective) undated

Box 12, Folder 8

Biographies: Vache Family 1954-1970

Box 12, Folder 9

Biographies: Vallejo, Mariano 1938-1984

Box 12, Folder 10

Biographies: Vignes, Jean 1838-1971

Box 13, Folder 1

Biographies: W (Collective) undated

Box 12, Folder 11

Biographies: Wait, Frona Eunice 1937-1973

Box 12, Folder 12

Biographies: Wente Family 1968-1985

Box 12, Folder 14

Biographies: West, George 1954-1971

Box 12, Folder 13

Biographies: Wetmore Family 1927-1943

Box 12, Folder 15

Biographies: Wheeler, John 1971

Box 12, Folder 16

Biographies: Williams, Howard 1948-1978

Box 12, Folder 17

Biographies: Wines and Vines Magazine 1919-1969

Box 12, Folder 18

Biographies: Winthrop, John 1946

Box 12, Folder 19

Biographies: Wolfskill, William 1953-1971

Box 12, Folder 20

Biographies: Y (Collective) undated

Box 13, Folder 2

Biographies: Yount, George 1969-1977

Box 13, Folder 3

Biographies: Z (Collective) undated

Box 13, Folder 12

California History: General 1938-1973

Box 13, Folder 5

California History: General 1951-1969

Box 13, Folder 13-14

California History: Historical Society 1967-1972

Box 14, Folder 1

California History: Missions Era 1958-1967

Box 14, Folder 2

California History: Place Names (Origins) 1935-1957

Box 14, Folder 3

California History: San Francisco 1957-1985

Box 163, Folder 31

Customs: Ceremonies 1941-1993

Box 163, Folder 30

Customs: General 1967-1994

Box 14, Folder 4

General: Audiovisual 1964-1983

Box 14, Folder 6-7

General: Maps - California Cities 1964-1967

Box 14, Folder 8-10

General: Maps - California Counties 1965-1967

Box 13, Folder 6

General: Maps - California State (Full) 1952-1969

Box 14, Folder 5

General: Maps - General Info 1962-1979

Box 13, Folder 7

General: Maps - Outside California (inc Europe, US, Mexico) 1968-1973

Box 13, Folder 8

General: Maps - Wine Tour 1988-1991

Box 13, Folder 9

General: Weights and Measures - General 1972

Box 13, Folder 10

General: Weights and Measures - Liquid 1941-1976

Box 13, Folder 11

General: Weights and Measures - Liters 1972-1976

Box 46, Folder 6

Grape and Wine Industry - Historical Data 1934-1965

Box 15, Folder 1-2

Marketing: Advertising - Wine (Christian Brothers) 1971-1983

Box 15, Folder 3

Marketing: Advertising - Wine (Equivalency Issue) 1985-1986

Box 15, Folder 4

Marketing: Advertising - Wine (Expenditures) 1976-1984

Box 16, Folder 5

Marketing: Advertising - Wine (Legislation) 1948-1986

Box 16, Folder 6

Marketing: Advertising - Wine (Statement of Principles) 1948-1978

Box 16, Folder 7-8

Marketing: Advertising - Wine (Uniform Standards) 1963-1980

Box 165, Folder 14

Marketing: Bargaining Associations 1960-1976

Box 88, Folder 2

Marketing: Federal State Market Annual Reports 1976

Box 15, Folder 5-6

Marketing: Federal State Market Annual Reports 1946-1953

Box 15, Folder 7-8

Marketing: Federal State Market Annual Reports 1954-1959

Box 15, Folder 9

Marketing: Federal State Market Annual Reports 1960-1962

Box 15, Folder 10-11

Marketing: Federal State Market Annual Reports 1963-1972

Box 16, Folder 1

Marketing: Federal State Market Annual Reports 1973-1980

Box 88, Folder 1

Marketing: Federal State Market Annual Reports 1977-1979

Box 16, Folder 2-3

Marketing: Federal State Market Annual Reports 1980-1983

Box 16, Folder 4

Marketing: Federal State Market Annual Reports 1984-1986

Box 88, Folder 5

Marketing: Grapes (General) 1950-1986

Box 88, Folder 6

Marketing: Grapes (Stabilization) 1948-1966

Box 88, Folder 3

Marketing: National Agricultural Marketing and Bargaining Act 1971

Box 88, Folder 9-10

Marketing: Raisins (General) 1940-1959

Box 88, Folder 4

Marketing: Raisins (General) 1960-1974

Box 88, Folder 7-8

Marketing: Wine (General) 1939-1985

Box 90, Folder 2

Packaging Equipment: Bottle Washers 1969-1975

Box 88, Folder 12

Packaging Equipment: Bottles 1964-1974

Box 91, Folder 5

Packaging Equipment: Bottles - Shapes (Regulations) 1942-1971

Box 91, Folder 4

Packaging Equipment: Bottles - Standards of Fill 1940-1973

Box 91, Folder 6-7

Packaging Equipment: Bottles - Standards of Fill 1941-1988

Box 91, Folder 10-11

Packaging Equipment: Bottles - Standards of Fill (Metric) 1970-1976

Box 90, Folder 4

Packaging Equipment: Bottles (Flasks) 1938-1950

Box 90, Folder 1

Packaging Equipment: Bottles (General) 1947-1982

Box 90, Folder 3

Packaging Equipment: Bottles (Manufacturing) 1962-1981

Box 90, Folder 5-6

Packaging Equipment: Bottles (Plastic) 1968-1982

Box 90, Folder 7

Packaging Equipment: Bottles (Specifications) 1973

Box 90, Folder 8

Packaging Equipment: Bottles (Wraps) 1960-1985

Box 88, Folder 13

Packaging Equipment: Bottling Lines 1949-1984

Box 90, Folder 9

Packaging Equipment: Cans (Canned Wine) 1954-1986

Box 90, Folder 10

Packaging Equipment: Cappers (Hist Value Only) 1945-1954

Box 90, Folder 11

Packaging Equipment: Cartons/Cases 1945-1982

Box 90, Folder 12

Packaging Equipment: Case Printers 1974-1982

Box 90, Folder 13

Packaging Equipment: Closures (Cork) 1947-1984

Box 90, Folder 14

Packaging Equipment: Closures (Synthetic) 1955-1986

Box 88, Folder 11

Packaging Equipment: General 1953-1984

Box 90, Folder 15

Packaging Equipment: Gift Packs 1950-1972

Box 90, Folder 16

Packaging Equipment: Glass 1959-1973

Box 90, Folder 17

Packaging Equipment: Jugs 1946-1973

Box 90, Folder 18

Packaging Equipment: Labeling 1949-1969

Box 90, Folder 19

Packaging Equipment: Packs/Pouches 1972-1983

Box 91, Folder 12

Packaging Equipment: Seals 1953-1982

Box 91, Folder 9

Packaging Equipment: Shipping Containers 1958-1971

Box 163, Folder 32

Production 1988

Box 89, Folder 1

Prohibition 1916-1973

Box 163, Folder 29

Prohibition: General 1962-1977

Box 89, Folder 8

Prohibition: Anti Views 1898-1949

Box 91, Folder 8

Prohibition: Church Views 1948-1962

Box 89, Folder 4-5

Prohibition: History 1920-1993

Box 89, Folder 9-10

Prohibition: History 1930-1993

Box 91, Folder 3

Prohibition: Neutral Views 1929-1969

Box 89, Folder 2-3

Prohibition: Pro Views 1907-1984

Box 89, Folder 7

Prohibition: Repeal 1916-1982

Box 91, Folder 1-2

Prohibition: Repeal 1932-1933

Box 89, Folder 6

Prohibition: Repeal 1937-1969

Box 17, Folder 2

Publications: Wines and Vines 1962-1979

Box 91, Folder 13

Quotations: Anecdotes 1952-1973

Box 92, Folder 3

Quotations: Authors undated

Box 91, Folder 15

Quotations: Misc. 1960-1977

Box 92, Folder 1-2

Quotations: Notables 1952-1976

Box 91, Folder 14

Quotations: Wine Institute 1967-1976

Box 92, Folder 4

Scholarships: Wine Industry 1957-1980

Box 92, Folder 5-6

Scholarships: Wine Institute - Fresno State 1953-1975

Box 92, Folder 9

Scholarships: Wine Institute - Fresno State (Student Awards) 1958-1974

Box 92, Folder 7

Scholarships: Wine Institute - Paul R. Heck Memorial Fund 1977

Box 92, Folder 8

Scholarships: Wine Institute - Publicity 1960-1985

Box 92, Folder 10

Scholarships: Wine Institute - San Francisco City College 1968-1971

Box 92, Folder 12-13

Scholarships: Wine Institute - Univ of Calif (Administrative) 1958-1975

Box 92, Folder 11

Scholarships: Wine Institute - Univ of Calif (Student Awards) 1959-1975

Box 17, Folder 8

Speeches: Adams, Leon D 1952-1966

Box 17, Folder 6

Speeches: Amerine Maynard, Dr 1942-1958

Box 17, Folder 7

Speeches: Baccigaluppi, Harry 1948-1963

Box 17, Folder 9

Speeches: Bartholomew, Frank H 1947-1963

Box 17, Folder 10

Speeches: Gage, Henry T 1957-1963

Box 17, Folder 11

Speeches: Gibson, Robert H 1959-1969

Box 17, Folder 12-13

Speeches: McColly, Don W 1950-1970

Box 17, Folder 4-5

Speeches: Misc A-Z 1952-1974

Box 17, Folder 14

Speeches: Petri, Louis 1950-1952

Box 17, Folder 15-16

Speeches: Peyser, Jefferson E 1946-1971

Box 17, Folder 17

Speeches: Rossi, Edmund A 1950-1962

Box 17, Folder 18

Speeches: Serlis, Harry G 1948-1972

Box 17, Folder 19

Speeches: Setrakian, A 1938-1971

Box 18, Folder 1

Speeches: Solari, B C 1959-1973

Box 18, Folder 2

Speeches: Wente, Herman L 1939-1956

Box 18, Folder 3

Speeches: Wente, Karl L 1971-1972

Box 18, Folder 4

Speeches: Williams, Howard 1951-1961

Box 18, Folder 6

Systems: Cost Accounting - Winery Depreciation 1949-1980

Box 18, Folder 5

Systems: Cost Accounting - Winery General 1947-1982

Box 18, Folder 7

Systems: Log An - Logistics Analysis Assn 1968-1977

Box 18, Folder 8

Systems: Metric 1979-1983

Box 18, Folder 9-10

Systems: UCAB - Numeric Code for Alcoholic Beverages 1975-1979

Box 18, Folder 11

Systems: Uniform Container Symbol 1978-1981

Box 19, Folder 4

Systems: Unimerc - Numeric Code for Alcoholic Beverages 1964-1966

Box 19, Folder 2-3

Systems: Unimerc - Numeric Code for Alcoholic Beverages 1967-1968

Box 19, Folder 1

Systems: Unimerc - Numeric Code for Alcoholic Beverages 1969-1970

Box 18, Folder 12-13

Systems: Unimerc - Numeric Code for Alcoholic Beverages 1971-1982

Box 19, Folder 5

Systems: Unimerc - Numeric Code for Alcoholic Beverages Working Papers 1967

Box 19, Folder 6-7

Terminology 1944-1984

Box 19, Folder 8-9

Tour Guidebooks 1949-1986

Box 167, Folder 10

White House Correspondence 1957

Box 25, Folder 9

Wine Apprecation: Vintage Wine - Vintage Charts 1945-1986

Box 20, Folder 6-7

Wine Appreciation: Auction 1962-1984

Box 20, Folder 8

Wine Appreciation: Auction - Catalogue of Rare and Fine Wines February 28, 1982

Box 20, Folder 11

Wine Appreciation: Auction - Fine and Rare Wines from the Collection of Vintage Imports November 17, 1981

Box 20, Folder 13

Wine Appreciation: Auction - Fine Wine Auction April 26, 1983

Box 21, Folder 3

Wine Appreciation: Auction - International Wine Auction June 26, 1985

Box 21, Folder 4

Wine Appreciation: Auction - International Wine Auction September 18, 1985

Box 20, Folder 17

Wine Appreciation: Auction - Napa Valley Wine Auction June 18, 1983

Box 20, Folder 18

Wine Appreciation: Auction - Napa Valley Wine Auction June 16, 1984

Box 20, Folder 19

Wine Appreciation: Auction - Napa Valley Wine Auction June 15, 1985

Box 21, Folder 9

Wine Appreciation: Auction - National Auction of Rare Wines May 31, 1973

Box 21, Folder 10

Wine Appreciation: Auction - National Auction of Rare Wines May 22, 1974

Box 21, Folder 11

Wine Appreciation: Auction - National Auction of Rare Wines May 26, 1977

Box 21, Folder 12

Wine Appreciation: Auction - National Auction of Rare Wines May 25, 1978

Box 20, Folder 9

Wine Appreciation: Auction - Sakowitz Wine Auction November 1, 1978

Box 21, Folder 1

Wine Appreciation: Auction - San Francisco International Wine Auction March 2, 1984

Box 21, Folder 2

Wine Appreciation: Auction - San Francisco International Wine Auction March 8, 1985

Box 20, Folder 10

Wine Appreciation: Auction - Sonoma County Wine Auction August 8, 1982

Box 20, Folder 14

Wine Appreciation: Auction - Sonoma County Wine Auction August 6, 1983

Box 20, Folder 15

Wine Appreciation: Auction - Sonoma County Wine Auction August 25, 1984

Box 20, Folder 16

Wine Appreciation: Auction - Sonoma County Wine Auction August 11, 1985

Box 21, Folder 5

Wine Appreciation: Auction - The Heublein Premiere National Auction of Rare Wines May 23, 1972

Box 21, Folder 6

Wine Appreciation: Auction - The Heublein Premiere National Auction of Rare Wines April 22, 1980

Box 21, Folder 7

Wine Appreciation: Auction - The Heublein Premiere National Auction of Rare Wines May 26, 1983

Box 21, Folder 8

Wine Appreciation: Auction - The Heublein Premiere National Auction of Rare Wines May 31, 1984

Box 20, Folder 12

Wine Appreciation: Auction - The Premiere National Auction of Rare Wines May 26, 1971

Box 20, Folder 1-2

Wine Appreciation: Customs - Cermonies 1947-1983

Box 20, Folder 3-4

Wine Appreciation: Customs - General 1946-1979

Box 20, Folder 5

Wine Appreciation: Customs - Holidays 1892-1979

Box 49, Folder 2-3

Wine Appreciation: Drama 1956-1964

Box 49, Folder 1

Wine Appreciation: Drama and Music 1935-1993

Box 22, Folder 12

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - Blair-Lee House Wine Cellar 1958-1981

Box 22, Folder 2

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - Carter Administration 1976-1979

Box 22, Folder 7

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - Eisenhower Administration 1977

Box 22, Folder 3

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - Ford Administration 1974-1976

Box 21, Folder 18

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - General 1973-1981

Box 22, Folder 4

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - Johnson Administration 1965-1983

Box 22, Folder 6

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - Kennedy Administration 1961-1963

Box 22, Folder 5

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - Nixon Administration 1969-1970

Box 21, Folder 13

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - Nixon Cellar 1970

Box 21, Folder 17

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - President Ford 1975

Box 21, Folder 16

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - Presidential Wines 1975

Box 23, Folder 5

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - Queen Elizabeth Visits 1957-1983

Box 22, Folder 1

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - Reagan Administration 1981-1986

Box 21, Folder 15

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - Robinson Wine Project 1970-1974

Box 22, Folder 9

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - Roosevelt Administration (F.D.R.) 1934-1948

Box 21, Folder 14

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - The White House Wine Cellar Book 1957-1972

Box 22, Folder 8

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - Truman Administration 1947-1949

Box 22, Folder 10-11

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - White House Wine Cellar 1957-1972

Box 23, Folder 6-7

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - White House Wine Service (Pre-Repeal) 1940-1997

Box 23, Folder 3-4

Wine Appreciation: Famous People - Wine Industry General 1870-1982

Box 49, Folder 4

Wine Appreciation: Fine Arts 1964-1985

Box 24, Folder 3-4

Wine Appreciation: History - Early Eras Biblical References 1948-1957

Box 23, Folder 8-9

Wine Appreciation: History - Early Eras Biblical References 1952-1968

Box 24, Folder 1-2

Wine Appreciation: History - Early Eras General 1958-1981

Box 24, Folder 5

Wine Appreciation: History - Libraries 1969-1983

Box 24, Folder 6

Wine Appreciation: History - Merchants 1942-1984

Box 24, Folder 7-9

Wine Appreciation: History - Museums 1966-1975

Box 24, Folder 10

Wine Appreciation: History - Origins of Types 1954-1982

Box 24, Folder 11

Wine Appreciation: History - Patron Saints 1938-1960

Box 23, Folder 1

Wine Appreciation: Industry 1912-1934

Box 50, Folder 1-3

Wine Appreciation: Lists undated

Box 24, Folder 12

Wine Appreciation: Misc - Artifacts 1972-1983

Box 25, Folder 1

Wine Appreciation: Misc - Storage (Damage, Light, etc) 1940-1973

Box 25, Folder 2-3

Wine Appreciation: Misc - Storage (Home) 1978-1985

Box 49, Folder 5-6

Wine Appreciation: Movies 1958-1984

Box 49, Folder 7

Wine Appreciation: Poetry 1904-1971

Box 23, Folder 2

Wine Appreciation: Production - Statistics 1936-1940

Box 49, Folder 8-9

Wine Appreciation: Prose 1964-1971

Box 22, Folder 13

Wine Appreciation: Santa Clara County 1951-1981

Box 22, Folder 14

Wine Appreciation: Santa Clara County - Booklets 1973-1975

Box 50, Folder 4

Wine Appreciation: Service (Airlines Articles) 1947-1985

Box 50, Folder 6

Wine Appreciation: Service (Airlines Correspondence) 1966-1975

Box 50, Folder 5

Wine Appreciation: Service (Airlines Legislation) 1955-1973

Box 50, Folder 8

Wine Appreciation: Service (Equipment: Botas) 1965-1983

Box 50, Folder 9

Wine Appreciation: Service (Equipment: Chillers and Coolers) 1961-1983

Box 50, Folder 10-11

Wine Appreciation: Service (Equipment: Corkscrews and Cork Extractors) 1946-1973

Box 50, Folder 12

Wine Appreciation: Service (Equipment: Decanters and Carafes) 1937-1982

Box 50, Folder 13

Wine Appreciation: Service (Equipment: Dispensers) 1951-1984

Box 50, Folder 7

Wine Appreciation: Service (Equipment: General) 1958-1972

Box 51, Folder 1

Wine Appreciation: Service (Equipment: Glasses) 1953-1982

Box 51, Folder 2

Wine Appreciation: Service (Equipment: Temperature Control) 1967-1973

Box 51, Folder 3-4

Wine Appreciation: Service (Equipment: Vessels) 1947-1983

Box 51, Folder 5

Wine Appreciation: Service (Scoring System) 1951-1976

Box 25, Folder 5-7

Wine Appreciation: Study Courses - Other Than College 1950-1974

Box 25, Folder 8

Wine Appreciation: Study Courses - Universities 1960-1976

Box 25, Folder 4

Wine Appreciation: Study Courses - Universities 1961-1983

Box 22, Folder 16

Wine Appreciation: Sunset Scenes 1894-1994

Box 26, Folder 2-3

Wine Appreciation: Wine and Food - Flavoring Agent 1964-1981

Box 26, Folder 1

Wine Appreciation: Wine and Food - General 1937-1977

Box 26, Folder 4

Wine Appreciation: Wine and Food - Origins 1963-1979

Box 26, Folder 5

Wine Appreciation: Wine and Food - Restaurants, Inns, Taverns 1910-1974

Box 26, Folder 6

Wine Appreciation: Wine and Food - Wine Cookery 1964-1985

Box 26, Folder 7

Wine Appreciation: Wine and Food - Wine-Flavored Products 1947-1962

Box 26, Folder 8

Wine Appreciation: Wine in the Arts - Cartoons undated

Box 26, Folder 9

Wine Appreciation: Wine in the Arts - Cartoons undated

Box 26, Folder 10

Wine Appreciation: Wine in the Arts - Cartoons undated

Box 51, Folder 8-10

Wine Appreciation: Wine Tasting - Parties 1955-1987

Box 52, Folder 12-13

Wine Appreciation: Wine Tasting - Taste Preferences 1954-1972

Box 53, Folder 1-2

Wine Appreciation: Wine Tasting - Taste Preferences 1954-1972

Box 51, Folder 6-7

Wine Appreciation: Wine Tasting - Testing and Judging 1964-1983

Box 22, Folder 15

Wine Appreciation: WINV By Fax 1994

Box 167, Folder 7

Wine Growers 1933-1938

Box 51, Folder 11-12

Wine-Related Publications: California Newsletter 1985-1987

Box 52, Folder 3

Wine-Related Publications: Finigan's Private Guide to Wines 1985

Box 52, Folder 4-5

Wine-Related Publications: General 1973-1984

Box 52, Folder 8

Wine-Related Publications: Kane Frank 1985-1987

Box 52, Folder 9

Wine-Related Publications: Kane Frank 1985-1987

Box 52, Folder 6

Wine-Related Publications: Miscellaneous A 1987-1991

Box 51, Folder 13

Wine-Related Publications: Miscellaneous C 1969-1987

Box 51, Folder 14

Wine-Related Publications: Miscellaneous D 1986-1987

Box 52, Folder 1

Wine-Related Publications: Miscellaneous E 1987

Box 52, Folder 2

Wine-Related Publications: Miscellaneous F 1987

Box 52, Folder 7

Wine-Related Publications: Miscellaneous I 1985-1986

Box 16, Folder 9

Wine-Related Publications: Miscellaneous N 1985-1991

Box 16, Folder 10

Wine-Related Publications: Miscellaneous O 1987

Box 16, Folder 11

Wine-Related Publications: Miscellaneous S 1986-1987

Box 16, Folder 12

Wine-Related Publications: Miscellaneous T 1985

Box 16, Folder 13

Wine-Related Publications: Miscellaneous W 1987-1991

Box 52, Folder 10-11

Wine-Related Publications: Pat Kennedy's Executive Newsletter 1984-1986

Box 17, Folder 3

Wine-Related Publications: The Wine Taster 1959-1970

Box 17, Folder 1

Wine-Related Publications: Wine Investor 1984

Box 16, Folder 14-16

Wine-Related Publications: Wine Investor 1985-1986

 

Wine Institute Operational and Research Files 1930-2000

Box 129, Folder 4

California History - Wine - Museums - Part 1 of 3 - Historical Collection of the Christian Brothers of California January 1961-November 1971

Scope and Contents

Newspaper and magazine article clippings and catalogs concerning the Historical Collection of the Christian Brothers of California and traveling exhibitions of the Collection before it was housed in the Wine Museum of San Francisco in 1974.
Box 129, Folder 5

California History - Wine - Museums - Part 2 of 3 - San Francisco Wine Museum / Wine Museum of San Francisco November 1970-September 1991

Scope and Contents

Newspaper and magazine article clippings and correspondence concerning the construction of the Wine Museum of San Francisco, brochures and catalogs of the Museum and its exhibitions during its years of operation (January 1974 - March 28, 1984), and correspondence concerning the disposition of assets after it closed.
Box 129, Folder 6

California History - Wine - Museums - Part 3 of 3 - Miscellaneous California wine museums in Sonora, Napa, Morgan Hill, Lodi, Guasti - Wine exhibits for California wine by the California Museum Foundation (1993) and the Paul Masson Collection (1959) November 1959-December 1991

Scope and Contents

Newspaper and magazine article clippings concerning the formation of California wine museums in Sonoma, Napa, Morgan Hill, Lodi, Guasti ; newspaper and magazine article clippings and correspondence concerning wine exhibits for California wine by the California Museum Foundation (1993) and the Paul Masson Collection (1959).
Box 130, Folder 3

Rory Callahan / New York Office of the Wine Institute of California December 1983

Scope and Contents

Documents and correspondence outlining the setting up of the New York Office of the Wine Institute of California. Documents include the position description for the Wine Institute's media relations position in New York City and the application of Rory P. Callahan for the position (he was hired), promotional public relations listings for media contacts in New York City, event planning for Wine Institute events including California wine tastings in New York, information on the marketing of California wine in New York, correspondence from Rory Callahan to Brian St. Pierre and other Wine Institute of California affiliates in California reporting on promotional activities for the Wine Institute of California in New York and updating plans and seeking guidance for changes in plans.
Box 130, Folder 1

Rory Callahan / New York Office of the Wine Institute of California November 1984

Scope and Contents

Files from the New York Office of the Wine Institute of California headed by Rory P. Callahan. The files contain correspondence from Rory Callahan reporting on the activities of the New York Office to Brian St. Pierre and others in the Wine Institute of California back in California. The correspondence contained listings of promotional activities in New York on behalf of the Wine Institute of California, listings of events including wine tastings of California wines in New York as well as reports on how the events went, reports on the marketing of California wine in New York, requests for guidance on how to navigate certain changes in plans, planning for the California Wine and Food Center in New York, planning for various educational ventures promoting California wine including a project with the Columbia University Business School, and copies of newspaper and magazine articles produced by the New York Office promoting Californa wines.
Box 135, Folder 29

Daily News Clipping May 1991

Box 135, Folder 30

Daily News Clipping June 1991

Box 135, Folder 31

Daily News Clipping July 1991

Box 135, Folder 32

Daily News Clipping August 1991

Box 135, Folder 33

Daily News Clipping September 1991

Box 135, Folder 1

Daily News Clipping October 1991

Box 135, Folder 2

Daily News Clipping November 1991

Box 135, Folder 3

Daily News Clipping December 1991

Box 135, Folder 4

Daily News Clipping January 1992

Box 135, Folder 5

Daily News Clipping February 1992

Box 135, Folder 6

Daily News Clipping March 1992

Box 135, Folder 7

Daily News Clipping April 1992

Box 135, Folder 8

Daily News Clipping May 1992

Box 135, Folder 9

Daily News Clipping June 1992

Box 135, Folder 10

Daily News Clipping July 1992

Box 135, Folder 11

Daily News Clipping August 1992

Box 135, Folder 12

Daily News Clipping September 1992

Box 135, Folder 13

Daily News Clipping October 1992

Box 135, Folder 14

Daily News Clipping November 1992

Box 135, Folder 15

Daily News Clipping December 1992

Box 135, Folder 16

Daily News Clipping January 1993

Box 135, Folder 17

Daily News Clipping February 1993

Box 135, Folder 18

Daily News Clipping March 1993

Box 135, Folder 19

Daily News Clipping April 1993

Box 135, Folder 20

Daily News Clipping May 1993

Box 135, Folder 21

Daily News Clipping June 1993

Box 135, Folder 22

Daily News Clipping August 1993

Box 135, Folder 23

Daily News Clipping September 1993

Box 135, Folder 24

Daily News Clipping November 1993

Box 135, Folder 25

Daily News Clipping December 1993

Box 135, Folder 26

Daily News Clipping February 1994

Box 135, Folder 27

Daily News Clipping March 1994

Box 135, Folder 28

Daily News Clipping April 1994

Box 131, Folder 1

John DeLuca Speaking engagements February-March 1977

Scope and Contents

Two speeches: Preliminary remarks by Jon De Luca given at the ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms) hearings in San Francisco, California on February 9, 1977 concerning the Wine Institute's opposition to the newly proposed regulations on wine by the ATF: "The Progress of Wine in America", an address by John A. De Luca, Ph.D., President of the Wine Institute, to the 170th Quarterly Dinner Meeting of the Society of Medical Friends of Wine, March 2, 1977, at the Metropolitan Club in San Francisco, California concerning his "vision of a future where recognition of the health values of wine will be universally recognized as the food beverage it is, the past unwarranted legal limitations on its distribution will largely have been removed, and it will be as freely available as any other food product on the grocery store shelves in every state, alongside those foods it is created to complement."
Box 131, Folder 2

John DeLuca Speaking engagements January-October 1978

Scope and Contents

Five speeches: Remarks by John De Luca before the Working Group on Prevention, Education, Information and Training of the Interagency Committee on Federal Activities for Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Washington, D.C., January 26, 1978, where he had been asked to meet with representatives from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, the Federal Trade Commission and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms before they embarked on a study of the effects of beverage alcohol product advertising to discuss from the point of view of the wine segment of the industry what commercial advertising is designed to accomplish and what kind of information is available on its effects: "Wine and Government" by John A. De Luca, President, Wine Institute, San Francisco, California for Wine Media Day, June 23, 1978, in San Francisco, California with remarks concerning how the wine industry is still treated as "a sin to be taxed" and wine "a commodity to be sacrificed in trade negotiations" by a "misinformed and ever-powerful government": "Declaration of Principles" by John A. De Luca, President, Wine Institute, San Francisco, California, for Wine Media Day, June 23, 1978, San Francisco California, where he presented ten principles concerning wine and the wine industry that he stated would be the basis of the future activities of the Wine Institute on behalf of the California wine industry whereby wine is recognized as a food and a "healthful" product when used as a "beverage of moderation", the wine industry is recognized as an agricultural industry and wine an American product therefore United States trade barriers against the expansion of California wine sales must be removed as well as international barriers to free trade to bring about equality of access to international markets, and how the Wine Institute can assist in bringing all these principles into reality: remarks given by John De Luca at the Pleanary Session of August 5, 1978 at the Japan-California Association Senior Executives' Meeting in Silverado, California on August 3-5, 1978 concerning international trade constraints on American wine: handwritten remarks by John De Luca to the Ad Club of San Francisco, California on October 4, 1978 concerning changes in the American public opinion of wine with it now being advertised as the "beverage of moderation" and the the possibility of the wine industry's growth and progress being frustrated by federal bureaucracies with neo-Prohibitionist sentiments that promote scare campaigns, punitive taxes, elimination of advertising, consumption controls, and other burdensome government regulations.
Box 131, Folder 3

John DeLuca Speaking engagements 1979

Scope and Contents

"The Wine Industry and the Changing Attitudes of Americans: An Overview" by J. A. De Luca printed as a chapter in "Fermented Food Beverages in Nutrition", it covers American attitudes towards wine from the beginning of the nation to Prohibition to the recovery after the Repeal to the present with characterizations of the American wine consumer.
Box 131, Folder 4

John DeLuca Speaking engagements February-November 1980

Scope and Contents

JDL notes for speech at the ASE (American Society of Enologists) meeting June 27, 1980 - Notes, correspondence, statistics, and reservation documents for John De Luca's speech as the Honorary Research Lecturer at the American Society of Enologists (ASE) 31st Annual Meeting June 25-28, 1980 in Los Angeles, California. The speech focused on the California wine industry with production statistics, export numbers to various countries, and barriers to fair access to international markets.
Box 131, Folder 5

John DeLuca Speaking engagements - ASE Speech June 27, 1980 June-July 1980

Scope and Contents

"California Wine and the International Scene: A Strategy for the 1980's" by John A. De Luca and "The Issue of Ingredient Labeling for Wine: Chronology of Events and Fact Sheet" were presented as a Honorary Guest Lecture at the American Society of Enologists 1980 Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, Calfornia on June 27, 1980 and at the Wine Media Day in San Francisco, California on July 15, 1980.
Box 131, Folder 6

John DeLuca Speaking engagements July-November 1981

Scope and Contents

Three speeches: "Fine Wine and True Grit" by John De Luca sent for publication to "Phil" in 1981 concerning California wine, the California wine industry, California wine international exports, the barriers in international markets for California wine, and the Wine Institute's role in alleviating these barriers through contacting various legislators and appealing for positive change for fair access to markets both international and domestic: a written transcript of an oral speech given by John De Luca at a Wine Media Day event in July 1981 where he spoke of wine and health, American public opinion about the benefits of wine, ingredient labeling legislation in the United States, "sin taxes" in the US, and the trend to consider wine a "food beverage" and "beverage of moderation" rather than just "alcohol": "How Government Affects Wine and Society" by John A. De Luca, Ph.D., given at the Wine, Health & Society Symposium on November 14, 1981 with the speech focussing on a brief history of public opinion of wine in the United States, how it is viewed today, various methods of regulating wine and alcohol by state and federal governments and their effects on the wine industry especially in California, and ways the Wine Institute is attempting to lead debate to positively influence the cultural acceptance of wine drinking in the United States by organizing alliances, establishing credibility, actively participating in the political process, and identifying consumer and public needs and advancing realistic proposals and programs to meet them in order to "pre-empt the repetition of moral self-righteousness, uninformed social activism, and misguided government controls".
Box 131, Folder 7

John DeLuca Speaking engagements 1982

Scope and Contents

"Setting the Record Straight On Wine" by John A. De Luca - a response piece to an article written by Peter Navarro and published in the Washington Post on January 4, 1982 titled: "What Have They Done To Wine", which advocated for a proposed U.S. federal regulation on the labeling of alcoholic beverages which had recently been rescinded by the Reagan administration under the claim that the costs of labeling outweighed the benefits. De Luca's piece deals with what he terms "the distortion of the "ingredient labeling" issue and the misrepresentation on the Administration's decision to rescind a costly and unwarranted regulatory burden" as "Navarro burnishes the slander that wine in its normal, moderate use poses a national health hazard."
Box 131, Folder 8

John DeLuca Speaking engagements January 1984

Scope and Contents

"The Legal Issues Before the Wine Industry" by John A. De Luca, President, Wine Institute - the speech was given at the 10th Wine Industry Technical Symposium held at the Hyatt San Jose in San Jose, California on January 28, 1984. The folder includes two photocopies of the speech and a copy of the published Proceedings of the Symposium which also contained the speech.
Box 131, Folder 9

John DeLuca Speaking engagements 1986

Scope and Contents

Correspondence, speeches, and preparatory documents for meetings with the Wine Industry Technical Symposium (WITS), the California Council for International Trade, and the World Business Council. Mr. De Luca was the master of ceremonies at the 12th Wine Industry Technical Symposium (WITS) January 17-18, 1986 in Santa Rosa, California and there is a packet of documents containing correspondence, handwritten notes, prepatory documents, and speeches from various presenters and dignataries including Robert Mondavi who was presented with the 1986 Leon D. Adams Award at the Symposium. "Health and Safety Index" by John A. De Luca, President, Wine Institute, presented at A Symposium on Wine, Health, and Society on February 14, 1986 in Washington, D.C. which sought to present wine and the wine industry as part of American culture and to discourage the concept of "alcohol equivalence" where "a drink is a drink" whether it be wine, beer, or spirits. Minutes and related documents for the April 7, 1986 meeting of the Napa Valley Vintners Association (John De Luca attended). Meeting minutes, newspaper articles, and correspondence related to the April 11, 1986 Annual Membership Meeting of the San Joaquin Valley Wine Growers Association held in Fresno, California (John De Luca attended as a special guest and speaker). Correspondence and newspaper articles concerning the April 3, 1986 California Council For International Trade meeting on the new GATT Round: Assessing Its Impact on California Business (John De Luca participated as a panelist and made a presentation). Correspondence and a copy of the Winter 1986 issue of Communique published by the World Business Council which contained a report on its May 1986 Napa Valley Conference (John De Luca attended and made a presentation).
Box 131, Folder 10

John DeLuca Speaking engagements 1987

Scope and Contents

Correspondence and meeting documents for presentations with the Paso Robles Grapegrowers Association, Marin Wine Marketers Roundtable, the Kenna Club, the Ag. Issue Center's Symposium, and the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture. Also included is a copy of the 1986 Grape Weed Control Research Progress Report. Correspondence and a directory of members is included for a presentation on February 12, 1987 to the Paso Robles Grapegrowers Association in Paso Robles, California. Correspondence for a May 15, 1987 presentation to the Marin Wine Marketers' Roundtable in Sausalito, California. Correspondence and a brochure for a May 21, 1987 presentation to The Kenna Club at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California titled: "The World of California Wines: Vineyard, Table, Heart". Correspondence and symposium information and documents for participation in the UC Davis Agricultural Issues Center's Symposium on Marketing California Specialty Crops held June 1-2, 1987 in Sacramento, California (John Welsch attended for John De Luca because he had to go to Washington D.C.). Correspondence and agenda for the October 27, 1987 meeting of the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA) and the Provincial Ministers of Agriculture in Reno, Nevada (John De Luca made a presentation on the "Outlook of the U.S. Wine Industry").
Box 131, Folder 11

John DeLuca Speaking engagements - 1988 - Part 1 of 2 1988

Scope and Contents

Correspondence, invitation, and newspaper articles for a gala titled: "Salute to John Parducci", held January 22, 1988 in San Francisco, California (John De Luca attended and was a presenter). Correspondence and informational documents for the Graduate Institute of Cooperative Leadership Board Chairman/CEO Conference held in St. Helena, California on March 8-10, 1988 titled: "Reorganizing and Restructuring For the 1990's" (John De Luca gave a presentation titled "Politics of the Wine Economy"). Correspondence and conference documents including a wine industry registration list and Conference Speaker's Guide as well as participant evaluations for the 1988 Wine Industry Conference sponsored by the California Society of Certified Public Accountants (John De Luca gave a presentation).
Box 131, Folder 12

John DeLuca Speaking engagements - 1988 - Part 2 of 2 February-March 1988

Scope and Contents

Correspondence, newspaper articles, conference documents, speech texts, and four audio cassettes of the Bay Area Council 1988 Outlook Conference held on February 10, 1988 in San Francisco, California. John De Luca gave a presentation titled: "The Outlook for California Wines". An audio cassette of his presentation was mailed to him along with press coverage of the event in March 1988. Mr. De Luca requested and was sent copies of the texts prepared by Jerry Sanders, Bob Swanson, George Keller and John Akers for their addresses at the 1988 Outlook Conference. Also enclosed was a set of audio cassettes of the entire conference.
Box 131, Folder 13

John DeLuca Speaking engagements April-October 1989

Scope and Contents

Correspondence, newspaper articles, and invitation to Concannon Vineyard Millennium celebration on May 13, 1989 in Livermore, California (John De Luca was invited as a speaker). Correspondence and Forum program documents for the Agribusiness Lending Forum sponsored by Bank of America on August 2-3, 1989 in Sacramento, California (John De Luca was asked to give a presentation titled: "Wineries and Wine Marketing"). Correspondence, newspaper articles, Winery Training Seminar information and notes, and program and schedule for the Beringer Alumni Reunion held August 23-25, 1989 in St. Helena, California (John De Luca gave the banquet keynote address). Correspondence and Convention information for the 11th Annual National Wine Distribution Association Convention held September 16-19, 1989 in Santa Rosa, California (John De Luca was invited to give the keynote address). Correspondence, programme outline and information, speaker profiles, and seminar information for the New Perspectives - Wine, Culture and Social Issues Symposium hosted by the Wine Institute of California on October 16, 1989 in London (John De Luca gave the opening speech). Correspondence, newspaper articles, and meeting information for the International Wine and Spirit Competition 3rd International Congress held in London October 16-17, 1989 (John De Luca was asked to outline the current issues in the alcoholic beverage field from an American perspective and discuss their impact on the United Kingdom and other countries).
Box 131, Folder 14

John DeLuca Speaking engagements January-April 1990

Scope and Contents

Correspondence, conference programs and information, photographs, and an audio cassette for speaking engagements with three entities. Correspondence and seminar information for a California Association of Winegrape Growers meeting hosted by Glen Ellen Vineyards and Winery of Sonoma Valley titled "Hot Topics Seminar" held in Sonoma, California on February 1, 1990 concerning the theme of "Sales and Marketing Environment". John De Luca with Bob Hartzell, President of the California Association of Winegrape Growers, spoke on the topic of "The Connelly Initiative", a proposed California state initiative that would have had a perceived negative impact on California growers and vintners. Correspondence and conference information for "Expanding Profits For California Growers Under the FTA: Solving Problems and Setting Agendas - A Conference of Worksops and Assessments" held on April 5, 1990 in Sacramento, California and sponsored by The Commonwealth Club of California and the U.S.-Canada Business Institute of the School of Business at San Francisco State University. The purpose of the Conference was to focus on the specific problems in the food and wine sectors of the California economy that were perceived to be responsible for hindering freer trade flows between Canada and the United States under the recently passed Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement. The Wine Institute was a co-sponsor for the Conference and John De Luca presided over the Wine Exporters Panel. Correspondence, seminar information, panelist questions, photographs of John De Luca presenting as a panelist, an audio cassette of the meeting, and a complete list of attendees for the annual luncheon meeting for the California Beverage Retailers Association, co-sponsored with the Beverage Bulletin, held on April 12, 1990 in Los Angeles, California. John De Luca represented the California Wine Institute as a panelist at the meeting with the theme of the meeting titled: "1990s -- The Road of the Future". The purpose of the meeting was to invite each of the five selected panelists (John De Luca, President of The Wine Institute; Jim McDermott of the Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of California; Paul De Nio of the California Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association; Gary Nateman, general counsel of the Beer Institute; and Richard Crisp of DISCUS) to share with the audience, which consisted of the majority of major chain store liquor buyers in Southern California, what major concerns and problems face the licensed beverage industry in the years ahead and how each segment of the industry proposes to face those challenges individually and collectively.
Box 131, Folder 15

John DeLuca Speaking engagements August-December 1991

Scope and Contents

Correspondence, Conference Speaker's Guide, and conference program for the California Society of Certified Public Accountants 1991 Wine Industry Conference held December 6, 1991 in Rohnert Park, California. John De Luca gave a presentation on "What's New in the Wine Industry?" covering topics such as the political environment, health issues, state excise tax, labelling, wine education, and A.W.A.R.E and M.A.D.D.
Box 131, Folder 16

John DeLuca Speaking engagements - 1993 - Part 1 of 2 January-July 1993

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Correspondence, conference programs and schedules, background documents and statistics for speeches given to three entities. Correspondence and the January 1993 issue of "Spotlight on World Affairs" published by the World Affairs Council of Northern California which described a Council Forum program titled: "The California Wine Industry as an International Player". John De Luca addressed the World Affairs Council of Northern California on January 25, 1993 at this Council Forum program held in San Francisco, California and provided an overview of the California wine industry, examining where California wines were being sold and what challenges they were facing. Correspondence, registration information, programs, list of conference participants, and prepatory documents for a conference titled: "NAFTA: Promise or Peril? - An exploration of the ramifications of NAFTA and its consequences for Californians" held April 23, 1993 in San Francisco, California and organized by the Pacific Research Institute For Public Policy and Morrison & Foerster. Governor Pete Wilson was the featured keynote speaker. The purpose of the forum was to bring together the views of experts from business, government, think tanks, and the academic community. John De Luca was a panelist under the break-out session for "Agriculture". Correspondence, program, and prepatory documents for a presentation on "The Future of the California Wine Industry" given by John De Luca at the close of a three week course on "Management, Marketing and Economics of the California Wine Industry" on July 16, 1993 at the UC Davis, Department of Viticulture and Enology. Background documents include: "Science and Research: The Path for Wine's Future"; "House of Representatives Report on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill, 1994"; an April 2, 1993 letter from Senators Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer to the President of the United States concerning the damage increased excise taxes on wine would have on the California wine industry and promoting the Wine Institute's citation of dozens of studies claiming that wine used in moderation is not a health risk; "Harvard's New Mediterranean Diet Guidelines Include Wine" published by the Wine Institute in their Research News Bulletin publication; "Profile of the Wine Drinker - Perceptions and Attitudes" published by the Wine Institute in their "Issue In Focus" publication; and "Summary of Studies On Consumption Trends and the Perception of Wine" published by the Wine Institute.
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John DeLuca Speaking engagements - 1993 - Part 2 of 2 July-November 1993

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Correspondence, background documents, seminar descriptions and schedules, and itineraries for presentations to three entities. Correspondence and background documents for a presentation to Women For Winesense, Napa and Sonoma Chapters, in Napa, California on July 21, 1993. John De Luca gave a presentation titled: "The Impact of Current Scientific Research On U.S. Public Wine Policy" and "International Wine Trade Issues". Women for Winesense is a pro-active and educational group seeking to clarify the issue of wine's place in a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Correspondence, Guide For Presenters - California Dreamin', Sunday Seminars - Descriptions and Schedule, California Dreamin' Guest Itinerary, seminar information, and background documents for a presentation by John De Luca titled: "The Future of the California Wine Industry -- A Social Perspective" presented on September 26, 1993 in San Francisco, California as part of the California Dreamin' trade visit. Mr. De Luca was invited to teach a seminar and gave a presentation that described the positive public policy developments in America concerning wine and the implications of these developments on the world's wine industries. Two packets of correspondence, itineraries, and background documents for use in an Educational Tour given to California lawmakers sponsored by the Wine Institute. On October 20, 1993 Jim Brulte and colleagues were taken on the Educational Tour and on November 29, 1993 Willie Brown, Junior and colleagues were taken on the Educational Tour. Suggested themes: industry trends and developments such as consumer buying marketing trends, the impact of recent excise tax increases, depressed economy, phylloxera, industry employment policies on use of farm labor contractors and hiring practices for documented aliens, export competition; 21st Amendment and subsequent history of individual states' trade barriers such as tied-house restrictions and interstate shipments; existing recycling efforts such as voluntary bottle re-use, mandatory minimum cullet percentages, and analysis of Bottle Bill Law; wine being a part of a wellness diet and lifestyle; and recent modifications in the Code of Advertising Standards. Interesting that the "suggested themes" differed slightly depending on whether the Educational Tour was being given to Democrat or Republican lawmakers.
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John DeLuca Speaking engagements 1994

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Correspondence, background and preparatory documents, notes, conference programs, and Short Course information for presentations made to six entities. Correspondence for John De Luca speaking engagement at the California North Coast Grape Growers Association seminar on February 16, 1994 in Healdsburg, California on the topics of NAFTA-GATT and Rhone varietals. The seminar was to address the ramification of the two international trade agreements that would have the potential to create dramatic, long-range market effects for the wine industry. Those changes needed to be taken into account by growers in their planting and marketing strategies. What to plant is always a difficult, long-range decision for growers. A new and exciting option are the grape varieties which are popular in the Rhone region of France. Speakers were to provide current information to the members. Correspondence and attendee list for a dinner sponsored by the Directors of the Centre for Information on Beverage Alcohol on April 14, 1994 in Rutherford, California. John De Luca was aked to speak on the work of the Wine Institute with particular reference to its health and educational activities. Correspondence, conference registration documents and program, background and prepatory documents, as well as notes in preparation for presentation at the National Alcoholic Beverage Control Association's (NABCA) 57th Annual Conference held in San Diego, California on March 14-19, 1994. John De Luca was asked to be a panelist in an "Alcohol in the United States" panel and was asked to discuss the current status and probable future of the alcohol beverage industry in the United States. Each panelist was to field questions not only submitted in advance but also questions from the floor while at the same time voicing their industry views. Correspondence and information and schedule of events for a presentation at the summer board meeting of the Glass Packaging Institute held at Pebble Beach, California on June 27, 1994. John De Luca spoke on the impact of regulation on the wine industry in California. Correspondence, program information, course agenda, and materials for a speaking engagement at the OIV Winery Economics and Marketing Short Course at UC Davis. John De Luca gave a presentation titled "The Interaction of Politics and Economics in Marketing California Wine" on July 22, 1994 at the UC Davis, Department of Viticulture and Enology. Correspondence and information for a speaking engagement at the Sun-Maid Growers of California 82nd Annual Meeting held in Fresno, California on December 3, 1994. John De Luca was asked to speak on the mission and activities of the Wine Institute and California grape production and utilization 1984 to date and to year 2000 as well as an overview of the grape and wine industries with a review of the past ten years and where these industries hope to be by the year 2000.
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John DeLuca Speaking engagements 1995

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Correspondence, background documents, and conference and symposium information as well as an audio cassettte tape for speaking engagements with six entities. One audio cassette with label reading: "Forum: Corporate Subsidies - February 2, 1995 - KQED-FM". No other information or documentation regarding the forum was included. John De Luca gave a presentation titled: "Reducing Trade Barriers : International Issues Impacting Growers & Vintners", at the 1995 Unified Wine and Grape Industry Symposium held January 17-19, 1995 in Sacramento, California and sponsored by the American Society for Enology and Viticulture, California Association of Winegrape Growers, and Wine Industry Tactical Symposium in cooperation with the American Vintners Association, California State University at Fresno, Family Winemakers of California, University of California at Davis, and the Wine Institute. Mr. De Luca was asked to deliver the keynote address at the opening of WineTECH '95 titled: "Changing Political Perceptions of Wine", at the Wine TECH 1995 conference held concurrently with the Grape TECH 1995 conference on January 31-February 2, 1995 in Sacramento, California. Mr. De Luca's speech description read: "For two decades, wine has been targeted for regulations and restrictions as the result of an orchestrated effort to blur the key distinction between use and abuse and even attack moderate consumption. More recently, long-term efforts to reposition wine in American society, from a "gateway drug" to a legitimate lifestyle choice, have begun to shift social and political perceptions of the beverage. Congressional directives to support and assist research into the benefits of moderate wine and alcohol consumption, unthinkable just a short time ago, are a sign of the profound change. The presentation will explore causes and consequences of political perceptions of wine at the federal, state, and international level, and offer insights on current and future public policy developments affecting wine." John De Luca gave a presentation titled: "Wine, Science and Public Policy", at the 61st Annual National Conference of State Liquor Administrators (NCSLA) held June 17-22, 1995 in Chicago, Illinois. John De Luca made a presentation at an informational hearing held by the California Legislature Assembly Select Committee on California Wine Production and Economy on August 23, 1995 in Sacramento, California which was held "to provide general information regarding the state of the industry and to hear specific accomplishments and concerns related to one of the most important segments of California's economy". John De Luca had agreed to participate in a panel on International Wine Marketing, specifically Export Marketing, at the North Bay International Trade Exposition, sponsored by the North Bay Public Higher Education Partnership, specifically University of California Berkeley Extension, Sonoma State University, and Santa Rosa Junior College, held on November 9, 1995 in Rohnert Park, California, however, Joe Rollo ended up attending in John De Luca's place. John De Luca was invited to present the keynote address at the 1995 Wine Industry Conference sponsored by the California Certified Public Accountants Education Foundation on December 1, 1995 in Napa, California, presenting "An Industry Overview" for the wine industry.
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John DeLuca Speaking engagements April-November 1996

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Correspondence, background documents, conference documents and ephemera, and one audio cassette for speaking engagements with four entities. One audio cassette with a post-it note: "Last Day #2". No other information was included with the tape. John De Luca was a guest speaker at the Napa Valley Vintners Association General Membership Meeting held on April 2, 1996 possibly in St. Helena, California. John De Luca presented a speech titled: "The California Wine Industry: Present Situation and Future Prospects", at the X Agribusiness Conference sponsored by the Institute of Agribusiness at Santa Clara University on May 13, 1996 in Santa Clara, California. John De Luca participated on the Industry Trade Association Panels of the 62nd Annual Meeting of the National Conference of State Liquor Administrators (NCSLA) held June 9-13, 1996 in South Kaohala Beach on the "Big Island" of Hawaii. John De Luca was the Guest Speaker at a Rare Wine Auction and Dinner in celebration of the establishment of The California Culinary Academy Educational Foundation held November 16, 1996 in San Francisco, California.
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John DeLuca Speaking engagements February-May 1997

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Correspondence, conference information and documents, and one videotape for speaking engagements with two entities. John De Luca addressed the California Legislature Assembly Governmental Organization (G.O.) Committee as the only scheduled witness representing the wine industry on March 5, 1997 in Sacramento, California. He was requested to comment on the wine industry's economic contributions to the state's economy; impact of excise taxes on wineries' profitability; legislation banning the sale of dessert wines in convenience stores; duplicative authority of local governments to impose product restrictions at full-serve liquor stores, convenience stores, supermarkets, and on-sale licensees; TV advertising bans, such as HR 9 (B. Thompson and Perata); health benefits related to moderate wine consumption; and ABC's effectiveness as an enforcement agency. John De Luca gave a speech titled: "Significant Developments in Federal Health Policy on Alcohol Beverages", followed by remarks at the 54th Annual Convention of the Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of America (WSWA) held on May 17-20, 1997 in Orlando, Florida. A videotape with a label titled: "WSWA - John De Luca, Owsley Brown" is included. In an article from the Convention Commemorative Edition of the publication "Upfront" published by the Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of America, an article titled: "Using Science and Media To Tout Moderation", highlighted John De Luca's speech and remarks: "The Wine Institute's long-term effort to translate scientific findings regarding alcohol and health into public policy is not a "wedge" issue between wine, beer and spirits, said Wine Institute President John DeLuca. "The core issue is, 'How are we perceived by the people and the public of this country?,'" DeLuca said. "The way to change those perceptions to include the entire, balanced picture of alcohol use in this country is to have the mainstream media report on credible, independent research supporting the healthy aspects of alcohol consumption." His overriding concern is the way alcohol is being defined and perceived in the United States. After the issue of tobacco liability is defined, DeLuca believes the same state attorneys general and liability lawyers now involved in tobacco issues will pursue liability agreements with the alcohol beverage industry. The Institute's two most important actions against such a possibility have been to have the federal government agree to include moderate drinking in their Federal basic nutritional guidelines and to convince Congress to use taxpayer dollars to fund research into the health benefits of moderate consumption. "Getting the government to look into the benefits of moderation was a credibility factor," DeLuca said. "The overseer of this program is the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, which I requested so that no one would ever say the results were bought and paid for by the industry.""
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John DeLuca Speaking engagements - 1998 - Part 1 of 2 January-November 1998

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Correspondence, conference documents, background information, and hand-outs for speaking engagements with four entities. John De Luca was a featured speaker at the 200th Quarterly Dinner Meeting of The Society of Medical Friends of Wine on January 14, 1998 in San Francisco, California with the topic of the evening being the initiation of a series of white papers on the contribution of wine as part of a healthy lifestyle and the title of Mr. De Luca's address being: "The Future of Wine and Health", with the original speech text and copies included. Also included was a copy of an editorial John De Luca submitted to the San Francisco Examiner on July 18, 1996 titled: "Wine Science and the Public". John De Luca conducted a symposium titled: "Changing Public Perception: The Dynamics Between the Media and Government", at the 70th Annual National Institute on Cooperative Education (NICE) held August 3-6, 1998 in Anaheim, California and sponsored by the National Council of Farmer Cooperatives (NCFC) Education Foundation. A presentation synopsis for Symposium 9 read: "At the heart of influence and power for associations and industries dealing with societal and national institutions is the public's perception of their standing and image. For example, is wine a "sin" to be taxed and a "gateway drug" or is it a cultural lifestyle choice and, in moderation, part of a healthy diet such as proposed in the new federal Dietary Guidelines? The interaction between government and the media, more so than traditional public relations, heavily determines and shapes the outcome of such debates. Industry equity and political, economic, financial and marketing aims are subordinated to the strategic importance of national perception. The Wine Institute's program of third party scientific research, disseminated to the mass media as news, will be discussed within the context of major public policy goals before the states, Congress and the courts, rather than classic trade association promotional aims. Major implications for agriculture in the national and international areas will also be examined." John De Luca gave a speech on the topic: "Wine and Science: Fact or Fiction", at the YPO Vancouver Conference held September 23-27, 1998 in Vancouver, Canada. It was suggested Mr. De Luca discuss the Dietary Guidelines and the Wine Institute' label submission; the latest medical information available and the impact it has had on wine; and the Wine Institute's lead in this arena. John De Luca was the keynote speaker at the 57th Annual Convention of the Brewers' Association of America (BAA) held October 25-27, 1998 in Boulder, Colorado and gave a presentation titled: "Wine and Beer DO Mix". In a letter addressed to Mr. De Luca, Gary Galanis of BAA wrote: "Although we would never consciously mix wine and beer together, it makes perfect sense to do so in this forum. Many of our brewer members are in situations similar to our wine brethren from a marketing standpoint and would benefit greatly from your view on market access. Additionally, it would be great to hear how the Wine Institute was able to capitalize on the "French Paradox" report from "60 Minutes" and the public relations struggles you have gone through to get the health "message" out. Hearing what your organization does in terms of alcohol education and responsible consumption will be very valuable as well."
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John DeLuca Speaking engagements - 1998 - Part 2 of 2 October 1998

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Correspondence, background documents, and workshop information for a speaking presentation by John De Luca at the National Advertising Division (NAD) Workshop IX - "Advertising, The Internet, and Rising To New Challenges" - held October 29, 1998 in San Francisco, California. Mr. De Luca spoke at Panel IV: "Hot Button Issues in Advertising", and was asked to speak on the current status of alcohol advertising and the wine industry's system of self regulation which he addressed in a speech titled: "Alcoholic Beverage Advertising Today".
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John DeLuca Speaking engagements - 1999 - Part 1 of 2 January 1999

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Correspondence, background documents, symposium documents, and transcript of speech by John De Luca at the 1999 Unified Wine & Grape Symposium held January 20-21, 1999 in Sacramento, California. Mr. De Luca wasa the final keynote speaker at the General Session entitled: "America as Part of the Global Market". He was asked to present his view of the challenges the wine industry faced in trade, public policy and the media and his vision of what the wine industry can do to shape its destiny.
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John DeLuca Speaking engagements - 1999 - Part 2 of 2 March-November 1999

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Correspondence, background documents, and conference materials for speaking engagements with six entities. John De Luca was the guest keynote address speaker at the 7th Annual Toast to California Trade Luncheon held May 5, 1999 in Toronto, Canada which preceded the annual California Wine Fair also held in Toronto. Mr. De Luca was asked to focus his talk on the efforts of the California wine industry to promote moderate wine consumption as part of a healthy lifestyle. It was suggested that this message would be relevant to the retail and on-premise members of the audience in that it positions wine not as a commodity, but rather a product that contributes to the overall enjoyment of life. Canadian trade would also be very interested in the efforts put forth by the Wine Institute to ensure that consumers receive a balanced message about the effects of responsible wine consumption. Perhaps his presentation could include how the entire wine community - trade, media, restauranteurs and sales agents can work together to ensure that the public is fully aware of the potential healthful benefits of moderate wine consumption. John De Luca was a luncheon speaker at the World Trade Club of San Francisco Roundtable Luncheon held on September 9, 1999 in San Francisco, California. Among the topics Mr. De Luca was to address were challenges and opportunities for California wine both here and abroad as well as the anti-alcohol lobby and the growing bans and barriers to consumer access to wine and alcohol. John De Luca made a presentation titled: "Influencing Public Opinion", at the National Directors Conference of the Farm Credit System Bank Directors held September 12-15, 1999 in Napa, California. A transcript of the 1999 National Directors Conference Speaker Conference Call held August 25, 1999 to discuss audience expectations regarding the presentations included John De Luca who indicated he was working on two bills in California: Wine Bill, and: K-12 Agriculture in the Classroom. He was including the bill information in his presentation along with a wine industry case study turnaround and the changing of public opinion to a favorable opinion of the wine industry. "No one wanted to lend the wine industry money five, eight, or ten years ago. Due to the change in attitude, now, they all want to lend us money." John De Luca was the dinner speaker at the 8th Annual Wine Industry Financial Symposium's VIP Dinner held September 15, 1999 in Napa, California. John De Luca was invited to speak to the Myers' Family Advisory Board on September 20, 1999 in Napa, California. The Myers family had been involved in California agriculture for more than 30 years and was a major shareholder of Chalone Winery with very large wine grape developments in Clarksburg, California and Lake County, California with further business interests in agricultural holdings that included avocadoes, citrus, pears, and irrigated farmland. It was hoped Mr. De Luca could address: "The structure of the wine industry - a California perspective". It was believed that Mr. De Luca was uniquely qualified to address the implications of increasing supplies, significant competition from French and Chilean imports (as well as Australia and other European countries), and the challenge of sustaining growth in the U.S. The Board was particularly interested in Mr. De Luca's views with respect to the structure of the wine industry from a strategic perspective. The Advisory Board was particularly interested in the following issues: What is the fundamental outlook for the premium wine grape industry globally? Is the California wine grape industry well positioned to succeed in a more competitive environment? How can the narrow base of consumers which have been key to the growth in premium wines be expanded? Can a superior wine grape producer (as opposed to a winery) develop a brand? What are the strategic elements most essential to the long-term economic health of the Caifornia premium wine grape industry? John De Luca was asked to speak at a number of different functions prior to and during the Salute to California at the 9th Annual International Festival of Wine and Food held October 29-31, 1999 in Banff, Canada. Mr. De Luca was asked to speak at the California Treasures Tasting and Luncheon and the Orientation Seminar on October 29, 1999, present a special gift at the Salute to Hollywood Gala Dinner on October 30, 1999, and make closing comments at the Napa Luncheon held October 31, 1999. Included are copies of a number of thank you notes John De Luca wrote to the organizers of the Banff festival.
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John DeLuca Speaking engagements 2000

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Correspondence, conference and speaking information, and press materials for speaking engagements with seven entities. John De Luca was asked to make a presentation about the activities and goals of the Wine Institute as well as issues facing the wine industry at the National Alcohol Beverage Control Association (NABCA) Board of Directors Meeting held January 5-9, 2000 in Tucson, Arizona. Mr. De Luca's appearance was seen as a great opportunity for the Wine Institute to expand the relationship and cooperation between NABCA and the wine industry as even though they might not all sell wine, all of them had the responsibility of regulating the wine trade. Mr. De Luca's presentation was considered important for NABCA to understand the impact of the advertising resolutions put before NABCA by the Joint Committee of the States. The Board ended up supporting a resolution calling for the three segments of the adults beverage industry to continue to discuss the possibility of having one code of advertising for the industry. While it was acknowledged that difference of philosophy and culture exists amongst the industry, the Board felt that a continued dialogue was necessary and warranted. John De Luca led a discussion concerning: "Agriculture: Results of the WTO -- and what lies ahead?", at the 2nd Annual Monterey Congressional Forum sponsored by the California Council for International Trade held January 6-8, 2000 in Monterey, California. The theme for Monterey Forum 2000 was: "U.S. Trade Policy Faces the Third Millennium". John De Luca was invited to attend and meet and address the Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of America (WSWA) Board of Directors at the 2000 WSWA Convention held April 29-May 2, 2000 in Boston, Massachusetts. It was expressed that enhancing the long time relationship between the Wine Institute and the Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of America was a commitment and, even though there were issues that the two organizations were not in agreement, they did agree in the areas of 21st Amendment Rights and the Three Tier System and they should work together on those issues. John De Luca prepared remarks for a meeting of The Agricultural Network Board of Directors held May 5, 2000 in Sacramento, California titled: "Agriculture's Role in Ag Education". The Ag Network had played an important role in passing the Agricultural Education Act of 1999, significantly influencing the California statewide ag literacy program. John De Luca spoke at the Wine Industry Task Force Spring Meeting sponsored by the National Conference of State Legislatures held May 19-21, 2000 in Sonoma County, California. John De Luca gave a presentation with Representative George Radanovich (R-Fresno) titled: "The National Political Landscape in 2001", at Wine and Politics 2001, the 2nd Annual Legislative and Regulatory Summit For the U.S. Wine Industry held December 8, 2000 in Napa, California. Topics addressing the real political issues affecting the wine industry in 2000 and 2001 included state-by-state legislation, direct shipment, environmental battles, geographic brand labeling, vineyard assessments, fruit-flavored wines, and the results of the 2000 election. John De Luca was also able to pursuade Attorney General Bill Lockyer to agree to be the Keynote Speaker with a suggested presentation title of: "The Future of California Agriculture Amid the Challenges of Environmental Protection and Enforcement". John De Luca spoke at a Pierce's Disease Symposium sponsored and held at UC Davis on December 12-14, 2000. The Symposium was titled: "Pierce's Disease and the Glassy-Winged Sharpshooter in California: Reviewing and Defining Critical Research Agenda", and Mr. De Luca gave a speech titled: "Economic Impact of Pierce's Disease to Wine, Table, and Raisin Grapes", during the Session 6 Public Forum.
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John DeLuca Speaking engagements January-April 2001

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Correspondence and conference information for speaking engagements with three entities. John De Luca agreed to be a presenter but then later cancelled his speaking engagement at the 3rd Annual Monterey Congressional Forum on International Trade Policy sponsored by the California Council For International Trade held January 10-12, 2001 in Monterey, California. The theme for the Forum, in light of issues raised at the Seattle WTO Ministerial, was titled: "Trade Policy for the 21st Century: Strategies for Sustainable Global Commerce", and the Forum was advertised as "a very practical opportunity for Members of Congress to learn about current trade issues and participate in open dialogue and discussions with the private sector and leaders of a panoply of organizations involved with trade policy development". Mr. De Luca was supposed to participate on the session titled: "Business Strategies on Agribusiness Issues", but cancelled with no note as to why. John De Luca spoke at the February 20, 2001 meeting of the Rotary Club of Woodside-Portola Valley in Woodside, California concerning developments in various aspects of the vintner's world. John De Luca was the invited speaker at the Wine Industry Task Force Spring Meeting - Field Hearing sponsored by the National Conference of State Legislatures held March 30-31, 2001 in Monterey, California. A number of industry experts had been invited to provide their expertise on the issues currently impacting the wine industry, not only in California but also throughout the country. Task Force members were given the opportunity to share information about their state wine industry and issues of concern to the legislature.
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John DeLuca Speaking engagements - 2002 - Part 1 of 2 2002

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Correspondence, background documents, and conference packets for speaking engagements with six entities. John De Luca was an invited speaker at the 2002 North Bay Economic Outlook Conference organized and hosted by the School of Business and Economics at Sonoma State University held on February 7, 2002 in Rohnert Park, California. The theme of the Conference was: "The North Bay Economy: Positioning for Recovery". Mr. De Luca was a member of the "Wine and Tourism" discussion panel. Each panelist was asked to address three key questions: How has the downturn in the U.S. economy affected your industry in the North Bay? Is there any sign of recovery yet in your industry? How are you positioning your company/organization for recovery? Other topics to consider addressing were: How important is your industry to the North Bay economy? Will your industry lead or lag the recovery? What new technologies or trends will drive growth? What are banks, investors, and the government doing to prime the system? Are they doing enough? What strategies should a company in your industry employ going forward? What are the biggest challenges and opportunities in the decade ahead for your industry? Is your industry ready? John De Luca was invited to give a presentation to the Twenty-One Fund Annual Meeting held in Monterey, California on April 16-21, 2002. From notes: "The "Twenty One Fund Group" is an investment group which was started 30 years ago with 21 members (all men). The portfolio of the group is valued at $1 million and is divided equally among the 21 members. Once a year the group meets at a location (this year it's Monterey) and invites a guest speaker to address them with regard to investment opportunities. They would like Mr. De Luca to talk about what is going on in the wine industry. They are looking for information on publicly owned wineries and distilleries and Mr. De Luca's input as to which companies he would consider good investments. John De Luca was invited to help celebrate Paul Dolan's 25th Anniversary as Winemaker and President with Fetzer Vineyards held June 22, 2002 in Hopland, California. In addition to the anniversary party, Mr. De Luca was a speaker at the Fetzer Vineyards Growers Day Celebration held June 19-20, 2002 in Hopland, California presenting on: "Wine Business Sustaiability Plank". John De Luca was a speaker at the 3rd WineVision Annual Meeting held July 10-11, 2002 in Napa, California. WineVision was promoting a new inititative called: "Put the Consumer First". John De Luca participated in a panel titled: "Putting Consumers First Means Building Relationships". WineVision: American Wine in the 21st Century was an industry-wide strategic effort with a vision to make American wines the pre-eminent supplier in the global marketplace. One of the WineVision key strategies was to make wine an integral part of American Culture. WineVision membership included the substantial majority of major wineries, along with numerous mid-sized and small wineries, growers, distributors, and other members of the wine industry. John De Luca was invited to attend and speak at the unveiling of a statue of Andre Tchelistcheff on August 5, 2002 in Napa, California for BV's (Beaulieu Vineyard) Tribute to the Father of California Winemaking: Andre Tchelistcheff. Mr. De Luca was asked to speak on Andre's influence on the California wine industry. John De Luca gave a speech titled: "Reflections On the Evolution of the Wine Industry", at "The Crush To Compete Seminar", a Morrison & Foerster Wine Industry Forum held in San Francisco, California on December 11, 2002. The Forum featured panel discussions by experts in financing, buying and selling wineries and distributing wine at home and abroad. Industry leaders offered insights on the state of the wine industry and emerging trends of which to be aware.
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John DeLuca Speaking engagements - 2002 - Part 2 of 2 December 2002

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Correspondence, foreign press journalist group information, and Wine Institute press kit for a John De Luca speaking engagement with a group of twelve journalists from China and Europe. The foreign press journalists were given a tour of the California Wine Country on December 18-19, 2002. Mr. De Luca was asked to give the foreign press journalists an overview of the wine industry's effect on the California state economy, the work of the Wine Institute and a profile of its membership. The Wine Institute press kit included: "Sonoma County Wine Country Guide" produced by Sonoma County Wineries Association; "California" map produced by California Tourism; "2002 Sonoma Visitors Guide" produced by the Sonoma Valley Visitors Bureau; "Mendocino Wine Country" map produced by the Mendocino Winegrowers Alliance; "Zinfandel Aroma Wheel" sponsored by ZAP (Zinfandel Advocates and Producers); "California Wines: Taste the Sunshine" produced by the Wine Institute of California; "The Voice for California Wine" by the Wine Institute; a California Wine Profile on John De Luca published in "California Wine" titled: "Wine's Policy"; the October 2002 and November/December 2002 issues of "Sustainable Winegrowing Practices" published by the Wine Institute; vol. 9:no.1 (Spring/Summer 2002) issue of "Spring Valley Times : A Seasonal Newsletter from Joseph Phelps Vineyards"; and the September 2002 issue of "World Vineyard, Grape and Wine Report" published by the California Wine Export Program.
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John DeLuca Speaking engagements January 2003

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Correspondence and agenda for Napa Valley Vintners Association Annual General Membership Meeting held January 14, 2003 in St. Helena, California, an event where John De Luca was a guest speaker. Also included are three documents providing full biographical information on John A. De Luca and an award presentation: a photocopy of pages from the Vol. 9, no. 1 (2002:Spring/Summer) issue of "Spring Valley Times : A Seasonal Newsletter from Joseph Phelps Vineyards" containing the article: "Under Visionary John De Luca, the Wine Institute Comes of Age"; a photocopy of an "Executive Profile of John A. De Luca" published in the November 15-21, 2002 issue of the "SF Business Times"; and a photocopy of a State of California Senate Resolution honoring John A. De Luca as the Agriculturist of the Year selected by the Board of Directors of the California State Fair as a tribute to his exemplary record of agricultural leadership.
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"Blueprint For the Nineties" by John A. DeLuca (title later revised to: "Science and Research: The Path For Wine's Future") May 1992

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Handwritten original document for the paper: "Blueprint for the Nineties", multiple typewritten preliminary drafts of the paper with handwritten notes, and correspondence with various people providing review comments, critiques, and editorial suggestions for the paper. These people included Bill Henn and Frank Montgomery Woods. Copies of the preliminary draft of the paper were also sent out to members of the Finance and Administration Committee of the Wine Institute and Ernest Gallo. This paper would later change names to: "Science and Research : The Path For Wine's Future".
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"Science and Research: The Path For Wine's Future" by John A. DeLuca (originally titled: "Blueprint for the Nineties") - Part 1 of 2 May 1992

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This is the revised title for the paper originally titled: "Blueprint for the Nineties". Included are typewritten Priminary Drafts with handwritten notes, background documents, and correspondence with various people providing review comments, critiques, and editorial suggestions. The various people include Ouida and Ernest Gallo, Jerome J. Lohr, and Bill Henn multiple times.
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"Science and Research: The Path For Wine's Future" by John A. DeLuca (originally titled: "Blueprint for the Nineties") - Part 2 of 2 May 1992

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This is the revised title for the paper originally titled: "Blueprint for the Nineties". Included are typewritten Priminary Drafts with handwritten notes for the Executive Summary as well as the complete paper, background documents, correspondence with Tom Burgess who provided review comments, critiques, and editorial suggestions, and the completed original copies of the Executive Summary and complete paper prepared various ways for copying purposes (single-sided, double-sided, etc.).
Box 133, Folder 4

Wine Institute folder with newspapers, magazines, and documents pertaining to John A. DeLuca as well as photocopies of newspaper articles with quotes from John A. DeLuca. 2001

Scope and Contents

Paper folder with Wine Institute name, logo, and mission statement containing several newspapers, magazines, and documents pertaining to John A. De Luca. Included are the original Resolution from the State of California Senate presented to John A. De Luca on August 10, 2001 upon being named the Agriculturist of the Year by the Board of Directors of the California State Fair as a tribute to his exemplary record of agricultural leadership and highlighting his many achievements. The Resolution is quite lovely in color with California state icon illustrations (redwood trees, a bear, a salmon) and measures 45.5 cm. by 29.5 cm. and lists the California Senators presenting the Resolution, John A. De Luca's name, and twelve highlights of his achievements. There is also a photocopy of the Resolution shrunk down to 28 cm. by 22 cm. There are photocopies of some 23 different newspaper articles published in United States newspapers with quotes from John De Luca or mention of the Wine Institute and its work covering topics on the California wine industry and state and federal legislation affecting the wine industry. Two copies of issue vol. 17, no. 14 (2002:Nov.15-21) of the "San Francisco Business Times", containing an in-depth Executive Profile of John A. De Luca and one copy of issue vol. 9, no.1 (2002:Spring/Summer) of the "Spring Valley Times : A Seasonal Newsletter from Joseph Phelps Vineyards", with an article titled: "Under Visionary John De Luca, the Wine Institute Comes of Age".
Box 133, Folder 5

"The New Prohibitionists: What They Say and How They Affect Legislation and Government Policy" by John DeLuca 1976

Scope and Contents

Includes the original typewritten paper and two photocopies of the paper.
Box 133, Folder 6

Magazine articles on John A. DeLuca - Part 1 of 3 October 2000-March 2001

Scope and Contents

Includes one issue of vol. 283, no. 13 (October 2000) of "California Farmer" with a small mention of John A. De Luca on page 9 titled: "Wine Composer", highlighting Mr. De Luca receiving the California State Fair "Lifetime Achievement Award" for his contributions to the wine industry; one issue of vol. 124, no.4 (March 2001) of "Washington Farmer-Stockman" and five issues of vol. 284, no.5 (March 2001) of "California Farmer", all containing the article titled: "Wine's Policymaker - John De Luca repositioned the wine industry not with catchy slogans, but with science", a quite extensive article highlighting John De Luca's work with the Wine Institute.
Box 133, Folder 7

Magazine articles on John A. DeLuca - Part 2 of 3 October 2000

Scope and Contents

Includes three issues of "California Wine - The Best of the Best 2000 - California State Fair Commercial Wine Competition" with the long article: "Profile: Wine's Policy Maker - John A. De Luca", and a short mention of John A. De Luca receiving the California State Fair's 2000 Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to the promotion, advancement and growth of the wine industry. Also included is a letter dated October 17, 2000 addressed to John A. De Luca from Michael H. Bradley, Asst. General Manager of Competitive Programs for the California Exposition & State Fair, acknowledging Mr. De Luca's contribution to the California State Fair Scolarship Program, congratuLatng him on the Lifetime Achievement Award, and enclosing six complimentary copies of the 2000 California Wine Magazine for his personal use.
Box 133, Folder 8

Magazine articles on John A. DeLuca - Part 3 of 3 October 2000

Scope and Contents

Includes three issues of "California Wine - The Best of the Best 2000 - California State Fair Commercial Wine Competition" with the long article: "Profile: Wine's Policy Maker - John A. De Luca", and a short mention of John A. De Luca receiving the California State Fair's 2000 Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to the promotion, advancement and growth of the wine industry.
Box 133, Folder 9

Awards, accolades, and magazine articles for John A. DeLuca 2000

Scope and Contents

Correspondence from 2000-2001 from many different people offering accolades and congratulations to John A. De Luca for various awards he received, mainly the 2000 California State Fair Lifetime Achievement Award, and magazine articles written about him, mainly the California Wine Profile titled: "Wine's Policymaker" published in early 2001 in various United States agricultural magazines. Correspondence and supplied photographs pertaining to the publication of magazine articles about John De Luca, copies of various magazine articles about John De Luca, as well as drafts of articles (includes "Wine's Policymaker") about John De Luca with his handwritten notes from 2000-2001. Ephemera from the 2000 California State Fair where John De Luca was presented with the 2000 California State Fair Lifetime Achievement Award for his work with the wine industry; includes programs for the California Grape and Gourmet Event, schedules, and correspondence including personal thank you notes from John De Luca to various people involved with the award.
Box 133, Folder 10

John DeLuca Retirement 2002

Scope and Contents

Correspondence regarding John A. De Luca's announced transition from President and CEO of the Wine Institute to Executive Vice Chairman which include many different people offering congratulations to John De Luca as well as photocopies of numerous handwritten, personal thank you letters John De Luca sent out to colleagues thanking them for their assistance during his time at the Wine Institute. Notable thank you notes sent to: Bob Trinchero of Sutter Home Winery, Philip R. Wente of Wente Vineyards, Jerome J. Lohr of J. Lohr Winery, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klenz of Beringer Blass Wine Estates, Linda Reiff of Napa Valley Vintners Association, and Robert J. Gallo of E. & J. Gallo Winery. Notable congratulatory letters addressed to John De Luca received from: State of California Attorney General Bill Lockyer, Walter T. Klenz of Beringer Blass Wine Estates, John A. Parducci of McNab Ridge Winery, and United States District Court Magistrate Judge Richard Seeborg. Formal announcement of John De Luca voluntarily stepping aside as President of the Wine Institute to be replaced by Bobby Koch were typed on Wine Institute letterhead and sent out to various California politicians in advance of the Wine Institute's Annual Washington Week. Some of these letters included personal notes to the various politicians Mr. De Luca worked with more closely. Notable politicians receiving these announcements include: Barbara Boxer, Dennis Cardoza, Dianne Feinstein, Robert Matsui, Nancy Pelosi, Richard Pombo, Mike Thompson, and Ann Veneman. Photocopies of magazine articles announcing John A. De Luca's transition from President and CEO of the Wine Institute to Executive Vice Chairman to be replaced by Robert "Bobby" Koch include magazines: Wines & Vines, Wine Spectator, Wine Business Monthly, Wine Business Insider, and Richard Cartiere's Wine Market Report.
Box 133, Folder 11

John DeLuca receives The Wine Spectator's Distinguished Service Award for 1988 1988

Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence regarding the selection of John De Luca for the Distinguished Service Award for 1988 from "The Wine Spectator" for his work promoting the California wine industry and various plans to present him with the award at the 1988 California Wine Experience held October 28-30, 1988 in San Francisco, California as well as numerous congratulatory letters sent to John De Luca from various colleagues in the wine industry upon hearing of the award; 1988 California Wine Experience programs, information, and ephemera; and one copy of the vol.13, no.14 (November 15, 1988) issue of "The Wine Spectator" with a feature article of John De Luca titled: "California Wine's Front-Line Defender" (includes numerous photographs of John De Luca with various politicians and winemakers).
Box 133, Folder 12

"Profile: Wine's Policy Maker - John A. DeLuca" - "California Wine - The Best of the Best 2000" 2000

Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence from colleagues congratulating John A. De Luca on the recognition he was receiving by being selected for the 2000 California State Fair's Lifetime Achievement Award and highlights of his work in the California wine industry published in various magazine articles, especially "California Wine Profile: Wine's Policy Maker - John A. De Luca" published in "California Wine - The Best of the Best 2000" (notable letters received from John D. Rockefeller IV and President of the University of California Richard C. Atkinson); photocopies of thank you notes and holiday greetings John De Luca sent out in 2001 with some including copies of "California Wine - The Best of the Best 2000"; one copy of "California Wine - The Best of the Best 2000" which includes the articles "California Wine Profile: Wine's Policy Maker - John A. De Luca" and "California Wine Award - California State Fair Bestows Lifetime Achievement Award" to John De Luca; two copies of the volume 32, number 10 (October 2001) issue of "California Journal" which has an article titled: "California Farmeers Till Congressional Soil" which contains quotes from John De Luca as well as a picture.
Box 133, Folder 13

California State Fair Selects John A. DeLuca as 2001 Agriculturist of the Year - Part 1 of 2 2001

Scope and Contents

Correspondence including letters of congratulations to John A. De Luca, copies of the California State Fair news release and edited drafts of the news release with handwritten edits by John De Luca, and photocopies of newspaper articles highlighting the California State Fair's selection of John A. De Luca as the 2001 Agriculturist of the Year for his work as president of the Wine Institute to promote and elevate the California wine industry.
Box 133, Folder 14

California State Fair Selects John A. DeLuca as 2001 Agriculturist of the Year - Part 2 of 2 2001

Scope and Contents

Wine Institute logo folder with correspondence as well as programs and ephemera for the California State Fair Gala held August 10, 2001 in Sacramento, California where John A. De Luca was presented as the 2001 Agriculturist of the Year for his work as president of the Wine Institute in promoting the California wine industry.
Box 133, Folder 15

John DeLuca - U. C. Berkeley December 2002-June 2003

Scope and Contents

Copies of e-mail correspondence concerning a Visiting Scholar position for John De Luca at the University of California, Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy. Correspondence was often between Michael Nacht, Dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy, U.C. Berkeley, and Kaye Clement, Executive Assistant to John A. De Luca. A draft proposal matching Mr. De Luca's "special skills and experience" to the Goldman School's "developing interest in business and public policy" is included which proposes the creation of an annual series of dinner seminars under the general title "The Berkeley Colloquium on Business and Public Policy" which would bring UCB faculty, presenters and attendees together to network and discuss current pressing matters of domestic and/or international policy. Mr. De Luca was asked to develop appropriate subject matter for Colloquium events; build networks with corporate and business leaders to create "cachet and prominence" for the Colloquium; lead the effort to coordinate presentations, logistics, and other particulars for each quarterly event; and insure paid attendance by a "stimulating" group of business leaders from around the country. A Visiting Scholar Appointment Application is also included, filled out and signed by John A. De Luca.
Box 133, Folder 16

John DeLuca's Work With Educational Groups Post-Wine Institute March-May 2004

Scope and Contents

Correspondence in regards to work John De Luca did with various educational groups fundraising and speaking. A March 23, 2004 letter from Director Alex S. Jones of the Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy thanked Mr. De Luca for his support and friendship as well as the Wine Institute's $25,000 financial contribution to the Center's Institute on Media and American Democracy along with a hope to "lure" Mr. De Luca to Cambridge to "talk". An April 28, 2004 letter addressed to John De Luca from Michael Nacht, Dean and Professor of Public Policy at the UC Berkeley Richard & Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy, was phrased as a "follow-up" to an invitation for John De Luca to join the Goldman School's Board of Advisors as an ex-officio member saying the School would be honored to have this additional, formal tie with Mr. De Luca and including a copy of a letter sent from Dean Nacht to Richard C. Blum and Senator Dianne Feinstein thanking them for the Blum Family Foundation gift to the Annual Fund and acknowledging Mr. Blum's work with John De Luca on behalf of the UCB corporate associates program. Dr. John A. De Luca, PhD, Executive Vice Chairman of the Wine Institute (the first time "Dr." was used with his name) was asked to give the Keynote Presentation for the San Francisco State University, College of Business, Family Business Center's first Family Business Forum on May 13, 2004 in San Francisco, California; the presentation was titled: "Family Values and Family Business - The wine industry has a significant number of family-owned businesses and Dr. De Luca's understanding of them has been an important factor in the long-term success of the wine industry over the past two plus decades of his involvement. Dr. De Luca is a renowned speaker and a recognized expert in affairs related to growth and prosperity in the industry, dominated as is its strong tradition of family ownership." A May 6, 2004 letter from Dean Michael Nacht to John De Luca invited him to attend a Board meeting and dinner held at the UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy on May 20, 2004.
Box 133, Folder 17

Anti-Defamation League John DeLuca Tribute Dinner 1997

Scope and Contents

Correspondence, formal invitations, attendance lists, membership lists, donation receipts, photograph (John De Luca and unidentified white male), and ephemera for John De Luca's contributions to the Anti-Defamation League and John De Luca's selection as the Anti-Defamation League's wine industry 1997 Torch of Liberty Award recipient which is presented to accomplished members of the wine industry who have a firm belief in bettering the community. John De Luca was selected due to his commitment to the citizens of the Bay Area and his concern for helping those less fortunate to fight racism and bigotry. The ADL Torch of Liberty Tribute Dinner honoring John De Luca was held November 13, 1997 in San Francisco, California. Included is a 7 page handwritten speech by John De Luca, presumably given by him at the 1997 Torch of Liberty Award dinner. Programs and formal invitations for the dinner are also included. Extensive coordination and organizational correspondence between Kaye Clement at the Wine Institute and Midge Stone at the Anti-Defamation League are included. Congratulatory letters addressed to John De Luca from various colleagues in the California wine industry are included. A program and formal invitation to the April 16, 1996 Anti-Defamation League's Torch of Liberty Award Dinner honoring Francis Ford Coppola is also included.
Box 127, Folder 3

Economic Research Report: Wine Industry Statistic Report 1970-1974

Box 127, Folder 2

Economic Research Report: Wine Industry Statistic Report 1974-1975

Box 127, Folder 1

Economic Research Report: Wine Industry Statistic Report 1975-1979

Box 163, Folder 28

History: General 1980-1981

Box 129, Folder 12

Iowa - Wine Institute correspondence concerning various issues involved with the perceived California table wine distribution gaps in the State of Iowa 1982-1983

Scope and Contents

Wine Institute outreach and correspondence concerning the California table wine distribution gaps in the State of Iowa, difficulty in dealing with the Iowa Beer and Liquor Control Department, suggestions of ways to more successfully market and distribute California wines in Iowa, and various data references taken from Iowa Wine and Liquor Price List booklets.
Box 163, Folder 26

Marketing: Order Contracts 1985

Box 129, Folder 13

Mississippi - Wine Institute correspondence and outreach promoting and encouraging the distribution of California wine in the state of Mississippi. December 1985

Scope and Contents

Wine Institute correspondence and outreach to the Retail Association of Mississippi promoting and encouraging the distribution of California wine in the state of Mississippi.
Box 129, Folder 14

Montana - Newspaper and political advertisement clippings and correspondence regarding Montana Initiative 81 - The Table Wine Bill - allowing a free market distribution of table wines in the State of Montana. April-December 1978

Scope and Contents

Newspaper and political advertisement clippings and correspondence regarding Montana Initiative 81 - The Table Wine Bill - which would allow a free market distribution of table wines in the State of Montana (it passed in December 1978). Includes Wine Institute correspondence with the leader of the organization that authored the Initiative, Leonard Eckel of Montanans Who Like Wine P.A.C., as well as political ad clippings from the PAC and opponents of the Initiative and correspondence with the State of Montana.
Box 167, Folder 19

Neo Prohibition: Articles and Correspondence 1986-1993

Box 167, Folder 16

Neo Prohibition: Articles, Analysis, and Timeline 1989-1992

Box 167, Folder 22

Neo Prohibition: Assorted Articles 1986-1991

Box 167, Folder 23

Neo Prohibition: CSPI - Legislating Under the Influence 1989

Box 167, Folder 25

Neo Prohibition: Modern Prohibition in America Today 1990

Box 167, Folder 17

Neo Prohibition: Pittman D Study - Prohibition Revisited 1993

Box 130, Folder 13

Neo Prohibition: Pro Views 1964-1984

Box 167, Folder 20

Neo Prohibition: Prohibition Project 1991-1994

Box 167, Folder 18

Neo Prohibition: The New Prohibition Movement undated

Box 167, Folder 24

Neo Prohibition: The New Sobriety 1988

Box 167, Folder 21

Neo Prohibition: Understanding the "Neoprohibitionists" by Wells Shoemaker 1993

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Neo Prohibition: Wine Institute 1992-1993

Box 129, Folder 15

New York - The Association of American Vintners - Correspondence concerning effort to assist in the networking among Northeast wine states on developing reciprocal interstate shipping legislation. November 1986

Scope and Contents

Correspondence from the Association of American Vinters based in New York to the Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Agriculture concerning its efforts to assist in the networking among Northeast wine states on developing reciprocal interstate shipping legislation. They mention the recently passed state bill in California that permits out of state wineries to ship limited amounts of wine to legal age residents of California if the state from which the shipment is made similarly permits its residents to receive wine from California wineries. It also mentions the Wine Institute of California, which was the sponsor of the California bill, and that representatives of the Wine Institute of California would be willing to discuss their implementation methods and answer questions.
Box 130, Folder 2

New York Office of the Wine Institute of California files on sponsored wine events held in New York by the Wine Institute of California October 1984-July 1986

Scope and Contents

Files from Rory Callahan's office containing wine event listings and details as well as printed invitations for sponsored Wine Institute of California wine events including California wine tastings held in New York, guest listings to the sponsored wine events, correspondence for event promotions, various bits of ephemera from the wine events such as posters and tickets.
Box 130, Folder 10-11

News clippings - Reproductions of newspaper and magazine article clippings on the subjects of the California wine industry, California wine, California wineries, and the wine industry November 1989-October 1990

Scope and Contents

Reproductions of newspaper and magazine article clippings from predominantly United States publications on the subjects of the California wine industry, California wine, California wineries, the wine industry in general, the alcohol industry in general with the articles focusing on current trends, public opinion, and state and federal legislation affecting these subjects both negatively and positively. Many of the reproductions have been stapled together with a header titled: Wine Institute Newservice.
Box 130, Folder 4

Oregon - Folder with brochures and documents promoting Oregon wines and wineries 1986-1987

Scope and Contents

Colorful promotional folder with multiple brochures and documents outlining the Oregon wine industry, Oregon wines, and Oregon wineries.
Box 130, Folder 5

Pennsylvania - Correspondence and newspaper articles concerning promoting changes to the Pennsylvania state store system for wine purchases October 1980

Scope and Contents

Wine Institute of California correspondence and newspaper and magazine articles concerning the promoting of changes to the Pennsylvania state store system to transition to a private liquor system so wine could be sold in grocery stores. Correspondence includes the Wine Institute of California attempting to plan a California wine tasting event benefiting public broadcasting channels in Pennsylvania, like wine tasting events they had planned all over the United States. Correspondence is addressed to the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, various Pennsylvania legislators, and Pennsylvania wine writers. Newspaper and magazine articles list the difficulty of buying wine at the Pennsylvania state stores and the push for legislation to change the state store system of controlling liquor sales to a transition to a private liquor system where wine could be bought at local grocery stores in Pennsylvania.
Box 129, Folder 9-10

SB589 - State of California bill concerning wine distribution enacting a "primary source law" to protect California wineries from "gray market" dumping of wines from overseas onto the market at low prices August-September 1985

Scope and Contents

Wine Institute outreach and correspondence in favor of passage of California Bill SB589, the wine distribution bill that would enact a "primary source law" meant to protect California wineries from "gray market" dumping of wines from oversease onto the California consumer market at artificially low prices (the bill was signed into law by Governor George Deukmejian in September 1985). Outreach includes "white papers" to the State of California Governor's Office and fact sheets distributed to various news outlets and agricultural boards refuting various arguments against passage of SB 589 whose opponents, mainly consumer groups, alcohol distributors, and grocery outlets, claimed would raise foreign wine prices while protecting big California wine distributors.
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Vinicultural Research: A-I 1963-1964

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Vinicultural Research: A-H 1964-1965

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Vinicultural Research: A-I 1964-1965

Box 127, Folder 8

Vinicultural Research: A-I 1965-1966

Box 127, Folder 9

Vinicultural Research: A-K 1966-1967

Box 126, Folder 10

Vinicultural Research: Chemical Thinning for Mech. Harvesting 1972

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Vinicultural Research: Consumer Research Study 1972

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Vinicultural Research: Effect of Leaf Removal on Vines 1972

Box 126, Folder 11

Vinicultural Research: Effect of Sprinkler Cooling 1972

Box 126, Folder 18

Vinicultural Research: Effects of Stillage Disposal 1972

Box 126, Folder 20

Vinicultural Research: Environmental Studies Committee 1973

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Vinicultural Research: Environmental Studies Committee 1974

Box 126, Folder 30

Vinicultural Research: Environmental Studies Committee 1975

Scope and Contents

V-57E-75, V-72E-75
Box 127, Folder 4

Vinicultural Research: General Information 1960-1963

Box 126, Folder 19

Vinicultural Research: General Information 1973

Box 126, Folder 29

Vinicultural Research: General Information 1975

Box 125, Folder 17

Vinicultural Research: Grape Constituents (Basic Research) 1972

Box 126, Folder 5

Vinicultural Research: Grape Environmental Investigation 1972

Box 126, Folder 1

Vinicultural Research: Grape Varieties for Table Wines 1972

Box 126, Folder 9

Vinicultural Research: Heat Treatment for Viruses 1972

Box 126, Folder 2

Vinicultural Research: Insects and Mites (Biological) 1972

Box 126, Folder 3

Vinicultural Research: Insects and Mites (Chemical) 1972

Box 126, Folder 17

Vinicultural Research: Inspection for Foreign Materials 1972

Box 126, Folder 4

Vinicultural Research: Mech. Harvesting for New Varieties 1972

Box 125, Folder 20

Vinicultural Research: Nematodes Attacking Grapevines 1972

Box 126, Folder 8

Vinicultural Research: Pest Control in No. Coast Counties 1972

Box 126, Folder 12

Vinicultural Research: Production of Experimental Wines 1972

Box 126, Folder 16

Vinicultural Research: Research Vines 1972

Box 126, Folder 6

Vinicultural Research: Smog Damage to Grapes 1972

Box 126, Folder 15

Vinicultural Research: Stillage Study 1972

Box 126, Folder 25

Vinicultural Research: Technical Committee 1974

Box 126, Folder 31

Vinicultural Research: Technical Committee 1975

Scope and Contents

V-2T-75, V-13T-75, V-66T-75, V-69T-75, V-73T-75, V-75TA-75, V-75TB-75
Box 126, Folder 7

Vinicultural Research: Training Vines Head vs. Cordon 1972

Box 126, Folder 21

Vinicultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1973

Scope and Contents

V-2V-73, V-13V-73, V-25V-73, V-33-73-V, V-28V-73
Box 126, Folder 22

Vinicultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1973

Scope and Contents

V-39V-73, V-41V-73, V-46V-73, V-47V-73, V-48V-73, V-49V-73, V-51V-73, V-58V-73, V-59V-73
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Vinicultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1974

Scope and Contents

V-13V-74, V-25V-74, V-38V-74, V-41V-74
Box 126, Folder 27

Vinicultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1974

Scope and Contents

V-47V-74, V-49V-74, V-58V-74, V-60V-74, V-67V-74, V-68V-74, V-74V-74
Box 126, Folder 32

Vinicultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1975

Scope and Contents

V-25V-75, V-38V-75, V-59V-75, V-61V-75,
Box 126, Folder 33

Vinicultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1975

Scope and Contents

V-63V-75, V-67V-75, V-68V-75, V-71V-75, V-74V-75
Box 127, Folder 10

Vinicultural Research: Vol 8 1967-1968

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Vinicultural Research: Vol 9 1968-1969

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Vinicultural Research: Vol 10 1969-1970

Box 127, Folder 13

Vinicultural Research: Vol 11 1970-1971

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Vinicultural Research: Wine Aging and Quality 1972

Box 125, Folder 19

Vinicultural Research: Wine Quality (Grower Education) 1972

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Vinicultural Research: Wine Quality Committee 1973

Scope and Contents

V-15Q-73, V-36Q-73, V-36AQ-73, V-63Q-73
Box 126, Folder 28

Vinicultural Research: Wine Quality Committee 1974

Scope and Contents

V-15Q-74, V-36Q-74, V-36AQ-74, V-45Q-74, V-65Q-74
Box 126, Folder 34

Vinicultural Research: Wine Quality Committee 1975

Scope and Contents

V-15Q-75, V-36-AQ-75, V-65Q-75
Box 123, Folder 35

Vini-Viticultural Research: Energy & Environmental Studies Committee 1978-1979

Scope and Contents

E&E-87-79, E&E-88-79, E&E-94-79
Box 124, Folder 9

Vini-Viticultural Research: Energy & Environmental Studies Committee 1979-1980

Scope and Contents

E&E-87-80, E&E-88-80, E&E-94-80, E&E-105-80
Box 124, Folder 13

Vini-Viticultural Research: Energy & Environmental Studies Committee 1980-1981

Scope and Contents

E&E-97-81
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Vini-Viticultural Research: Energy & Environmental Studies Committee 1981-1982

Scope and Contents

E&E-97-82
Box 125, Folder 2

Vini-Viticultural Research: Energy & Environmental Studies Committee 1984-1985

Scope and Contents

E-01-84
Box 125, Folder 3

Vini-Viticultural Research: Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1976 1975-1976

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Vini-Viticultural Research: General Information 1976

Box 125, Folder 9

Vini-Viticultural Research: General Information 1977

Scope and Contents

V-2-78, V-38-78, V-41-78, V-49-78, V-61(Sub 1)-78, V-61(Sub 3)-78, V-80-78
Box 125, Folder 12

Vini-Viticultural Research: General Information 1977

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Vini-Viticultural Research: General Information 1978-1979

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Vini-Viticultural Research: General Information 1979-1980

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Vini-Viticultural Research: General Information 1979-1980

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Vini-Viticultural Research: General Information 1980-1981

Box 124, Folder 15

Vini-Viticultural Research: General Information 1981-1982

Scope and Contents

T-2-82, T-13-82, T-62b-82, T-62c-82, T-98-82, T-99-82, T-107-82, T-111-82, T-112-82, T-116-82
Box 124, Folder 19

Vini-Viticultural Research: General Information 1982-1983

Scope and Contents

T-2-83, T-13-83, T-62b-83, T-98-83, T-112-83, T-117-83, T-118-83, T-119-83
Box 125, Folder 14

Vini-Viticultural Research: Grape & Wine Quality Committee 1977

Scope and Contents

G&WQ-77-77, G&WQ-78-77
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Vini-Viticultural Research: Grape & Wine Quality Committee 1978

Scope and Contents

G&WQ-77-78, G&WQ-89-78
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Vini-Viticultural Research: Grape & Wine Quality Committee 1978-1979

Scope and Contents

G&WQ-89-79, G&WQ-77-79
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Vini-Viticultural Research: Grape & Wine Quality Committee 1979-1980

Scope and Contents

G&WQ-77-80, G&QW-89-80
Box 124, Folder 14

Vini-Viticultural Research: Grape & Wine Quality Committee 1980-1981

Scope and Contents

G&WQ-89-81
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Vini-Viticultural Research: Grape & Wine Quality Committee 1981-1982

Scope and Contents

G&WQ-89-82
Box 125, Folder 5

Vini-Viticultural Research: Industry Standards Committee 1976

Scope and Contents

IS-65-76, IS-77-76, IS-78-76
Box 123, Folder 30

Vini-Viticultural Research: Summary of Final Reports 1978

Box 125, Folder 4

Vini-Viticultural Research: Technical Committee 1976

Scope and Contents

T-62a-76, T-62b-76, T-62c-76, T-13-76, T-76-76, T-75-76
Box 125, Folder 13

Vini-Viticultural Research: Technical Committee 1977

Scope and Contents

T-62a-77, T-62b-77, T-62c-77, T-13-77, T-83-77, T-60-77, T
Box 123, Folder 28

Vini-Viticultural Research: Technical Committee 1978

Scope and Contents

T-13-78, T-60-78, T-62a-78, T-62b-78, T-62c-78, T-84-78, E&E-88-78, E&E-87-78
Box 123, Folder 32

Vini-Viticultural Research: Technical Committee 1978-1979

Scope and Contents

T-62a-79, T-60-79, T-13-79, T-62b-79, T-62c-79, T-90-79, T-91-79, T-92-79
Box 124, Folder 2

Vini-Viticultural Research: Technical Committee 1979-1980

Scope and Contents

T-2-80, T-13-80, T-62b-80, T-62c-80, T-91-80, T-95-80, T-96-80, T-97-80, T-98-80, T-99-80
Box 124, Folder 7

Vini-Viticultural Research: Technical Committee 1980-1981

Scope and Contents

T-2-81, T-13-81, T-62b-81, T-62c-81, T-98-81, T-99-81, T-106d-81, T-107-81
Box 125, Folder 7

Vini-Viticultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1976

Scope and Contents

V-41-76, V-49-76, V-67-76, V-74-76
Box 125, Folder 8

Vini-Viticultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1976

Scope and Contents

V-63-76, V-38-76, V-61(Sub 1)-76, V-61(Sub 3)-76
Box 125, Folder 10

Vini-Viticultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1977

Scope and Contents

V-2-78, V-38-78, V-41-78, V-49-78, V-61(Sub 1)-78, V-61(Sub 3)-78, V-80-78
Box 125, Folder 11

Vini-Viticultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1977

Scope and Contents

V-81-78, V-82-78, V-85-78, V-86-78
Box 125, Folder 15

Vini-Viticultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1977

Scope and Contents

V-41-77, V-61(Sub 1)-77, V-81-77, V-49-77
Box 125, Folder 16

Vini-Viticultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1977

Scope and Contents

V-61(Sub 3)-77, V-38-77,, V-67-77, V-74-77, V-79-77, V-80-77, V-82-77
Box 123, Folder 33

Vini-Viticultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1978-1979

Scope and Contents

V-93-79, V-41-79, V-2-79, V-81-79
Box 123, Folder 34

Vini-Viticultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1978-1979

Scope and Contents

V-61(Sub 3)-79, V-85-79, V-82-79, V-49-79, V-80-79
Box 124, Folder 4

Vini-Viticultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1979-1980

Scope and Contents

V-41-80, V-49-80, V-61c-80, V-81-80, V-82-80
Box 124, Folder 5

Vini-Viticultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1979-1980

Scope and Contents

V-85-80, V-100-80, V-101-80, V-102-80, V-103-80, V-104-80
Box 124, Folder 8

Vini-Viticultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1980-1981

Box 124, Folder 11

Vini-Viticultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1980-1981

Scope and Contents

V-41-81, V-49-81, V-61(3)-81, V-81-81, V-85-81, V-93-81, V-100-81, V-101-81
Box 124, Folder 12

Vini-Viticultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1980-1981

Scope and Contents

V-103-81, V-104-81, V-108-81, V-109-81, V-110-81
Box 124, Folder 18

Vini-Viticultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee 1981-1982

Scope and Contents

V-41-82, V-49-82, V-61(3)-82, V-81-82, V-85-82, V-93-82, V-101-82, V-104-82, V-109-82, V-113-82, V-114-82, V-115-82
Box 125, Folder 1

Vini-Viticultural Research: Vinicultural Research Committee - Grants in Aid 1982-1983

Scope and Contents

V-41-83, V-49-83, V-61(3)-83, V-93-83, V-100-83, V-113-83, V-114-83
Box 167, Folder 3

Wine Institute: Publications 1982-1984

Scope and Contents

"Employee Alcoholism Program: Statement of Policy", "Code of Advertising Standards", "Social Responsibility and Drunk Driving: Statement of Policy", "The Wine Educator's Notebook", and "Proceedings: Wine, Health & Society - A Symposium (November 13-14, 1981)".
Box 67, Folder 8

Wine Institute: Cost Accounting 1930-1949

Box 66, Folder 7-11

Wine Institute: Membership - Directories 1964-2000

Box 67, Folder 1-7

Wine Institute: Membership - Directories 1964-2000

Box 134, Folder 25

Wine Institute Membership Directory 1962-1963

Box 134, Folder 26

Wine Institute Membership Directory July 1969

Box 134, Folder 27

Wine Institute Membership Directory September 1983

Box 134, Folder 28

Wine Institute Members Directory 2000

 

Wine and Wine Products Files 1887-1998

Box 26, Folder 12

Aperitifs: Flavored - Articles 1946-1974

Box 26, Folder 13

Aperitifs: Flavored - Correspondence 1957-1976

Box 35, Folder 1

Aperitifs: Flavored - Dubonnet 1942-1955

Box 35, Folder 2

Aperitifs: Flavored - May Wine 1953-1972

Box 26, Folder 11

Aperitifs: General 1974

Box 35, Folder 3

Aperitifs: Retsina 1947-1986

Box 36, Folder 2-3

Brandy: California History 1943-1977

Box 36, Folder 4

Brandy: Collected Papers of James F. Guymon - Volume 1 August 1977

Box 36, Folder 5

Brandy: Collected Papers of James F. Guymon - Volume 2 August 1977

Box 36, Folder 1

Brandy: International History 1948-1983

Box 36, Folder 6-7

Dessert Wines: General Information 1947-1986

Box 37, Folder 1

Dessert Wines: Low Alcohol 1950-1971

Box 37, Folder 2

Dessert Wines: Madeira 1963-1976

Box 37, Folder 4

Dessert Wines: Misc Info - Ice Wine 1956-1980

Box 37, Folder 3

Dessert Wines: Muscat 1938-1950

Box 37, Folder 5

Dessert Wines: Muscatel 1936-1955

Box 37, Folder 6

Dessert Wines: Port 1934-1985

Box 37, Folder 9

Effervescent Wines: California History: Wine (Champagne) 1939-1982

Box 37, Folder 7

Effervescent Wines: Carbonated 1951-1959

Box 37, Folder 16

Effervescent Wines: Champagne (Pink) 1940-1970

Box 37, Folder 14

Effervescent Wines: Champagne Articles 1934-1959

Box 37, Folder 13

Effervescent Wines: Champagne Articles 1962-1976

Box 37, Folder 15

Effervescent Wines: Champagne Marketing 1946-1972

Box 38, Folder 3

Effervescent Wines: Champagne Process - Bulk 1935-1962

Box 38, Folder 2

Effervescent Wines: Champagne Process - Bulk vs Bottle 1947-1982

Box 38, Folder 1

Effervescent Wines: Champagne Process - General 1963-1985

Box 38, Folder 5

Effervescent Wines: Crackling Articles 1957-1972

Box 38, Folder 6

Effervescent Wines: Crackling Correspondence 1940-1972

Box 37, Folder 10-11

Effervescent Wines: International History: Wine (Champagne) 1892-1982

Box 37, Folder 12

Effervescent Wines: International History: Wine (Confidential Brief) 1969

Box 38, Folder 4

Effervescent Wines: Lambrusco 1970-1985

Box 37, Folder 8

Effervescent Wines: Sparkling 1952-1974

Box 35, Folder 16

Fromm and Sichel Inc Data Annual 1977

Box 35, Folder 17

Fromm and Sichel Inc Data Annual 1978

Box 35, Folder 18

Fromm and Sichel Inc Data Annual 1979

Box 35, Folder 19

Fromm and Sichel Inc Data Annual 1980

Box 35, Folder 20

Fromm and Sichel Inc Data Annual 1981

Box 35, Folder 21

Fromm and Sichel Inc Data Annual 1982

Box 35, Folder 22

Fromm and Sichel Inc Data Annual 1983

Box 38, Folder 9

Fruit Wines: Apple (Includes Hard Cider) 1940-1971

Box 38, Folder 8

Fruit Wines: Berry - General 1937-1985

Box 38, Folder 7

Fruit Wines: General 1960-1982

Box 38, Folder 11

Fruit Wines: Passion Fruit 1955-1968

Box 38, Folder 10

Fruit Wines: Perry (Pear Wine) 1960-1970

Box 38, Folder 12

Fruit Wines: Raisin 1943-1957

Box 38, Folder 13

General: Miscellaneous Information - Below 7% (Includes Coolers) 1984-1986

Box 38, Folder 14

General: Miscellaneous Information - Bricks (Concentrate) 1928-1965

Box 38, Folder 15

General: Miscellaneous Information - Bulk Wine 1945-1965

Box 38, Folder 16

General: Miscellaneous Information - Concentrated Wines 1946-1983

Box 38, Folder 17

General: Miscellaneous Information - Honey Wine (Mead) 1971-1982

Box 38, Folder 18

General: Miscellaneous Information - Imitation (Non-Alcoholic) 1967-1986

Box 39, Folder 1

General: Miscellaneous Information - New Wines Developed 1941-1975

Box 39, Folder 2

General: Miscellaneous Information - Poisoned Wine 1966

Box 39, Folder 3

General: Miscellaneous Information - Sources Other Than Fruit 1935-1974

Box 39, Folder 4

General: Miscellaneous Information - Wine Punches 1952-1976

Box 39, Folder 5

General: Miscellaneous Information - Wine Quizzes 1945-1983

Box 39, Folder 9

General: Miscellaneous Information - Wine Stains 1963-1978

Box 39, Folder 7

Homemade Wines: Instructions 1946-1979

Box 39, Folder 6

Homemade Wines: Miscellaneous Information 1960-1968

Box 39, Folder 8

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Adulteration and Misbranding 1964-1977

Box 39, Folder 10

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Armed Forces 1951-1973

Box 39, Folder 11

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Bibliography 1950-1955

Box 39, Folder 12

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Catalogues and Prices 1950-1970

Box 39, Folder 13

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Constituents 1956-1979

Box 39, Folder 14

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Cooking Recipes 1962-1975

Box 39, Folder 17-18

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Correspondence from 1977 1977-1981

Box 39, Folder 15-16

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Correspondence to 1976 1961-1976

Box 40, Folder 2

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Enocianina 1966-1976

Box 47, Folder 6

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Federal Correspondence 1957-1977

Box 40, Folder 4

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Labeling 1961-1974

Box 39, Folder 19

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Making At Home 1967-1978

Box 47, Folder 8

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Misc. Research 1967-1980

Box 40, Folder 1

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Processing 1916-1976

Box 40, Folder 5

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Regulations (Federal and Misc) 1955-1977

Box 47, Folder 9

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Research Carbon 1965-1966

Box 47, Folder 10-11

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Research Color 1960-1963

Box 47, Folder 7

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Standards Foreign 1959-1968

Box 47, Folder 12

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - State Correspondence 1936-1965

Box 47, Folder 13

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Sulfur Dioxide 1957-1967

Box 48, Folder 2

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Tariffs 1948-1968

Box 48, Folder 1

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Tariffs 1954-1977

Box 48, Folder 3

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vinegar - Vinegar Institute Correspondence 1975-1981

Box 40, Folder 3

Non-Beverage Products: Wine Vineger - Historical Articles, Labels, Awards, Etc. 1949-1983

Box 48, Folder 4

Sacramental Wines: Christian 1927-1976

Box 48, Folder 5

Sacramental Wines: Kosher 1947-1978

Box 35, Folder 5

Sherry: Aging and Blending 1936-1982

Box 35, Folder 4

Sherry: Articles 1932-1984

Box 35, Folder 7

Sherry: Flor (Submerged Culture) 1957-1980

Box 35, Folder 8

Sherry: Flor (Traditional Spanish Method) 1945-1981

Box 35, Folder 11

Sherry: History 1947

Box 35, Folder 9

Sherry: Low Alcohol (17%) 1948-1971

Box 35, Folder 10

Sherry: Non-Flor (Baked) 1938-1966

Box 35, Folder 12

Sherry: Production Practices 1947-1981

Box 35, Folder 6

Sherry: Tasting 1887-1966

Box 48, Folder 6

Table Wines: Generic - Burgundy 1940-1985

Box 48, Folder 9

Table Wines: Generic - Chianti 1935-1945

Box 48, Folder 10

Table Wines: Generic - Claret 1950-1973

Box 48, Folder 7

Table Wines: Generic - General 1970-1983

Box 48, Folder 15-16

Table Wines: Generic - Low Alcohol T-90 1971-1985

Box 48, Folder 11

Table Wines: Generic - Rhine Wine 1952

Box 48, Folder 12

Table Wines: Generic - Rose 1938-1973

Box 48, Folder 13

Table Wines: Generic - Sauterne 1940-1961

Box 48, Folder 17

Table Wines: Generic - Sweet 1937-1967

Box 48, Folder 14

Table Wines: Generic - Vino Rosso 1953-1955

Box 41, Folder 2

Table Wines: Sweet - Botrytised 1957-1998

Box 41, Folder 3

Table Wines: Sweet - Botrytised (Sanitation) 1973-1986

Box 41, Folder 10

Table Wines: Varietal - Burgundy Type 1972-1986

Box 48, Folder 8

Table Wines: Varietal - Chablis Type 1978-1986

Box 41, Folder 4

Table Wines: Varietal - Claret Type 1967-1986

Box 41, Folder 5

Table Wines: Varietal - Concord 1944-1975

Box 41, Folder 1

Table Wines: Varietal - General 1972-1985

Box 41, Folder 6

Table Wines: Varietal - Green Hungarian 1971-1974

Box 41, Folder 7

Table Wines: Varietal - Rhine Wine Type 1946-1983

Box 41, Folder 8

Table Wines: Varietal - Rose Type 1975-1986

Box 41, Folder 9

Table Wines: Varietal - Sauterne Type 1969-1983

Box 35, Folder 14

Vermouth: Articles 1949-1985

Box 35, Folder 13

Vermouth: Correspondence 1941-1977

Box 35, Folder 15

Vermouth: Standards 1952-1972

Box 41, Folder 11

Wine Cocktails 1955-1980

Box 41, Folder 12

Wine Types: General 1955-1960

Box 42, Folder 1-3

Wine Types: Reference - Steve Barsby 1979-1986

Box 41, Folder 13-14

Wine Types: Specific 1948-1986

 

California Wine Industry 1866-2000

Box 46, Folder 9

Associations: California Vineyardists Association 1928-1932

Box 46, Folder 3-5

Associations: Fromm and Sichel Data Books undated

Box 46, Folder 7-8

Associations: General undated

Box 47, Folder 1-2

Associations: Napa Valley Wine Library Association 1952-1986

Box 47, Folder 3-4

Associations: San Joaquin Valley Wine Growers Association 1933-1949

Box 45, Folder 1-2

Associations: San Joaquin Valley Wine Growers Association 1940-1964

Box 47, Folder 5

Associations: San Joaquin Valley Wine Growers Association 1950-1969

Box 45, Folder 3

Associations: San Joaquin Valley Winemakers Club 1953-1975

Box 46, Folder 1

Associations: Santa Clara Wine Growers Association 1946-1961

Box 45, Folder 11

Associations: Santa Clara Wine Growers Association 1962-1969

Box 45, Folder 8-9

Associations: Santa Clara Wine Growers Association 1970-1973

Box 45, Folder 6-7

Associations: Santa Clara Wine Growers Association 1974-1976

Box 45, Folder 4-5

Associations: Santa Clara Wine Growers Association 1977-1982

Box 46, Folder 2

Associations: Wine and Brandy Export Association 1945-1958

Box 163, Folder 24

California: Misc A-Z 1970-1982

Box 43, Folder 2-3

County Files: Alameda 1950-1983

Box 42, Folder 5

County Files: Amador 1975-1981

Box 42, Folder 6

County Files: Butte 1971-1975

Box 42, Folder 7

County Files: Calaveras 1969-1985

Box 43, Folder 4

County Files: Contra Costa 1971-1993

Box 42, Folder 8

County Files: El Dorado 1973-1982

Box 42, Folder 9

County Files: Fresno 1933-1972

Box 42, Folder 4

County Files: General 1983-1985

Box 42, Folder 10

County Files: Kern 1972-1981

Box 42, Folder 11

County Files: Lake 1977-1985

Box 42, Folder 12

County Files: Los Angeles 1959-1985

Box 42, Folder 13

County Files: Madera 1956-1973

Box 42, Folder 14

County Files: Marin 1971-1981

Box 42, Folder 15

County Files: Mariposa 1969-1970

Box 42, Folder 16

County Files: Mendocino 1970-1985

Box 42, Folder 17

County Files: Merced 1952-1972

Box 43, Folder 1

County Files: Monterey 1963-1984

Box 43, Folder 5-6

County Files: Napa 1972-1988

Box 44, Folder 1-2

County Files: Napa (Post-Repeal) 1954-1969

Box 43, Folder 8-9

County Files: Napa (Pre-Repeal) 1963-1979

Box 43, Folder 7

County Files: Nevada 1950-2000

Box 44, Folder 3

County Files: Orange 1957-1976

Box 44, Folder 4

County Files: Placer 1965-1972

Box 44, Folder 5

County Files: Riverside 1952-1981

Box 44, Folder 6

County Files: Sacramento 1888-1974

Box 44, Folder 8

County Files: San Benito 1972-1983

Box 45, Folder 10

County Files: San Bernardino 1963-1994

Box 44, Folder 7

County Files: San Diego 1951-1973

Box 44, Folder 11

County Files: San Francisco 1947-1973

Box 44, Folder 9-10

County Files: San Joaquin 1937-1969

Box 44, Folder 12

County Files: San Luis Obispo 1953-1982

Box 44, Folder 13

County Files: San Mateo 1947-1980

Box 44, Folder 14

County Files: Santa Cruz 1977-1982

Box 44, Folder 15

County Files: Solano 1965-1979

Box 44, Folder 23

County Files: Sonoma 1969-1980

Box 44, Folder 24

County Files: Sonoma (Post-Repeal) 1954-1970

Box 44, Folder 21-22

County Files: Sonoma (Pre-Repeal) 1953-1981

Box 44, Folder 16

County Files: Stanislaus 1942-1975

Box 44, Folder 17

County Files: Sutter 1966

Box 44, Folder 18

County Files: Tehama 1899-1977

Box 44, Folder 19

County Files: Tulare 1936-1954

Box 44, Folder 20

County Files: Ventura 1950-1975

Box 44, Folder 25

County Files: Yuba 1953-1959

Box 134, Folder 68

Events: Foppiano Vineyards - 60th Aniversary March 29, 1993

Box 134, Folder 67

Events: San Francisco Wine Auction & Tasting 1992

Box 106, Folder 13-14

Fresno State University: Articles and Clippings 1968-1979

Box 106, Folder 15

Fresno State University: Correspondence 1951-1970

Box 107, Folder 4

History: Awards 1937-1978

Box 107, Folder 5

History: Bicentennial 1968-1970

Box 107, Folder 3

History: Directories 1939-1974

Box 107, Folder 6

History: Directories (2) 1959-1985

Box 107, Folder 7

History: Drama and Music 1936-1948

Box 107, Folder 1

History: Economic Trends 1934-1950

Box 106, Folder 20

History: Economic Trends 1960-1965

Box 106, Folder 19

History: Economic Trends 1966-1969

Box 106, Folder 18

History: Economic Trends 1970-1975

Box 106, Folder 16-17

History: Economic Trends 1976-1986

Box 109, Folder 7

History: Exports 1933-1945

Box 107, Folder 8-9

History: Factual Data 1954-1981

Box 107, Folder 2

History: Forming of Coops 1943-1961

Box 107, Folder 10

History: Government Control 1968-1982

Box 108, Folder 1

History: Historical Landmarks 1958-1980

Box 108, Folder 8

History: Manuscripts - McKee (Published) 1946-1980

Box 108, Folder 7

History: Manuscripts - McKee (Published) 1947-1950

Box 108, Folder 6

History: Manuscripts - McKee (Unpublished) 1946-1957

Box 108, Folder 2

History: Merchants 1899-1964

Box 108, Folder 3

History: Pictorial Info 1944-1978

Box 109, Folder 3

History: Pre-Repeal 1934-1947

Box 109, Folder 1-2

History: Pre-Repeal 1943-1980

Box 109, Folder 4

History: Pre-Repeal 1946-1972

Box 109, Folder 5-6

History: Pre-Repeal - Booklets 1915-1974

Box 108, Folder 14-15

History: Post-Repeal 1934-1959

Box 108, Folder 10

History: Post-Repeal 1960-1969

Box 108, Folder 9

History: Post-Repeal 1970-1986

Box 108, Folder 12-13

History: Post-Repeal - Booklets 1937-1970

Box 109, Folder 9

History: Prices - Wine/Grapes/Brandy 1930-1950

Box 109, Folder 10

History: Prices - Wine/Grapes/Brandy 1941-1973

Box 109, Folder 8

History: Prices - Wine/Grapes/Brandy 1960-1980

Box 108, Folder 4

History: Residences (Wineries Converted/New Homes) 1958-1970

Box 108, Folder 5

History: Touring 1934-1947

Box 108, Folder 11

History: Vincent Price 1966

Box 110, Folder 1-3

History: Viticulture 1921-1984

Box 110, Folder 4

History: Viticulture - Specific Vines 1938-1981

Box 109, Folder 11

History: Women in Wine Industry 1970-1985

Box 167, Folder 14

Oldest Wineries: William Heintz - Chablis Research for Gallo 1984-1993

Box 112, Folder 24

Price Files: A. Conrotto Winery 1962-1969

Box 110, Folder 5

Price Files: Aggazzotti Winery 1951-1970

Box 110, Folder 6

Price Files: Alexander Winery 1956-1968

Box 110, Folder 11

Price Files: Almaden 1968

Box 110, Folder 10

Price Files: Almaden 1969

Box 110, Folder 9

Price Files: Almaden 1970

Box 110, Folder 7-8

Price Files: Almaden 1971-1974

Box 115, Folder 11

Price Files: Alta 1951-1968

Box 110, Folder 12

Price Files: Amador Winery 1962-1975

Box 111, Folder 4

Price Files: Angelo C. Bertero 1951-1974

Box 115, Folder 15

Price Files: Annie Green Springs 1970-1972

Box 113, Folder 12

Price Files: Antonio Filippi 1949-1962

Box 115, Folder 12

Price Files: Arc De Triomphe 1970-1973

Box 115, Folder 16

Price Files: Asti 1958-1967

Box 111, Folder 5

Price Files: Barengo Vineyards 1961-1974

Box 111, Folder 6

Price Files: Bargetto's Santa Cruz Winery 1969-1974

Box 111, Folder 1

Price Files: Bear Mountain Winery 1969-1974

Box 111, Folder 2

Price Files: Beaulieu Vineyard 1960-1975

Box 111, Folder 3

Price Files: Bella Napoli Winery 1950-1957

Box 111, Folder 7-8

Price Files: Beringer 1952-1974

Box 111, Folder 9

Price Files: Bisceglia 1967-1974

Box 111, Folder 10

Price Files: Boeger Winery 1974

Box 111, Folder 11

Price Files: Bonesio Winery 1950-1974

Box 115, Folder 18

Price Files: Bravo 1958-1970

Box 112, Folder 11

Price Files: Bronco Wine Co 1974

Box 111, Folder 12-13

Price Files: Brookside 1966-1974

Box 112, Folder 13

Price Files: Buena Vista 1963-1968

Box 112, Folder 14

Price Files: Burgess Cellars 1973-1974

Box 112, Folder 15

Price Files: Butler Winery 1970-1973

Box 112, Folder 16

Price Files: Butte Creek Vineyards 1973-1974

Box 112, Folder 17

Price Files: Bynum Winery 1965-1974

Box 112, Folder 18

Price Files: Cadenasso 1950-1961

Box 112, Folder 19

Price Files: Cadlolo 1953-1967

Box 112, Folder 20

Price Files: Cambiaso 1960-1973

Box 112, Folder 1

Price Files: Cambiaso 1965-1974

Box 112, Folder 2

Price Files: Cannery Wine Cellars 1969-1974

Box 115, Folder 19

Price Files: Carnival 1962-1967

Box 112, Folder 3

Price Files: Casa de Fruita 1970-1974

Box 112, Folder 4

Price Files: Caymus 1973-1974

Box 115, Folder 20

Price Files: Celebration 1960-1961

Box 114, Folder 14

Price Files: Ceremony 1965-1974

Box 112, Folder 5

Price Files: Chappellet 1969-1974

Box 115, Folder 21

Price Files: Chateau Bouscaut 1969-1972

Box 112, Folder 6

Price Files: Chateau Chevalier 1974

Box 115, Folder 24

Price Files: Chateau d Yquem 1971-1972

Box 115, Folder 22

Price Files: Chateau Lejon Wines 1959-1970

Box 112, Folder 7

Price Files: Chateau Montelena 1974

Box 112, Folder 8

Price Files: Chateau Vintners 1974

Box 112, Folder 9

Price Files: Cherpin 1960-1974

Box 112, Folder 10

Price Files: Clos du Val 1974

Box 112, Folder 23

Price Files: Concannon Vineyard 1963-1975

Box 114, Folder 15

Price Files: Covenant 1970-1973

Box 114, Folder 16

Price Files: Cribari Mountain 1969-1973

Box 112, Folder 25-27

Price Files: Cucamonga Vineyard Co 1965-1974

Box 112, Folder 28

Price Files: Cuvaison Inc 1972-1974

Box 112, Folder 29

Price Files: D'Agostini Winery 1952-1973

Box 112, Folder 30

Price Files: Del Rey Coop Winery 1961-1971

Box 112, Folder 31-32

Price Files: Delicato Vineyards 1965-1974

Box 113, Folder 2

Price Files: Dino's 1974

Box 113, Folder 3

Price Files: Dry Creek Vineyard 1973-1974

Box 113, Folder 4, 6

Price Files: East Side Winery 1961-1974

Box 113, Folder 5

Price Files: Edmeades Vineyards 1973-1974

Box 114, Folder 10

Price Files: Emilio Guglielmo Winery 1950-1974

Box 113, Folder 7

Price Files: Farnesi 1960-1962

Box 113, Folder 8

Price Files: Ferrara Winery 1954-1974

Box 115, Folder 10

Price Files: Festival - CA Wine Sales 1958-1967

Box 113, Folder 9

Price Files: Fetzer Winery 1970-1974

Box 113, Folder 10

Price Files: Ficklin Vineyards 1962-1974

Box 113, Folder 11

Price Files: Filice Winery 1973-1974

Box 115, Folder 23

Price Files: Fior Di Vino 1956-1967

Box 113, Folder 15

Price Files: Foppiano 1949-1974

Box 113, Folder 16

Price Files: Fortino Winery 1971-1974

Box 113, Folder 17

Price Files: Franciscan 1974

Box 113, Folder 18

Price Files: Frasinetti 1962-1974

Box 113, Folder 19

Price Files: Freemark-Abbey 1970-1974

Box 113, Folder 20-21

Price Files: Galleano Winery Inc 1951-1971

Box 115, Folder 9

Price Files: Garden De Luxe 1970-1973

Box 115, Folder 8

Price Files: Garrett's Private Stock 1961-1968

Box 113, Folder 22

Price Files: Garvey Winery Inc 1949-1964

Box 112, Folder 22

Price Files: Gavilan Vineyards 1970-1974

Box 115, Folder 25

Price Files: Gaylord 1958-1962

Box 113, Folder 23

Price Files: Gemello 1949-1974

Box 113, Folder 24

Price Files: Geyser Peak Winery 1974

Box 113, Folder 25

Price Files: Ghianda's Winery 1949-1973

Box 113, Folder 26-27

Price Files: Gibson Wine Co 1968-1974

Box 113, Folder 28

Price Files: Gibson Wine Co - Miscellaneous 1959-1972

Box 114, Folder 1-3

Price Files: Gibson Wine Co - Miscellaneous 1959-1972

Box 114, Folder 4

Price Files: Gillick, Ed. A. 1951-1964

Box 114, Folder 5

Price Files: Giumarra Classic 1974

Box 114, Folder 6

Price Files: Giurlani 1973-1974

Box 115, Folder 26

Price Files: Glorieta 1958

Box 114, Folder 7

Price Files: Gold Hill Winery 1969-1973

Box 115, Folder 6

Price Files: Gold Kist 1970-1971

Box 114, Folder 8

Price Files: Gold Mine Winery 1972-1973

Box 114, Folder 9

Price Files: Golden State Winery 1950-1968

Box 115, Folder 27

Price Files: Gran Spumante 1960-1967

Box 115, Folder 7

Price Files: Grand Fenwick 1970

Box 114, Folder 11

Price Files: Grand Gru Vineyards 1972-1978

Box 112, Folder 21

Price Files: Growers 1972-1974

Box 114, Folder 17

Price Files: Guild 1967-1973

Box 115, Folder 28

Price Files: Hadassah Wines 1964-1973

Box 115, Folder 29

Price Files: Heritage 1973

Box 115, Folder 30

Price Files: Hombre 1962-1974

Box 115, Folder 31

Price Files: Hotel Bel Air 1961

Box 115, Folder 5

Price Files: I. V. C. Private Stock 1962-1968

Box 115, Folder 32

Price Files: I. V. Y 1970-1972

Scope and Contents

Inglenook Vineyards; Italian Swiss Colony
Box 113, Folder 1

Price Files: J. E. Digardi Winery 1950-1963

Box 113, Folder 13-14

Price Files: J. Filippi Vintage Co 1950-1973

Box 115, Folder 17

Price Files: Julio Bovay 1962

Box 114, Folder 18

Price Files: La Boheme 1973

Box 114, Folder 19

Price Files: La Mesa 1964-1973

Box 114, Folder 23

Price Files: Lemon Rock 1970

Box 114, Folder 24

Price Files: Lime Rock 1970-1972

Box 114, Folder 13

Price Files: Loomis Vineyards and Wine Cellar 1970-1972

Box 114, Folder 27

Price Files: M & S 1969

Box 114, Folder 25

Price Files: Marie Antoinette 1970-1973

Box 114, Folder 26

Price Files: Mendocino 1967-1973

Box 112, Folder 12

Price Files: Misc - B undated

Box 114, Folder 28

Price Files: Ocean Spray 1970-1973

Box 114, Folder 29

Price Files: Old Mission 1970-1973

Box 114, Folder 30

Price Files: Orange Rock 1970-1973

Box 114, Folder 31

Price Files: Peralta 1965-1973

Box 114, Folder 36

Price Files: Pineapple Rock 1970-1971

Box 114, Folder 39

Price Files: Roma Baudelaire 1970-1973

Box 114, Folder 40

Price Files: Roma da Vinci 1970-1973

Box 115, Folder 1

Price Files: Roma Estate 1970-1973

Box 114, Folder 37

Price Files: Roma One Star 1970-1972

Box 114, Folder 38

Price Files: Roma Reserve Vino di Roma 1970-1973

Box 115, Folder 2

Price Files: Roma's Pride of the Vineyard 1970-1971

Box 114, Folder 20

Price Files: Roma's Reserve 1971

Box 114, Folder 34

Price Files: Rubaiyat 1968

Box 114, Folder 33

Price Files: Santa Lucia 1969

Box 114, Folder 21

Price Files: Saratoga 1964-1974

Box 115, Folder 4

Price Files: Siesta 1949-1962

Box 114, Folder 32

Price Files: St. Mark 1954

Box 115, Folder 3

Price Files: Tour Eiffel 1970-1973

Box 115, Folder 14

Price Files: Triangle 1970-1971

Box 115, Folder 13

Price Files: Versailles 1964-1973

Box 114, Folder 22

Price Files: Virginia Dare 1965-1969

Box 114, Folder 35

Price Files: Wagon Train 1970

Box 114, Folder 12

Price Files: Wine Mar Co Inc 1972-1973

Box 149, Folder 3

Universities: UC (General) 1960-1980

Box 67, Folder 9-10

Universities: UC (Articles) 1949-1982

Box 68, Folder 1, Box 149, Folder 12

Universities: UC (Personnel) 1963-1989

Box 68, Folder 2, Box 149, Folder 11, Box 167, Folder 11

Universities: UC (Personnel Amerine) 1964-1998

Box 68, Folder 3

Universities: UC (Personnel Berg H W) 1966-1974

Box 68, Folder 4

Universities: UC (Personnel Cook James A) 1962

Box 68, Folder 5

Universities: UC (Personnel Cruess W V) 1950-1968

Box 68, Folder 6

Universities: UC (Personnel Guymon) 1972-1978

Box 68, Folder 7

Universities: UC (Personnel Joslyn) 1961-1984

Box 68, Folder 8

Universities: UC (Personnel Morgan) 1962-1964

Box 68, Folder 9

Universities: UC (Personnel Mrak) 1970-1972

Box 167, Folder 4

Universities: UC (Personnel Olmo H P) 1959-1976

Box 68, Folder 10

Universities: UC (Personnel Webb) 1971-1984

Box 68, Folder 11

Universities: UC (Personnel Winkler) 1949-1968

Box 167, Folder 13

Universities: UC Berkeley - CA Wine Industry Oral 1968-1986

Box 149, Folder 13

Universities: UC Davis (General) 1975-1984

Box 149, Folder 5-6

Universities: UC Davis - Department of Viticulture and Enology 1961-1968

Box 149, Folder 8

Universities: UC Davis - Department of Viticulture and Enology (Articles) 1952-1983

Box 149, Folder 7

Universities: UC Davis - Department of Viticulture and Enology (Theses) 1974

Box 149, Folder 9-10

Universities: UC Davis - Department of Viticulture and Enology (Winery Practice Course) 1952-1960

Box 149, Folder 1-2

Universities: UC Davis - Grape Days 1952-1969

Box 149, Folder 4

Universities: UC (Other Than Davis) - Grape Days 1954-1972

Box 68, Folder 12-13

Wine Judging: Calif State Fair Awards 1947-1986

Box 134, Folder 60

Wine Judging: California State Fair 1985

Scope and Contents

Wine Judging 1985 Awards Book
Box 134, Folder 57

Wine Judging: California's Award Winning Wines 1983 1983

Scope and Contents

Complete edition - The California Wine Experience
Box 68, Folder 14-15

Wine Judging: Los Angeles County Fair Awards 1957-1982

Box 134, Folder 58

Wine Judging: Los Angeles County Fair Awards August 20-23, 1984

Box 134, Folder 66

Wine Judging: Los Angeles County Fair Wine Competition June 1991

Box 68, Folder 16

Wine Judging: Orange County Fair Awards 1978-1984

Box 134, Folder 59

Wine Judging: Orange County Fair Wine Awards July 12-21, 1985

Box 134, Folder 69

Wine Judging: Sonoma County - Harvest Fair October 1993

Scope and Contents

2 copies
Box 69, Folder 7

Wineries: Adelanto Winery 1968

Box 69, Folder 8

Wineries: Alex's Winery 1965-1971

Box 69, Folder 2-3

Wineries: Allied Grape Growers - United Vintners 1951-1968

Box 69, Folder 1

Wineries: Allied Grape Growers - United Vintners 1969-1978

Box 69, Folder 4

Wineries: Allied Grape Growers - United Vintners 1979-1985

Box 70, Folder 1-2

Wineries: Almaden Vineyards 1966-1975

Box 69, Folder 5-6

Wineries: Almaden Vineyards 1979-1986

Box 70, Folder 3-5

Wineries: Almaden Vineyards 1950-1976

Box 70, Folder 6

Wineries: Almaden Vineyards 1960-1965

Box 70, Folder 7

Wineries: Almaden Vineyards - Pre-Repeal 1953-1969

Box 70, Folder 8

Wineries: Almaden Vineyards - Publications 1951-1959

Box 70, Folder 9

Wineries: Alta Vineyards 1940-1953

Box 70, Folder 10

Wineries: American Industries Corp 1936-1982

Box 70, Folder 11

Wineries: Arakelian K Inc 1940-1949

Box 70, Folder 12

Wineries: Argun Wine Co 1959-1963

Box 70, Folder 13

Wineries: Arvin Wine Co 1941-1951

Box 71, Folder 2

Wineries: Bargetto's Santa Cruz Winery 1969-1983

Box 71, Folder 3

Wineries: Batik Wine and Spirits Inc 1969-1972

Box 71, Folder 4

Wineries: Bear Creek Vineyard Association 1933-1969

Box 71, Folder 5

Wineries: Bear Mountain Winery 1966-1974

Box 71, Folder 6-7

Wineries: Beaulieu Vineyard 1936-1985

Box 71, Folder 8-10

Wineries: Beringer/Los Hermanos Vineyards 1941-1986

Box 71, Folder 11

Wineries: Bertero Winery 1972-1981

Box 71, Folder 12

Wineries: Bisceglia Bros Wine Co 1937-1980

Box 71, Folder 13

Wineries: Black Hollis 1960

Box 71, Folder 14

Wineries: Bradford J B & Sons 1900-1949

Box 71, Folder 15

Wineries: Brendel L 1951-1979

Box 71, Folder 16

Wineries: Briano Winery 1937-1938

Box 71, Folder 17

Wineries: Bronco Wine Co 1974-1986

Box 71, Folder 18-19

Wineries: Brookeside Vineyard 1962-1984

Box 72, Folder 1

Wineries: Bruce David H 1976-1984

Box 72, Folder 2

Wineries: Brun and Chaix 1896-1974

Box 72, Folder 7-8

Wineries: Buena Vista Vinicultural Society 1866-1975

Box 72, Folder 9-10

Wineries: Buena Vista Winery Inc 1949-1985

Box 72, Folder 3

Wineries: Burbank Winery 1935-1945

Box 72, Folder 4

Wineries: Burgress Cellars Inc 1974-1984

Box 72, Folder 5

Wineries: Butler Winery 1970-1974

Box 72, Folder 6

Wineries: Bynum Winery 1971-1983

Box 72, Folder 15

Wineries: Cadenasso Winery 1953-1985

Box 72, Folder 16

Wineries: Calgrape Wineries Inc 1935-1983

Box 72, Folder 17

Wineries: California Cooperative Wine Sales Inc 1948

Box 72, Folder 18

Wineries: California Growers Wineries 1941-1982

Box 72, Folder 19

Wineries: California Products Co 1937-1964

Box 72, Folder 20

Wineries: California Vineyards Association (CVA) 1943-1967

Box 72, Folder 21

Wineries: Callaway Vineyard 1973-1986

Box 72, Folder 22

Wineries: Cambiaso Winery and Vineyard 1969-1984

Box 73, Folder 1

Wineries: Cameo Vineyards Co 1934-1948

Box 73, Folder 2

Wineries: Cangemi Joe & Son 1960-1968

Box 73, Folder 3

Wineries: Capistrano Winery and Vineyards Co 1965-1967

Box 73, Folder 4

Wineries: Carbone Napa Valley Winery 1949-1970

Box 73, Folder 5

Wineries: Cella Vineyards 1946-1965

Box 73, Folder 6

Wineries: Central California Wineries Inc 1939-1967

Box 73, Folder 7

Wineries: Central Valley Coop Winery Inc 1952-1967

Box 73, Folder 8

Wineries: Chalone Vineyard 1961-1985

Box 73, Folder 9

Wineries: Chappellet Winery 1974-1985

Box 73, Folder 10

Wineries: Chateau Chevalier 1970-1986

Box 73, Folder 11

Wineries: Chateau Montelena 1972-1984

Box 73, Folder 12

Wineries: Chateau St. Jean 1975-1986

Box 73, Folder 13

Wineries: Cherokee Vineyard Association 1936-1972

Box 73, Folder 14

Wineries: Clayton Valley Brandy & Wine Co 1950-1955

Box 73, Folder 15

Wineries: Clos du Bois 1982-1986

Box 73, Folder 16

Wineries: Clos du Val 1976-1985

Box 73, Folder 20

Wineries: Coarsegold Wine Cellar 1988

Box 73, Folder 17

Wineries: Coloma Wine Cellars 1965-1966

Box 73, Folder 18

Wineries: Colonial Grape Products Co 1920-1952

Box 73, Folder 19

Wineries: Community Grape Corp 1936-1955

Box 73, Folder 21

Wineries: Concannon Vineyard 1961-1985

Box 73, Folder 22

Wineries: Corbett Canyon VDS 1980-1985

Box 93, Folder 10

Wineries: County Line Wine Cellar (San Bernardino Co) 1966-1972

Box 93, Folder 11

Wineries: Crest View Winery Inc (Fresno Co) 1946-1969

Box 73, Folder 23-24

Wineries: Cresta Blanca Wine Co 1939-1969

Box 74, Folder 1-2

Wineries: Cresta Blanca Wine Co 1940-1962

Box 93, Folder 12

Wineries: Cribari B and Sons 1920-1971

Box 93, Folder 13

Wineries: Cribari Cooperative Wine Growers Association (Fresno Co) 1952

Box 93, Folder 14

Wineries: Cucamonga Pioneer Vineyard Association 1939-1950

Box 93, Folder 15

Wineries: Cucamonga Vineyard Co 1934-1982

Box 93, Folder 16

Wineries: Cucamonga Vintners (San Bernardino Co) 1951-1975

Box 93, Folder 17

Wineries: Cuvaison (Napa Co) 1977-1984

Box 93, Folder 18

Wineries: Misc (D) 1980-1993

Box 93, Folder 20

Wineries: Da Roza Edward L Winery (San Joaquin Co) 1937-1948

Box 93, Folder 19

Wineries: D'Agostini Winery (Amador Co) 1949-1985

Box 93, Folder 21

Wineries: Deer Park Winery (Napa Co) 1961-1979

Box 93, Folder 22

Wineries: Del Bono Winery (Madera Co) 1941-1949

Box 93, Folder 23

Wineries: Del Rey Winery (Fresno Co) 1946-1978

Box 93, Folder 1

Wineries: Del Rio Winery (San Joaquin Co) 1935-1970

Box 93, Folder 2

Wineries: Delano Growers Grape Prods (Kern Co) 1949-1986

Box 93, Folder 3

Wineries: Delicato Vineyards (San Joaquin Co) 1963-1986

Box 93, Folder 4

Wineries: Di Giorgio Wine Co (Kern Co) 1937-1969

Box 93, Folder 5

Wineries: Digardi J E Winery (Contra Costa Co) 1960-1968

Box 68, Folder 17-18

Wineries: Distillery Ownership 1943-1944

Box 69, Folder 11-12

Wineries: Distillery Ownership 1943-1976

Box 69, Folder 13

Wineries: Distillery Ownership 1944

Box 93, Folder 6-7

Wineries: Domaine Chandon (Napa Co) 1973-1986

Box 93, Folder 8

Wineries: Dry Creek Vineyard Inc (Sonoma Co) 1972-1986

Box 93, Folder 9

Wineries: Misc (E) 1977-1984

Box 94, Folder 1

Wineries: East-Side Winery (San Joaquin Co) 1946-1983

Box 94, Folder 19-20

Wineries: Misc (F) 1979-1984

Box 94, Folder 2

Wineries: Farnesi Winery (Fresno Co) 1956-1970

Box 94, Folder 3

Wineries: Ferrara Winery (San Diego Co) 1969-1975

Box 94, Folder 4

Wineries: Fetzer Vineyards (Mendocino Co) 1971-1986

Box 94, Folder 6

Wineries: Ficklin Vineyards (Madera Co) 1968-1985

Box 94, Folder 7

Wineries: Filice Winery (Santa Clara Co) 1972-1977

Box 94, Folder 8

Wineries: Filippi J Vintage Co (Riverside Co) 1972-1993

Box 94, Folder 9

Wineries: Firestone Vineyard (Santa Barbara Co) 1975-1983

Box 94, Folder 11

Wineries: Florin Winery Association (Sacramento Co) 1950-1951

Box 94, Folder 5

Wineries: Foppiano L Wine Co (Sonoma Co) 1972-1986

Box 94, Folder 16

Wineries: Forni Winery (Alameda Co) 1966

Box 94, Folder 17

Wineries: Fortino Winery (Santa Clara Co) 1969-1984

Box 94, Folder 18

Wineries: Fountain Grove Vineyard (Sonoma Co) 1937-1976

Box 94, Folder 12

Wineries: Franciscan Vineyards (Napa Co) 1972-1986

Box 94, Folder 10

Wineries: Franzia Bros Winery (San Joaquin Co) 1956-1975

Box 94, Folder 13

Wineries: Frasinetti James and Son Winery (Sacramento Co) 1961-1977

Box 94, Folder 14

Wineries: Fredson Chris A (Sonoma Co) 1968

Box 94, Folder 15

Wineries: Freemark Abbey Winery (Napa Co) 1965-1983

Box 94, Folder 21

Wineries: Misc (G) 1970-1984

Box 94, Folder 22

Wineries: Gallegos Winery (Alameda Co) 1937-1982

Box 93, Folder 24-26

Wineries: Gallo E & J (Stanislaus Co) 1966-1983

Box 94, Folder 23

Wineries: Garatti Winery (Alameda Co) 1940-1969

Box 95, Folder 1

Wineries: Garrett & Co Inc (San Bernadino Co) 1939-1984

Box 95, Folder 2

Wineries: Gemello Winery (Santa Clara Co) 1954-1984

Box 95, Folder 3-4

Wineries: Geyser Peak Winery (Sonoma Co) 1974-1986

Box 95, Folder 5

Wineries: Gibson Wine Co (Sacramento Co) 1946-1984

Box 95, Folder 6

Wineries: Giumarra Vineyards Corp (Kern Co) 1970-1982

Box 95, Folder 7

Wineries: Glen Ellen Winery & Distillery (Sonoma Co) 1937-1982

Box 95, Folder 8

Wineries: Gold Hill Winery (El Dorado Co) 1966-1972

Box 95, Folder 9

Wineries: Golden State Winery (Fresno Co) 1939-1952

Box 95, Folder 10

Wineries: Goldstein Vineyard (Sonoma Co) 1947

Box 95, Folder 11

Wineries: Gopher Gulch Wine Cellars (Contra Costa Co) 1951-1973

Box 95, Folder 12

Wineries: Grand Cru Vineyards (Sonoma Co) 1970-1984

Box 95, Folder 13

Wineries: Grape Gold Vineyards (Santa Clara Co) 1946-1970

Box 95, Folder 14

Wineries: Greystone Cellars (Napa Co) 1940-1984

Box 95, Folder 15

Wineries: Guild Wineries & Distilleries 1945-1982

Box 95, Folder 16

Wineries: Guild Wineries & Distilleries 1945-1982

Box 95, Folder 17

Wineries: Guild Wineries & Distilleries 1945-1982

Box 95, Folder 18

Wineries: Guild Wineries & Distilleries 1945-1982

Box 95, Folder 19

Wineries: Guild Wineries & Distilleries 1945-1982

Box 96, Folder 1

Wineries: Misc (H) 1981-1984

Box 96, Folder 2

Wineries: Hacienda Wine Cellars (Sonoma Co) 1973-1985

Box 96, Folder 3

Wineries: Hallcrest Vineyard (Santa Cruz Co) 1951-1983

Box 96, Folder 4

Wineries: Hanzell Vineyards (Sonoma Co) 1956-1985

Box 96, Folder 8

Wineries: Heitz Wine Cellar (Napa Co) 1961-1986

Box 96, Folder 5

Wineries: Heney Winery (Santa Clara Co) 1951-1965

Box 96, Folder 6

Wineries: Heublein Wines 1978-1981

Box 96, Folder 7

Wineries: HMR LTD (San Luis Obispo Co) 1975-1984

Box 96, Folder 9

Wineries: Misc (I) 1981-1982

Box 167, Folder 1-2

Wineries: Inglenook Vineyard Co 1939-1985

Box 96, Folder 10

Wineries: Inglenook Vineyard Co (Napa Co) 1936-1979

Box 96, Folder 13

Wineries: Isc Wines 1983-1985

Box 96, Folder 12

Wineries: Italian Swiss Colony (Sonoma Co) 1936-1974

Box 96, Folder 11

Wineries: Italian Swiss Colony (Sonoma Co) 1940-1982

Box 149, Folder 16

Wineries: Italian Swiss Colony (Sonoma Co) 1964-1970

Box 96, Folder 14

Wineries: Italian Vineyard Co (San Bernardino Co) 1935-1944

Box 96, Folder 15

Wineries: Misc (J) 1979-1985

Box 97, Folder 18

Wineries: J Lohr Winery (Santa Clara Co) 1979-1985

Box 99, Folder 2

Wineries: Joseph Matthews Winery (Napa Co) 1873-1986

Box 96, Folder 16

Wineries: Misc (K) 1980-1985

Box 97, Folder 1

Wineries: Kearny Cooperative Winery Association (Fresno Co) 1942-1957

Box 97, Folder 2

Wineries: Kenwood Vineyards (Sonoma Co) 1970-1986

Box 97, Folder 3

Wineries: Kirigin Cellars (Santa Clara Co) 1967-1980

Box 97, Folder 4

Wineries: Konocti Cellars 1982-1984

Box 97, Folder 5

Wineries: Korbel Champagne Cellars (Sonoma Co) 1963-1986

Box 97, Folder 6

Wineries: Kornell Hanns Champagne Cellars (Sonoma Co) 1952-1985

Box 97, Folder 8

Wineries: Misc (L) undated

Box 97, Folder 10

Wineries: La Questa Vineyard (San Mateo Co) 1908-1971

Box 97, Folder 9

Wineries: La Vallee Winery (Sonoma Co) 1972

Box 97, Folder 14

Wineries: Lamont Winery (Kern Co) 1978-1984

Box 97, Folder 11

Wineries: Landis Vineyards (Fresno Co) 1967-1970

Box 97, Folder 12

Wineries: Larkmead Winery and Vineyards (Napa Co) 1940-1979

Box 97, Folder 13

Wineries: Las Tablas (San Luis Obispo Co) 1970-1974

Box 97, Folder 15

Wineries: Leemor Winery Inc (Fresno Co) 1950

Box 97, Folder 16

Wineries: Llords & Elwood Winery (Alameda Co) 1951-1974

Box 97, Folder 17

Wineries: Lodi Winery (San Joaquin Co) 1935-1956

Box 97, Folder 19

Wineries: Lone Hill Vineyards (Santa Clara Co) 1961-1972

Box 97, Folder 20

Wineries: Loomis Wine Cellars (Placer Co) 1969-1971

Box 97, Folder 21

Wineries: Los Altos Vineyards (Santa Clara Co) 1963-1980

Box 97, Folder 22

Wineries: Los Amigos Vineyards (Alameda Co) 1941-1960

Box 97, Folder 23

Wineries: Lucerne Winery (Kings Co) 1935-1974

Box 97, Folder 24-25

Wineries: Misc (M) undated

Box 98, Folder 2

Wineries: Madrone Winery (Sonoma Co) 1893-1986

Box 98, Folder 3

Wineries: Martini and Pratt Wines Inc (Sonoma Co) 1951-1982

Box 98, Folder 1

Wineries: Martini Louis M (Napa Co) 1949-1985

Box 98, Folder 7

Wineries: Masson Paul Vineyards (Santa Clara Co) 1929-1965

Box 98, Folder 4-6

Wineries: Masson Paul Vineyards (Santa Clara Co) 1957-1981

Box 98, Folder 8

Wineries: Masson Paul Vineyards (Santa Clara Co) 1960-1969

Box 98, Folder 9-11

Wineries: Masson Paul Vineyards (Santa Clara Co) - Booklets undated

Box 98, Folder 12

Wineries: Masson Paul Vineyards (Santa Clara Co) - Large Articles undated

Box 99, Folder 1

Wineries: Masson Paul Vineyards (Santa Clara Co) - Music Events undated

Box 99, Folder 3

Wineries: Mattei A Winery (Fresno Co) 1934-1971

Box 99, Folder 4

Wineries: Mautino Vineyard (San Joaquin Co) 1936

Box 99, Folder 5-6

Wineries: Mayacamas Vineyards and Winery Co (Napa Co) 1958-1984

Box 99, Folder 7

Wineries: McCall Winery (Fresno Co) 1969

Box 99, Folder 8

Wineries: Mendocino Vineyards (Mendocino Co) 1949-1968

Box 99, Folder 9

Wineries: Mid-Valley Winery Inc (San Joaquin Co) 1952-1967

Box 99, Folder 10

Wineries: Mighetto Winery Co (San Diego Co) 1941-1956

Box 99, Folder 11

Wineries: Mills Winery (Sacramento Co) 1951-1969

Box 99, Folder 12-14

Wineries: Mirassou Vineyards (Santa Clara Co) 1970-1986

Box 99, Folder 15

Wineries: Modesto Cooperative Winery (Stanislaus Co) 1936-1965

Box 99, Folder 16

Wineries: Mokelumne Winery (San Joaquin Co) 1935-1971

Box 99, Folder 17

Wineries: Monarch Wine Co (Fresno Co) 1936-1957

Box 100, Folder 18-19

Wineries: Mondavi C and Sons (Napa Co) 1942-1978

Box 100, Folder 3-5

Wineries: Mondavi C and Sons (Napa Co) 1950-1979

Box 100, Folder 1-2

Wineries: Mondavi Robert Winery (Napa Co) 1961-1986

Box 100, Folder 6

Wineries: Monte Carlo Vineyards (Sonoma Co) 1961

Box 100, Folder 7

Wineries: Montebello Wine Co (Napa Co) 1943-1968

Box 100, Folder 8

Wineries: Monterey Vineyard (Monterey Co) 1979-1986

Box 100, Folder 9

Wineries: Morello Winery (Fresno Co) 1944-1953

Box 100, Folder 10

Wineries: MT Tivy Winery (Fresno Co) 1935-1979

Box 100, Folder 11

Wineries: Mulligan W J & Co (San Joaquin Co) 1940-1943

Box 100, Folder 12

Wineries: Muther Wine Co (Napa Co) 1952-1976

Box 100, Folder 13

Wineries: Misc (N) undated

Box 100, Folder 14

Wineries: Napa and Sonoma Wine Co (Sonoma Co) 1949-1965

Box 100, Folder 15

Wineries: Napa Valley Cooperative Winery (Napa Co) 1935-1986

Box 100, Folder 16

Wineries: Napa Valley Vineyards (Napa Co) 1969-1971

Box 100, Folder 17

Wineries: Napa Valley Wine Cellars (Napa Co) 1968

Box 100, Folder 20

Wineries: Napa Wine Co (Napa Co) 1935-1981

Box 100, Folder 21

Wineries: Napva Ltd (Napa Co) 1934-1970

Box 101, Folder 1

Wineries: Nave Pierson Winery (Los Angeles Co) 1970-1973

Box 101, Folder 2

Wineries: Nepenthe Cellars (San Mateo Co) 1971

Box 101, Folder 3

Wineries: Nervo Frank Winery (Sonoma Co) 1967-1986

Box 101, Folder 4

Wineries: Nicasio Vineyards (Santa Cruz Co) 1960-1972

Box 101, Folder 5

Wineries: Nichelini Vineyard (Napa Co) 1968-1980

Box 101, Folder 6

Wineries: Nonini A Winery (Fresno Co) 1971-1973

Box 101, Folder 7

Wineries: North Coast Cellars 1975-1976

Box 101, Folder 8

Wineries: Northern Sonoma Wines Inc (Sonoma Co) 1938

Box 101, Folder 9

Wineries: Novitiate of Los Gatos (Santa Clara Co) 1942-1986

Box 101, Folder 10

Wineries: Misc (O) undated

Box 101, Folder 11

Wineries: Oak Barrel Cellars (Alameda Co) 1957-1974

Box 101, Folder 12

Wineries: Oakdale Winery (Stanislaus Co) 1935-1969

Box 101, Folder 13

Wineries: Oakville Vineyards (Napa Co) 1970-1977

Box 101, Folder 14

Wineries: Old Mission Wineries (Los Angeles Co) 1950

Box 101, Folder 15

Wineries: Misc (P) undated

Box 101, Folder 16

Wineries: Pacific Wines (Los Angeles Co) 1946-1971

Box 101, Folder 17

Wineries: Papagni D Wine Co (Fresno Co) 1972-1986

Box 101, Folder 18

Wineries: Parducci Wine Cellars Inc (Mendocino Co) 1958-1979

Box 165, Folder 17

Wineries: Paulsen Vineyard 1981-1985

Box 101, Folder 20

Wineries: Pedroncelli John (Sonoma Co) 1972-1983

Box 101, Folder 21

Wineries: Pellegrini Brothers (San Mateo Co) 1957-1985

Box 101, Folder 22

Wineries: Peralta Winery (San Francisco Co) 1944-1971

Box 101, Folder 23

Wineries: Perelli Winery (Santa Clara Co) 1954-1963

Box 101, Folder 19

Wineries: Perelli-Minetti A & Sons Winery (Kern Co) 1970-1983

Box 101, Folder 24

Wineries: Pesenti Winery (San Luis Obispo Co) 1970-1983

Box 101, Folder 25

Wineries: Petri Wine Co (San Francisco Co) 1951-1983

Box 149, Folder 23-24

Wineries: Petri Wine Co (San Francisco Co) 1959-1973

Box 149, Folder 28

Wineries: Petri Wine Co (San Francisco Co) 1950-1969

Scope and Contents

Includes some information on Crystal, Petri Berry Wines, and Pompano brands.
Box 149, Folder 30

Wineries: Petri Wine Co (San Francisco Co) - Pompano 1966-1968

Box 101, Folder 26

Wineries: Phelps Joseph Vineyards (Napa Co)