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AWIAnimal Welfare Institute
AWIArchitectural Woodwork Institute (est. 1953; Potomac Falls, VA)
AWIAgency for Workforce Innovation (Florida)
AWIArmstrong World Industries, Inc (Lancaster, PA)
AWIAdministrative Web Interface
AWIAmerican War of Independence
AWIAlfred-Wegener-Institut für Polar- und Meeresforschung in der Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft (German: Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research)
AWIAustralian Wool Innovation Limited
AWIAncient Woodland Inventory (UK)
AWIAging Water Infrastructure (US EPA)
AWIApproved Work Item (ISO)
AWIAir Wisconsin Airlines (ICAO code)
AWIAmerican Watchmakers Institute
AWIAfrican Women's Initiative
AWIArizona Water Institute (education partnership)
AWIAutomated Wagering International
AWIAmerican Wine Industry
AWIAfrica Wellness Initiative (California)
AWIAnn Wigmore Institute (Puerto Rico)
AWIAshley Whippet Invitational (Naperville, IL)
AWIArizona Workforce Informer (publication; Arizona Department of Commerce)
AWIAir Warfare Instructor (UK Royal Navy)
AWIAir Water Interface
AWIAquitaine Webmédia Indépendant (French: Aquitaine Independent Webmedia)
AWIAlloy Wheels International (group of wheel manufacturing companies in England, Canada, and South Africa)
AWIAsian Women's Institute
AWIAsymmetric Warfare Initiative (US DoD)
AWIAlert with Information
AWIAssembly Work Instruction
AWIAerospace Welding, Inc.
AWIAcceptable Weekly Intake
AWIAdults with Incapacity Act of 2000 (UK)
AWIAll-Weather Interceptor
AWIAdelgund Witte Architecte Iessc (French architectural firm; Orléans, France)
AWIAllowable Weekly Intake
AWIAtelier Wolf Informatique (French: Wolf Computer Workshop)
AWIAgence Willame Immobilier (French: Willame Estate Agency)
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These regional wines, from areas outside America's Pacific West Coast, are of increasing importance in the North American wine industry. This chapter looks closely at the wine regions of New York State, Canada, and the eastern, southwestern, and mountain regions of the United States.
* describe the types of wines made in these states, and the role of these states in the American wine industry.
In this paper, I account for variations in the founding rate of specialist organizations in the American wine industry over the period, 1941-1990.
With grapes sourced from around the world, modestly priced wines and more than 30 restaurants focused on the experience of pairing wine with food, Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant has gathered a dedicated following of wine consumers--and piqued the interest of the American wine industry. Founder Tim McEnery has experienced rapid success since opening the company's first location in 2005 in Orland Park, III.
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We are also proud to present in this issue an exclusive research of the Latinos that are changing the face of the American wine industry. "Napa, More Latino Than Ever" is a feature including interviews with the top Latino winemakers in California.
The past 30 years have been paramount to the American wine industry, and we'll probably see ad campaigns promoting wine as an authentic American product that's been around for a while.
According to the Wines & Vines Buyer's Guide directory of wine industry vendors, the number of companies serving the North American wine industry in the categories of capsules, closures and labels has dropped by 85, from 462 in 2008 to 377 today, an 18% decrease in the span of 10 years.
For all of the recent success of the American wine industry, there remain many challenges that include barriers to market; competition from beer, spirits and now cannabis and burdensome local, state and federal regulations.
All of us here will continue to bring you the best possible news, information and analysis relevant to the North American wine industry.
Adams has been with the North American wine industry publication since 2011 and brings to the job a wealth of experience in journalism and the winemaking community.
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