The trip was hosted by Doug Caskey, director of the Colorado Wine Industry Development Board.
What does CWIDB stand for?
CWIDB stands for Colorado Wine Industry Development Board
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Doug Caskey, executive director of the Colorado Wine Industry Development Board, added, 'John Sutcliffe and [neighbouring vintner] Guy Drew are pioneering a whole new area.
84 percent market share by volume last year and has increased more than 1,000 percent since 1992, when the Colorado Wine Industry Development Board began recording the data.
Doug has served eight years as chairman of the Colorado Wine Industry Development Board and helped write the legislation that created the Colorado Wine Board.
The Colorado Wine Industry Development Board has recognized the Flying Fork for the last two years for its use of Colorado wines.
And despite the good efforts of people like Doug Caskey, current director of the Colorado Wine Industry Development Board, the national wine press generally doesn't help.