8, during the 2011 annual meeting of the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers in Kennewick.
What does WAWGG stand for?
WAWGG stands for Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers
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Though the 100,500 ton harvest estimated by the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers (WAWGG) was slightly lower than the 2003 WAWGG crush estimate of 108,500, winemakers reported small berry size with concentrated, quality fruit.
The Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers (WAWGG) estimates the state's 2006 wine grape crop will weigh in at more than 123,564 tons.
The Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers is the only statewide membership-based nonprofit organization for wine grape growers committed to representing, educating, and promoting growers.
We need this Block not only for new growers but established vineyards seeking new varieties to stay ahead of the competition," according to Vicky Scharlau, executive director of both the foundation and Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers (WAWGG), "Finding clean plant material is easily the most important issue facing new growers.
While some growers are predicting crop loss as high as 50 percent, experts addressing the annual meeting of the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers say it is too early to forecast.